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Very few jobs this week (just over half the normal level)

Golden trough award

Chief Executive - NHS Primary Care Trusts

NHS EMPLOYERS

England

c.£99k to c.£142k plus benefits

This is your opportunity to lead a PCT and spearhead reforms in local health systems, ensuring delivery through effective partnerships, leading to sustainable community development.

Rigsby job of the week

Chief Executive

BERNESLAI HOMES

Yorkshire & Humberside

£92k

As our Chief Executive, you will start by building on our successes to date, but we are looking to you to make sure that good things happen. You will have the autonomy to change and shape the organisation.

Most pointless job of the week

Head of Delivery and Development

LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE

East London

£53,154 - £56,106

Changes, Challenges and Difficult Decisions - take a closer look

Second most pointless job of the week

Head of Cultural Services

LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE

East London

£49,557 - £52,257

Changes, Challenges and Difficult Decisions - take a closer look

Jargon spewer of the week

Senior Performance + Information Manager – Children and Young People’s Services

SURREY CC

Surrey

£45,534 - £55,119

We take young people's futures very seriously. To this end, it's essential that our integrated Children's Service and Surrey Children and Young People's Strategic Partnership are performing as well as it possibly can. You role will be to ensure the implementation of a strong performance culture and building a strong evidence base to inform future developments.

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As our Chief Executive, you will start by building on our successes to date, but we are looking to you to make sure that good things happen.

:lol: Control of Time and Space and causality for £92k? A bargain I'd say.

We take young people's futures very seriously. To this end, it's essential that our integrated Children's Service and Surrey Children and Young People's Strategic Partnership are performing as well as it possibly can. You role will be to ensure the implementation of a strong performance culture and building a strong evidence base to inform future developments.

:blink: Quality nonsense.

As our Chief Executive, you will start by building on our successes to date

Notice that it's never "you will get us out of a mess of our own making".

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Here's one:

http://www.jobs.nhs.uk/cgi-bin/vacdetails....80624&vn=16

Interim HR Director

Human Resources Bristol £80 - £90 pa - circa Fixed Term Temporary 17-Aug-06 /

01-Sep-06

Joining an NHS Trust going through significant and exciting change is a superb opportunity for an experienced HR Director. Working closely with the Chief Executive you will have an executive role shaping the future of the Trust and be responsible for driving the people management agenda towards delivering a major new hospital in 2013. This role has a dual remit – drive the Trust forward by creating and implementing HR initiatives which link closely to the strategy, and secondly work closely at operational HR level to reshape services across the Trust now, and drive productivity upwards.

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