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Corporate Director - Community Services

London Borough of Hackney

East London

£118 - £126K

Working with our Chief Executive and Director of Finance, as well as Hackney's directly elected Mayor and its cabinet members, you could soon be delivering the corporate agenda and shaping public perceptions of London's most exciting borough.

Funniest and most pointless job of the week

Director of Customer Services and Performance

London Borough of Redbridge

Essex

£120k

The Director of Customer Services and Performance will play a critical role in leading this process. We want somebody who can support and add value to the efforts already being made to improve housing, planning and cultural services.

Chief Executive

Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust

Kent

c. £120k

We are seeking an exceptional individual to move us into the future, establishing us as a key member of the health and social care community and ensuring that we reflect the area's wide-ranging and varied mental health needs.

Strategic Director of Adult & Community Services

Isle of Wight Council

Hampshire & Isle of Wight

£100k plus benefits

It is a challenge that will require you to develop existing relationships between the Council, Health Services and the private and voluntary sectors, and to play a significant role in driving the Council's agenda for change.

Corporate Director - Community Services

London Borough of Hackney

East London

£118 - £126K

Working with our Chief Executive and Director of Finance, as well as Hackney's directly elected Mayor and its cabinet members, you could soon be delivering the corporate agenda and shaping public perceptions of London's most exciting borough.

Corporate Director - Regeneration and Neighbourhoods

London Borough of Hackney

East London

£118 - £126K

Working with our Chief Executive and Director of Finance, as well as Hackney's directly elected Mayor and its cabinet members, you could soon be delivering the corporate agenda and shaping public perceptions of London's most exciting borough.

Corporate Director

Reshaping Hackney

East London

£118 - £126K

Working with our Chief Executive and Director of Finance, as well as Hackney's directly elected Mayor and its cabinet members, you could soon be delivering the corporate agenda and shaping public perceptions of London's most exciting borough.

Corporate Directors

London Borough of Hackney

East London

£118 - £126K

Working with our Chief Executive and Director of Finance, as well as Hackney's directly elected Mayor and its cabinet members, you could soon be delivering the corporate agenda and shaping public perceptions of London's most exciting borough.

Director of Children's Services

North East Lincolnshire Council

Lincolnshire

£110,000

You will of course be dedicated to achieving the highest standards for the children and young people in North East Lincolnshire and you will also be aware of the dynamics of effectively managing a combined Children's Service.

Chief Executive

The Learning and Skills Development Agency (LSDA)

South London

c.£120,000 plus benefits

We are seeking a Chief Executive to lead LSN through this period of change and growth. LSN has all the resources it needs to establish itself as a leading supplier of educational professional services to the learning and skills sector.

Corporate Director - Opportunities Cardiff

Cardiff Council

Circa £110,000

This post will be the Statutory Director of Social Services and directly accountable for both Children's and Adult Social Care. It will also be the 'Lead Director' for Children and Young People.

Corporate Directors for Neighbourhood Services

Aberdeen City Council

North Scotland

CIRCA £97,000

Corporate Directors For Neighbourhood Services Required.

Corporate Director for Continuous Improvement

Aberdeen City Council

North Scotland

CIRCA £97,000

Corporate Director For Continuous Improvement Required.

Corporate Director for Strategic Leadership

Aberdeen City Council

North Scotland

CIRCA £97,000

Corporate Director For Strategic Leadership Required.

Corporate Director for Resources Management

Aberdeen City Council

North Scotland

CIRCA £97,000

Corporate Director For Resources Management Required.

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These Guardian non-jobs never cease to amaze me. FFS WTF is going on!?!?! I can't believe this utter, utter, utter, utter, utter,utter, utter (I haven't finished yet) utter, utter, utter, utter, utter RUBBISH. My GOD if I was one of these parasites, I don't know how I would be able to sleep at night.

Unfortunately I am not one of these parasites...because you know what? These parasites DO sleep at night, and furthermore they sleep the sleep of the just: they are totally at ease with themselves and genuinely believe their work is useful and worth the wage. This is the worst aspect of it all.

This for me is the worst bit: not only do they earn more than I ever have or will; not only do they do 'work' which is quite frankly insulting to me; but they feel GOOD about themselves. That is the bit I cannot stand!

F**King vermin tapeworm parasites!!!!!!!!

:D:D:D:D:D bit drunk!

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Tax abuser of the week

Corporate Director - Community Services

London Borough of Hackney

East London

£118 - £126K

Working with our Chief Executive and Director of Finance, as well as Hackney's directly elected Mayor and its cabinet members, you could soon be delivering the corporate agenda and shaping public perceptions of London's most exciting borough.

I wonder if that job is located anywhere near the Yardie gangland drugs and gun running cesspit known as 'murder mile'.

Would take significantly more than 100k to get me anywhere near that place.... maybe the advert should include unlimited access to semi-automatic rifles and training in tactical nuclear weapons.

Edited by NotDavidIcke

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