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:
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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.
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Thank you to all involved for the very professional way in which you have
handled a difficult process.
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