Since March 2021, the GSE Profession Communications Team has undertaken several projects to develop our communications offering and improve our member’s experience. We provide an overview of what we have achieved, what we are working on and future developments. What …
The Government Science and Engineering (GSE) profession are offering its members access to a skills assessment tool designed to track their development, aid career conversations, and access relevant learning opportunities. What is it? The tool is cloud based and can …
The GSE Profession team is calling for engaging volunteers to talk about their roles as scientists or engineers in government, in a series of 2 minute videos
David Wood (@GovHeadGeog), the new pan-government Head of Geography, talks geography, government and GSE.
This blog post is a collection of vacancies, events and learning and development opportunities for people working in Government Science and Engineering.
Government Science & Engineering Fast Streamers, Dan Meeson and Fraeya Whiffin, share their experiences as GSE champions on organising a cross government networking event.
What might research in 2035 look like? The Royal Society is inviting GSE members to get involved and have their say on the future of research culture.
Are you a civil, crown or public servant with a background or interest in science and engineering? Join the GSE profession!
Are you a Java genius or a code creator rather than breaker? Then we need your help to create a new digital directory.
GSE member Cate Setterfield brilliantly exemplifies the inclusivity of the GSE profession by working in a science role without having a formal background in science.