“Karen and I had a great day with VOA friends and colleagues, meeting the dedicated team of professionals who came to our rescue last year." Hear from Adrian and his colleagues about their visit to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance airbase.
"Sometimes, being a Content Designer feels like being a wizard". Find out how Rhys White is working his magic as a Content Designer with the VOA.
Jonathan Cooper shares his experience training to be a surveyor at the VOA and helping others develop their careers.
Our Charity of the Year for 2018-19 is the Association of Air Ambulances Charity (AAAC). Adrian Hirst’s experience was the main reason for the charity being nominated. Adrian has shared the story of how Yorkshire Air Ambulance saved his life last year.
Julie is one of a number of people at the VOA who alre also Reservists with the British Military. Read her fascinating story of support, training and how she balances all her commitments.
Lucy Edwards describes her experiences of training and qualifying to be a Chartered Surveyor whilst working at the VOA
Wednesday 9 May is National Day for Staff Networks, a day which formally recognises and celebrates the fantastic effort of staff networks operating in UK workplaces. Some of our group members are celebrating through their own stories, and sharing the great work going on across our diversity groups.
Julie Jones is one of only two female Specialist Referencers working in the National Specialists Unit (NSU) at the VOA. Julie tells us how she came to work in this area and her favourite parts of the role.
The Civil Service is celebrating the centenary of (some) women over 30 and all men over 21 winning the right to vote. It was another year until women were able to practise as chartered surveyors. Read our blog on the first female surveyor – Irene Barclay
Jaci is a scrum master in our digital delivery team – find out how they use Agile to deliver big projects (it has nothing to do with Rugby…)
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