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Deputy Director, Children and Families

Veredus

Hampshire & Isle of Wight

£120,000

Working closely with, and often deputising for, the Director of Children's Services, you will be par t of the senior management team which will lead the Department's change agenda whilst ensuring the high standards.

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Chief Executive - Equality Challenge Unit

Norman Broadbent

£90,000 - £100,000 plus benefits

Your success depends on inspiring confidence in a variety of institutions and people. You'll have strategic-level experience of working with, or within, the higher education sector - plus a track record of promoting equality and diversity.

Everyone gets a bonus job of the week

Strategic Director of Children and Learning

SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL

c.£120k (£130k with potential performance related pay)

Serving a multi-cultural community of 290,000 people at the heart of the West Midlands, we’re a rapidly improving performance driven Council that’s investing £1.5 billion in an ambitious vision for the future.

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Director of Children's Services

Hammersmith and Fulham

West London

£124k

As our Director of Children's Services you will be an inspirational leader, who can motivate staff, partners and stakeholders and have a strategic and practical understanding of this complex agenda.

Strategic Director - Adult Social Services and Housing

London Borough of Sutton

South London

C. £105,000

Now, leading a brand new top team that has the complete support of the Chief Executive and Members, you'll focus on driving up standards in adult social care and on strategic housing responsibilities following an anticipated stock transfer.

STRATEGIC DIRECTOR - ADULT, HEALTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

Warwickshire

Up to circa £110,000 (salary under review)

It’s an exciting time to join us in Warwickshire as we shape our services for the future.

Head of Physical Regeneration and Development

London Borough of Newham

East London

£95,000

You will provide the vision and drive to radically transform both Newham's urban landscape and its economic fortunes. With a team of over 100 staff covering a range of functions that includes planning, transport and economic development.

Director of Neighbourhood Services

Gatenby Sanderson

Yorkshire & Humberside

£95k

Director of Neighbourhood Services.

Divisional Directors - Public Realm and Cultural Services

London Borough of Lambeth

South London

£73,176 - £86,307 p.a. plus benefits

The Public Realm Director will be responsible for a broad range of services from cleansing to transport to trading standards, while the Cultural Services post will deal with arts, libraries, sport and more.

Head of Knowledge Management

Leicestershire County Council

Leicestershire

£58,000 plus benefits

It is a big job, and you will need an analytical approach, good communication skills, and an excellent understanding of how knowledge management can underpin service planning and improved performance.

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Very poor showing this week.

What about the resigning tube boss with the multi-million pound pay-off to spare red ken's blushes.

The people you mentioned (although scum) are rank amateurs by comparison.

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Strategic Director of Children and Learning

SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL

c.£120k (£130k with potential performance related pay)

Serving a multi-cultural community of 290,000 people...

Including pension contributions and taxes that must be over 60p a head -- for one job.

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