It's all change at the top of the region's quangos.
Advantage West Midlands is on the hunt for a new "motivated and innovative" board member.
And the West Midlands Business Council - a lobby group of independent business representative organisations seeking "to speak together with one voice on the key issues across the region" - is searching for a new chairman.
Development agency AWM says it wants "an outstanding individual with a first-rate business background and a real knowledge, understanding and passion for the region and its people".
It goes on: "They will need to be a strategic thinker, an excellent networker and a leader in their field. It is an extremely rewarding role through which board members have the opportunity to give something back to the region and make a real, long-term difference."
And in case this hasn't inspired you yet, here's the spin from a couple of existing board members.
John Crabtree, a former senior partner at Wragge & Co and vice president of Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said: "I believe there is a critical need to coordinate and marshal the substantial resources coming into the West Midlands and ensure they are targeted at driving real economic change."
Diane Rayner, a county and district councillor, added: "I get enormous satisfaction from the results of the Agency's work. I am stopped by people in the street who have benefited from AWM's activities, and, when people come to me with issues, I can say with total confidence - Advantage West Midlands can help you with that."
But, it seems, white middle class males needn't bother applying.
The job description goes on: "The West Midlands is a vibrant, diverse and multi-cultural region and Advantage West Midlands wants its board to reflect this. Currently minority ethnic candidates and women are underrepresented at this level - something the Agency is keen to address."
As for the West Midlands Business Council - one of the many pressure groups jockeying for the ear of the Government - it is looking to replacing retiring chairman, John Hart.
So here's the WMBC spiel... "This is a senior position - working with Ministers, MPs, local government and senior civil servants in Britain and Europe.
"Since the organisation was established three years ago we have achieved practical action on transport, skills and crime - amongst many top business issues.
"At the heart of the country a united business community can do so much to make the quality of life of every person in the West Midlands region even better.
"That is why we are searching for a high quality individual to fill this unique role."
Unique? For once, I think I agree...perhaps time to call in David Attenborough to examine this new species of human.
Planet Quango. Now that would be a great programme.