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Strategic Director of Adult Social Care and Health

Nottinghamshire County Council

Nottinghamshire

Circa £113,000

You will bring a strong vision and the leadership skills and determination to lead change and inspire and support staff. It is essential that you bring a sharp customer focus and a collaborative, inclusive style of working.

Most useless job of the week

Head of Democratic Services

Coventry City Council

West Midlands

c£61k

Looking after the state employees' pensions job of the week

Chief Executive

London Pensions Fund Authority

West London

c.£120,000

Manage the executive team and provide leadership to the organisation directly and through others. Lead the strategic long-term development of LPFA. Promote the LPFA, raising its profile with stakeholders and acting as its chief ambassador.

Mockery just seems inadequate for this one

Senior Strategy & Partnerships Manager

ESSEX CC

Up to £48,957 p.a. + up to 15% PRP + Car Allowance

The successful delivery of public services necessitates working in a joined-up way with our partners. The recent negotiation of a Local Area Agreement for Essex is an example of the increasing recognition that to make a real difference to the lives of the people we serve we need to work much more closely with other organisations across the County. At the same time, it is important that joint working in partnerships adds real value and does not become another bureaucratic burden. Your job is to make sense of this!

'Behaviour services' job of the week

Head of Behaviour Services

City of Westminster Council

Central London

£50,994 - £55,605 p.a plus benefits

You will be responsible for the effective leadership and operational management of the LEA's Behaviour Services.

'New job titles and fat pay rises for everyone' abuser of the Week

Peterborough City Council

£60-73K Head of Planning Services

£60-73K Head of Strategic Growth and Development

£60-73K Head of Finance (Contract Services)

£60-73K Head of Culture and Recreation

£60-73K Head of ICT

£60-73K Head of Performance and Programme Management

£55K Business Manager (Chief Executive)

£55K Business Manager (Children's Services)

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Peterborough City Council

£60-73K Head of Planning Services

£60-73K Head of Strategic Growth and Development

£60-73K Head of Finance (Contract Services)

£60-73K Head of Culture and Recreation

£60-73K Head of ICT

£60-73K Head of Performance and Programme Management

£55K Business Manager (Chief Executive)

£55K Business Manager (Children's Services)

How come all these jobs are up at the same time? Have they just created them for the purposes of providing super generous welfare payments to people who can't get real jobs, or has there been some sort of mass exodus. Quite frankly, I bet they could put the salary at half that, and get suitable candidates. It really is a mockery.

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Head of Democratic Services

Isn't that Tony Blair's job? (PM). Don't bother applying for this one though, I hear they've already got a candidate lined up, a Mr. Brown.

Head of Behaviour Services

Sounds like something out of A Clockwork Orange.

At the same time, it is important that joint working in partnerships adds real value and does not become another bureaucratic burden. Your job is to make sense of this!

:lol::lol::lol::lol:

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Do you have a job? If you do, then you seem to have a hell of a lot of time on your hands.

I doubt it takes Dog long to cut and paste a list from the guardian jobs website.

Do you work for the council?

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Dog, Do you have a job? If you do, then you seem to have a hell of a lot of time on your hands.

Get a life! p

It takes about 10 a week (thank you for your interest).

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