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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.

'Together Women' job of the week

Together Women Project Managers

HOME OFFICE

Yorkshire & Humberside, Yorkshire & Humberside

£38,166 - £51,749

You will be responsible for the contract management of the project, working closely with local stakeholders, ensuring user engagement, and reporting to the local project board and the national Together Women Programme Board.

Bringing democracy to fire fighting

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.

Assistant nanny job of the week

Deputy Director Children's Services

SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL

Tyne & Wear

£92,000

The key elements of the job will be to build integrated services, working closely with partners and achieving cultural changes across the organisation.

Playground supervisor of the week

Head of Early Childhood

LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY

North London

£55,310 - £61,943 p.a

This post will lead and integrate the services of three teams: Quality and Inclusion; Training and Workforce Development; and Children's Centres in a drive to further improve outcomes for young children in Haringey.

Cabinet job of the week

Executive Director

COLCHESTER BOROUGH COUNCIL

Essex

£87K

As a member of the Executive Management Team, you will be jointly responsible, along with the Cabinet, for the strategic leadership and development of the organisation.

'Lets give ourselves new job titles and fat pay rises abuser of the week'

Director of Community Services, BEDFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Up to £103,458 + £10k statutory payment

Assistant Director,Corporate Services, BEDFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL, Up to £79,788

Assistant Director,Customer Services, BEDFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL, Up to £79,788

Assistant Director,Financial Strategy, BEDFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL, Up to £76,904

Maladministration of the week

Maladministration of the week goes to HM Revenue and Customs for giving away £1.8 Billion pounds by accident.

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.

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.

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.

Director of Research, AUDIT COMMISSION, Greater London, Midlands, CIRCA £90K

Director of Studies, AUDIT COMMISSION, Greater London, CIRCA £90K

Director of Studies, AUDIT COMMISSION, Midlands, CIRCA £90K

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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.

'Together Women' job of the week

Together Women Project Managers

HOME OFFICE

Yorkshire & Humberside, Yorkshire & Humberside

£38,166 - £51,749

You will be responsible for the contract management of the project, working closely with local stakeholders, ensuring user engagement, and reporting to the local project board and the national Together Women Programme Board.

Bringing democracy to fire fighting

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.

Assistant nanny job of the week

Deputy Director Children's Services

SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL

Tyne & Wear

£92,000

The key elements of the job will be to build integrated services, working closely with partners and achieving cultural changes across the organisation.

Playground supervisor of the week

Head of Early Childhood

LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY

North London

£55,310 - £61,943 p.a

This post will lead and integrate the services of three teams: Quality and Inclusion; Training and Workforce Development; and Children's Centres in a drive to further improve outcomes for young children in Haringey.

Cabinet job of the week

Executive Director

COLCHESTER BOROUGH COUNCIL

Essex

£87K

As a member of the Executive Management Team, you will be jointly responsible, along with the Cabinet, for the strategic leadership and development of the organisation.

'Lets give ourselves new job titles and fat pay rises abuser of the week'

Director of Community Services, BEDFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Up to £103,458 + £10k statutory payment

Assistant Director,Corporate Services, BEDFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL, Up to £79,788

Assistant Director,Customer Services, BEDFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL, Up to £79,788

Assistant Director,Financial Strategy, BEDFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL, Up to £76,904

Maladministration of the week

Maladministration of the week goes to HM Revenue and Customs for giving away £1.8 Billion pounds by accident.

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.

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.

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.

Director of Research, AUDIT COMMISSION, Greater London, Midlands, CIRCA £90K

Director of Studies, AUDIT COMMISSION, Greater London, CIRCA £90K

Director of Studies, AUDIT COMMISSION, Midlands, CIRCA £90K

I really shouldn't read these-they make my blood boil (and it is still boiling from watching Dianne abbott on Question Time last night).

Angry Scooter :angry:

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Don't forget they'll all get final salary pensions and retire at 60 when the rest of us will have to work til 70+

Unless they mess up their job and then they can retire at 55 with a fat payoff

To all who vote NU lab - this is what you get - jobs for the (public school) boys

CS

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Get a public "service" job and you will feel much better. :rolleyes:

that is what p11ses me off, they do not do public services. I have to wait for more than two weeks to get an appoinment with nurse at 9:00 Am(that is the earliest possible they start work) for blood test(didnt even take one minute). Then I have to drive for more than 70 minutes each way to get to work to pay my tax to keep this people in the "PUBLIC Service Jobs".

PS: My chlostrol level is going up purley due to this jobs :)

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