Job opportunities available for Levers when he leaves the RN

#1
With his fine command of English and the ability to include a cuss word in every sentence I am wondering what the afterlife holds for Levers. Where would his talents be appreciated?

How about for starters:

1. Butlins redcoat, after a week with Levers every kid would be proficient in many and varied uses of colourful English

2. Customer services help desk. After a couple of weeks or so complaints would fall to an all time low

3. British Ambassador to Zimbabwe. I think he would be perfect in the role.

Any more suggestions. This time no profanities please. Levers uses enough for us all

STANDING BY FOR INCOMING!
 
#2
Re: Job opportunities available for Levers when he leaves th

If no one wanted him after 22 years, who the hell would be interested in a blinkered, stuck in a rut old has been after 30 years?
 
#3
Re: Job opportunities available for Levers when he leaves th

1. Shower maintainer for a Catholic High school for girls. :)

2. Attendant at a Help desk for BT in Bangalore.

3. Diplomatic corps in Basra.

4. Sub editor for the Collins dictionary.

5. Stay in the RN for another 30 years and make it to CPO just in time for a full pension.
 
#4
Re: Job opportunities available for Levers when he leaves th

Community support officer on Bridgemary estate. He already speaks the language.
RoofRat
 
#7
Re: Job opportunities available for Levers when he leaves th

PR Officer for the Swilly promotion board?

Sorry buddy but you have asked for this.
 
#12
Re: Job opportunities available for Levers when he leaves th

Whilst I must admit that some ot the suggestions are quite amusing, I think you are all being most unkind. Dear levers is just as well adjusted and normal as the rest of us, and I am sure his undoubted talents will suit some poor unfortunate employer when he leaves the service.

Peter
 
#13
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Speechwriter for trendy New Labour multi-cultural politicians.

He'll have to employ a proof reader to remove the swear words, though. Or can that be justified out of the public purse?
 

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