3 edition of Chief officials of local authorities in Scotland found in the catalog.
Chief officials of local authorities in Scotland
Great Britain. Standing Commission on Pay Comparability.
|Statement||Standing Commission on Pay Comparability.|
|Series||Cmnd -- 8202, Report -- no.14|
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|Number of Pages||23|
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. Employers' Side: Local Government Association – 9 members; the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities – 3 members; Welsh Local Government Association – 1 member; the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Services Board – 1 member; Employees' Side: the Fire Brigades Union – 13 members; the Fire Officers Association – 1 member.
Education is provided at pre-school, primary and secondary levels in both mainstream and special schools. In accordance with the Education (Scotland) Act , the provision of education is the responsibility of local authorities who perform the function of education authority. Trading Standards Scotland (TSS) is the national team for trading standards in Scotland. The team is jointly funded by the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and Her Majesty's Treasury; and managed by the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA), the representative body of local government in Scotland.
Scotland - Scotland - Government and society: Scotland is represented at Westminster in London by 59 members of Parliament in the House of Commons who are elected by plurality votes from single-member constituencies, and all Scottish appointive (life) peers are entitled to sit in the House of Lords. Scotland’s head of government is the British prime minister, and the head of state is the. 4 Pay policy and practice in local authorities The total pay bill for your local authority is likely to be in excess of 50 per cent of the gross revenue expenditure in any one year. It is the biggest single item of ongoing expenditure. Small changes to overall pay levels will add or subtract substantial sums from the annual budget. Consequently.
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1 The Committee shall be known as the Joint Negotiating Committee for Chief Officers of Local Authorities (hereinafter referred to as “the Committee”). SCOPE 2 The Committee shall have within their scope any officer of a local authority in England and Wales who 1 is a chief officer designated by the employing authority as.
Chief officers JNC Chief officers circulars and updates are available to download for LGA members and Employer Link subscribers.
LGA Consultancy has developed a bespoke JE scheme for chief officers. Scottish Affairs, founded inis the leading forum for debate on Scottish current affairs.
Its predecessor was Scottish Government Yearbooks, published by the University Chief officials of local authorities in Scotland book Edinburgh's 'Unit for the Study of Government in Scotland' between and The movement towards the setting up the Scottish Parliament in the s, and then the debate in and around the Parliament since Author: Stewart Black.
The Chief Social Work Officer Role. Overview. The CSWO role was established to ensure the provision of appropriate professional advice in the discharge of a local authority's statutory functions as described in paragraph 6.
The role also has a place set out. The Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland (ACPOS) was the professional voice of police leadership (Chief Constables, Deputy Chief Constables and Assistant Chief Constables) in Scotland, including the Assistant Chief Constable in the British Transport Police responsible for Scotland.
Some superintendents and senior support staff were also involved in its business. The Society of Chief Officers of Trading Standards in Scotland (SCOTSS), is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SC). Our members are professional trading standards managers representing every Scottish local authority trading standards service.
The requirement for every local authority to appoint a professionally qualified Chief Social Work Officer is contained within Section 3 of the Social Work (Scotland) Act The qualifications of the Chief Social Work Officer are set down in regulations 9 and there is guidance on the Role of the Chief Social Work Officer Up to date information on the coronavirus situation in Scotland, including what you can do, statistics and data, how to get tested, links to support and guidance and the Scottish Government's phased approach to exiting lockdown.
SCOTS (Society of Chief Officers of Transportation in Scotland) Transportation is the lifeblood of a vibrant economy and an inclusive society. As a strategic body representing Scotland's 32 local authorities and seven Regional Transport Partnerships, SCOTS has a pivotal role to play in the design, delivery and maintenance of the nation's.
There are a number of other statutory officer roles that a local authority must have in place, such as a scrutiny officer, and in Wales, the democratic services officer, but these are not chief officer posts in their own right.
Local Government Acts 9FB. Local Government Act (Wales) Measure (Commencement No 3) OrderSI EHRC Scotland have published ‘Public Authorities in Scotland - Who is covered by the Specific Duties under the Public Sector Equality Duty?’ This guide aims to provide a list of all the public authorities in Scotland who are covered not only by the general public sector equality duty under the Equality Actbut also by the specific duties in Scotland.
The Local Government Act contains a number of provisions that can be considered to bear on the roles of chief executive officer and elected member.
What might be regarded as the ‘foundation’ provisions are section 37K – which specifies the purposes of local government – and section C – which directs every local authority to conduct.
Local government in Scotland is organised through 32 unitary authorities designated as councils which consist of councillors elected every five years by registered voters in each of the council areas. Councils receive the majority of their funding from the Scottish Government, through aggregate external finance.
AEF consists of three parts: Revenue support grants, non-domestic rates, and income and specific grants. The level of central government support for each authority. ALACE (the Association of Local Authority Chief Executives and Senior Managers) is a registered trade union whose + members comprise the heads of paid service and other senior managers in local authorities throughout the UK, and the chief executives of other agencies associated with local government.
The NJC for Local Government Services has 70 members: 12 on the employers' side and 58 on the trade union side. Inthe NJC for Local Government Services agreed a national framework with potential for local modification to suit local service requirements.
Solace, in partnership with the LGA, are pleased to announce a programme of national coaching and mentoring for those leading the response to the COVID Pandemic across English Local Government. This program is specifically aimed at Chief Executives, Directors, and professional leads working directly on managing the response to COVID About SCOTS.
The Society of Chief Officers of Transportation in Scotland (SCOTS) was founded in following a change in local government. It is a strategic body comprising of transportation professionals from all the 32 councils and the seven regional transport partnerships.
ALACHO is a membership organisation that seeks to being together senior housing officials across local government and to represent the best professional advice in discussion and consultation with the Scottish Government, COSLA and other partner organisations.
The position of women in local government is mixed and a significant difference outlined below invites careful attention.
While women continue to be under-represented in candidate selection, election and leadership positions across Scotland’s thirty-two local authorities, a different picture emerges in the appointment of senior officers. we are the digital office for scottish local government Scotland's centre for digital excellence Working in partnership with Scotland’s local authorities, we’re helping to drive digital transformation across the country - delivering a digital first approach that enables councils to.
Welsh Local Government Association. Local Government House Drake Walk Cardiff, CF10 4LG Tel: The Team. MARTYN WALLACE. Chief Digital Officer. Read More; COLIN BIRCHENALL. Chief Technology Officer. Read More; GORDON MUIR. Senior Procurement Specialist â€“ ICT.
Chief Officers are entitled to be reimbursed for business travel and other business related costs in accordance with amounts agreed nationally by the Scottish Joint Negotiating Committee for Local Authorities Services or as approved locally by the Council.
Chief Officers are eligible to join the Local Government Pension Scheme.