Monday, June 05, 2006

Climate Change Co-ordinator...North East Assembly

This was the advert in the Guardian
Climate change is perhaps being initiated by the amount of hot air being produced in bodies such as the North East Assembly which has a direct effect on the North East micro-climate creating instability in weather patterns.
The increase in sunshine hours recorded may be due to the fact that certain North East Assembly members think that the sun also shines out of their own arses and this has a double effect by being reflected by the pallid skins of those assembly members who dare not show their faces in daylight after the drubbing they got in the 2004 referendum.

The job described below shows that these people have no shame and continue their with their arrogant agenda whilst holding the overtaxed public in total and utter contempt.

I am sure that 'information gathering' exercises will be required to Greenland's melting glaciers, the volcanic regions of South East Asia. Studies of orogenesis in South America and the effects of denudation in China will also be required...all requiring 'indirectly attended members' to accompany the Climate Control Co-Ordinator in order to gain first hand experience.

North East Climate Change Co-ordinator
Location: Tyne & Wear
Salary: £30,000 - £35,000
Date posted: 30 May 2006
Closing date: 16 Jun 2006

Salary: £30,000 - £35,000

One year fixed term appointment or secondment with the possibility of extension.

The North East Assembly is seeking to appoint a Regional Climate Change Co-ordinator to drive forward regional awareness, commitment and action on climate change issues.

The post will be jointly funded by the Environment Agency, the North East Assembly and the Government Office.

This is an exceptional opportunity to contribute to and influence the developing climate change agenda.

The main role will be:-
- To co-ordinate action to address climate change issues in the North East, including the production of a Climate Change Action Plan
- To promote climate change awareness and embed climate change issues in strategies and programmes at the regional, sub-regional and local level
- To develop an information base about climate change activity in the North East and to communicate this within the region and the UK

To be successful you must have excellent communication and representational skills. It is also important to have a good knowledge and understanding of climate change issues and their relevance to public and private sector strategies and programmes. You should be educated to degree level in a relevant discipline, and/or have other significant experience of working on strategies to address climate change.

Interview date: 6.7.06
Our aim is to be an equal opportunities employer. We welcome all applications, regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, sex, disability, sexual orientation, age, or religion or belief.

All applications will be considered solely on merit.

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