The Outer Party represents the segment of trusted workers of Oceania who have occupations that provide governmental services to the people of Oceania. Outer Party members work government positions for agencies or ministries. These front-line occupations are a great way for workers to be recognized and eventually be promoted to the Inner Party; Outer Party members are the subject of scrutiny and must be loyal to INGSOC, Oceania and Big Brother. Outer Party members are held to a higher standard of societal conduct than the average prole.
Obtaining Outer Party Status
Outer Party status is reserved to registered active citizens in good standing. The status is rewarded to those who are hired to fulfill a government job such as bureaucrat, police, transit operator or a clerk. Generally speaking this opportunity is available to most citizens, however, may be revoked if there is criminality linked to that individual. Repeated interactions with the criminal justice system and or being ‘unpersoned’ will result in the loss of party status until such time one is deemed acceptable to be brought back into the graces of the party.
Integrity is choosing one's thoughts and actions based on values rather than personal gain.
Positions listed here are to be used for informational purposes only, it does not guarantee availability of said position or ability to be appointed to that role. For questions concerning occupational availability speak directly to a representative of that ministry. It is also important to note that all appointments do require a background check. Only positions marked entry level may be applied for without prior experience.
Ministry of Love:
Clerk : Preform passive record keeping for the department of state police to include CJIS entries, evidence logging and other paperwork that is required. Ministry of Love clerks may also act as a public safety dispatcher on the radio. Entry Level (Grade II/III)
Rehabilitation Specialist : Work with detained justice involved individuals to transform them into productive citizens. Responsible for running programs and keeping the rehabilitative center staffed and operational (Grade VI / VII / VIII / IX / X)
Magistrate A magistrate is a local judge who rules on routine cases and appeals. Tasked with interpreting Oceanic law and how it pertains to the citizens who violate it. (Grade VIII / IX / X)
Police Recruit : Learn the job and procedures of the Ministry of Love State Police Entry Level (Grade I)
State Police Patrolman : Patrol & Enforce laws of Oceania. Patrolmen are assigned a cruiser for use to patrol the city and detect and deter criminal activity. Patrolmen are expected to respond to critical incidents with haste and professionalism.(Grade IV)
State Police Detective : Trained and qualified in conducting police investigations from violent crime investigations to uncovering plots and criminal enterprises. These are selected from qualified patrolmen. (Grade VI)
State Police Sergeant : Supervise, Patrol & Enforce laws of Oceania. Sergeants are usually assigned a sector to oversee as an area supervisor. They are to respond to incidents to assist officers and provide clarification on procedure as needed. (Grade VI)
State Police Lieutenant : Supervise, Patrol & Enforce laws of Oceania. Lieutenant is mostly an administrative post however oversees patrol as a whole. Lieutenants process paperwork, evidence and keep the precinct running.(Grade VIII)
State Police Captain : Command the State Police Precinct, attend meetings and increase the performance of the State Police to enhance the quality of life within Oceania. (Grade X)
Ministry of Truth
Educator : Tasked with educating the populace on matters deemed important to the party, Education Professionals are encouraged to assist new citizens to Victory City. Entry Level (Grade IV / V / VI / VII)
Director of Education : Supervises the education programs and Victory City University. Develops programs and focuses for the university's development. (Grade X)
Reporter : Tasked with gathering stories for the Times. Directly interviews and gathers information to be put into the report. Entry Level (Grade II / III / IV / V)
Writer : Tasked with writing novels, short stories and history books as well as any other literature that is deemed important by the Ministry of Truth bureaucrats Entry Level (Grade II / III / IV / V)
Communications Director : Tasked with broadcasting major announcements, supervising lower level staff and overseeing the library. Communications Directors also revise and edit all literature prior to publication. (Grade VII / VIII / IX )
Ministry of Plenty
Teller : Work at the Ministry of Plenty front desk and assist patrons with services that the Ministry of Plenty officers to include safe deposits and savings accounts. Is allowed to leave the building provided they respond to being paged. A basic understanding of math is required. Entry Level (Grade III / IV / V)
Transit Operator : Drive the local public and free bus service for Victory City. Pickup passengers and bring them to areas around the city of their choosing. Entry Level (Grade I / II / III)
Auditor : Investigate citizens for possible financial discrepancies. Auditors are also responsible for supervising tellers and looking for discrepancies within the Ministry of Plenty staff or services. A strong understanding of financial database and math is a requirement. (Grade VI / VII / VIII)
Ministry of Peace
War Planner : Generate plans and reports pertaining to the battlefields, coordinate logistics for the military forces. War planners are expected to be on top of the latest developments in the war and report directly to Ministry of Peace leadership. They may also be expected to share approved information with the Ministry of Truth for purpose of publication in the Times as well as oversee domestic war production.Entry Level (Grade V / VI)
Frontline Soldier: Members of the armed forces that are deployed overseas to protect Oceania from hostile threats. Entry Level Grade(II/III/IV/V)
Government occupations in Oceania are paid by 'job' grade, meaning that certain jobs fall within a given predefined payscale. The rates are determined by the Ministry of Plenty and account for the price of goods and the improved rations that supplement an employees pay.
|Grade||Payroll Amount||Grade||Payroll Amount|
|Grade I||$750||Grade VI||$2,450|
|Grade II||$1,250||Grade VII||$2,650|
|Grade III||$1,750||Grade VIII||$3,050|
|Grade IV||$2,050||Grade IX||$3,250|
|Grade V||$2,250||Grade X||$4,250|