UKGI is committed to bringing together and developing the best talent from both the Civil Service and the private sector.
UKGI provides staff with the opportunity to work on a variety of diverse projects across its broad business portfolio, and access a range of learning and development opportunities. Depending on the size of the project and the nature of the role, employees can expect to work on a number of workstreams simultaneously. Whatever their background and experience, everyone will be given the opportunity to improve their skills and develop their career during their time at UKGI.
UKGI is continually on the lookout for top candidates from both public and private sector backgrounds because, in a fast-moving environment where new projects are regularly identified and new priorities set, posts sometimes need to be filled at short notice.
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The selection process
We have designed our recruitment process to not only give us the chance to understand more about you, but also for you to learn about some of the work we do at UKGI.
Why work for UKGI?
“The people I work with are open minded, collaborative and full of energy. They care about the impact of their work and are committed to putting their skills to good use.”
Sisi Zhang, Assistant Director
“I’ve enjoyed the opportunity to shape my own role, get support to meet my development needs and I was really pleased to discover that UKGI’s commitment and support for flexible working is similar to what I was accustomed to in the Civil Service.”
Vivienne Li, Manager
“The working day is busy and intense, but there is an emphasis on flexibility and a genuine desire from the top down to support a sustainable and balanced lifestyle for all staff.”
George Jackson, Manager
“UKGI emphasises the importance of setting personal career goals and line managers are happy to have honest discussions about where I see my future so that they can help get me there.”
Michael Meredith, Manager
“UKGI has provided me with invaluable opportunities to learn from some of the most experienced minds working in the public sector.”
Siv Rajeswaran, Manager
UKGI’s culture flows from its values which were developed by colleagues across our organisation
Diversity and Inclusion
We actively seek to attract, develop and support people with a diversity of experience, skills, perspectives and backgrounds
Mental Health and Wellbeing
A constructive and open dialogue on Mental Health and Wellbeing is embedded within the culture of UKGI
Benefits and opportunities
Read about the different financial and flexibility benefits, the career opportunities and the things that make UKGI a great place to work