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Senior salaries

Information about what our senior employees are paid

List of roles and responsibilities for senior employees earning 50,000 and above

The roles at this level are to ensure the achievement of the council's strategic and service outcomes through an effective, efficient and high performing delivery model.  To lead a range of service units/functions as may be assigned at any one time ensuring that they are able to respond and adapt to the strategic commissioning agenda whilst achieving value for money, meeting community needs and securing high quality customer service. Other director roles involve managing finance, HR, property and procurement areas. A high degree of role flexibility will be expected along with managing the associated budgets.

Lead Commissioners, Outcome Managers and Public Health Consultants lead the commissioning and public health teams to improve outcomes for service users and deliver the council's plans, priorities and strategies to achieve value for money, consistent with good practice. They carry collective accountability with Directors and other senior managers for the achievement of the council's strategic and service outcomes along with managing the associated budgets.

Commissioners are responsible for two broad areas of work:

  1. Strategic oversight of existing delivery arrangements (contract management of Service Level Agreements with internal Delivery units and contracts with external providers)
  2. Driving change (commissioning, de-commissioning and re-commissioning activities)

Senior managers with the responsibility for operational services ensure the achievement of the council's strategic and service outcomes through an effective, efficient and high performing delivery model. They act as operational leads for a range of service functions; Fire & Rescue Service, Safeguarding & Children's Care, Adult Social Care, Education, Learning & Libraries, Trading Standards, Civil Protection, Public Health, Registration and Coroner's Service. They lead and manage relevant service units in responding to the strategic commissioning agenda whilst achieving value for money, meeting community needs and securing high quality customer service along with managing the associated budgets.

Senior managers lead and manage the following professional and technical support functions; Finance, ICT, Legal, People Services, Property and Strategy & Challenge. They ensure the achievement of the council's strategic and service outcomes through an effective, efficient and high performing support function. They lead and manage relevant teams in responding to the council's strategic agenda whilst achieving value for money, meeting community needs and securing high quality customer service along with managing the associated budgets.

The council has an Appointments Committee in place for senior managers' pay, which ensures that we can scrutinise, challenge and approve the pay and remuneration of the council's senior managers.  Further details can be obtained from the council's Pay Policy Statement.

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