Saturday, May 1, 2010

Seems the troops at the Department of Climate Change aren't happy either

Though what I want to know is, what are all the people there earning close to $300,000 a year doing to actually justify salaries like that at a time when this country has gone from having a $20 billion surplus to a $60 billion deficit?

Even public servants in the department most devoted to the Leftist faith have had enough of the deceit, arrogance, chaos and weakness:
Public servants in the Climate Change Department were assured as late as Tuesday morning that the Government’s emissions trading scheme was going ahead as planned, even though reports of the scheme’s demise had already appeared in that day’s press…

Now staff are both scared for their futures and angry at being misled by their own bosses.

‘’Either management was lying on Tuesday morning or they didn’t know themselves what was going on,’’ one source told The Canberra Times yesterday.

‘’Up until this week, everything was urgent and had to be done in a hurry. People put their lives on hold at the whim of the Prime Minister.’’  [Suckers]

Is the Rudd Government offering these jobs, or is the ad just running for the laughs it now gives?
Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency Closing date: Monday, 24 May 2010
Job Title: Graduate
Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time
Salary: ~ $55,330
Location: Canberra | ACT
Classification: APS Level 3

The Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency is now recruiting for the 2011 Graduate Development Program. We are seeking up to 30 graduates from all disciplines who want to make a contribution to developing and implementing Australia’s climate change policy....

Climate change is one of the most complex policy challenges facing Governments today. The Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency is a dynamic new organisation at the forefront of developing and delivering the Australian Government’s response to this critical environmental issue. The Graduate Development Program provides the successful candidates with an exciting opportunity to work at the forefront of this significant environmental global issue, where you will gain extensive exposure in the delivery of Australian Government responses, whilst working as part of a dynamic multifaceted organisation.
What exactly would these 30 bright young zealots on $55,000 a piece actually do now?

There's more at the link.

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