1. Corporate Leadership Team
The senior management structure is currently under review. Interim arrangements were put in place from 14 May 2018 and this page will be updated when new permanent structure has been agreed. The details below covers the interim arrangements.
The interim arrangements remove the previous structure of the Corporate Leadership Team and Corporate Leadership Team (extended). They have been replaced by an interim Strategic Leadership Team (SLT) supported by a Corporate Management Team (CMT).
SLT consists of the Managing Director with four strategic heads of service. They are: the Interim Head of Corporate Services/Section 151 Officer, Interim Head of Commercial Services, Interim Head of Operations and Interim Head of Service Delivery and Improvement.
They are responsible for the managerial leadership and direction of Teignbridge and work in partnership with elected councillors to action policy direction and decisions made by the Executive and Full Council and deliver outcomes set out in the Council Strategy.
CMT comprises SLT, the two Business Managers, Head of Devon Building Control Partnership, Audit Manager, Interim HR and Organisational Development Manager, Communications Officer, Democratic Services Manager/Monitoring Officer, Leisure Manager, Waste Manager, Revenue and Benefits Manager, Environmental Protection Manager and Food, Health and Safety Manager.
CMT report into their respective heads of service or the Managing Director and are the operational managers of their services. Their focus is on cost, quality, productivity and value for money for all our customers and providing efficient and effective services that maintain our high customer satisfaction levels. This ensures we are fit for the future and continue to meet the challenges of reducing resources, increasing customer demands and expectations, working with other organisations and keeps providing the best service and services possible.
This team leads the work of all Teignbridge staff as they deliver vital local services; co-ordinate with public sector partners, private and voluntary sectors; and represent the interests of the district.