The Future Role and Shape of DCLG – Outcome of Deputy Director Selection Exercise Sir Bob Kerslake 31 March 2011 The Deputy Director Selection Process Reminder: where we are: • The Deputy Director selection exercise was launched on 19 January • The commitment was made that outcomes would be announced in late Marchearly April • The selection criteria and process were designed specifically for Deputy Directors and reflected experience/feedback from the Director selection • The quality of applications was high • The feedback and experience of the DD selection process has been used to develop the below SCS selection process Voluntary leavers Some colleagues have chosen to leave the Department voluntarily. The date of departure will vary. Michelle Banks* Peter Matthew* Liz Barnard Daniel Monnery Sandy Bishop Andrew Morrison* Henry Cleary* Bert Provan Helen Colchester Cath Reynolds Pamela Conlon* Peter Ruback* Fiona Gough* David Smith* Meg Green Stephen Stringer* Richard Greenhous* Sarah Sturrock* John Jarvis Ciara Wells Wendy Jarvis Kevin Williamson* Kevin Lloyd Sylvia Yates David Marr Rachel Arrundale * denotes those that have agreed later exit dates to fill roles temporarily to assist the department’s transition to the new structure Permanent appointments Those taking up permanent appointments are: Jenny Matthew James Julian Mark Nick Julie Paul Jane Claire Cathy Terry James Andrew Nick Janet Paul Graham Dawn Jane Ashby Bailes Blake Bowrey Burch Burkitt Carney Chamberlain Cockerill Cooper Cooper Crossley Cruddas Culver Dexter Dougharty Downie Duncan Eastmead Everton Denise Cathy David Daniel Jessie Richard Jenan David Stuart Steph Shehla Andrew Joanna Julia Bob Andrea David Alastair Hulya Fowler Francis Fry Greaves Hamshar Harries Hasan Hill Hoggan Hurst Husain Kean Key Kinniburgh Ledsome Lee Morris Murray Mustafa James Steve Sally Mike Paul Vanessa Rosie Lorraine Chris Ruth Matthew Tom Carol Jane Tom Tom Elizabeth Katy Roger Michael Neilson Quartermain Randall Reed Rowsell Scarborough Seymour Shepherd Smith Stanier Stubbs Surrey Sweetenham Todorovic Walker Wechsler Whatmore Willison Wilshaw Winders DD roles Localism Localism – David Prout Decentralisation and Big Society - Mark Carroll Decentralisation Strategy Tom Walker Big Society Barrier Busting Claire Cooper Big Society Policy Hulya Mustafa Integration David Hill Local Govt Finance - Simon Ridley Local Govt Policy and Productivity - Lucy Makinson LG strategy Julia Kinniburgh Vanessa Scarborough Transparency & Accountability Shehla Husain Place Based Productivity Nick Dexter Democracy Paul Rowsell Productivity & Service Transformation Rosie Seymour Audit Commission Closure Julie Carney Fire, Resilience and Emergencies - Neil O’Connor Pay & Pensions Terry Crossley Business Rates & Valuation Katy Willison Jessie Hamshar Fire Programmes Jane Cockerill Strategy, Revenue & Capital Jane Todorovic Data Collection, Analysis and Accountancy Janet Dougharty National Fire Policy Dawn Eastmead Resilience & Future of Emergencies FireControl Management Roger Hargreaves James Cruddas Fire Policy Andrew Morrison DD roles Neighbourhoods Neighbourhoods Richard McCarthy Housing Growth and Affordable Housing - Terrie Alafat Homelessness & Support, Building standards and climate Change - Jon Bright Housing Markets & Supply Dan Greaves AH regulation & investment Graham Duncan AH Management & Standards Paul Downie Welfare Benefits Jenny Ashby Private Rented Homes & Empty Homes Sally Randall Transitional Special Projects Henry Cleary HCA Transition & TSA Closure Kevin Williamson Building Regs & Standards Bob Ledsome Local Economies, Regeneration and Europeans Programmes - Philip Cox Regeneration Strategy & Policy David Morris Regeneration Implementation Cathy Francis Regeneration Implementation Olympics (additional project & Legacy support) Stephen Stringer Fiona Gough Homelessness & Support Roger Wilshaw Climate Change & Existing Buildings Peter Matthew Decent Homes & HRA Reform Peter Ruback Planning - Shona Dunn ERDF Delivery Carol Sweetenham Chief Planner Steve Quartermain Economy & Social Planning Policy Ruth Stainer Development Plans Jane Everton RDA closure Stuart Hoggan Development Management Michelle Banks Environment Stephanie Hurst PINS, IPC & Infrastructure Jenan Hasan Neighbourhoods Analysis – Paul Chamberlain DD roles Finance and Corporate Services 1 Finance and Corporate Services – David Rossington PC&C - Shirley Pointer/Keith Palmer Restructuring Mark Burch Resourcing & Business Relationships Tom Wechsler Policy & Programme Management Andrew Kean Finance - Stephen Park Accounting & Control Vacant Procurement Andrew Culver Business Partnering Chris Smith Estates Management Andy Mills* Knowledge Management David Smith Chief Information Officer (IT) Vacant Efficiency, Shared Services & ALB Reform Tom Surrey Audit - Jon Whitfield* Internal Audit Mike Reed * Service shared with other Departments Communications - George Eykyn External Communications Michael Winders Corporate Communications Julian Bowrey DD roles Finance and Corporate Services 2 Finance and Corporate Services David Rossington Lega l- Susanna McGibbon Decentralisation & Local Govt Matthew Stubbs Housing James Neilson Regeneration & Commercial Matters Cathy Cooper GO & ERDF - Brian Hackland Planning (& Fire) Denise Fowler GO Policy Richard Greenhous Resource Review Localism Bill & Audit Commission Pamela Conlon Analysis & Innovation - Stephen Aldridge Innovation Richard Harries GO Implementation Stuart MacDonald Strategic Analysis Andrea Lee * Also head of profession for statistics Strategic Statistics David Fry* Ministerial (DD led) PPS (Ongoing selection Process) ERDF Lorraine Sheperd DD roles Strategy and Programme Team Strategy and Programme Team - Andrew Campbell Corporate Performance Management Elizabeth Whatmore Strategy 1 Joanna Key Strategy 3 Nick Burkitt Strategy 2 Sarah Sturrock Localism Bill Alastair Murray Deputy Directors on outward secondment On Secondment (to be deployed on return) Mathew Bailes On Secondment (to be deployed on return) James Blake Next Steps Deputy Directors will take up their new assignments from 3 May and will be accountable for their new roles from that date. Colleagues also have a vital role in achieving an orderly handover including: • Supporting colleagues in handing over current responsibilities; • Communicating changes to external partners; and • Ensuring that information is updated on supporting systems (such as PIMs and the staff directory). All PMRs must be completed by the end of April Conclusion • Another important milestone reached • Change programme is on track -focus now is on supporting and leading our teams through the below SCS selection exercise and into the new DCLG. • Thank you to all involved for the very professional way in which you have handled a difficult process.