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There are very few job advertisements and only minor tax abuse infringements this week. Does this suggest that local and central government have stopped their abusive ways with tax payers money? Or is it that they setting an example in work/life balance and not any work over the summer.

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Oh! What a shame!

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Normally I focus on grossly overpaid jobs. There still plenty of utterly pointless jobs on lower (but still excessive) salaries.

This has nothing to do with local councils. Violence is a matter for the police

Domestic Violence Strategic Co-ordinator

CORNWALL COUNTY COUNCIL

Cornwall

Grade K £28,578 - £34,986 p.a.

The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Community Safety Strategic Group wishes to appoint a Domestic Violence Strategic Co-ordinator.

This has nothing to do with local councils. Safety is a matter for the HSE

Safety & Licensing Manager

LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM

West London

£46,500

Reporting to the Regulatory Services Manager you will provide direction and operational management for the council's Health and Safety and Licensing function, which includes our corporate safety team. With three football grounds, two major exhibition centres.

Neighbourhood Renewal Officer

BOLTON COUNCIL

North West

£20,895 - £26,928

You will have a significant role to play in helping to ensure that Neighbourhood Renewal and other relevant LAA targets are met and that we are able to demonstrate the difference we are making.

Delivery Manager - Equality and Inclusion

TRANSPORT FOR LONDON

Greater London

c. £55,000 plus benefits

Internally, you will deliver a highly cohesive workforce, whilst externally ensuring an accessible and safe transport system for everyone in London.

Neighbourhood Manager

BRADFORD DISTRICT COUNCIL

Yorkshire & Humberside

£38,307 - £41,397 pa

This is your chance to spread the word, speak your mind, and ensure that we know what local people want, and can influence what they get.

District Centre Managers

LONDON BOROUGH OF CROYDON

South London

c£31,000 pa

You will be an ambassador for one of several District Centres, working with local business partners and Croydon Council to initiate and co-ordinate an action plan to deliver economic growth to a geographical area.

Safer & Stronger Communities Team Manager

BOURNEMOUTH BOROUGH COUNCIL

Dorset

£35,772 to £39,132

Your job will be to ensure the Council supports and develops the community sector, provides real opportunities for community engagement, adheres to and develops the Voluntary Sector Compact.

Senior Development Manager

MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL

Greater Manchester

£36,636 - £39,132

You will have the ability to work with senior people from all sectors, excellent organisational and interpersonal skills, and the experience and commitment for turning development vision into reality with a 'can do - will do' attitude.

Information Sharing Project Officer

SOUTHEND-ON-SEA BOROUGH COUNCIL

Essex

£36,636 - £42,468

You will lead the development of information sharing in partnership with all agencies and gain multi-agency support to develop a common approach with children and young people and their families.

Dance Project Coordinator

LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM

West London

Consultancy fee £14,520 per annum

To develop and coordinate dance networks, marketing, professional development opportunities and schemes and programmes across West London Momentum wish to appoint a freelance consultant...

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I cannot wait to see the look on their faces when the money runs out and these Oh so important people realise they have Fck all skills and will be on the scrap heap of life.

Dance Coordinator indeed, all at taxpayers expense they should be put up against a wall and shot.

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I cannot wait to see the look on their faces when the money runs out and these Oh so important people realise they have Fck all skills and will be on the scrap heap of life.

Dance Coordinator indeed, all at taxpayers expense they should be put up against a wall and shot.

Well at least the Dance Coordinator doesn't get payed much, and that's kind of a useful skill in private industry, now the "Real Nappy coordinators" and "5 a day coordinators" on the other hand get payed a lot more...

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I cannot wait to see the look on their faces when the money runs out and these Oh so important people realise they have Fck all skills and will be on the scrap heap of life.

Dance Coordinator indeed, all at taxpayers expense they should be put up against a wall and shot.

it is quite shocking isn't it. blatant job creation that stalin would have been proud of. and they say labour has changed. i don't think so.

trouble is , one of the reasons why the labour government wil be hard to shift is that all these new "non-jobbers" are doing very nicely thank you very ,much out of the government largesse, and any whiff of "tory cuts" (as if it would be a bad thing) and they'll all go scuttling in to vote in Blair again or worse still the ever cheery and personable Gordon Brown.

PS Have you noticed that Gorden Brown has recently had TV training and has been told to smile, he now can do a fixed grimace (but he always remembers to do it at the wrong moments, rather like he's been fitted with a mechanical smile apparatus which has malfunctioned). Weirdo.

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Domestic Violence Coordinator? A job that involves coordinating domestic violence? Easy. Dish out free booze to half the unemployed married (sorry , how old fashioned, I meant partnered/significant othered/common-lawed) males on the estate in the morning, and the other half in the afternoon. This would prevent police overstretch in responding to domestic incidents in the small hours and focus said incidents to sociable hours, thus saving money on police overtime.

"Things can only get better", I believe the election jingle went. How 9 years can rush by.

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