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Civil Service Fast Stream - Careers Presentation

Ellison Building, room 002

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Britain needs leaders - people who are prepared to commit themselves to solving the big issues. Are you one of them? 

We need talented people to lead the future Civil Service. Whoever you are, whatever your background, the Fast Stream is the fastest route to real leadership.

Civil Service Fast Stream is hosting an employer presentation session in Northumbria University, City Campus. 

Hosted by Charly Blackburn & Vanessa Sexton

This is a unique opportunity to find out more about the award-winning Civil Service Fast Stream, ranked second in the ‘Times Top 100 Graduate Employers’ and achieved the ‘Times Public Sector Graduate Employer of Choice’ award each year since 2015! It employs over 420,000 people from across the UK. There are a wide range of roles and opportunities within services such as Finance, Diplomacy, Health, Science and Technology.

You will meet current Fast Streamers, learn more about what it’s like to be a Civil Servant and have the opportunity to ask questions in the group or on a one to one basis. If you would prefer to ask a question on a one to one basis, we will send out an email with a link to a time slot scheduled after presentation.

To book a space, please complete the form below. 

Please note that the Civil Service Fast Stream currently have a HM Prison & Probation Service Shadowing Opportunity at Durham Prison on 6 October. Click here for details and make sure you register your interest by noon on 29 September.

Event Details

Ellison Building, room 002
City Campus
Northumbria University


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