About the NICS

The NICS supports the Assembly, the Executive and the institutions of government. It works to develop and implement government policies and deliver vital services to the public.

Our people carry out their roles with dedication and a commitment to the NICS and its core values: integrity, honesty, objectivity and impartiality.

As one of the largest employers in Northern Ireland we employ people across a huge range of roles and professions and our work touches on all aspects of life here.

You could be working across areas such as;

  • health;
  • public finances;
  • justice;
  • education;
  • the environment;
  • our communities;
  • the economy; and
  • infrastructure.

Learn more about the work of each of our Departments.

We are committed to being:

A well-led, high-performing and outcomes-focused organisation.

A great place to work, where everyone can reach their true potential.

An inclusive workplace in which diversity is truly valued.

Diversity and Inclusion

Within the NICS we strive to place diversity and inclusion at the centre of everything that we do.

NI Cyber Security Team At Belfast Mela 2022 Harkin Summit 2022 Members of the LGBTQ+ Staff Network at Belfast Pride 2022 Head Of The NICS Jayne Brady Receives The Bronze Diversity Mark Award 2022 DoJ at Belfast Mela 2022 Jam Card Jayne Brady, Head of The NICS, accepts The Onus Gold Workplace Charter 2021 Members Of The NICS Women's Network On International Women's Day Alfie Wong, NICS Race & Ethnicity Champion and members of NICS staff at Belfast Mela Day 2022 Newry Pride 2019 NICSHR At Belfast Mela 2022 NICS Menopause Policy Launch, March 2022

We value diversity and are committed to creating a truly inclusive workplace. 

We recognise that inclusive working environments deliver better outcomes, as people perform better when they can be themselves in a collaborative, supportive and respectful environment.

To develop an inclusive culture and to promote and communicate the positive behaviours we expect of all our people, we have: