HMRC are one of the country’s largest employers, with around 66,000 people working across the UK. Their purpose is to collect the money that pays for the UK’s public services and give financial support to people who need it.
They are responsible for calculating and collecting taxes and duties paid by more than 50 million people and more than 5 million businesses.
The tax collected is vital. It funds schools and hospitals, builds roads and infrastructure and supports communities and the economy – so we need everyone to pay the tax that is legally due, no matter who they are.
In addition, HMRC pay and administer Child Benefit, Tax-Free Childcare, statutory pay and tax credits. They protect citizens, for example, through enforcing the National Minimum Wage and Living Wage and we help keep our borders safe and ensure that trade flows smoothly in and out of the country.
HMRC touch the lives of everyone in the UK through the scale and range of the work that they do. Wherever they work and whatever they do, HMRC strive to be professional, act with integrity, show respect and be innovative.
Opportunities to grow and develop at HMRC are plentiful, listen to some current employees discuss why they love to work with HMRC.
The future of HMRC and why you should join their teams. Listen to the latest podcast as we discuss why HMRC are an employer of choice.
We have a clear ambition, we want you to have a great experience working at HMRC.
We want you to feel valued and proud of the work you do. We’ll invest in you, providing opportunities to grow your career and develop new skills, unlocking your full talent and potential.
When you join us, you’ll be part of a friendly and helpful community. We’ll give the support you need to grow in confidence along with the opportunity for a long, happy and rewarding career.
Your well-being and a good work-life balance is important to us. We want everyone to enjoy their time both inside and outside of work. To help achieve this we provide an extensive number of benefits, extras and memberships, including:
We want you to feel comfortable being your true self when working for us and we pride ourselves in being a diverse and inclusive employer, providing opportunities regardless of your background. So, we are looking for people with all kinds of skills, experience and ambitions to join us.
As one of the country’s largest employers, we have people working across the UK in a wide variety of roles, including: analysis, commercial, communications, digital, data, technology, finance, estates and property management, human resources, legal services, operational delivery, policy and project delivery.
Our aim is to create a working environment which is inclusive for everyone. We want you to feel confident that you can disclose information about any disabilities and requirements without fear of discrimination or harassment, and that we will take a constructive approach towards meeting your needs.
Reasonable adjustments make sure anyone with a disability or condition can compete for our jobs on a level playing field by removing or reducing any disadvantage or barriers.
We are committed to considering all requests for reasonable adjustments for anyone protected under the Equality Act 2010.
So, if you’re applying, or thinking of applying for a job with us, and you need help or support, then please: contact the Government Recruitment Service as soon as you can before the closing date to discuss your needs complete the ‘Assistance required’ section in the ‘Additional requirements’ page of your application.
HMRC have opportunities at all levels, from entry level right through to director level. Don’t just take the word of HMRC about how great it is to work with them, listen to the people who already work in their teams. Here, 3 employees have kindly wrote about a day in their life at HMRC.
Ashley Jones joined HMRC in 2019 through our TSP as an external candidate and is currently in his third year. Read on to find out more about his experience at HMRC.
The SDIP is a great way to prepare undergraduates and graduates for a place on one of our Fast Stream graduate programmes, which could lead to many different career paths at the heart of the UK Government. Here’s what Dom has to say about his experience at HMRC.
Kit is an Enterprise Architect with a vision impairment within our digital team. We interviewed Kit to find out about his experience at HMRC as a disabled person. Here’s what he had to say…
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