Internet of Public Service Jobs - 02/03/2024

Internet of Public Service Jobs - 02/03/2024
Public Service Internet jobs is a weekly list of vacancies related to product management, agile and design in…you guessed it…‘public service’ curated by @jukesie

[01] Digital & IT Director
Birmingham City Council
£140,000 - £150,000
Closing date: 24/03/2024

[02] Product Manager
University of Arts, London
£50,961 - £68,406
Closing date: 11/03/2024

[03] Senior Product Manager
Disclosure & Barring Service
Darlington or Liverpool
£53,400 - £62,000
Closing date: 25/03/2024

[04] Senior Product Lead
Ministry of Justice
Multiple locations
£54,358 - £66,670
Closing date: 18/03/2024

[05] Head of User Centred Design
Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency
Closing date: 17/03/2024

No idea if anybody will be interested but I'd like to try and make this newsletter a bit more self sustainable now it is a bit more expensive to run - if you are interested email me and we'll work something out.

[06] Lead Product Manager
Met Office
£49,149 - £52,814
Closing date: 13/03/2024

[07] Lead User Researcher
Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities
Bristol, Darlington, Leeds, Manchester, Wolverhampton
Closing date: 17/03/2024

[08] Head of Service Design
Department for Science, Innovation & Technology
Birmingham, Cardiff, Darlington, Edinburgh, Salford
£64,660 - £72,665
Closing date: 12/03/2024

[09] Lead User Researcher
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
York, Warrington, Newcastle, Reading and Bristol
£52,120 - £64,380
Closing date: 15/03/2024

[10] Senior Delivery Manager
Homes England
Multiple locations
£46,614 - £54,840
Closing date: 15/03/2024

I published my thoughts on the state of the current practice in digital government which has stirred some interesting conversations. I also did my ninth weeknote of 2024.

Dave wrote a barnstormer of a post over on the Public Digital blog - Why leaders must inspire with truthful narratives

Alex hit the mark over at dxw with a post about procurement (always a crowd pleaser).

...and it is obviously the season for big thinking aimed at influencing potential future political leaders with a couple of really important and interesting publications;

People first, always from Rachel Coldicutt, Sarah Gold and Dr Natalie Byrom

The Radical How from Nesta and Public Digital

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