Civil Service appointments (FOI)
Civil Service appointments (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 31 August 2018.
How many civil servants with remuneration of greater than £50k per year, have been recruited / appointed / hired in the last six months (January to June), who before their appointment / recruitment did not live in Jersey?
How does this number compare to July to December 2017 and January to June 2017?
How many new jobs worth greater than £50k per year have been created since Chief Officer Charlie Parker became head of the civil service?
How many of these have been filled by people who lived / worked in the UK within six months before taking up that position?
How many of these positions were advertised locally in the island, and how many local applicants were short listed for interview for these positions?
How many of these were for temporary or interim positions?
How many of these temporary or interim positions have since become permanent?
The response to the following questions will cover all civil servants who include Allied Health professionals, social workers, trading standards amongst others.
January to June 2017 : 15 people
July – December 2017 : 11 people
No new jobs have been created, appointments are either to jobs that have been re-designated or were already in budget.
See response to 'A' above
All jobs are advertised locally via gov.je, receiving a total of 279 applications, of which 44.1% (123) were local applicants. Of the 123 local applicants, 47.2% (58) were shortlisted.
As at 31 July 2018 : One