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We look for Liverpool passport office job vacancies

Despite the fact that Prime Minister David Cameron last month suggested that the Liverpool passport office might not have all too long a future ahead of it, staff feel upbeat that they can deliver on all fronts to ensure that both their jobs and those of new employees can be secured.

Speaking in the House of Commons, Mr. Cameron commented during a discussion about the possibility of further government job losses that "Great work is being done on what jobs can be saved in Newport and Liverpool where the two competing officers are."

This will no doubt have come to a shock to many, because despite the fact that the Newport, South Wales, passport office is in the process of being closed there had been no previous suggestion that the same fate would befall the Liverpool office.

However you shouldn't let this speculation affect you if you have decided that you'd like to try to find employment within the Liverpool passport office, job vacancies may not be available right now but there is every likelihood that they will arise again in future.

The aim of the Civil Service in the United Kingdom has always been to provide the people of the country with high quality advice, as well as supporting the Government in a bid to improve the UK's public services to the point where they can be considered among the best in the world.

There are many changes that will be needed along the way because, like many other countries, the UK Civil Service system is considered to be archaic and bound up in red tape. This means that at some stage in the near future, it is likely that there will be a push for the energetic, ambitious new employees required to advance the quality of service.

You can keep up to date with the latest job vacancies and information at www.civilservice.gov.uk.

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