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I dont think the election will have much of an impact, I received an invite to interview for another role in hmrc about 20 mins ago....
What role is this, may I ask?
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I interviewed for the Front Line Manager a nearly a fortnight ago.

Would rather have the Officer Caseworker role (flexitime vs shifts)

Was more useful to try and get information from other internal candidates with regards to the accommodation issues.
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An Eo position on Saturday Salford
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Not Saturday sorry, auto correct messed up
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Hi, like wise waiting for Nottingham. Did you get through stage 3 or 4? I applied internally and received my provisional offer January and still waiting...let's hope we hear but last email only stated updates... not really hopeful on receiving start dates.😂
Stage 3 here too! As far as I know the previous campaigns are getting their formal now 🤔
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Hello all. I'm new to posting. Waiting on leeds office.

Wanting to ask some advice (not from jamz - I simply dont trust anything you say - sorry). I know we are not allowed to actively campaign for a political parties when we are civil servants, but if we have only been given provisional offers, then I assume we are not classed as civil servants yet so those rules cant apply. However, I also do not want to jepodise any career with hmrc before i even start. What are peoples thoughts?

Let hope we get formal offers this week and then this question is moot.
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(Original post by HMRC-maybe)
Hello all. I'm new to posting. Waiting on leeds office.

Wanting to ask some advice (not from jamz - I simply dont trust anything you say - sorry). I know we are not allowed to actively campaign for a political parties when we are civil servants, but if we have only been given provisional offers, then I assume we are not classed as civil servants yet so those rules cant apply. However, I also do not want to jepodise any career with hmrc before i even start. What are peoples thoughts?

Let hope we get formal offers this week and then this question is moot.
You'll probably still be waiting for your Formal Offer by the time the next General Election comes around so I wouldn't worry too much about that.
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(Original post by HMRC-maybe)
Hello all. I'm new to posting. Waiting on leeds office.

Wanting to ask some advice (not from jamz - I simply dont trust anything you say - sorry). I know we are not allowed to actively campaign for a political parties when we are civil servants, but if we have only been given provisional offers, then I assume we are not classed as civil servants yet so those rules cant apply. However, I also do not want to jepodise any career with hmrc before i even start. What are peoples thoughts?

Let hope we get formal offers this week and then this question is moot.
You should be fine. In one of my current two jobs, we'e also not allowed public political leanings, but people do - some are even employed by certain parties as well as their job which, technically, forbids it. You haven't signed a contract so there's nothing that can be done.
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(Original post by HMRC-maybe)
Hello all. I'm new to posting. Waiting on leeds office.

Wanting to ask some advice (not from jamz - I simply dont trust anything you say - sorry). I know we are not allowed to actively campaign for a political parties when we are civil servants, but if we have only been given provisional offers, then I assume we are not classed as civil servants yet so those rules cant apply. However, I also do not want to jepodise any career with hmrc before i even start. What are peoples thoughts?

Let hope we get formal offers this week and then this question is moot.



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Anyone called today?
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(Original post by DaySheehan)
Anyone called today?
On the other thread, someone has mentioned someone getting a formal offer for Belfast for an O campaign from 2015.
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Any updates for Birmingham?
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(Original post by dontcallmesammy)
On the other thread, someone has mentioned someone getting a formal offer for Belfast for an O campaign from 2015.
That's what jamz is waiting for isn't it?
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Yeah he is, I am also. I got 5,5,4 and I'm number 27 on the merit list so not too optimistic of something quick

For the HO campaign that followed I got same scores but I'm 8th on that merit list


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(Original post by HMRC-maybe)
Hello all. I'm new to posting. Waiting on leeds office.

Wanting to ask some advice (not from jamz - I simply dont trust anything you say - sorry). I know we are not allowed to actively campaign for a political parties when we are civil servants, but if we have only been given provisional offers, then I assume we are not classed as civil servants yet so those rules cant apply. However, I also do not want to jepodise any career with hmrc before i even start. What are peoples thoughts?

Let hope we get formal offers this week and then this question is moot.
Contact the recruitment team and ask the question. Keep the response for audit purposes.
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Yeah he is, I am also. I got 5,5,4 and I'm number 27 on the merit list so not too optimistic of something quick

For the HO campaign that followed I got same scores but I'm 8th on that merit list


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I'm surprised they gave out merit positions. When I asked for 042R they explicitly said no and quoted either the original advert or one of the initial communications - I can't remember which.

I reckon some good news for Liverpool is likely soon. Out or curiosity is anyone waiting on Liverpool HO from previous campaigns to 042R?
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(Original post by PMO1204)
I'm surprised they gave out merit positions. When I asked for 042R they explicitly said no and quoted either the original advert or one of the initial communications - I can't remember which.

I reckon some good news for Liverpool is likely soon. Out or curiosity is anyone waiting on Liverpool HO from previous campaigns to 042R?
I hope you are right PMO!
How come you think so? Any info or just good feelings?
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I hope you are right PMO!
How come you think so? Any info or just good feelings?
Good feelings. I reckon movement before end of Q1 (June) so formals maybe in next few weeks.
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I hope so too 😊
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I hope so too 😊
You waiting on Liverpool HO?
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