Former colleagues, Jack Collier and Emma Stace, talk candidly about their experience of applying for and working in senior roles.
It’s fair to say that some people don't like service assessments because they take up a lot of time and preparation. In this post, Reema Fardous explains how her team took a new approach to assessments, which also made them more accessible.
People who apply for teaching training have found that getting 2 references before submitting an application, can be a real barrier. Here, Frankie Roberto and Myles Jarvis go into more detail about how data, research and working more closely with policy colleagues has brought about a significant change.
A short post recommending 2 simple techniques that can bring teams with different jargon, styles and culture, much closer together.
We want to make choosing a supply teacher easier for schools so we held a design sprint, produced a prototype and then tested it with school staff. Courtney Brtightwell tells us how it went.
Claire Folan talks about the value of teaming up with subject matter experts from local authorities to design an important service for families. Differences in working culture were soon overcome and a rich multidisciplinary team was formed.
Ever been to an interview and wanted to know what the panel was thinking? In this episode, Nettie Williams, Head of Community and Communications gives the unique perspective of a panel member and what they're looking for. If you have an interview coming up, this episode's for you.
If you’re thinking about joining the Civil Service give this a listen. Tom Adams shares pearls of wisdom on preparing for an interview, making the most of your nerves, and the difference between public and private sector recruitment.
Here is the second series of our ‘Think digital, act human’ podcast. In this episode, host Adaobi Ifeachor, speaks to Vita Shapland-Howes about recruitment in the civil service. Tune in to hear about name-blind recruitment, negotiating salaries, essential criteria and more.
James Reeve takes us through 12 months of progress and why everyone in our leadership team needs to lead for digital transformation – not just one person.
We wanted to make it easier to keep the Get Into Teaching website up to date. So we’ve changed the technology we use to upload content. Content Designer, Ellie Nodder, explains.