Civil Service Recruitment Principles
We are committed to best practice in recruitment and our processes are underpinned by the principle of appointment on merit on the basis of fair and open competition as outlined in the Civil Service Recruitment Principles.
Civil Service Nationality Rules
All vacancies advertised on this site are only open to UK nationals, Commonwealth citizens, British Protected persons, European Union citizens and certain members of their families.
Commonwealth citizens must be free from any restrictions to reside and take up employment within the UK.
Candidates with Dual Nationality are eligible for employment provided that they satisfy the appropriate Civil Service Nationality rule.
If you require any further information regarding your eligibility, please refer to working for the Civil Service.
Equality and Diversity
We are committed to equality of opportunity in all our employment practices, policies and procedures. No employee or potential employee will therefore receive less favourable treatment due to their race, creed, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, age, language, religion, political or other opinion affiliation, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marital status, connections with a national minority, national or social origin, property, birth or other status, family connections, working pattern, membership or non-membership of a trade union or, unless justifiable, disability.
We are one of over 160 signatories to the Women in Finance Charter, led by HM Treasury.
Read here to find out how we are committed to reflecting the Government’s goal to see gender balance at all levels across financial services firms.
When applying for a vacancy, we’ll ask you to complete and return an Equal Opportunities Monitoring form.
The information will be treated in the strictest confidence and will only be used in aggregated form for statistical purposes.
As part of the Civil Service, we are committed to the Government’s Disability Confident scheme. We will interview candidates with a disability who meet the minimum essential criteria for a job vacancy.
You can read our most recent Equality and Diversity Information Statement here.
Anonymised recruitment refers to the removal of the candidate’s name and other personal information such as address and university attended from the candidate’s application prior to shortlisting and interview.
Find out more about this initiative in the Civil Service to support more diverse outcomes to recruitment across Government.
If in doubt
If you feel your application has not been treated in accordance with the recruitment principles and you wish to make a complaint, you should, in the first instance, write to:
National Savings and Investments
1 Drummond Gate
Or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are not satisfied with the response you receive from NS&I, you can contact the Office of the Civil Service Commissioners.