Corporate Management Team
Our Corporate Management Team consists of corporate directors who represent our main directorates. They provide:
- the managerial leadership and direction of the council
- the formal response to Cabinet policy direction
- council-wide policy and initiatives for Cabinet consideration
- co-ordination and commissioning of council-wide activity, planning, programme management.
They are responsible for a budget of £2.4 billion and more than 12,000 staff (excluding school staff). They lead a complex organisation that works in partnership with other public agencies, local business and the voluntary and community sector.
Who they are
Find out more about the people who run your council services, including details of their salaries and expenses, through the links below.
Head of Paid Service
Corporate Director of Strategic and Corporate Services
Includes finance, human resources, information and communication technology, governance and law, property and infrastructure support, policy and strategic partnerships, and business intelligence.
Corporate Director of Education and Young People's Services
Includes preventative services, education planning and access and education quality and standards.
Corporate Director of Social Care, Health and Wellbeing
Includes commissioning, specialist children's services, older people and physical disability, learning disability and mental health and public health.
Corporate Director Growth, Environment and Transport
Includes economic development, highways, transportation and waste and environment, planning and enforcement.
Corporate Director of Finance and Procurement
Includes finance, audit and risk and procurement.
Corporate Director of Engagement, Organisation Design and Development
Includes human resources, organisational development and health and safety.
Director of Public Health
Includes health improvement, health protection, intelligence and research and commissioning and performance.
Director of Governance and Law
Includes legal services and compliance, supporting the council's decision-making and overview and scrutiny processes and ownership of risk.