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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.

Most hilarious job of the week

Head of Staff Engagement and Leadership Visibility

Department for Work and Pensions

Greater London

£44,260 - £56,810

Most pointless job of the week

Assistant Director, Diversity and Equality

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

West London

£60,000 - £70,000

Reporting to the FCO Director of Human Resources, the Assistant Director, Diversity and Equality will lead, develop and deliver the FCO equality and diversity strategy both at home and abroad.

Most irrelevant job of the week

Environment and Climate Change Co-ordinator

Transport for London

Greater London

c.£50,000

Environment and Climate Change Co-ordinator required

Tweedle-Dum and Tweedle-Dee jobs of the week

Director (Networks)-Initiating, Developing and Supporting Networks, Higher Education Academy £62,250-£67,925

Director (Institutions)-Developing and Supporting Institutions Higher Education Academy £62,250 - £67,925

Transformational change job of the week

Head of Transformational Change

Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council

Merseyside

£69,868

Working with all departments, you will act as a catalyst to help embed new systems and ways of working, with a focus on joined-up service provision and the experience of our customers.

Other tax abusers

Group Director of Environment (what group?)

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.

Head of Finance

London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority

West London

c £106,000 p.a.

As a key adviser to the Authority and the Board you will influence our long-term strategy and build essential external relationships with Government, GLA, wider emergency services and local government.

Director of Adult Social Care

Leicestershire County Council

Leicestershire

£105,000

You will be very corporate and an experienced manager, but you must also be dedicated to improving the life chances of everyone in the County.

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.

Assistant Director Finance and Performance

London Borough of Brent

North London

£87,507 - £102,951

You will be responsible for 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.

Principal Equality and Diversity Manager

Birmingham City Council

West Midlands

£51,180 - £60,126

If you understand how to mainstream equality and diversity - opening services and careers up to the million people who live and work in this dynamic and diverse city, we'd like to talk to you.

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Guest Bart of Darkness

A bumper crop this week.

Head of Staff Engagement and Leadership Visibility

?????? :blink:

Does this mean making sure everyone knows who the exalted leader actually is?

Environment and Climate Change Co-ordinator

Transport for London

Who are they going to get, King Canute (poor track record of success but at least he's experienced)

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Guest struthitsruth

A bumper crop this week.

Head of Staff Engagement and Leadership Visibility

?????? :blink:

Does this mean making sure everyone knows who the exalted leader actually is?

Environment and Climate Change Co-ordinator

Transport for London

Who are they going to get, King Canute (poor track record of success but at least he's experienced)

I found this one so incredible, and looked at the job ad and the nub of it is . . . . .

Engaging staff in our change agenda and providing senior management with opportunities to maintain a dialogue with staff

WOW !!! Whatever would any manager do without one ?

:lol:

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Assistant Director, Diversity and Equality

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

West London

£60,000 - £70,000

Reporting to the FCO Director of Human Resources, the Assistant Director, Diversity and Equality will lead, develop and deliver the FCO equality and diversity strategy both at home and abroad.

Does this mean the FCO will diversify away from employing white ex public schoolboys still hungry for the return of the British Empire that they studied in their school days??

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A bumper crop this week.

Head of Staff Engagement and Leadership Visibility

?????? :blink:

Does this mean making sure everyone knows who the exalted leader actually is?

Easy solution...

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Its disturbing that many of the adverts seem to be touting for people of a certain political persuasion. They are effectively warning prospective candidates that they will have to be far left and very PC to fit in. Using the offer of employment (especially at these princely salaries) in such a politicaly biased way is as bad if not worse than selling seats in the House of Lords.

These two jobs just amaze me:

Director (Networks)-Initiating, Developing and Supporting Networks, Higher Education Academy £62,250-£67,925

Director (Institutions)-Developing and Supporting Institutions Higher Education Academy £62,250 - £67,925

They have invented one totally pointless job and then duplicated it. It is almost as if they want to demonstrate that they have the power to do what ever they want with tax payers money.

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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.

:D:D:D

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Its disturbing that many of the adverts seem to be touting for people of a certain political persuasion. They are effectively warning prospective candidates that they will have to be far left and very PC to fit in. Using the offer of employment (especially at these princely salaries) in such a politicaly biased way is as bad if not worse than selling seats in the House of Lords.

These two jobs just amaze me:

Director (Networks)-Initiating, Developing and Supporting Networks, Higher Education Academy £62,250-£67,925

Director (Institutions)-Developing and Supporting Institutions Higher Education Academy £62,250 - £67,925

They have invented one totally pointless job and then duplicated it. It is almost as if they want to demonstrate that they have the power to do what ever they want with tax payers money.

Well it's inventing highly-paid jobs for your mates I reckon. It would be really interesting to see how many of these jobs are awarded to 'internal' candidates, i.e. the best mate of the bloke/bird on the other side of the interview table.

The same kind of thing went on in American high-tecs during the dot com boom wherein everyone was a 'VP' of something or other and these posts were created and filled overnight. Seems to me the same kind of 'nepotism' has come to the UK public sector.

I think a new website is called for to ruffle a few feathers..!

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