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....... admitted in the Evening Standard he was highly paid for doing "not much". As commissioner Mr Kiley formerly got £2.8m a year.

Two top NHS officials received almost £500,000 in early retirement at a time when hospital jobs and services were being cut to save money, it was revealed today.

BMA survey

The BMA's version:

only 34% of the public thought a decade of reform had made the NHS any better, while 42% thought there had been no improvement.
The Healthcare Commission's version:
survey of more than 80,000 NHS patients showed that 92% rated the care they received as good or excellent

Quarter of NHS trusts miss targets for superbug

Better exam results are smoke and mirrors, says thinktank

Fertility watchdog facing £1m bill for raids on clinic

Golden Trough Award

Director of Children, Education & Families

THURROCK COUNCIL

Essex

£135k

As the head of our service, you'll give Thurrock's children a brighter future - embedding a culture where everyone can realise their full potential, and grow up with nothing to hold them back.

Silver Trough Award

Director of Children and Young People's Services

WIGAN METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL

Greater Manchester

circa £120,000

As part of a strong leadership team you will work with Councillors who are ambitious and focused to make lives better and futures brighter.

Democratic services job of the week

Head of Democratic Services

LONDON BOROUGH OF HOUNSLOW

West London

Up to £47,758 (pay award pending) Plus annual bonus subject to performance

This post plays a key role at the heart of the Council's corporate and political environment, leading more than 20 staff supporting the work of...

Most pointless job of the week

Joint Head of Cohesion and Communities

GOVERNMENT OFFICE FOR YORKSHIRE AND THE HUMBER

Yorkshire & Humberside

£38,563 - £52,811 per annum plus benefits

Joint Head of Cohesion and Communities (Grade 7) Required

Other tax abusers

Assistant Director - Mental Health and Learning Disabilities

LONDON BOROUGH OF WANDSWORTH

Central London

£72,418 - £118,000 plus benefits

You will be involved in every aspect of our work, but will specifically focus on enhancing our provision for people with mental health problems.

Assistant Director - Older People and Sensory and Physical Disability Services

LONDON BOROUGH OF WANDSWORTH

Central London

£72,418 - £118,000 plus benefits

You will develop our re-ablement pilot scheme, which helps people for six weeks after they leave hospital. Building strong links with the voluntary sector and local PCT.

Assistant Director - Support Services

LONDON BOROUGH OF WANDSWORTH

Central London

£72,418 - £118,000 plus benefits

You will join a major department with complex systems, massive budgets and extensive data management requirements. It will be your responsibility to build on the groundwork we've already put into place, and maintain the momentum of positive change.

Borough Solicitor and Secretary

LB HACKNEY

Central London

£96,190 - £108,945 p.a. inc.

Taking a proactive role in establishing best practice and providing advice across the organisation, you'll be required to deliver exceptional managerial leadership and oversee our new services.

Assistant Chief Executive

LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY

North London

£100k

This role offers you an opportunity to influence both the performance and perception of Haringey - two of the key elements by which we are measured.

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This comes as a no surprise when you have a fat, bloated, inefficient government.

Whoever keeps voting these idiots in; must either have an IQ below their shoe size - or be a member of Brown's "Super Rich Club"! :angry:

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Guest Bart of Darkness
As part of a strong leadership team you will work with Councillors who are ambitious and focused to make lives better and futures brighter.

Which I guess is true, the lives and futures in question being the holder of that post and their various associates on the council who also have their snouts in the same trough.

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You see these public sector salaries, yet you wonder why house prices are so high?

There's thousands of £100K+ jobs around in the public sector at the moment, these people laugh at HPI - they're immune to it, they can buy what they want, knowing they have guaranteed pay rises, year in year out, cast iron job security and pensions.

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"Councils have been urged to learn lessons from the fallout of the £304,000 payoff deal offered to a top executive in East Lothian.

The local authority came under fire for the decision to award chief executive John Lindsay the money following a restructuring of the council.

Mr Lindsay, 60, was offered a one-off redundancy payment of £149,000 just months before he was due to retire.

He was also to get a retirement sum of £155,000 and £55,000 a year pension."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/edinbu...ast/6252848.stm

:angry:

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"Councils have been urged to learn lessons from the fallout of the £304,000 payoff deal offered to a top executive in East Lothian.

The local authority came under fire for the decision to award chief executive John Lindsay the money following a restructuring of the council.

Mr Lindsay, 60, was offered a one-off redundancy payment of £149,000 just months before he was due to retire.

He was also to get a retirement sum of £155,000 and £55,000 a year pension."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/edinbu...ast/6252848.stm

:angry:

This should be a matter for the police, it is corruption.

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