THE Government has released its latest round of vacancies at various Government departments based in Darlington. 

Jobs currently advertised are for the Treasury, Department for International Trade and the Office for National Statistics. 

Chancellor Rishi Sunak confirmed in the Spring Budget that 750 Government officials would be relocating to Darlington with the establishment of a new Treasury North campus.

They will be joined by 500 Overseas Trade civil servants and 105 people from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) in a new “economic campus” which is to be built at Central Park, near Bank Top Station.

More than 1,000 Whitehall officials will have relocated to Darlington when the full scale of the Government's Treasury North project is complete.

The highest paying job currently advertised is for a Director General of International Finance at the Treasury. 

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The advertisement says: "This is a high-profile and politically-sensitive role in the senior leadership team of HM Treasury. To be successful, you will need to be an outstanding leader with extensive senior management experience, strong representational skills, and a demonstrable track record working on international issues in a public policy setting."

The salary is available at £120,000 and the closing date for application is July 26. 

Other jobs advertised include: G6 Senior Project Manager at the Department of International Trade; Head of Capital Investment, Institutions and Portfolio; and Head of Advanced Markets – Financial Services Group at the Treasury. 

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Speaking after the Treasury announcement earlier this year, Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen said: "It’s fantastic to see that, just a few short weeks after the Chancellor announced plans to move hundreds of Treasury staff to the heart of Darlington, the first of many good-quality, well-paid jobs is up for grabs. 

“This is only the start, with many more roles to come in the future, and I’d urge people across Teesside, Darlington and Hartlepool to check them out when they’re advertised.

"That way, not only will our local priorities be put front-and-centre for Government, it’ll be local people helping to drive the change we want to see for our region and the rest of the UK."

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