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Local government Chief Officers’ remuneration 5 1 Inquiry background 1. This inquiry was prompted by concerns that senior staff in local councils have received excessive pay rises at a time of financial austerity and constrained council budgets. Recruitment of chief officers and chief executives Recruiting senior managers in local government is a resource-intensive exercise, often fraught with political sensitivities, requiring market knowledge of the local government employment sector. Local authority chief officers agree two-year pay deal Pay settlement includes a commitment to produce guidance on workloads and stress UNISON members in England and Wales who are covered by the joint negotiating committee for local authority chief officers have voted to accept a two-year pay deal, giving them a 1% pay rise on basic salaries. Our Leaders' Committee - which consists of the leaders of London's 33 councils - meets at our London Bridge office to discuss and agree policy issues of importance to Londoners and their councils. Each year, Leaders' Committee elects a chair, deputy chair and vice-chairs for the organisation, as well as an executive and lead members for our key.
Mary Harpley joined the GLA as Chief Officer in September Mary has previously held a number of roles in local and regional government as: Chief Executive, London Borough of Hounslow; Chief Executive, Cherwell District Council; and Corporate Director at Advantage West Midlands, the former Regional Development Agency for the West Midlands. Councils are deleting the job of chief executive and sharing the responsibilities between officers and elected members Fri 14 Oct EDT First Author: Nick Morrison. Effective community and political engagement to enable development for the public and private sectors. Raising profile through integrated campaigns across traditional and social media. Protecting and enhancing reputation and strengthening relationships with political, business and stakeholder audiences. Creative, engaging and informative design Location: 59½ Southwark Street, London SE1 0AL. Lambeth Council has released figures showing that staff are paid a salary of £50, or more. The highest earner is new Chief Executive Sean Harriss, who is able to trouser £, The lowest salary paid by Lambeth Council is £16, per annum. The data has been released ahead of Full Council on Wednesday evening.
Our corporate management team provides leadership and direction to the Greater London Authority (GLA) Paid Service. Our corporate management team consists of the following individuals: Mary Harpley, Chief Officer of the GLA. Ed Williams, Executive Director, Assembly Secretariat. Sarah Mulley, Executive Director, Communities and Skills. Pay offer is a two-year pay deal from 1st April to 31st March Who doesn't this apply to? Staff on Craft Red Book terms, staff on Chief Officer Terms, or staffs coming under any pay arrangements other than the NJC Green Book. For example, staff working in academies which do not follow green book terms and conditions. From to , local authority chief executives’ median annual earnings rose by 75%, almost twice as high as that for all other full-time employees across all grades and sectors. The increase was even higher for NHS senior managers, who saw their pay double in the same period. Local Government Association 18 Smith Square London SW1P 3HZ Tel: [email protected] Address for correspondence: UNISON Centre Euston Road London NW1 2AY Tel: [email protected] To: Chief Executives in England, Wales and N Ireland (copies for the Finance Director and HR Director).