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This week's Golden Trough award

Chief Executive

BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN BOROUGH COUNCIL

Central London

£150,000

We have high levels of deprivation, an ongoing challenge of community cohesion in a highly diverse borough, and a continuing need to secure inward investment and regenerate.

This week's Silver Trough award

Chief Executive

WARRINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL

Greater Manchester

£140,000

Internally, you'll need to bring together information and resources from across the Council, combining it all to turn our ambitions into reality and policy decisions into managerial achievement.

This week's Group Trough award

Director of Children's Services, ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL, £120k

Director of Adult & Community Services, ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL, £120k

Director of Environment and Neighbourhoods, ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL, £100k

Lets give ourselves new job titles and big pay rises

Head of Commissioning and Business Support, HULL CITY COUNCIL, £82k

Head of Learning, Leisure and Achievement, HULL CITY COUNCIL, £82k

Head of Safeguarding and Development, HULL CITY COUNCIL, £82k

Head of Skills and Employability, HULL CITY COUNCIL, £71k

Funniest and most pointless job of the week

Assistant Director - Communications and Consultation

HAPPENING IN HACKNEY Central London

£77,222 - £82,038 p.a

Working closely with the Mayor and Cabinet, you'll provide vital direction, support and advice to all directorates. And you'll see to it that everything we do is supported by firstrate communication strategies.

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Director of Children's Services and Lifelong Learning

TRIBAL CONSULTING

West London

c£125,000

Your role will be to bring considerable energy, real vision and fresh thinking to the integrated children's agenda with its key components of education and safeguarding.

Corporate Director of Adult and Community Services

LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM

East London

£125,500

With this in place, you'll be ideally placed to optimise public health, community cohesion and cultural diversity for every single member of the community. Everything's ready for you, each team knows what it's doing.

Deputy Director of Children's Services, Education

LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK

South London

£125k

You will be a champion for all five Every Child Matters outcomes in a community of huge diversity and potential, and where we are really taking on the challenges of urban renewal.

Chief Executive - Bradford District

BRADFORD DISTRICT COUNCIL

Yorkshire & Humberside

Circa £110,000

To succeed in this role you will be a natural leader with excellent business acumen and the ability to manage resources in order to provide a high quality service.

Head of Achievement and Inclusion

REDCAR AND CLEVELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL

North East

£93,000

We are looking for someone who has a proven track record in raising educational standards, particularly in a secondary setting, and can build on a range of inclusion initiatives.

Director of Kent Highway Services

KENT COUNTY COUNCIL

Kent

at least £100,000

WE'VE COME A LONG WAY. NOW DRIVE US FURTHER. Kent has long been known as the 'Garden of England', thanks to the great quality...

Director of Design for London

LONDON DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

Greater London

£100k

We are looking for an exceptional and energetic leader to set up this new unit, and quickly establish its reputation as a facilitator of projects, an influencer of policy and a forum for exhibition, debate and discussion.

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So you want Directors to be paid like any other normal person? Whats the point in that, they would all just go into the private sector.

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This week's Golden Trough award

Chief Executive

BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN BOROUGH COUNCIL

Central London

£150,000

We have high levels of deprivation, an ongoing challenge of community cohesion in a highly diverse borough, and a continuing need to secure inward investment and regenerate.

Call me old fashioned, but shouldnt the chief executive of Blackburn council work in Blackburn and not Central London?

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So you want Directors to be paid like any other normal person? Whats the point in that, they would all just go into the private sector.

do u need a direcotr post for that job is the question here

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So you want Directors to be paid like any other normal person? Whats the point in that, they would all just go into the private sector.

These calibre of people would never be offered senior positions in the private sector.

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So you want Directors to be paid like any other normal person? Whats the point in that, they would all just go into the private sector.

Not true at all

Most people working for councils are a$$ licking yes men/gays and the like and in the private sector they would not stand a chance of getting a job but would be better placed working for the Mafia.

It’s Labours way of rewarding it’s members for towing the party line and it all comes out of the working mans taxes.

Scum parasites are going to kill the golden goose if it’s allowed to continue.

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