A group of six project manager apprentices started at PDS in June 2022, embarking on an 18-month programme of working and studying. Three apprentices from different professional backgrounds share how they came to Parliament, and how it's going so far.
We went to Silicon Milkroundabout, a job fair for tech professionals, to raise our profile as a digital employer and spotlight the wide range of tech roles available in Parliament.
In the second in our series about life as a new starter during the pandemic, we talk to a multimedia producer in our social media team.
Our HR and Capability team shares some insights into what's changed in our approach to recruiting and onboarding since Covid-19, and how the PDS value of care is at the heart of it all.
It's an exciting time to join PDS. Despite Covid-19, we are hiring and onboarding new team members. Here are some tips on what applicants can expect in video interviews.
PDS Managing Director Tracey Jessup explains why it's a really exciting time to be part of digital in PDS and highlights some of the changes taking place
PDS is aware that the 650 MP constituency offices around the country don't often get the tech support they need from us. To help staff make the most of the services on offer, we've decided to create a local engagement team. Daniel Crutchfield explains what to expect from this new team.
Work experience students, Holly, Alexa and George, tell us what they learnt from their time working with us in Parliament.
Jen joined Parliament through the Speakers Parliamentary Placement Scheme. She tells us what it's like and how she went from a job in a law firm to having a job in Parliament.
Capability for us is making sure we have the right skills to deliver a digital service for Parliament. I lead on capability in the Digital Development directorate so here's an update on what we've done so far and what we want to do in the future.