Inequality Officer Needed

July 06, 2010 12:49 PM


London-Islington-TPAGood to hear that despite talks of cut-backs in the public sector, Islington Council continues to advertise for jobs that stretch the bounds of necessity. According to their website, Islington’s Equality Performance Officer will have responsibility for delivering “commitments to promote the equality of opportunity and reduce the inequality faced by some residents.”


For an annual pay packet of £40,500, they are looking for “an experienced professional to assist in the development of policies and wider organisational initiatives” and “paying particular attention to cross-strand issues affecting all residents”. I do hope they will give special attention to the inequality between private and public sector workers, including widely disparate pensions and pay. That would be worth taxpayers’ money...

Tim Newark, Islington TPA



London-Islington-TPAGood to hear that despite talks of cut-backs in the public sector, Islington Council continues to advertise for jobs that stretch the bounds of necessity. According to their website, Islington’s Equality Performance Officer will have responsibility for delivering “commitments to promote the equality of opportunity and reduce the inequality faced by some residents.”


For an annual pay packet of £40,500, they are looking for “an experienced professional to assist in the development of policies and wider organisational initiatives” and “paying particular attention to cross-strand issues affecting all residents”. I do hope they will give special attention to the inequality between private and public sector workers, including widely disparate pensions and pay. That would be worth taxpayers’ money...

Tim Newark, Islington TPA


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