Get to know us

The Isle of Man Public Service

The Isle of Man Public Service is made up of eight departments and various boards and offices who all report to the Council of Ministers.

The total number of public service workers is around 9,000 people, roughly 10% of the population or 23% of the working population, all working together for the Isle of Man. 

We offer a variety of roles, including full time, part time, and casual/relief positions across all of our areas, so whatever you are looking for, you are sure to find something to suit your needs.

With competitive salaries and a great range of benefits, you'll find the Isle of Man Public Service a supportive employer offering you opportunities to develop and grow.

By coming to work with us at this exciting time you can help us to develop the Isle of Man for the people living here now and for the future.

Our Island Plan

Our overarching vision continues to be building a secure, vibrant and sustainable future for our Island Nation.

Our focus is on five interrelated priorities as developed from early engagement with Tynwald Members in October 2021.

Each priority relies on cross-Government working and has its own vision, reflecting the aim, commitments and focus of this administration, which seeks to put people at the heart of service delivery and policy-making.

The focus for Government must be on straightforward delivery on the issues that matter most, with clear emphasis on creating a sustainable future and being an attractive destination for people and business. 

Take a look at our Island Plan website to find out more about our vision and purpose.