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Chief Executive

Haringey Council

North London

c.£160k plus benefits

Haringey Council is looking for an exceptional person to be our new Chief Executive - we are ambitious and having moved from weak to fair our aspirations don't stop there.

Most pointless job of the week

Head of Equalities and Diversity

Hull City Council

Yorkshire & Humberside

£52,377 plus benefits

In a nutshell, your brief will be to evolve, champion and drive through the innovative strategies and policies needed to: Achieve equality of opportunity. Promote social justice and good community relations.

Mass tax abuse of the week (£75,000 x 30)Children's Services Advisers

Department for Education and Skills

£75k

The Government wants to recruit up to 30 Children's Services Advisers (CSAs) to work with local partners to secure the best possible outcomes for children.

Real job of the week

Staff Nurse – Adult-General

WINDSOR RECRUITMENT

West Midlands

min £22K + (D Grade)

Calling all RGN’s / RMN’s / RNLD’s / RNMHS’s / Nurse Managers

Other tax abusers

Chief Executive

Cornwall County Council

Cornwall

£148,611 p.a. plus benefits

Taking overall corporate management and operational responsibility, you will bring a strong corporate focus to the Council's work and ambitions for Cornwall.

Executive Director Family & Children's Services

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Central London

£133,000 plus benefits

Executive Director Family & Children's Services.

Executive Director, Environmental Services

London Borough of Waltham Forest

East London

c.£118k

You will capitalise on our commitment to improvement and innovation by significantly contributing to and delivering our wide-ranging services, ensuring that the environment remains at the top of our corporate agenda.

Strategic Director

Derbyshire County Council

Derbyshire

£110,000 pa

Your challenge will be to lead the integration of education and social care services, forging shared objectives, implementing cultural change and evolving new working practices to meet the challenges ahead.

Corporate Director, Adult and Community Services

Durham County Council

Durham

£90k - £120k

Corporate Directors who can champion the new agenda, challenge our preconceptions and encourage us to see things differently. Not only will you shape the future of service delivery, but by working corporately.

Group Director, Children's Services

London Borough of Havering

East London

£126k

The Group Director, Children's Services is a key appointment for the authority. Building on success, yours and ours, you will lead this group to serve all our children and young people well.

Chief Executive

Norwich City Council

Norfolk

£120,000

We are looking for an inspirational leader and manager who can help shape the City's development and enable the council to be an active agent working with the community and a wide range of partners.

Director of Schools Service

Ealing Council

West London

circa £110,000

We require a high calibre, experienced and influential senior manager to promote school improvement and equality of achievement for all school pupils. As an exceptional leader you will ensure staff deliver a high quality, customer centric.

Executive Director - Urban Living

Harrow Council

North London

c.£130k plus benefits

Your professional background is not important although experience in managing some of the service areas within Urban Living would be an advantage. What we really want is someone with outstanding management.

Executive Director

Rockpools

East London

£116,000

We are looking for a talented, strategic manager to bring a fresh new approach to our Management Board and to challenge our thinking and the way we do things. you'll share and drive our aspirations of becoming an 'excellent' council.

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Tax abuser of the week

Chief Executive

Haringey Council

North London

c.£160k plus benefits

Haringey Council is looking for an exceptional person to be our new Chief Executive - we are ambitious and having moved from weak to fair our aspirations don't stop there.

Most pointless job of the week

Head of Equalities and Diversity

Hull City Council

Yorkshire & Humberside

£52,377 plus benefits

In a nutshell, your brief will be to evolve, champion and drive through the innovative strategies and policies needed to: Achieve equality of opportunity. Promote social justice and good community relations.

Mass tax abuse of the week (£75,000 x 30)Children's Services Advisers

Department for Education and Skills

£75k

The Government wants to recruit up to 30 Children's Services Advisers (CSAs) to work with local partners to secure the best possible outcomes for children.

Real job of the week

Staff Nurse – Adult-General

WINDSOR RECRUITMENT

West Midlands

min £22K + (D Grade)

Calling all RGN’s / RMN’s / RNLD’s / RNMHS’s / Nurse Managers

Other tax abusers

Chief Executive

Cornwall County Council

Cornwall

£148,611 p.a. plus benefits

Taking overall corporate management and operational responsibility, you will bring a strong corporate focus to the Council's work and ambitions for Cornwall.

Executive Director Family & Children's Services

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Central London

£133,000 plus benefits

Executive Director Family & Children's Services. 

Executive Director, Environmental Services

London Borough of Waltham Forest

East London

c.£118k

You will capitalise on our commitment to improvement and innovation by significantly contributing to and delivering our wide-ranging services, ensuring that the environment remains at the top of our corporate agenda.

Strategic Director

Derbyshire County Council

Derbyshire

£110,000 pa

Your challenge will be to lead the integration of education and social care services, forging shared objectives, implementing cultural change and evolving new working practices to meet the challenges ahead.

Corporate Director, Adult and Community Services

Durham County Council

Durham

£90k - £120k

Corporate Directors who can champion the new agenda, challenge our preconceptions and encourage us to see things differently. Not only will you shape the future of service delivery, but by working corporately.

Group Director, Children's Services

London Borough of Havering

East London

£126k

The Group Director, Children's Services is a key appointment for the authority. Building on success, yours and ours, you will lead this group to serve all our children and young people well.

Chief Executive

Norwich City Council

Norfolk

£120,000

We are looking for an inspirational leader and manager who can help shape the City's development and enable the council to be an active agent working with the community and a wide range of partners.

Director of Schools Service

Ealing Council

West London

circa £110,000

We require a high calibre, experienced and influential senior manager to promote school improvement and equality of achievement for all school pupils. As an exceptional leader you will ensure staff deliver a high quality, customer centric.

Executive Director - Urban Living

Harrow Council

North London

c.£130k plus benefits

Your professional background is not important although experience in managing some of the service areas within Urban Living would be an advantage. What we really want is someone with outstanding management.

Executive Director

Rockpools

East London

£116,000

We are looking for a talented, strategic manager to bring a fresh new approach to our Management Board and to challenge our thinking and the way we do things. you'll share and drive our aspirations of becoming an 'excellent' council.

Not again, please. Its really boring.

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I just phoned my local council and guess what they are closed - their hours of business are 8.45am - 4.45pm

What kind of working day is that ?

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Here's an article by that well know leftie, Max Hastings, on the well-deserved salaries paid to our efficient CEOs and managers. Why don't you read this Dog, and stop bleating about public sector salaries.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/executivepay/sto...1543796,00.html

When you've read it, if you underatand all the big words, go away and apply to become a teaching assistant.

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Here's an article by that well know leftie, Max Hastings, on the well-deserved salaries paid to our efficient CEOs and managers. Why don't you read this Dog, and stop bleating about public sector salaries.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/executivepay/sto...1543796,00.html

When you've read it, if you underatand all the big words, go away and apply to become a teaching assistant.

Whilst I do not support or respect silly wages in the private sector, I do not complain because I am not forced to pay for their products.

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Haringey Council is looking for an exceptional person to be our new Chief Executive

The outgoing CE's brother-in-law?

we are ambitious and having moved from weak to fair our aspirations don't stop there.

Good to know that more improvements can be expected! :rolleyes:

How much did they pay the CE when they could manage no better than "weak"?

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Mass tax abuse of the week (£75,000 x 30)Children's Services Advisers

Department for Education and Skills

£75k

The Government wants to recruit up to 30 Children's Services Advisers (CSAs) to work with local partners to secure the best possible outcomes for children.

Real job of the week

Staff Nurse – Adult-General

WINDSOR RECRUITMENT

West Midlands

min £22K + (D Grade)

Calling all RGN’s / RMN’s / RNLD’s / RNMHS’s / Nurse Managers

that is ******ing sickening.

22 for a nurse and 75 for some socialist style guardian of morals or whatever the ****** useless role they will perform.

It is simply jobs for the girls and boys.

They will all be nu-lab Blairite clones with their extreme views on social policy.

such as compulsory parenting orders, sending parents to prison if children do not attend their state indoctrination classes, giving parish councillors (whoever the ****** they are ) permission to hand out ASBOs to anti-social neighbours, these communist style summer camps for children to learn citizenship lessons,

Citizen X classes in school, curfews for unrluy children, compulsory treatment for anyone considered to be a potentially anti-social citizen, sure start schemes for parents to learn how to be model parents

I could go on and on with the sociologically based left-wing crap they are now inflicting on us but I wont . well i will as i can think of it.

ps

i know a lot of this shit also happens under fascism but most of the labour party are socialists (in the social policy sphere if not the economic one) so it is absurd to call it fascism.

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Here's an article by that well know leftie, Max Hastings, on the well-deserved salaries paid to our efficient CEOs and managers. Why don't you read this Dog, and stop bleating about public sector salaries.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/executivepay/sto...1543796,00.html

When you've read it, if you underatand all the big words, go away and apply to become a teaching assistant.

Hmmm that'll be the same Guardian that advertises all these jobs...can you see why they might print an article like this?

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Hmmm that'll be the same Guardian that advertises all these jobs...can you see why they might print an article like this?

The same Guardian that is the mouthpiece of the party,

The same Guardian that supported all Blairs wars

The same Guardian that claimed 2 Afghani teenagers had ENJOYED being detained in Guantanamo bay (i can post this to give you all a laugh)

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As one of the forum's token 'extreme left-wingers' I'd just to say I find these salaries unbelievable and, yes, I believe many will be not much more than sinecures where 12-22k dogsbodys actually do the real work of providing the services.

I was ever elected as an MP, I'd take whatever the average salary is and give the rest to various campaigns for change.

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As one of the forum's token 'extreme left-wingers' I'd just to say I find these salaries unbelievable and, yes, I believe many will be not much more than sinecures where 12-22k dogsbodys actually do the real work of providing the services.

I was ever elected as an MP, I'd take whatever the average salary is and give the rest to various campaigns for change.

it depends what you mean by left wing.

anarchists in Russia viewed communists the same way they viewd tsarists ie authoritarian control freaks

what do you think of Labours social policy agenda as most of its is textbook socialism .

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The same Guardian that is the mouthpiece of the party,

The same Guardian that supported all Blairs wars

The same Guardian that claimed 2 Afghani teenagers had ENJOYED being detained in Guantanamo bay (i can post this to give you all a laugh)

On the comment pages they take all sorts, including ex Telegraph Max Hastings. I am seriously worried that there are a number of members of this site who have extremely unpleasant (and unrepresentative and untrue) views about anything to do with the public sector.

I should add that I don't actually work in the public sector. I have in the past and most of the people I worked with were very good and underpaid in comparison to the private sector.

Now if you want to live in a society where almost everything is private, taxes are lower, charity treies, and fails, to look after the poor, old, disable, unlicky, etc, then that's your problem. I wouldn't want to go there, and I think we have seen an example of that sort of society in America over the last few weeks. Luckily, most Brits don't want to go there either, ehich is why the Conservatives are rather less popular than a does of the clap.

by the way, I don't think the Guardian is quite as supportive of Blair as you seem to believe.

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If you want to get all label-ish, I'm a left-libertarian ecologist and occasional small 'c' conservative. ;)

Do new Labour have a social agenda? I thought they just dished out a few tax credits, talk about banning smoking, and do whatever some cold-blooded spokesperson from he CBI tells them to?

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Now if you want to live in a society where almost everything is private, taxes are lower, charity treies, and fails, to look after the poor, old, disable, unlicky, etc, then that's your problem. I wouldn't want to go there, and I think we have seen an example of that sort of society in America over the last few weeks. Luckily, most Brits don't want to go there either, ehich is why the Conservatives are rather less popular than a does of the clap.

by the way, I don't think the Guardian is quite as supportive of Blair as you seem to believe.

no one is knocking the public sector, nurses do a great job and many, many others.

but why hire 30 of these pointless CSA socialist guardians at 75k and a nurse at 22 k ?

they are political appointees im afraid. watchdogs for the partys program.

apparatchiks no less.

these jobs are part of labours socialist style control agenda in the social sphere.

You surely know this is just corruption and control freakery at work.

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Do new Labour have a social agenda?

you must be from another ******ing planet mate.

They have an enormous Social Agenda.

heres some examples

compulsory parenting orders, sending parents to prison if children do not attend school , giving parish councillors (whoever the hell they are ) permission to hand out ASBOs to anti-social neighbours,

communist style summer camps for children to learn citizenship lessons,

Citizen X classes in school,

curfews for unrluy children,

compulsory treatment for anyone considered to be a potentially anti-social citizen,

sure start schemes for parents to learn how to be model parents

IT IS THE ANTI-THESIS OF LIBERALISM

i will print some more as i remember them.

you must have been sleeping for the past 7 years

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no one is knocking the public sector, nurses do a great job and many, many others.

but why hire 30 of these pointless CSA socialist guardians at 75k and a nurse at 22 k ?

they are political appointees im afraid. watchdogs for the partys program.

apparatchiks no less.

these jobs are part of labours socialist style control agenda in the social sphere.

You surely know this is just corruption and control freakery at work.

Actually no. IMO one of the reasons the Tories are considered unelectable is because of their reactionary social views. Labour generally has been tolerant. There are a number of elements on the Left who annoy the hell out of me, and I certainly don't want to imply that all is rosy. I know its not. Some public sector jobs seem a bit, well ,pointless, but I also see some private secot jobs that are equally pointless, and generally better paid.

I do think we need to improve the social sphere. Anti social behavior has many causes but, in part, I think the me-first attitudes the late 1980s have not exactly helped us as a society. Others blame the permissiveness of the 1960s (which i don't agree with). However, whatever the causes, I do think that talented educationalists, local authority leaders, and so on are a necessary part of the solution. i would rather my taxes went towards them than funding increasing numbers of prison cells.

If one gets into arguments about a job's "worth" it is very difficult to come up with objective results. What would be good is if knee jerk attacking of the public sector is left on the pages of the Mail and Express.

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you must be from another ******ing planet mate.

They have an enormous Social Agenda.

heres some examples

compulsory parenting orders, sending parents to prison if children do not attend school , giving parish councillors (whoever the hell they are ) permission to hand out ASBOs to anti-social neighbours,

communist style summer camps for children to learn citizenship lessons,

Citizen X classes in school,

curfews for unrluy children,

compulsory treatment for anyone considered to be a potentially anti-social citizen,

sure start schemes for parents to learn how to be model parents

IT IS THE ANTI-THESIS OF LIBERALISM

i will print some more as i remember them.

you must have been sleeping for the past 7 years

Are Tories commies too? Sounds like the same old blame the parents, short sharp shock, send em to boot camp line to me.

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Here's an article by that well know leftie, Max Hastings, on the well-deserved salaries paid to our efficient CEOs and managers. Why don't you read this Dog, and stop bleating about public sector salaries.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/executivepay/sto...1543796,00.html

When you've read it, if you underatand all the big words, go away and apply to become a teaching assistant.

One big difference. I dont have to own shares in these companies therefore its not me who is paying them. I have to pay tax, so I do pay the wages of the Cheif Equality Officer of Camden council, Gordon Brown and 650 MPs. I have no choice. I dont really care what Martin Sorrell pays himself but I do care how our politicians p!ss away my money.

Much of the private sector is fiercely competitive. If I dont like a service i dont use it. In contrast, the public sector is a cess pit of mediocrity, unaccountability and political hackery. Can anyone explain why public sector staff take a full ten days more sick leave every year compared to private sector staff?

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Actually no. IMO one of the reasons the Tories are considered unelectable is because of their reactionary social views. Labour generally has been tolerant.

what ? they are the anti-thesis of tolerance.

Their social program is the most restrictive and most anti-personal freedom this country has ever seen.

They created 660 new criminal offences in just 6 years.

They have suspended civili liberties with gay abandon.

no more right to trial by jury or habeas corpus.

Lets take one example.

They will now send parents to prison if they fail to send their children to school.

Do you really believe that is tolerant.

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Are Tories commies too? Sounds like the same old blame the parents, short sharp shock, send em to boot camp line to me.

exactly my friend. there is little difference between socialism and fascism in the social sphere. both are intolerant , illiberal , puritanical and prone to control freakery.

except socialism is a bit more scientific about it.

I am a liberal - in the social sphere at least.

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One big difference. I dont have to own shares in these companies therefore its not me who is paying them. I have to pay tax, so I do pay the wages of the Cheif Equality Officer of Camden council, Gordon Brown and 650 MPs. I have no choice. I dont really care what Martin Sorrell pays himself but I do care how our politicians p!ss away my money.

Much of the private sector is fiercely competitive. If I dont like a service i dont use it. In contrast, the public sector is a cess pit of mediocrity, unaccountability and political hackery. Can anyone explain why public sector staff take a full ten days more sick leave every year compared to private sector staff?

PLCs are accountable to no-one but their shareholders, who in turn are interested in short term profits. Some parts of the private sector are comptetitive, but some are not. The oil industry is a cartel, ditto supermarkets; private companies have been awarded lucrative contracts for running public services with no actual risk (look at the railways, the Tube, anything done by Capita,

Again, such phrases as "cess pit" are pretty ignorant and get us nowhere. A problem of the public sector is often to measure success. If you have any suggestions based on reality rather than prejidice, please let me know.

what  ? they are the anti-thesis of tolerance.

Their social program is the most restrictive and most anti-personal freedom this country  has ever seen.

They created 660 new criminal offences in just 6 years.

They have suspended civili liberties with gay abandon.

no more right to trial by jury or habeas corpus.

Lets take one example.

They will now send parents to prison if they fail to send their children to school.

Do you really believe that is tolerant.

I would worry about parents who don't send their children to school. the right to trial by jury has been questionned in elation to "each way" cases. Quite right too.

Depends which civil liberties. I am totally against ID cards (no New Labour lacky me!) but would like to deport Islamic fundamentalists who stir up racial hatrid.

As for all of the criminal offences, i cannot comment this evening. My girlfriend, and a couple of pints, are waiting for me in the pub. Bon fin de semaine.

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