North East Lincolnshire Council was formed in 1996 and provides around 450 different services to the citizens of the borough. It is run by the Council Management Team, working alongside the Council’s political leadership, which comprises a Leader, Deputy Leader and Cabinet, the decisions of which are all overseen by a number of Scrutiny Committees and Full Council.
The Council Management Team is:
|Deputy Chief Executive (Strategic Director Resources)
|Strategic Director Governance and Transformation
|Strategic Director Environment, Economy and Housing
|Strategic Director People and Communities (Interim)
|Head of Finance and Assets (Chief Finance Officer)
The Council’s directorates
The Council’s organisational structure and directorate functions are available in the downloads section of this page. The Council's workforce profile can be found on our Equality in employment page.
The Council's Statement of Accounts and the Budget Summary and Medium Term Financial Plan which includes the net budgets for each directorate can be found on the Council's website.
Senior management salaries
In accordance with the Government’s transparency agenda the Council is committed to being as open and transparent as possible in how it uses public money. Part of this transparency is the publishing of how much each of our Senior Management team earn.
The Council is a large organisation, with a demanding role and we need the best people in place to deliver our services. We have to balance fair rewards for responsibilities undertaken and the need to be able to recruit and retain skilled senior managers, with the need to obtain good value for money for taxpayers. The posts of our senior managers are locally determined. However, salaries are reviewed annually in accordance with the national pay award for Chief Executives, Chief Officers and those on NJC rates.
Details of the salaries earned by the Council’s Management Team can be found in the downloads section in our Pay Policy Statement.
The Councils Statement of Accounts provides details of the individual remuneration of senior employees and figures for the number of officers whose remuneration was £50,000 or more, grouped in £5,000 bands (Remuneration in this Note is consistent with the definition included in the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2011).
As well as working with the Care Trust Plus, Humberside Police, and Humberside Fire and Rescue, the council works with a number of other partner organisations to deliver services to the community. These include the Shoreline Housing Partnership, which provides and manages affordable housing within the borough; Sport & Leisure Management, which manages leisure centres and sports venues in the borough; Balfour Beatty work alongside the council in the planning and delivery of physical regeneration, property and technical services in North East Lincolnshire; and Serco who are the council's strategic partner for the provision of school improvement and the strategic management of special educational needs (SEN) and inclusion services.
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