The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom is a non-Ministerial Government Department staffed by Civil Servants. When we have vacant positions to be filled by external recruitment we advertise them on this page, in the national press and on the Civil Service Website.
We welcome a large number of visitors to the Court each year - members of the legal professions, people working in legal systems abroad, students from schools, colleges and universities, tour groups, and members of the general public - all of whom are welcome to drop in at any time when the building is open.
Information Officers are a vital part of the team working to ensure that we deliver the best quality of visitor experience to all. Information Officers provide an exceptional experience and standard of service to every visitor, encouraging active engagement in the work of the Supreme Court.
As an Information Officer you will be warm and friendly, passionate about the law, history, and the work of Supreme Court and keen to share your knowledge and interest with our visitors. You will play an important part in shaping the visitor experience we provide and education programmes we offer.
For further information and an application form see the Civil Service Jobs Website.
Closing date midnight Thursday 19th April 2018.
The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom is an equal opportunities employer.
Student work experience
Please note that we do not have the staff resources to support students wishing to spend time here on work experience, and the nature of our work makes it difficult for us to permit non-staff to have access to our office systems. To be fair to everyone, we can therefore not assist with any such requests. Some alternative work experience suggestions for those interested in a career in law can be found in our FAQs section.