Ever thought about how you or your employer can improve equity in the workplace? Listen to our host, Adaobi Ifeachor, speak to our guest, Clara Greo, about practical things that can be done to level the playing field.
Former colleagues, Jack Collier and Emma Stace, talk candidly about their experience of applying for and working in senior roles.
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.
In the first of 2 posts Jas Kang talks about what designers value most and how that informs the more detailed work they do in their design community.
Our design community is flourishing and we’re looking for more designers to join us. We ran open sessions with potential applicants to share the things that make our community unique – and tips on how to apply.
In this festive bonus episode, Shaf Gunton talks to Adaobi Ifeachor about her role as a programme delivery manager in the Get help with technology service. She has advice for people interested in joining this digital profession, and tells us why she set up an engineering academy in Scarborough.
What does it mean to be a Black digital and technology expert in government? Adaobi Ifeachor speaks to Virginia Brown, a Black Content Design Lead, Courtney Allen, a Black Associate Product Manager and Keisha Herbert, a Black Senior User Researcher, to learn about their journeys into the Civil Service.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) crystallised our urgent need for research operations, a relatively new discipline that supports user researchers. Tom Adams talks about research during COVID-19 and this new role.
DfE Digital is hiring people to help us grow a modern software engineering culture. Our teams build services that meet the needs of our users - teachers, students and parents. Here our principal software developer Lewis Wilson talks about our approach, culture and tech stack.