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For some reason, local authorities are now advertising very few senior jobs on the website! I wonder why?

Sadly tax abuse exists at all levels.

Tax abuser of the week

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.

Nanny job of the week

(making sure that the Leicester community eat enough greens and are in bed by 10)

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.

'Mainstreaming equality and diversity' job of the week

(how do we let these idiots get away with this?)

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.

'Competing with the NHS' job of the week

National Advisor - Healthy Communities

Improvement and Development Agency

Greater London

£68,000 - £80,000 p.a

Working with the new Healthy Communities Team, you will be involved in supporting the development of effective products and programmes, and will translate the concept of healthy communities into a practical reality.

Other tax abusers

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.

Director of Olympic Opportunity

London Development Agency

Greater London

£86k

Director of Olympic Opportunity is required to ensure London maximizes the possibilities for sustainable development offered by the Games.

Strategy and Policy Director

BLACK COUNTRY CONSORTIUM

West Midlands

c£70,000 p.a.

You will create and sustain the strategic and policy input required to deliver our 30-year vision of urban renaissance.

Director of Learning

Cambridgeshire County Council

Cambridgeshire

£78,800 - £89,300

As a key member of the team led by our Deputy Chief Executive for Children and Young People's Services, you will lead our work to develop our services in learning and achievement across the 0-19 age range.

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Think I read somewhere recently that the mountain rescue service was turned down for a national lottery grant because they don't rescue enough ethnic minorities. Says everything you need to know about the mindset of these people.

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Think I read somewhere recently that the mountain rescue service was turned down for a national lottery grant because they don't rescue enough ethnic minorities. Says everything you need to know about the mindset of these people.

:angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:

Are they saying that our country side attractions lack colour?

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Gratifying to see that the standard of English is improving as well. Having been prompted into action by Billy's other "grammar" thread: "you will see to it"?? "you will be very corporate"?? Since when has "mainstream" been a verb? "Opening services and careers up" - a juicy split infinitive there. Perhaps they should offer £100k for a new advertising copywriter?

Oh, and "improving the life chances of EVERYONE in Leicestershire" has to be a tall order surely?

Pedant Perrin (awaiting flaming about his own poor grammar of course)

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