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Chief Executive

Wolverhampton City Council

West Midlands

£150,000

We're seeking an exceptional leader with the energy and vision to help us achieve four stars and build our reputation as one of the UK's most dynamic and progressive cities.

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Group Manager - Research and Vitality

London Borough of Harrowl

North London

c. £60,000

Responsible for the overall strategy and research needs of the Urban Living Directorate, with an overview of all policy, major programme and partnership development.

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Assistant Director

Blackpool Council

Lancashire

c.£70,000

Your role will be to lead the way in showing Blackpool's children and young people just what a bright future they can have through engaging in learning.

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Executive Director

ROCKPOOLS

Central London

c. £125,000 plus benefits

Your role will be to develop a 5 borough programme and to secure a sustainable legacy from the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games that will capture real benefits for local communities.

Chief Executive

South Lanarkshire Council

West Scotland

Circa £120,000

We are seeking an enthusiastic leader to provide the strategic direction of the Transport Partnership. This will be a challenging but rewarding role, involving the development of integrated transport policy and the delivery of strategic transport.

Director of Neighbourhood Services

Manchester City Council

Greater Manchester

£106,000 - £113,500 per annum

We're looking for someone who can complete the jigsaw. Someone with the exceptional experience and leadership skills that are needed to develop an integrated and co-ordinated strategic approach to neighbourhood service delivery in Manchester.

Chief Executive

Tribal Resourcing

£104,000

We seek a Chief Executive with the drive and leadership qualities to take us to a four star future. In this role, you will enable us to deliver first-rate services through proactive community engagement and partnership working.

Executive Director of Corporate Services

North East Lincolnshire Council

Lincolnshire

£100,000

Your principal responsibilities will be to provide exceptional service through Finance, Procurement and IT and robust support to the front line services; Customer Services and Revenues and Benefits.

Chief Executive

Burnley Borough Council

Lancashire

c.£100k

Ideas and courage will be as important as ever, and you must have the organisational and managerial ability to deliver results.

Chief Executive

Tribal Executive Resourcing

Gloucestershire

£100K

We are now seeking an inspirational leader to address these, balancing conservation with urban growth and enabling us to provide the best possible services across the town.

Director of Housing

Hull City Council

Yorkshire & Humberside

£90,000 - £100,000

The role demands a true leader: an experienced Housing professional with extensive project management experience, underpinned by the vision and tenacity to anticipate and address the challenges ahead.

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£150K? I bet all those other chief executives of councils earning 100-120k are writing themselves pay rises as we speak!

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