Life at the CMA
We've launched our economist secondment programme, where you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in casework while getting an insight into life at the CMA. Read Julie's blog for more info.
The CMA has newly created positions available within the DMU from April 2022. We’re looking for candidates with a broad range of work backgrounds and experience, to enrich the capability and culture of the DMU team as well as the wider organisation. Read this blog to find out more.
We are launching a new round of secondment opportunities for competition lawyers, to start on 7 March 2022. Since its launch in June 2018, more than 40 secondees from over 20 law firms have taken part in the programme and we …
We're launching a new round of secondment opportunities for competition lawyers, to start on 1 February 2021. The deadline for applications is Monday 30 November 2020.
The CMA has been awarded a Silver rating by the mental health charity Mind in its 2020/21 Workplace Wellbeing Index! In this blog, Adam land discusses the work we've been doing to support the wellbeing and mental health of staff at the CMA and what it means to be awarded a Silver rating in Mind’s Index.
This week, we’re celebrating Mental Health Awareness week at the CMA and this year’s theme is all about connecting with nature. Adam Land shares ways that you can take care of your mental health this week by interacting with nature.
We've launched a new secondment programme for competition economists to join us and work on interesting cases across the CMA. The deadline for applications is Friday 30 April 2021.
George Lusty, Senior Director discusses how we’re celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month at the CMA. He also talks about the CMA's Rainbow Network and how it works to ensure all LGBTQ+ staff are supported and visible in the organisation.
I don’t think anyone would deny that, for many people, it has been a tough start to 2021. The ongoing pandemic, and restrictions we must observe to help beat the virus, aren’t easy. And doing so during the cold, dark …
Ann Pope started her career in the Government Economic Service as an assistant economist at BEIS predecessor, the Department of Trade and Industry and has worked her way up to become our Senior Director of Antitrust. We interviewed Ann about her career so far, find out what she had to say.