Make a difference every day

At Serco, not only is the nature of the work we do important, everyone has an important role to play, from caring for vulnerable people to managing complex public services. Take pride in what you do.

In the UK Serco employs more than 30,000 people supporting government and other public service providers in six key sectors: Citizen Services, Defence, Health, Immigration, Justice and Transport. 

The services we provide are often of critical importance to the communities and nations we serve. Sometimes we are supporting people at troubled times in their lives, be they unemployed, refugees fleeing persecution, or in prison. In other parts of our business, we are running some of the most advanced train services in the world, delivering essential support to armed forces, keeping hospitals safe and operational around-the-clock, and providing environmental services.

Recent recruitment campaigns

Prison Custody Officers

Make no mistake, this is a role where your contribution counts - helping to give offenders structure within their lives, being a role model to encourage positive choices and ensuring that the prisoners are supported during their rehabilitation journey. 

Graduate Programme

Serco offers an amazing launchpad for a fast-track management career and the unique opportunity for you to get directly involved in solving some of the real and pressing challenges of delivering essential public services. You will have a commercial mind-set, a strong sense of purpose and the will to make a difference

Psychological Services Careers

Be part of a team helps us deliver robust, insightful solutions through specialist behavioural analysis, designed to address the factors influencing criminal behaviour.

Join our community

Visit the Serco LinkedIn company page to find out more about Serco, our successes, local and international issues, and information on careers with Serco.

The page has more than 215,000 followers and more joining every day.

Follow us on Facebook

We primarily use Facebook to support recruitment activity. It is a good way of engaging and asking questions on current opportunities.

While we will try to respond to any questions, we do not commit to responding to comments left on any content posted on our Facebook page, and are not responsible for content posted by our followers. Serco reserves the right to remove any comments.

Our Facebook page is not a suitable place to report adverse events related to Serco, please contact us directly instead.