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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.

Most pointless job of the week

Compact Commissioner

West Midlands

£100,000

The Commissioner will play an active role in connecting our diverse stakeholders - overseeing partnership arrangements, arbitrating on specific cases, as well as driving forward a shared agenda.

'New job titles and fat pay rises' abuser of the week (don't bother applying)

All jobs at £62,000

1. Chief Social Work Officer, Aberdeen City Council

2. Head of Health and Social Care, Aberdeen City Council

3. Head of Planning and Policy for Services to Children and Young People, Aberdeen City Council

4. Head of Culture and Learning, Aberdeen City Council

5. Head of Economic and Environmental Sustainability, Aberdeen City Council

Another bunch of snouts in the trough

All jobs at £80,000

Heads of Service - Schools and Learning, Cumbria County Council

Heads of Service - Prevention and Partnership, Cumbria County Council

Heads of Service - Planning, Commissioning, Performance and Resources, Cumbria County Council

Other tax abusers

Group Director of Environment

Gloucestershire County Council

Gloucestershire

£118,000

Working across the council and with other Directors, you'll see that strategies are communicated and devised to the benefit of the community as a whole.

Director of Children's Services

Bath and North East Somerset

Avon

c£110k plus benefits

You will champion cross-departmental working and build on the strong partnerships and good reputation of both departments.

Chief Executive

Rushcliffe Borough Council

Nottinghamshire

c£100,000

With character and determination, you will take us forward and help us build new achievements as an influential and dynamic organisation within Nottinghamshire.

Service Head, Strategy Commissioning and Partnerships

London Borough of Tower Hamlet

East London

£95k plus benefits

You will lead on the development of integrated planning, joint commissioning and partnership working across the Directorate's services.

Service Head, Children's Social Care

London Borough of Tower Hamlet

East London

£95k plus benefits

You will lead the planning and delivery of integrated front line services for vulnerable children including child protection, and looked after children.

Group Director of Development and Asset Management

East Thames Group Limited

East London

c£95,000 plus benefits

You will receive a range of excellent benefits including 33 days' annual leave, new headquarters offices (in 2007), easy access via public transport, flexibility in the way we work and nice people to work with - over 80% of our staff would agree.

Chief Executive

Rugby Borough Council

Warwickshire

c£90,000

Chief Executive required.

Executive Director

Yorkshire Forward

Yorkshire & Humberside

c. £90,000 plus benefits

Reporting to the Chief Executive this role will be responsible for achieving one of our most challenging aspirations: ensuring we connect people, especially those most disadvantaged, to jobs.

Assistant Executive Director

Liverpool County Council

Merseyside

£85,000

Working with an involved local community, you will maximise the opportunities presented by fresh funding and new ideas, re-engaging key stakeholders and strengthening mission-critical partnerships.

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You will receive a range of excellent benefits including 33 days' annual leave, new headquarters offices (in 2007), easy access via public transport, flexibility in the way we work and nice people to work with - over 80% of our staff would agree.

Are the other 20% just miserable gits or are they the lowest paid 20%, excluded from fat cat saleries and pensions?

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Most pointless job of the week

Compact Commissioner

West Midlands

£100,000

The Commissioner will play an active role in connecting our diverse stakeholders - overseeing partnership arrangements, arbitrating on specific cases, as well as driving forward a shared agenda.

WTF does this mean? I have no idea! :unsure:

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All jobs at £62,000

1. Chief Social Work Officer, Aberdeen City Council

2. Head of Health and Social Care, Aberdeen City Council

3. Head of Planning and Policy for Services to Children and Young People, Aberdeen City Council

4. Head of Culture and Learning, Aberdeen City Council

5. Head of Economic and Environmental Sustainability, Aberdeen City Council

Wow - i live in Aberdeen and every single person I have come acroos seems retarded. I would like to meet hte people who get paid this much money!!

No wonder when people come to aberdeen they comment on how many new (expensive cars) like BMW X5, sports cars, hummers (i kid you not) are kicking around!!

Time for a pay rise and promotion me thinks!

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Compact Commissioner

West Midlands

£100,000

The Commissioner will play an active role in connecting our diverse stakeholders - overseeing partnership arrangements, arbitrating on specific cases, as well as driving forward a shared agenda.

:huh:

Thank god I found the following, this clears up the matter :-

"Role Description

Purpose of the Role

The Commissioner fulfils a non-executive role, accountable to the Home Secretary for the work of the Commission, and is responsible for leadership of the Commission, strategic and policy development in line with the priorities set by the Government and the discharge of its statutory requirements."

Ahhhh..

Edited by BuyingBear

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Seen an ad for oxon county council, one of the benefit is Private medical cover,

wtf ?

Many public sector unions provide private medical cover, including those covering NHS nursing staff etc. Well, you wouldn't want to be stuck in one of those bloody NHS places would you! These people know how bad these places can be... they work there! :lol:

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