Communications Overload at the NHS Primary Care Trust
Posted by jorbell on November 23, 2009
You couldn’t make this up:
Head of Communications
£42252 – £49852 per annum
Our client, an NHS Primary Care Trust, based in east London is looking for a Head of Communications to join their Team. The role will report directly to the Assistant Director of Communications and will be responsible for managing the Communications Manager.
Quoting the Tax Payers’ Alliance (TPA) where the advertised job is described in full.
As you can read in the comments, it’s the hierarchy of command which is the most astonishing thing about this role: They have a Director of Comms, an Assistant Director of Comms, a Head of Comms, and a Comms Manager. How can that be justified?