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Appointment to the post of Assistant Director of Finance

Meeting: 09/11/2020 - Staffing and Remuneration Committee (Item 5.)

5. Appointment to the post of Assistant Director for Early Help pdf icon PDF 296 KB

In accordance with the Local Authorities (Standing Orders) (England) Regulations 2001 and Part 4 Section K of the Council’s Constitution applicable at the time of advertisement, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee is required to approve the appointment  to the post of Assistant Director for Early Help, following the recommendation of the Interview Panel.

 

Report to follow


Meeting: 23/09/2020 - Staffing and Remuneration Committee (Item 19)

19 Appointment to the post of Assistant Director Safer and Stronger Communities pdf icon PDF 293 KB

In accordance with the Local Authorities (Standing Orders) (England) Regulations 2001 and Part 4 Section K of the Council’s Constitution applicable at the time of advertisement, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee is required to approve the appointment  to the post of Assistant Director Safer and Stronger Communities, following the recommendation of the Interview Panel.

Minutes:

The Committee considered the report of the Director of Environment & Neighbourhoods on the appointment to the position of Assistant Director Safer and Stronger Communities. In accordance with the Local Authorities Standing Orders (England) Regulations 2001 (as amended) and Part 4 Section K, the Committee considered the recommendation of an interview panel, which took place prior to the Committee convening.

 

RESOLVED that

a.         Mr Eubert Malcolm be appointed to the post of Assistant Director Safer and Stronger Communities subject to the objections process of the Cabinet whereby this Committee may only make the offer of appointment of the Assistant Director Safer and Stronger Communities when:

(i) no objection has been made by any member of the Cabinet, or

(ii) if any objection is made, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee has declared itself satisfied that the objection is not material or well-founded.

 

b.         Subject to (a) above, that the appointment of the candidate to the post of Assistant Director Safer and Stronger Communities to be on the salary that is proposed to the Committee by the Member Panel. This will be in the range of £99,600 - £115,800 as set out in the Council’s Pay Policy Statement.

 

c.         Subject to (a) above, any  appointment made will take effect when the appointed candidate accepts in writing the contract of employment offered to him/her by the Council.


Meeting: 24/07/2020 - Staffing and Remuneration Committee (Item 12)

12 Appointment to the post of Assistant Director Strategy, Communications & Delivery pdf icon PDF 308 KB

In accordance with the Local Authorities (Standing Orders) (England) Regulations 2001 and Part 4 Section K of the Council’s Constitution applicable at the time of advertisement, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee is required to approve the appointment  to the post of Assistant Director Strategy, Communications & Delivery, following the recommendation of the Interview Panel.

Minutes:

The Committee considered the report of the Director of Customers, Regeneration and Resources on the appointment to the position of Assistant Director of Strategy, Communications & Delivery. In accordance with the Local Authorities Standing Orders (England) Regulations 2001 (as amended) and Part 4 Section K, the Committee considered the recommendation of an interview panel, which took place prior to the Committee convening.

 

The Committee had interviewed two candidates, and it was noted that both candidates interviewed were of a very high standard and both were appointable.  The Committee therefore agreed that if Rachel Surtees (Candidate A) decided not to accept the role for any reason, that Candidate B would be offered the role.

 

RESOLVED that

i.          Rachel Surtees be offered the post of Assistant Director of Strategy, Communications & Delivery, subject to the objections process of the Cabinet whereby this Committee may only make or approve the appointment of the Assistant Director of Strategy, Communications & Delivery when:

(i) no objection has been made by any member of the Cabinet, or

(ii) if any objection is made, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee has declared itself satisfied that the objection is not material or well-founded;

 

ii.         Subject to (a) above, that the appointment of the candidate to the post of Assistant Director of Strategy, Communications & Delivery will be on the salary that is proposed to the Committee. This will be in the range of £99,600 - £115,800 as set out in the Council’s Pay Policy Statement, and as agreed in the exempt section of the meeting;

 

iii.       Subject to (a) above, any  appointment made will take effect when the appointed candidate accepts in writing the contract of employment offered to him/her by the Council.

 

iv.           In the event of Ms Surtees not accepting the role for any reason, the role be offered to Candidate B.


Meeting: 07/05/2020 - Staffing and Remuneration Committee (Item 5)

5 Appointment to the post of Assistant Director of Finance pdf icon PDF 288 KB

In accordance with the Local Authorities (Standing Orders) (England) Regulations 2001 and Part 4 Section K of the Council’s Constitution applicable at the time of advertisement, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee is required to approve the appointment of the Assistant Director of Finance, following the recommendation of the Interview Panel.

Minutes:

The Committee considered the report of the Director of Customers, Regeneration and Resources on the appointment to the position of Assistant Director of Finance. In accordance with the Local Authorities Standing Orders (England) Regulations 2001 (as amended) and Part 4 Section K, the Committee considered the recommendation of an interview panel, which took place prior to the Committee convening.

 

RESOLVED that

i.          Thomas Skeen be offered the post of Assistant Director of Finance, subject to the objections process of the Cabinet whereby this Committee may only make or approve the appointment of the Assistant Director of Finance when:

(i) no objection has been made by any member of the Cabinet, or

(ii) if any objection is made, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee has declared itself satisfied that the objection is not material or well-founded;

 

ii.         Subject to (a) above, that the appointment of the candidate to the post of Assistant Director of Finance will be on the salary that is proposed to the Committee. This will be in the range of £99,600 - £115,800 as set out in the Council’s Pay Policy Statement, and as agreed in the exempt section of the meeting;

 

iii.       Subject to (a) above, any  appointment made will take effect when the appointed candidate accepts in writing the contract of employment offered to him/her by the Council.


Meeting: 23/04/2020 - Staffing and Remuneration Committee (Item 5)

5 Appointment to the post of Director for Housing, Regeneration and Planning pdf icon PDF 292 KB

In accordance with the Local Authorities (Standing Orders) (England) Regulations 2001 and Part 4 Section K of the Council’s Constitution applicable at the time of advertisement, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee is required to approve the appointment of the Director for Housing, Regeneration and Planning, following the recommendation of the Interview Panel.

 

Report to follow

Minutes:

The Committee considered the report of the Director of Customers, Transformation and Resources on the appointment to the position of Director for Housing, Regeneration and Planning. In accordance with the Local Authorities Standing Orders (England) Regulations 2001 (as amended) and Part 4 Section K, the Committee considered the recommendation of an interview panel, which took place prior to the Committee convening.

 

RESOLVED that

i.          David Joyce be offered the post of Director for Housing, Regeneration and Planning subject to the objections process of the Cabinet whereby this Committee may only make or approve the appointment of the Director for Housing, Regeneration and Planning when:

(i) no objection has been made by any member of the Cabinet, or

(ii) if any objection is made, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee has declared itself satisfied that the objection is not material or well-founded;

 

ii.         Subject to (a) above, that the appointment of the candidate to the post of Director for Housing, Regeneration and Planning will be on the salary that is proposed to the Committee. This will be in the range of £116,100-£134,900 as set out in the Council’s Pay Policy Statement, and as agreed in the exempt section of the meeting;

 

iii.       Subject to (a) above, any  appointment made will take effect when the appointed candidate accepts in writing the contract of employment offered to him/her by the Council.


Meeting: 19/03/2020 - Staffing and Remuneration Committee (Item 38)

38 Appointment to the post of Chief People Officer pdf icon PDF 175 KB

In accordance with the Local Authorities (Standing Orders) (England) Regulations 2001 and Part 4 Section K of the Council’s Constitution applicable at the time of advertisement, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee is required to approve the appointment of the Chief People Officer, following the recommendation of the Interview Panel.

Minutes:

The Committee considered the report of the Director of Customers, Transformation & Resources on the appointment to the position of Chief People Officer. In accordance with the Local Authorities Standing Orders (England) Regulations 2001 (as amended) and Part 4 Section K, the Committee considered the recommendation of an interview panel, which took place prior to the Committee convening.

 

RESOLVED that

i.          Dan Paul be offered the post of Chief People Officer, subject to the objections process of the Cabinet whereby this Committee may only make or approve the appointment of the Chief People Officer when:

(i) no objection has been made by any member of the Cabinet, or

(ii) if any objection is made, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee has declared itself satisfied that the objection is not material or well-founded;

 

ii.         Subject to (a) above, that the appointment of the candidate to the post of Chief People Officer will be on the salary that is proposed to the Committee. This will be in the range of £99,600 - £115,800 as set out in the Council’s Pay Policy Statement, and as agreed in the exempt section of the meeting;

 

iii.           Subject to (a) above, any  appointment made will take effect when the appointed candidate accepts in writing the contract of employment offered to him/her by the Council.


Meeting: 06/02/2020 - Staffing and Remuneration Committee (Item 5)

5 Appointment to the post of Assistant Director for Housing pdf icon PDF 180 KB

In accordance with the Local Authorities (Standing Orders) (England) Regulations 2001 and Part 4 Section K of the Council’s Constitution applicable at the time of advertisement, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee is required to approve the appointment of the Assistant Director for Housing, following the recommendation of the Interview Panel.

Minutes:

The Committee considered the report of the Director of Housing, Regeneration and Planning on the appointment to the position of Assistant Director for Housing. In accordance with the Local Authorities Standing Orders (England) Regulations 2001 (as amended) and Part 4 Section K, the Committee considered the recommendation of an interview panel, which took place prior to the Committee convening.

 

The Committee had interviewed two candidates, and it was noted that both candidates interviewed were of a very high standard and both were appointable.  The Committee therefore agreed that if Robbie Erbmann (Candidate A) decided not to accept the role for any reason, that Candidate B would be offered the role.

 

RESOLVED that

i.          Robbie Erbmann be offered the post of Assistant Director for Housing, subject to the objections process of the Cabinet whereby this Committee may only make or approve the appointment of the Assistant Director for Housing when:

(i) no objection has been made by any member of the Cabinet, or

(ii) if any objection is made, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee has declared itself satisfied that the objection is not material or well-founded;

 

ii.         Subject to (a) above, that the appointment of the candidate to the post of Assistant Director for Housing will be on the salary that is proposed to the Committee. This will be in the range of £99,600 - £115,800 as set out in the Council’s Pay Policy Statement, and as agreed in the exempt section of the meeting;

 

iii.       Subject to (a) above, any  appointment made will take effect when the appointed candidate accepts in writing the contract of employment offered to him/her by the Council; and

 

iv.       In the event of Mr Erbmann not accepting the role for any reason, the role be offered to Candidate B.


Meeting: 31/01/2020 - Staffing and Remuneration Committee (Item 17)

17 Appointment to the post of Assistant Director for Early Help and Prevention pdf icon PDF 182 KB

In accordance with the Local Authorities (Standing Orders) (England) Regulations 2001 and Part 4 Section K of the Council’s Constitution applicable at the time of advertisement, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee is required to approve the appointment of the Assistant Director for Early Help and Prevention, following the recommendation of the Interview Panel.

Minutes:

The Committee considered the report of the Director of Children’s Services on the appointment to the position of Assistant Director for Early Help and Prevention.  In accordance with the Local Authorities Standing Orders (England) Regulations 2001 (as amended) and Part 4 Section K, the Committee considered the recommendation of an interview panel, which took place prior to the Committee convening.

 

RESOLVED that

 

a.         Curtis Ashton be appointed to the position of Assistant Director for Early Help and Prevention on a fixed term contract or secondment basis for a period of 18 months, subject to the objections process of the Cabinet whereby this Committee may only make or approve the appointment of the Assistant Director for Safeguarding and Social Care when:

(i) no objection has been made by any member of the Cabinet, or

(ii) if any objection is made, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee has declared itself satisfied that the objection is not material or well-founded.

 

b.         Subject to (a) above, that the appointment of the candidate to the post of Assistant Director for Early Help and Prevention will be on the salary that is proposed to the Committee. This will be in the range of £99,600 - £115,800 as set out in the Council’s Pay Policy Statement.

 

c.         Subject to (a) above, that this appointment will take effect when the appointed candidate accepts in writing the contract of employment offered to him/her by the Council.


Meeting: 29/11/2019 - Staffing and Remuneration Committee (Item 5)

5 Appointment to the post of Assistant Director for Safeguarding and Social Care pdf icon PDF 230 KB

Report to follow

Minutes:

The Committee considered the report of the Director of Children’s Services on the appointment to the position of Assistant Director for Safeguarding and Social Care. In accordance with the Local Authorities Standing Orders (England) Regulations 2001 (as amended) and Part 4 Section K, the Committee considered the recommendation of an interview panel, which took place prior to the Committee convening.

 

RESOLVED that

 

a.         Beverley Hendricks be appointed to the position of Assistant Director for Safeguarding and Social Care, subject to the objections process of the Cabinet whereby this Committee may only make or approve the appointment of the Assistant Director for Safeguarding and Social Care when:

(i) no objection has been made by any member of the Cabinet, or

(ii) if any objection is made, the Staffing and Remuneration Committee has declared itself satisfied that the objection is not material or well-founded.

 

b.         Subject to (a) above, that the appointment of the candidate to the post of Assistant Director of Safeguarding and Social Care will be on the salary that is proposed to the Committee. This will be in the range of £99,600 - £115,800 as set out in the Council’s Pay Policy Statement.

 

c.         Subject to (a) above, that this appointment will take effect when the appointed candidate accepts in writing the contract of employment offered to him/her by the Council.

 


Meeting: 24/07/2019 - Staffing and Remuneration Committee (Item 5.)

5. Appointment to the post of Head of Human Resources and Organisational Development pdf icon PDF 218 KB

Report to follow


Meeting: 29/03/2019 - Staffing and Remuneration Committee (Item 5.)

5. Appointment to the post of Assistant Director of Finance pdf icon PDF 178 KB

Report of the Director of Corporate Resources to the appointment to the post of Assistant Director of Finance.