Responsibilities of the Council's Chief Officers (Chief Executive, Deputy Chief Executive and Borough Solicitor, Borough Treasurer, Community and Customer Services Manager and Housing Services Manager) can be found within the Council's Constitution.
The Council's organisation structure comprises the following, total staff employed as at December 2012 being 331.
Chief Executive (Head of the Council’s Paid Staff) who directly manages 33 staff covering Economic Prosperity, Tourism and Culture, Corporate Policy and Community Safety, Personnel, Press & PR, Internal Audit and Information Technology.
The Deputy Chief Executive and Borough Solicitor (also the Council’s Monitoring Officer) manages 39 staff in Legal, Electoral Registration, Democratic Services, Conservation and Design, Development Control, Transport and Traffic, and Building Control.
There are 3 Chief Officers who report directly to the Chief Executive:
Borough Treasurer (who is the Officer with S.151 financial responsibility) – managing 72 staff involved in Accountancy, Pay, Printing and Graphics, Local Taxation and Council Benefits.
Community and Customer Services Manager - managing 84 staff in Environmental Health, Corporate Asset Management, Customer Services, Civics and Streetscene.
Housing Services Manager – managing 103 staff in Operational Services, Housing Finance, and Housing Options.