Seven fat cat director jobs up for grabs at Sheffield City Council – paying up to £154,000

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The agency is promoting two directors – “City Futures” and “Operations Services” – who pay between £ 127,000 and £ 154,000.

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It also wants five directors over £ 91,000 for Economic Development, Investment and Climate Change, Street Scene and Regulations, Heads of Picking and Direct Services.

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Earlier this month, the agency forecast an overrun of its revenue budget of £ 43.4 million.

Under the heading ‘Incredible Futures Made in Sheffield’, the job ad reads: “From stainless steel to medical prosthetics, yesterday’s inventions were just the beginning. Now is the time to define tomorrow.

“We are one of the UK’s leading cities with an exceptional history and a reputation to build on. We are supporting our communities and companies out of the pandemic, fighting inequalities, celebrating our employees and cultures and brimming with innovation and inventions. “

The job advertisement.

City government employees also have access to “a wide range of benefits, from a generous retirement plan to a tax-free bike”.

The agency’s website states that the local government’s pension system is a “valuable part of your salary and compensation package”.

Full-time employees receive 25 days of vacation per year, which is increased to 30 days after 5 years of uninterrupted service, as well as public holidays.

The website adds, “We have programs that can help you improve your work-life balance, including earning additional annual leave (proportionately for part-time workers) within a certain period of time.

“You can also apply for a career break (for more than 12 months of uninterrupted service) or a temporary reduction in hours. This depends on the service requirements.

“As an employee of Sheffield City Council, you have the right to request flexible working hours and there are several ways you can improve your work-life balance, such as:

“You can access specials and discounts, including gym discounts, parking discounts, shop discounts, Northern Rail discounts, and the Vodafone Advantage program, where you can save up to 30 percent on monthly packages.”

In addition, the authority offers discounted private health insurance as well as discounted yoga, circuit and group cycling before and after work in the health and wellness area in the Moorfoot building.

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Thanks very much. Nancy Fielder, editor.