The role of Civil Service administrator is quite broad and can cover a wide range of tasks and responsibilities. The Civil Service is made up of a large number of different departments, which implement government policies and deliver services to the public. Administrators contribute to the delivery of these services through duties such as research, compiling reports, working on policy documents.
The Civil Service is a significant employer, comprising departments, agencies and non-departmental government bodies (NDPBs), and employing just under half a million people. Approximately one quarter of which work in London or the South East, with the remaining three-quarters spread throughout the UK.
Tasks vary according to which department the administrator works in, but are likely to include some or all of the following:
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