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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.

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Head of Regeneration

Veredus

North East

c. £95,000

You will forge strong partnerships, articulate objectives, place the emphasis firmly on delivery, results and tangible success.

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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.

BSF Project Director

Hull City Council

Yorkshire & Humberside

£100k

Enabling schools to offer a better education, you will increase skills and confidence across the board, ultimately enhancing local employment and prosperity. You will see to it that we get the best possible deals with developers.

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.

Director of Tower Hamlets 14 to 19

London Borough of Tower Hamlets

East London

c £90k plus benefits

As the first Director, accountable to the Partnership board, you will play a pivotal role in getting the EIP up and running so that it is fully operational by September 2007.

Head of Adult Services

Oxfordshire County Council

Oxfordshire

£92,565 plus benefits

Your first priority will be to develop a vision and strategy in partnership with your NHS Colleagues for the service before translating these into achievable plans.

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.

Head of Regeneration

Veredus

North East

c. £95,000

You will forge strong partnerships, articulate objectives, place the emphasis firmly on delivery, results and tangible success.

Assistant Director - Specialist Services

Tribal Executive Resourcing

Berkshire

£73,257 -£82,047 p.a.

Contributing to the strategic leadership and management of our Specialist Services management group, you will enable us to achieve key goals relating to Every Child Matters and children's social care.

Corporate Directors

Mansfield District Council

£75k

Corporate Directors required.

Assistant Director - Highways

Gatenby Sanderson

Staffordshire

£64,038 (under review)

Reporting to our Assistant Chief Executive Regeneration and Heritage, Steve Smith, you will complete our team in a directorate which can truly and tangibly contribute to the overall wellbeing of the City.

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Some of the descriptive words used in these are just obscene. Almost impossible to believe these are laregly small time council management roles:

Assistant Director - Highways : Reporting to our Assistant Chief Executive Regeneration and Heritage

Assistant Director - Specialist Services : Strategic leadership and management of our Specialist Services management group

"Give this person I'm recruiting a fat package a grandiose title and make it all sound very business like and it in turn makes me look important."

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Dog, in future can you include links to the job adverts so we can apply for them. :)

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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.

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Tax abuser of the week

Assistant Director - Highways

Gatenby Sanderson

Staffordshire

£64,038 (under review)

Reporting to our Assistant Chief Executive Regeneration and Heritage, Steve Smith, you will complete our team in a directorate which can truly and tangibly contribute to the overall wellbeing of the City.

It looks like this Steve Smith has a fat cheque book of Tax-payers money top spend. As well as the above grandiouse position he's also looking for Assistant Director - Economic Regeneration & Heritage

Stoke on Trent is a City with huge potential and ambition. Improving the quality of life is the top priority for the City Council. We are working hard......where everyone can benefit from increased prosperity and growth. The groundwork has been done to make this vision a reality - structures fit for purpose, private sector interest, funding regimes identified and a supportive political environment. We're on the starting block, but need key players to join the team.......Reporting to our Assistant Chief Executive Regeneration and Heritage, Steve Smith....

In other words "we've got a blank cheque from the government and we need you to spend it.....local tradesmen (private sector) are ready and willing to burn your budget."

Don't get me wrong i'm not some hard line capitalist (well okay I am)..... but I do feel strongly for the re-generation of deprived areas of UK..........However there is only one way to do this. Make it compelling for private sector industries to locate there and employ people.......you can do this through Tax incentive policies, no corporation tax, business rates, employer NIC's. You just can't do it by erecting a phallic sculpture in the town centre and setting up a womens drop in centre.

For those with a penchant for wasting money on useless phallic artworks apply here:

http://jobs.guardian.co.uk/browse/senior-e...-1114001-2.html

And before one of the Nu Labour looney lefties on here says it yup I do know the cost of every piece of phallic artwork but not the value of it...................

Edited by BTLOptingOut

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Trouble is it's not just the salaries for these public sector workers.........there's the hidden (un-funded) cost of their pension schemes.....that bill comes later and has to be met by our kids, through taxation due to our ineptitude.

Thing is these public servants are a troublesome lot too.....none of this private sector business of where if you cause a fuss you get sidelined or worse sacked, union activity is wholeheartedly encouraged.

Local rag this week:

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HUNDREDS of public sector workers in Basingstoke joined more than a million employees across the country in a day of strike action on Tuesday.........The action was organised by unions in protest against Government plans to change the Local Government Pension Scheme by abolishing rules allowing .........average retirement age has been 58.

FFS not only has Brown raided our private sector pension schemes to the tune of £5B per annum (£45B since 1997) to fund the salaries of all these new "key" workers he's also jeopordising our kids futures through future taxation to fund the pension burden these workers will be expecting.

Edited by BTLOptingOut

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WAL can't keep up with these anorexic dogs. I'd eat that little thing for breakfast!

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i think the kids have had enough. i think the kids will have a meeting. and take control.

Most of my politically aware peers are obsessed with petty things like the size of your 4x4, micro-turbines that are out performed by a hamster on its wheel, and similar tree-huggery.

I despair sometimes, Pavlov would be proud.

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i went to a meeting the other day on a job for a public sector body. the financing of the scheme for new offices was so late that I and a contractor had to sit round a table with the client and guess how much it would all cost. I bet the clown in charge of the public sector department earns more than me. Basically most public sector management is not worth a cup of cold p@ss.

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