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Join Acas

And positively influence millions of lives

Current Vacancies:

Apprenticeship: HR&OD Assistant
London - Friday 15 Nov 2019

Grade 8: Senior Network and Communications Engineer
Positions nationwide - Friday 15 Nov 2019

Apprenticeship: Service Desk Analyst
Newcastle & London - Friday 29 Nov 2019

Apprenticeship: Business Support Officer
Leeds - Friday 29 Nov 2019

Grade 7: Chief Executive Officer - Central Arbitration Committee
London - Friday 22 Nov 2019

Applying for roles at Acas - making the process better

"We are really pleased to be moving to the new Civil Service recruitment framework known as Success Profiles. This means that we are removing some of the previous steps and potential barriers to applying for a role, and focussing on the key skills and behaviours we think would work well at Acas by recognising the potential within individuals. You can find out more about Success Profiles."

Julie Dennis, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Acas
 

A few of the benefits of working at Acas

  • We operate across the country, so there are opportunities to work around Great Britain.
  • We are a very well-known brand with an established reputation.
  • Millions of people use our advice and support every year.
  • We offer mentoring, coaching and extensive development opportunities.
  • We have a commitment to the health and wellbeing of our employees.
  • We often fund professional qualifications to develop our staff and arrange for secondment opportunities with a range of partners.
  • Our people come from a diverse range of professional backgrounds.
  • Civil service pensions and benefits are offered such as parental leave benefits: we provide maternity, adoption or shared parental leave of up to 26 weeks full pay followed by 13 weeks statutory pay and a further 13 weeks unpaid, and paternity leave of 2 weeks full pay.
  • A cycle to work scheme, eye care vouchers and other health benefits are available.
  • Employee voice is important to us and we have active trade union participation.
  • Flexible and part time working patterns are available in most roles.
     

Some words from our employees...

"I started work for Acas four years ago as a Helpline Adviser in Glasgow. Before coming to Acas I worked in customer service and retail after graduating university. With the help of management and my own willingness to get on, I have developed and progressed in my role and I am now a tutor, deputy manager and work on early conciliation.

"I very much enjoy working with Acas and really feel part of a 'team'. There are shared common goals and we all help and support each other to reach these. I forward to what the future holds for me in the organisation."

Helpline Adviser, Acas Glasgow


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