Mark Serwotka tells us all that there is no room for cuts. Oh Noes There Ain\’t!
Today in Brighton more than 1,000 Public and Commercial Services Union representatives from across the UK will debate plans to launch a massive campaign of resistance against what we expect will be the deepest, most damaging public spending cuts since Margaret Thatcher sharpened her axe and laid waste to millions of people\’s livelihoods and the services they turned to for help.
On the side of the page is a Guardian public sector job ad:
Group Manager Community Cohesion
# Salary: £47,907 – £51,741
Join us and you\’ll head up a dedicated team of Community Development and Equalities and Diversity Officers who are working hard to bring diverse communities together. Drawing on your leadership skills, you\’ll equip and manage this team, measure their success and provide them with the training and motivation they need.
We\’ve a variety of projects currently underway, from supporting the strategic development of a thriving third sector locally, to preparing to transfer some of our community halls as assets to community associations. We are also consulting on a Single Equality Scheme for the Council with the range of equalities for a we commission.
Your role will be to oversee all of the above, while driving our service forward and achieving measurable success. Make no mistake, this role is more than just policy and commissioning, it\’s about influencing key stakeholders and developing innovative solutions to a unique set of challenges.
No room for cuts, eh?