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Chief Executive

Cornwall County Council

Cornwall

£152,000 p.a

You will share our determination to build on the economic success of Cornwall's Objective One programme and identify the most effective way of delivering efficient and valued services to a community that has many pockets of extreme poverty.

'Lets give ourselves new job titles and fat pay rises' abuser of the week

Head of Leisure & Culture, Borough of Telford & Wrekin, £77k plus benefits

Head of Customer Strategy and Business Transformation, Borough of Telford & Wrekin, £77k plus benefits

Head of Community Services and Neighbourhood Management, Borough of Telford & Wrekin, £77k plus benefits

Quango abuser of the week

Chief Executive

South West London and St. George's Mental Health NHS Trust

West London

£135,000

Candidates will need a substantial track record of team-based and patient-focused leadership in health management, and will almost certainly have experience of mental health delivery as a senior manager.

Traffic warden of the week

Central Services Manager - Parking

London Borough of Newham

East London

£49,800 - £53,300 p.a plus benefits

You will be responsible for the strategic planning, effective management and ongoing development of the Parking and Traffic Enforcement Service.

Most pointless job of the week

Strategic Change Manager

Essex County Council

Essex

£62,511 plus benefits

Working with a range of stakeholders in the children's arena to ensure all the key players are engaged, you will have a high level of influencing and interpersonal skills together with the credibility to engage others and foster powerful.

Other tax abusers

Chief Executive

Creative Sheffield

Yorkshire & Humberside

c£150,000

Your role will be to shape, define and grow the vision. With the commitment and support of key partners (who are already in place) you will ensure the development of Creative Sheffield as a successful, respected and influential organisation.

Her Majesty's Chief Inspector

Office For Standards in Education

£150k plus benefits

The role requires outstanding leadership skills. As a key adviser to Ministers on the standards and quality of services across the breadth of Ofsted's current and anticipated remits.

Chief Executive

West Midlands Local Government Association

West Midlands

£115k

We are looking for an outstanding individual to lead the West Midlands Regional Partnership, which includes the West Midlands Regional Assembly and the West Midlands Local Government Association.

Chief Executive

Wigan and Leigh Housing

Greater Manchester

c.£100k plus benefits

At a more strategic level you will be a pivotal member of the wider, mutually supportive and joined-up leadership of the borough; benefiting all our citizens and contributing to the Council's 'excellent' performance rating.

Chief Executive

Woking Borough Council

Surrey

£100,000

If you think you have the qualities to sustain our success as a strong, energetic and inspirational leader, then we need you.

Director of Corporate and Customer Services

Bracknell Forest Borough Council

Berkshire

£96k - £104k per annum plus benefits

Director of Corporate and Customer Servicesx is required.

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FFS, £50,000 for running a team of morons who's job it is to hand out parking tickets. How F***ing hard is that going to be? Isn't this one of the poorer london boroughs as well? no wonder!

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Your role will be to shape, define and grow the vision. With the commitment and support of key partners (who are already in place) you will ensure the development of Creative Sheffield as a successful, respected and influential organisation.

I live in Sheffield and this is the first I've heard of "Creative Sheffield".

£150k? The mind boggles.

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Chief Executive Cornwall County Council

Cornwall

£152,000 p.a

You will share our determination to build on the economic success of Cornwall's Objective One programme and identify the most effective way of delivering efficient and valued services to a community that has many pockets of extreme poverty.

Thus doubling wage inequality in an instant.

Every week you post these on a Friday dog and send me home for the weekend full of indignation. Could you not post them on Monday so I could take it out on my feckless colleagues rather than my family?

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I live in Sheffield and this is the first I've heard of "Creative Sheffield".

£150k? The mind boggles.

They have an entire agency setup to conjure up stupid job titles and even more moronic pay scales.

This makes me question why I'd even want to buy a property in this country, when the only growth industry is this sort of crap and the full imposition of a nannying client state.

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Leeches living off the backs of hard working low paid working class families.

Nu Labour Socialists like all socialists have only one plan. Not to elevate the poverty stricken to live a decent life, but to reduce those who work hard down to the level of those less well off.

Its the politics of Envy and seen time and time again in the UK, each time a Labour Government come to play. Europe is much the same, whith the merry band of Champagne Socialists standing on the shirtails of the working classes.

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Leeches living off the backs of hard working low paid working class families.

Nu Labour Socialists like all socialists have only one plan. Not to elevate the poverty stricken to live a decent life, but to reduce those who work hard down to the level of those less well off.

Its the politics of Envy and seen time and time again in the UK, each time a Labour Government come to play. Europe is much the same, whith the merry band of Champagne Socialists standing on the shirtails of the working classes.

Nu lab are about as Socialist as Margeret Thatcher!

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Nu lab are about as Socialist as Margeret Thatcher!

Labour have the same goal as the tories i.e to line their own pockets and other members of their club. The difference between the two is that labour are fackin up the country in the process.

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In what respect, please clarify!!!.

Maggie Thatcher Axed lazy public services.

Nu lab carried on where the Tories left off, more for for big business now than the working man.

I dont like these non jobs any more than anyone else, they discredit most people working for the council, who are mostly women on poor pay.

As I understand it is the local councils that create these jobs and some are tory run, jobs for the boys.

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I can tell you this much.

As a Bricklayer under the Tories I earnt a real living, and supported my family.

As an IT specialist on three times that pay today, I can barely afford to pay the rent on my single room in a shared house.

So F*ck Nu Labour, and bring back the Tories!!!.

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I can tell you this much.

As a Bricklayer under the Tories I earnt a real living, and supported my family.

As an IT specialist on three times that pay today, I can barely afford to pay the rent on my single room in a shared house.

So F*ck Nu Labour, and bring back the Tories!!!.

You must have an expensive room, Laurejon

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I can tell you this much.

As a Bricklayer under the Tories I earnt a real living, and supported my family.

I'll bet you wouldnt say that if you had been a miner. A 'loadsamoney' bricklayer would have been laughing. Another pint of champagne and lime?

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I most certainly would not have said that if I were a miner.

But face facts, people going down a deep hole to work in an environment that is deadly. Maybe she was a visionary.

The UK coal industry was a dinasaur that needed either modernising as the labour party of previous years had turned it into a battleground of unions squandering public money.

Now I happen to think that they way they were treated was appalling, and the police acted in a truly disgusting manner.

But it did need closing, Coal was a dirty method of energy production and we can see the effects of that today in the polution around the world.

The struggle with the conservatives and the Unions over many years made the miners strike Iconic and they would never had been allowed to win by any party including Labour.

Secondary Picketing which is what it was all about, is still outlawed today by the Labour Party.

So although I did have sympathy for the Miners and their Families, I have no Sympathy for the Miners Union who were looking for a fight, and then found they had got one in Margaret Thatcher.

Anyone living in the Seventies would know only too well the stranglehold the unions had on the UK, and the way the Unions in partnership with the Labour Party bankrupted the nation causing the UK to have to go to the IMF for a handout.

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£10,000 pa (part-time) Dormouse Officer :blink::blink::blink::blink:

"supporting communities, groups and individuals to identify, look after and celebrate dormouse heritage"

Edited by shakerbaby

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I was in Blackpool yesterday and I noticed what a run down place it had become. The lack of money spent on Business premises made their premises look like something out of the third world.

This led me to think that because of the ridiculous business rates they have to pay of which most of it is being wasted on jobs like in this thread and public sector pensions no wonder they have to cut down on expenditure to renovate their buildings.

I am afraid this is the reality when you visit old victorian holiday resorts who have had their day and are now lumbered with this evil tax.

:ph34r:

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