Jo Fiddian and Sarah Rose tell us how they manage their job share partnership as Deputy Directors on the Reform Programme for HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS).
Are you a G6/7 looking for promotion to the Senior Civil Service or an existing SCS 1 or SCS 2 looking for a job share partner? Sign-up for our job share 'speed dating' evening
Having been recognised on the FT/Timewise Part-time Power List, Cabinet Office's Deborah Brooks (right) extols the benefits of job sharing.
Simon Case, Director General, Implementation Group at the Cabinet Office, talks about the challenges and benefits of managing an SCS job share.
Catch up with all the social media reaction to the guest speakers Richard Heaton, Deborah Bronnert, Sarah Healey, Sarah Hill and Jenny Dibden.
If there's no job share network in your department, why not set one up yourself? It's easier than you think with Deborah Brook's 4 steps to success.
Merran Hilton and Verity Prime, job share partners at the Department for Education, share their tips for making a successful partnership.
Verity Prime from the Jobshare Working Group reports on the inaugural Jobshare event, hosted by Sir Bob Kerslake in June 2014.
When the Government Office network was abolished, and we both applied for the same position in the newly created Local Intelligence Team in the office of Civil Society (Cabinet Office), we were offered the post on a job-share basis. We are part of a team of 9, with 1 colleague based in each of the other 7 English regions and we have an outward facing role, engaging with stakeholders from voluntary and community sector organisations, local authorities and business across the whole of the South West.
My husband and I have been job-sharing the role of Ambassador in Armenia for the past two years. We decided to use the format pioneered by the first couple to job-share the head of post role – four months on/off – and have found this has worked very well, for us, for the Embassy team and for our wider external contacts. It is a long enough period to see a lot of decisions/ business through and to (re)establish yourself as the person in the hot seat; but it is not so long that you lose touch with the key issues or the key people.