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Executive Director of Customer, Digital and Change

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Salary
£Highly competitive
Expires
09/08/2024
Location
Surrey
Job Type
Full Time

Surrey have long been recognised as a council that exceeds expectations. A council that pushes the envelope when it comes to the quality of its services and finances. But we don’t want to become complacent about it. Instead, we want to build on this reputation and push ourselves further. To transform into a sector-leading council that not only does what it says it will do, but continuously improves so services can be right first time, every time – a pledge we call ‘The Surrey Way’. Under the leadership of our incoming Chief Executive, Terence Herbert, we believe that Surrey County Council can and will achieve this. But, with all transformative ideas, the first step to making it happen is securing wider, relevant expertise.

As Executive Director of Finances and Corporate Services, you’ll lay the foundations for ensuring the council has the opportunity to innovate, constantly improve and continue to generate envious economic success. As Executive Director of Customer, Digital and Change, you’ll help us connect better to our customers - honing our services so that they truly enhance our residents’ lives. Both roles demand ambition, determination and vision. You’ll need to inspire extraordinary efforts, lead passionate teams and deliver outstanding outcomes to ensure no one gets left behind. Because, in a county as large as Surrey, there’s no other way.

To find out more and apply, visit www.surreycc.gov.uk/leadership or, for a confidential conversation, call Greg Hayes (07423 243415) about the Customer, Digital and Change role, or Chantelle Wooldridge (07557 018320) about the Finance role. Applications close: Friday, 9th August 2024 at 9am

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