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Civil Service administrators make up a significant amount of government staff. They are responsible for most of the day-to-day management of the country.

Tasks can vary massively according to the department and your role within it. Jobs could be anything from embassy staff to a scientific research fellow. Civil servants typically advise and support government officials, and implement their policy decisions. Other jobs could include:

  • managing staff

  • debating and negotiating ideas

  • writing reports

  • research

  • preparing policy proposals.

 

Qualifications and training required

 

There are routes into a Civil Service career for both university graduates and school leavers.

 

Key skills for civil service administrators

 

  • logical

  • creative

  • confident

  • decisive

  • possess a mature attitude

  • effective interpersonal skills.

 

Typical employers of civil service administrators

 

  • Government departments

  • Ministry of Defence

  • Diplomatic service

  • Local and regional government.

 



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