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Golden Trough Award

Executive Director, Children's Services

LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL

Merseyside

£152,360 plus benefits

You will be responsible for all our Children's Services, reporting directly to the council's Chief Executive and Executive Board.

Silver Trough Award

Council Manager and Chief Executive Officer

TRIBAL CONSULTING

Staffordshire

£150,000

Council Manager and Chief Executive Officer

Joined up agile best in class job of the week (please send your application to Miss Jargon Spewer)

Director of Communications

OFFICE OF FAIR TRADING

Central London

£90,000 plus benefits

You will model and encourage all the behaviours needed to deliver a joined-up and agile communications team that is very much 'best in class'.

Other Tax Abusers

Chief Executive

SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL

West Midlands

£145K

As our Chief Executive, with 6 towns within your remit, you'll take total responsibility for the delivery of service at perhaps the most exciting time in our very diverse history.

Chief Executive

THURROCK COUNCIL

Essex

c£130K

In this immensely exciting, important and challenging role, you'll take Thurrock forward during one of the biggest periods of change in its history. It will be up to you to put our area on the map.

Director of Children & Education

VEREDUS EXECUTIVE RESOURCE

Wiltshire

£113, 000 - £125,000

You will identify the potential of commissioning services from partners and continue to seek innovative and effective ways of providing efficient support to our children and young people.

Director of Community Services

VEREDUS EXECUTIVE RESOURCE

Wiltshire

£113, 000 - £125,000

You will have the imagination to build on our Beacon Status for 'Getting Closer to Communities' and to exploit the opportunities for services which are truly community based, spanning libraries and heritage and community safety as well as adult care.

Director of Children, Learning and Young People

COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL

West Midlands

£113,000 - £118,000 pa

You'll be joining a 3 star authority with glowing JAR, OfSted and other reports, and where Education, Social Services, the PCT and the Chief Executive all share the same high goals and are already working successfully together.

Group Director. Community & Children's Services

RHONDDA CYNON TAF COUNTY BOROUGH

Wales

£108,000pa

Professionally qualified and well versed in the agenda for the modernisation of local government, you will bring at least three years' experience of running a major service at Assistant Director or Chief Officer level.

Assistant Director, Specialist Children’s Services and Safeguarding

LB SOUTHWARK

Greater London

Package of up to £100k

Awarded “Most Improved Council 2005”, Southwark is on the up. And as we bring together our new Children’s Services Department, we have rising ambitions to build a better future for our children and young people.

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What a f@cking excellent thread series. When you first posted one of these I thought it was just for shock / novelty value, but you really have stuck with it. Bloody well done. remeber, the site will get new posters and members on a regular basis so keeping TAOW current is a real must. Why the hell this isn't pinned I can't imagine.

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by way of balance, I would like to point out that the majority of council employees are not especially well-paid.

However, this does not necessarily make them particularly good value for money, given some of the behaviour I have heard about. I think they have been institutionally compensating for their (historically, perhaps less so now) lower salaries with shorter hours, more holidays, more sickies and more thumb-twiddling, grumbling and roll-up smoking.

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What a f@cking excellent thread series. When you first posted one of these I thought it was just for shock / novelty value, but you really have stuck with it. Bloody well done. remeber, the site will get new posters and members on a regular basis so keeping TAOW current is a real must. Why the hell this isn't pinned I can't imagine.

Thanks!

by way of balance, I would like to point out that the majority of council employees are not especially well-paid. However, this does not necessarily make them particularly good value for money, given some of the behaviour I have heard about. I think they have been institutionally compensating for their (historically, perhaps less so now) lower salaries with shorter hours, more holidays, more sickies and more thumb-twiddling, grumbling and roll-up smoking.

Fair point. I have only respect for hard working, committed and fairly paid public servants. Unfortuneatly they are a rare breed these days. The quality of service from public servants just gets worse and worse. We have lost public WCs, weekly bin collections are being phased out and if you phone a council office before 10 or after 3, the phones don't get answered. Every week we hear stories about shambolic public services. This week it was the collapse of the child support agency. Last week it was the loss of £1.3 billion wasted in bogus family credit payments.

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:blink: Is that the economy? Is that what the government spends my hunney taxes on? :blink:

Well, look at it this way: it beats giving £2 - 5bn per annum away to VAT fraudsters ... shame they do that as well...

VAT scams 'cost UK £5bn' in last fiscal year claims guardian

Soaring VAT fraud is significantly inflating the UK's export growth figures

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TRIBAL CONSULTING

Is this missionary work in the wilds of Staffordshire?

(I knew a missionary once, he said it was an interesting position.)

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TRIBAL CONSULTING

Is this missionary work in the wilds of Staffordshire?

( :lol: )

Don't be daft. This is what they do, from their website :

"Tribal has brought together teams which have been providing high level support and advice to the UK public sector for more than 20 years. We are the largest adviser to the UK and Irish public sectors, employing over 500 consultants working from 50 offices nationwide.

We work with central and local government and public bodies across the full range of public services and in all key areas of policy and are contracted in 15 out of 16 categories under the Office of Government Commerce’s S-CAT framework contract.

We are in tune with the public sector’s desire to reform and are working every day as change agents in education, housing, local government, health, regeneration and central government.

At Tribal we believe we have brought together an unrivalled management consultancy capability to assist with some of the largest change management programmes in Europe.

Our aim is to provide high quality services which lead to fundamental changes in the planning and delivery of public services. We are not just advisers; we are also helping public sector reform by providing turnaround management interventions in areas of greatest need."

Clear?

Look, it's simple, they will promote a matrix management structure via a comprehensive change-management framework, migrate to the success zone through vertically intergrated, spoc-ed departmental pipes, improving productivity by downsizing through natural wastage and blamestorming thus delivering the mindset of the fourth level of change.

Okay?

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Look, it's simple, they will promote a matrix management structure via a comprehensive change-management framework, migrate to the success zone through vertically intergrated, spoc-ed departmental pipes, improving productivity by downsizing through natural wastage and blamestorming thus delivering the mindset of the fourth level of change.

Put like that it seems so obvious now. I need to starting thinking "outside the box" more often.

I feel such a fool. :(

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