Thursday, July 10, 2008


'Jobs for the boys !'


Two plum jobs advertised on the London BNP website.


"The reality is that the jobs are already taken, this is a legal formality that the GLA requires elected representatives to advertise the jobs outside to the general public.


Simon Darby will be on £26,278 while Emma Colgate gets the £29,001 and Rod Gordon is the Policy Adviser on about the same.


I don't think Darby will need the bicycle, but it's a long ride to North Wales! "
From our London correspondent:
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Greater London Assembly
Job Opportunities at City Hall
By Greenwich ⋅ July 8, 2008 ⋅ Email this post Email this post ⋅ Print this post Print this post ⋅ Post a comment
PA to British National Party Assembly Member

£26,278 pro rata – 22.5 hrs per week

Providing high-class secretarial, administrative and information support, you’ll be helping a BNP Assembly Member Richard Barnbrook perform his role effectively. You’ll also act as an interface with various public, private and community organisations across London. This calls for successful related experience (especially in networking and forming working relationships), the ability to operate in a sensitive political environment and all the necessary secretarial and office technology skills.

In addition to a good salary package, we offer an attractive range of benefits including 30 days annual leave, interest free season ticket and bicycle loan and final salary pension scheme.

Closing date for receipt of completed applications: noon, 18 July
2008

Full details HERE
Researcher to British National Party Assembly Member

£29,001

Providing high-level research and constituency support, you’ll be helping BNP Assembly Member Richard Barnbrook. You’ll assist in keeping constituents informed about the work of the Assembly and take on a research and policy brief.

The successful candidate will have a high degree of political awareness to provide high quality support. It follows that you will need demonstrable ability to build relationships across professional boundaries, handle sensitive issues and obtain data from a range of sources. Previous experience working with high profile individuals in a pressurised environment will be essential. You will also need strong analytical, interpersonal and research skills and a sound grasp of standard office systems.

In return we offer an attractive range of benefits including 30 days annual leave, interest free season ticket and bicycle loan, final salary pension and incremental salary scheme.

Closing date for receipt of completed applications: noon, 18 July
2008

6 comments:

Essex Boy said...

Does Colgate get a bit more than Darby for services rendered to Eddy Butler?

Anonymous said...

As these people began working for Barnbrook before the jobs were advertised, does it mean the BNP has broken the law?

Anonymous said...

Darby only spends 2 days a week in London.

Anonymous said...

alan not rod gordon

Anonymous said...

Is this some sort of sickness joke? Rod Gordon a "policy advisor". HAHAHAHA help us all quickly. Much thanko. Bye

Anonymous said...

Hold on please. Somebody steady me arse quickly. Did I read that Rod Gordon is a policy advisor? Sickness prevails in our wonderful world. Good luck and hope. Baaaa

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