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Higher Executive officer, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions.
Some 13 Higher Executive Officers and 78 Senior Officers/ Executive Officers of the Civil Service were awarded their Certificate following the completion of the Award Courses dispensed by the University of Technology, Mauritius (UTM).
Newcastle); Mrs Lynn Goossens Higher Executive Officer, Child Support Agency, Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission, Department for Work and Pensions.
The DVLA story broke last year when the company planned to sack 14 staff, including a higher executive officer, and discipline 101 with some receiving final warnings At the time sources at the centre, where the work is mainly clerical, blamed "boredom" for the pornographic email "game".
Stephanie Diane Blackman - Higher Executive Officer, Department for Work and Pensions (Ormskirk).
Ms Laila Hoge, Higher Executive Officer, Parliament of Norway 35.
RATES OF PAY: Junior doctor: pounds 17,202; Taoiseach: pounds 111,203; Minister: pounds 88,747; Hospital Consultant: pounds 75,000 approx; District Court Judge: pounds 54,801; Principal Officer Civil Service: pounds 51,529; TDs: pounds 38,035; Higher Executive Officer Civil Service: pounds 25,131; Staff Officer Civil Service: pounds 21,345; Trainee nurses: pounds 15,300; Senior nurses (after 13 years service): pounds 22,339; Garda: after 13 years pounds 20,910.
Also honoured today are Major Philip George Verdin, of Canon Pyon, Herefordshire, who is made an OBE for services to the Royal British Legion and to agriculture in Herefordshire; Mr Kenneth Trevor Mills - a former higher executive officer at the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food in Worcester, who is made an MBE; Mr Eric Hassall from Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire, who is made a CBE for his services to the British Geological Survey.