Careers at the CPS

At the Crown Prosecution Service we’re responsible for delivering justice through the independent and effective prosecution of crime. As the principal prosecuting authority across England and Wales the nature and diversity of cases we advise on and prosecute means our work is often challenging and complex.

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Latest vacancies

Director of Public Prosecutions
Legal - London, 09 Apr 2018 to 14 May 2018

Deputy Head of Information Management Unit (IMU)
Other - HQ Corporate Services, London, 9 Apr 2018 to 7 May 2018

HR Advisory Manager
Administration - CPS West Midlands, Birmingham, 12 Apr 2018 to 27 Apr 2018

Service Management: Senior Practitioner
Other - Digital Technology Services, York, 11 Apr 2018 to 27 Apr 2018

Apprenticeship
Administration - HQ Human Resources, York, 9 Apr 2018 to 23 Apr 2018

Business Analyst
Other - Digital Technology Services, York, Wakefield or London, 4 Apr 2018 to 18 Apr 2018

Apprenticeship
Finance, Wakefield, 4 Apr 2018 to 18 Apr 2018

Recognition for the CPS

BiTC

BiTC recognition logoThis accolade recognises the CPS as an organisation where people, no matter their ethnicity and background, have opportunities to develop and build careers.

The CPS is committed to being a workplace that is truly inclusive, and an organisation that reflects, understands and supports the communities we serve.

Initiatives such as reverse mentoring and the positive action pathway, the support given by the National Black Crown Prosecution Association (NBCPA) and work across the business to tackle hate crime are just some of the ways that are helping us fulfil these commitments.

Working Families

Working families recognition logoThe CPS has been recognised as one of the Top 10 most family friendly workplaces in Britain at the Working Families Conference 2017.

The top 10 is based on the working families’ benchmarking survey which examines all aspects of workplace flexibility and how employers support the work-life balance of their staff. Our policies for flexible working, support for parents and recruitment practices were all praised as best practice.

Disability Confident Leader

careers_disability_confident_leader.pngThis recognises the CPS as an organisation which plays a leading role in shifting attitudes towards disability and where disabled people and those with long-term health conditions have opportunities to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations.

The CPS is one of only 10 Government departments who have achieved leader status.

a:gender

careers_a_gender.pnga:gender is the organisation that supports all trans and intersex staff across government. Each year they carry out a ‘health check’ across departments to determine how staff are supported through policies and culture.

In 2017 the CPS was awarded first place in the a:gender health check.

Investors in People

Investors in People (IiP) - silver standard logoThe CPS is accredited by Investors in People (IiP) at silver standard. This standard recognises excellence in people management and identifies CPS as an employer who leads, supports and manages people well for sustainable results.  In achieving accreditation, IiP recognised the key to the CPS’ success has been the development of our people through consistent practices across locations, and an investment in leadership and management skills. The CPS was also named by IiP in the four top Silver Standard employers (5000+ employees) for 2017.