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Tax Abuser Of The Week.

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Tax abuser of the week

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.

Inclusivity job of the week (no skill or experience required)

Assistant Director Inclusive Communities

Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council

Greater Manchester

£75,000

Working closely with colleagues and stakeholders, you will help the Council develop multi-disciplinary services, promoting social inclusion and making sure that all our communities get the chances they deserve.

Lets all have new job titles and fat pay rises abuser of the week

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

Most pointless job of the week

Compact Commissioner

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.

Assitant to the most pointless job of the week

Chief Executive

Compact Commissioner

West Midlands

£65,000 -£80,000

The Chief Executive will work closely with the Commissioner, contributing to the formulation of strategy and policy and leading on corporate planning and delivery.

Other tax abusers

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.

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.

Assistant Director Finance and Performance

London Borough of Brent

North London

£87,507 - £102,951

You will be responsible for (wasting) a gross budget in excess of £230m, including the Dedicated Schools Budget of over £176m, which has the second highest per pupil funding increase in the country over the next two years.

Director of Transportation

London Borough of Brent

North London

£82k

Driving our work in this area, you will manage and motivate a team, acting as our principal advisor across all transport and highways matters.

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.

Operations Director

HADRIANS WALL HERITAGE

Northumberland

£80K plus benefits

Whilst establishing the smooth running of our systems and processes, you'll also play a pivotal part in determining our investment priorities and commitments and securing the funding sources necessary to deliver our objectives.

Foxtons???? (ask to be paid in cash)

Sales Opporutnity (Real Estate Brokers)

Foxtons International

South London, Central London

circa £35,000 - £90,000.

The ideal candidate will preferably have experience in the overseas property markets working with developers and international buyers.

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Dog I do appreciate these weekly posts of yours albeit I do find them very depressing.

Where do you find these job advertisments? Are they available publicly or (more likely) are they just internally advertised 'jobs for the boys'.

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Dog I do appreciate these weekly posts of yours albeit I do find them very depressing.

Where do you find these job advertisments? Are they available publicly or (more likely) are they just internally advertised 'jobs for the boys'.

The Guardian job site.

http://jobs.guardian.co.uk/browse/senior-executive/index.jsp

Don't spend too long on this site though. I have undergone special training to go on this site without going mad (and even I cannot last more than 10 minutes).

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The Guardian job site.

http://jobs.guardian.co.uk/browse/senior-executive/index.jsp

Don't spend too long on this site though. I have undergone special training to go on this site without going mad (and even I cannot last more than 10 minutes).

For everyones information 'dog' has undergone years of specialist hardcore HPC ops training to achieve these undercover infrequent posts. Don't question them! :lol::P

sB

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Nooooo! not Hadrians Wall again! Is there nowhere a bit more 'public' where these can be posted to point out to folk how their money is being squandered?

Better still we should all forward our CVs with a ridiculous covering letter...

I mean what the hell is a 'Compact Commissioner' FFS? Applicants over five foot two need not apply..? 33 days' holiday?? What the hell?

And if I see the words 'stakeholder', 'diversity' and 'inclusion' again in job ads I think I'll be off to the loony bin!!

Keep up the good work dog, even though it makes me want to weep these posts have that 'car-crash-don't-want-to-look-but-can't-help-it' factor!

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