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      UK Central Government Jobs

      Search here for UK Central Government jobs which account for just under half a million of the UK’s workforce (Office for National Statistics). The UK Government vacancies below are all of a contract nature, lengths ranging from a couple of months all the way to 24+ month contracts. You will be able to apply for roles with all nationwide departments of the UK Government such as the Ministry of Defence, Environment Agency, HMRC, Department for Work & Pensions, NHS, Department for Health, Ministry of Justice, DEFRA, UK SBS, Department for Education, Valuation Office Agency, Home Office, Cabinet Office, Defence Science & Technology Laboratory, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills & many more…

      37 jobs found

      Desktop Support Analyst

      • Cabinet Office, UK, Greater London, London, Central London,
        10 Downing Street
      • to £450 per day, Full time, Contract
      We are currently seeking a IT Support First Line contractors to join our established Information Communications Technology(ICT) Team. The role is temporary but provide a great opportunity to work in a busy technical section providing high quality, fast IT and telecoms services to a section in the Cabinet Office. The team are dynamic and work flexibly at a fast pace, team members work very closely together and pool resources and skill to achieve their goals in their daily work. The specific

      Technical Architect

      • Department Of Health, UK, Yorkshire and the Humber, Yorkshire, Leeds,
        Bridgewater Place
      • to £545 per day, Full time, Contract
      Provide technical leadership and coordination across the A2SI programme portfolio, helping to ensure that all A2SI projects are technologically aligned and providing direct guidance and assistance where required. Working with and assisting the existing project technical architects. Assist the A2SI programme stakeholders in conveying the aims of the programme to those with an interest in the work – ranging from internal stakeholders through to end-users Focus on potential solution design

      EUCS Issue and Exception Manager

      The EUCS Deployment Function within the MoJ is responsible for delivering IT solutions and products to the MoJ estate and related businesses. The Issue & Exceptions Manager is responsible, as part of a wider delivery team, for managing the transition to Windows 10 and Office365 for the MoJ and related businesses. The Issue & Exceptions Manager will be based at the MoJ HQ in London but maybe required to travel to other sites to support this large-scale national roll out. Candidates

      Digital Back End Developer

      • Cabinet Office, UK, Greater London, London, Central London,
        10 Whitechapel High Street
      • to £450 per day, Full time, Contract
      The interim Developer will be joining the Group and Transform Content team in GOV.UK and at a sub-team level, the publisher data and content tools team. He will have a critical role in delivering the team’s Quarter 1 mission. In particular, the interim will be: Building a content transformation tool. As a developer, the interim will be responsible for building quality code using a programming language. This will include supporting the iteration of GOV.UK’s taxonomy.

      Senior Commercial Manager

      • Home Office, UK, Greater London, London, Central London,
        2 Marsham Street
      • to £750 per day, Full time, Contract
      To undertake a comprehensive review of the current Border IT Commercial Landscape, including all legacy contracts and future work, and develop a single, coherent Commercial Strategy for the business area that will include costing resource plans and comprehensive delivery pipelines. The delivered strategy will be consistent with all Home Office and HMG Commercial and ICT Policies and Best Practices and will propose opportunities to increase vfm, while reducing risk. In addition, the engagement

      Internal Communication Manager

      • Home Office, UK, Greater London, London, Croydon
      • to £295 per day, Full time, Contract
      The finance function is undergoing a transformation to a more professional, smaller and more effective organisation. To achieve this change, there will be a new structure, service offer to the department and business processes along with an investment in new technology and a relocation from Westminster to refurbished offices in Croydon designed for Smarter Working. Furthermore, the senior leadership team wish to lead a change of culture. We are looking for a talented, motivated, creative,

      Programme Office Manager

      Programme manage a series of complex policy projects, working with leads to bring programme management rigour to each, introducing proportionate tools to enable senior leaders to maintain a firm grip on progress and build confidence that delivery is on track. Share knowledge and build capacity in a small and growing programme management team working across three high priority areas to embed skills leaving a legacy of good programme management across the directorate. The Maximum Pay Rate:

      Estates Surveyor

      • Environment Agency, UK, South East, Berkshire, Reading,
        Kings Meadow House, RG1 8DQ
      • to £350 per day, Full time, Contract
      Delivering a customer focused professional service to support the Environment Agency’s key operational activities and to deal with complex land entry, acquisition and compensation arrangements. You will build and maintain good relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, landowners and internal colleagues. With a keen commercial awareness there will be opportunities to be involved with management of all types of land and property, especially agricultural. You will be expected to

      Rail Negotiator

      Background Rail Group is a single, integrated body established by the Department for Transport to take Britain’s railway into the future, and to put passengers at the heart of the journey. The railway and its supply chain have an economic footprint of £9.3bn, employ 212,000 people and pay £3.9bn a year in tax, offsetting nearly all of the £4bn the industry receives from government. Rail services increase the output of the rest of the economy by as much as £10.2bn a year, equivalent

      Junior Technician Engineer

      Elctrical: • Maintain the facility control and acquisition system including modifications to wiring and installation of new systems. • Design and build of new test equipment as required to support testing programmes. • Installation of new equipment and electrical systems to meet the expanding needs of the group as required. • Creation and upkeep of wiring and system diagrams using computerised systems Mechanical: • Design of racks and control panels as required meeting
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