HM Revenue and Customs


As one of the UK’s largest government departments, our work makes a difference across all businesses and households within the UK. This is achieved by collecting the money that pays for the UK public services and by helping families and individuals by providing targeted financial support where required.

We’re not all Tax Professionals either. We have over 20 various professions, attracting a diverse workforce including Digital Specialists, Data Analysts, Policy Makers and Government Communicators.

We can only achieve our purpose through the skill, dedication and professionalism of our people. You deserve to feel valued, rewarded and connected to the work you do - so through our People Strategy, we’re committed to making HMRC an inclusive environment that engages, motivates and is a better place to work for everyone.

We’re dedicated to investing in you every step of the way, so if you’re looking to get ahead, join us and see how you can make a difference.

Diversity and Inclusion

At HMRC we believe diversity and inclusion is key to creating a great place to work, where everyone feels they are being treated fairly and that they have access to a rewarding career. It’s vital to us people get the support they may need, as well as offering them the opportunity to shape policies and practices to support everyone across the organisation and this is embedded in our culture.

Our HMRC employee networks are incredibly beneficial to our employees as it introduces them to others who are going through similar experiences to them, offering both support and empowerment.  We have six key Employee Diversity Networks covering Carers, Disability, Gender, LGBT, Race, and Wellbeing. Each network has directly had an impact on influencing decision-making and business strategies and ultimately improving the way HMRC operates.