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How they spend our taxes

But, champion grizzlers though they are, they show a startling laxity about spending money.

........16% of all students think their courses are poor or very poor, but this rises to nearly 30% among overseas students from outside the European Union who already typically pay £8,000-£10,000

Deadly NHS bug 'underestimated'

Golden Trough Award

Chief Executive

Newham

East London

c £200,000

Someone to instill a sense of vigour, pace, energy, accountability, personal responsibility and confidence throughout the organisation, and total rigour around setting priorities and delivery of outcomes.

Silver Trough Award

Chief Executive

BRENT TEACHING PRIMARY CARE TRUST

West London

Up to £145,000

We are seeking a Chief Executive who shares our passion for that challenge. You will take over an organisation that has embraced the lessons learnt from the Fitness for Purpose review, and has the confidence that comes from successfully tackling fina

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Chief Executive

CITY OF YORK COUNCIL

Yorkshire & Humberside

£130 - £145k per annum plus benefits

You will be an experienced high performing leader in the public or private sector with the ambition and passion to drive this already successful authority and region forward in the future.

Executive Director - Children and Young People

SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL

West Midlands

£125k

We're looking for a highly motivated individual to drive forward children's services in a way that puts children and young people at the heart of what we do.

Chief Executive

ROCHDALE BOROUGHWIDE HOUSING

Greater Manchester

£87,000 - £114,000 plus benefits

To be successful in this role, you must be able to create and communicate a compelling vision throughout the organisation and beyond, drawing on your...

Strategic Director- Corporate Resources

DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

Derbyshire

£102,951 - £113,247 pa

As part of the Corporate management team, working closely alongside the Chief Executive, you will assume corporate and strategic leadership for five priority

Executive Director of Finance and Resources

LEARNING TRUST

Central London

£110,000 plus benefits

Responsible for the sound management of our finances, you'll manage budgets effectively to maximise new investment opportunities.

Assistant Chief Executive (Planning, Performance and Improvement)

LEEDS CITY COUNCIL

Yorkshire & Humberside

£107,000 plus benefits

Reporting to the Chief Executive, the role encompasses the more traditional policy unit area, as well as our customer strategy, equalities, business intelligence, performance management and the Council-wide improvement agenda.

Director of Adult Social Services

WIRRAL MBC

Merseyside

£107,490

Director of Adult Social Services required.

Executive Director

SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL

West Midlands

£107k

We're seeking someone with a passion for partnership working and a proven track record of delivering high quality public services.

Director of Social Services

VALE OF GLAMORGAN COUNCIL

Wales

c. £100,000

A qualified Social Worker, you'll need experience of, and commitment to, change management and high quality service delivery; you'll also need to be a strong leader with well-developed project supervision skills.

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