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Working at the Digital Service for Parliament

Three members of the PDS team working on sprint planning at 7 Millbank, Westminster

The Digital Service is here to help Parliament become digital-first.

That's a lot more than handing out a few iPads.

We've got a strategy, and we've got big aspirations. Here's eight of them:

1. Secure technology that works
2. Good customer service
3. Digital capability
4. Transparent, open, and inclusive
5. Effective
6. Efficient; reducing cost
7. Business enabling
8. Digital by default

What does this all mean? Well, it's about changing the way we work. We want to put users first at every step.

That's one of the nine principles we think we need to help us achieve our goals:

1. Start with user needs
2. Focus on our core work
3. Be where people are
4. Continuous iteration
5. Simplicity
6. Unity without uniformity
7. Collaboration culture
8. Open
9. Experts in what we do

We've got a lot to do, and a lot to achieve. So, we're looking for the best and brightest minds to join us in our journey towards a truly digital democracy.

Interested? There's a jobs page. But, even if you don't see what you're looking for there, we'd still love to hear from you. Just send your CV and a cover note telling us a bit about yourself, and why you'd like to join the Digital Service.

If you've got a question, or want to find out more, you can find us on Twitter, or leave a comment right here on our blog.