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Some have suggested that these exorbitant salaries are necessary to get the right people. So, where did the recruitment process go wrong for The Home Office, the Child support agency, DPP, HM Revenue etc etc.? They just to go from one crisis to the next. Any why are minor functionaries in local councils allowed to pay themselves 3X the going rate (and I am not fooled by the grand and fatuous job titles).

Tax abuser of the week

Chief Executive

CITY AND COUNTY OF SWANSEA

up to £150,000 plus PRP

As our new Chief Executive you will work with Members on our continuing journey to realise the Council’s objectives and to ensure we fulfil our role in achieving the vision shared with partners for Swansea to be a distinctive European city by 2020.

Home office jobs of the week (and we know good they are)

Director of Policing Policy & Practice (£ Substantial six figure salary plus bonus)

Chief Information Officer (£ Substantial six figure salary plus bonus)

Director of HR (£ Substantial six figure salary plus bonus)

Director of Resources (£ Substantial six figure salary plus bonus)

Director of Support to Policing Operations (£ Substantial six figure salary plus bonus)

Most pointless job of the week

Policy, Information and Change Management Manager

CARMARTHENSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

Wales

£50,718

The role will require a sound understanding of the expectations resulting from relevant legislation, an empathy for the advantages of partnership working and the ability to manage change in a coherent, structured way.

Other tax abusers

Director of Adult Social Care and Health

LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

Leicestershire

£120,000 plus benefits

As Director, you will lead the Council's strategic response to the recent White Paper, embracing the public health agenda and building on our good relationships with the NHS.

Strategic Director - Services for Older People

DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

Derbyshire

£102,951 - £113,247 per annum

Your challenge will be to lead the integration and development of our services for older adults. You will forge shared objectives, implement cultural change and evolve new working practices to meet the challenges ahead.

Chief Executive

North East Derbyshire District Council

Derbyshire

£106,000

You'll need to be a strategic thinker with the integrity to win the trust of colleagues and external partners alike. You'll also have the people skills - including a sense of humour - to work as a genuine member of the team.

Chief Executive

WEST DUNBARTONSHIRE COUNCIL

West Scotland

£105,782 plus benenfits

Your role will be to provide the vision, strategic direction and leadership necessary to continue the development of services which improve the economic, educational, social and environmental well-being of the communities we serve.

Head of Legal and Democratic Services

LONDON FIRE & EMERGENCY PLANNING AUTHORITY

West London

£100,000

A qualified solicitor or barrister, probably with experience in the public sector, you will need excellent leadership and influencing skills, the ability to provide clear advice on complex issues.

Head of Operations

HEALTHCARE COMMISSION

Circa £100k

SEIZE THIS DYNAMIC ROLE ON THE BOARD AT THE HEART OF REGULATING HEALTHCARE

Chief Executive

Mole Valley District Council

Surrey

£100k plus benefits

We are seeking an inspirational leader to take us into the future and further develop partnership working.

Director of Community Services

BEDFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

Bedfordshire

Up to £103,458 + £10k statutory payment

Bedfordshire is a place to truly make your career. We are an organisation that is rapidly transforming itself and we need charismatic leaders who can champion a customerfocused, performance-centred culture and enable us to become the three-star authority we have the determination to be. So do you have what it takes to be one of our leading lights?

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