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CE Employment and Performance CommitteeKomiti aroturuku i te mahi a te Tumu Whakarae

The CE Employment and Performance Committee assists Council to discharge its responsibilities for performance management of the Chief Executive, and management of employment responsibilities.

CE Employment and Performance Committee

 

Membership

Her Worship the Mayor Alex Walker (Chair)

Deputy Mayor Kelly Annand, Councillor Tim Aitken, Councillor Brent Muggeridge

Meeting Frequency As required and agreed with the Chair, but at least three times a year
Purpose Oversees the performance of the Chief Executive in line with the performance agreement and his/ her ongoing relationship with the Council, and report regularly to the Council on his or her performance.
Responsibilities

To monitor performance of the Chief Executive.

To ensure that the Council is fulfilling its duties as a good employer under schedule 7 of the Local Government Act, 2002.

Delegations

The Council delegates to the Chief Executive Employment and Performance Committee the following powers, duties and responsibilities:

  • To oversee the employment of the Chief Executive in accordance with the Local Government Act, 2002.
  • To recommend to Council the methodology and specific performance measures to carry out the review of the performance of the Chief Executive.
  • The delegated authority to employ independent expertise to assist with any review or advice up to a maximum of $10,000 before seeking approval from Council.
  • To recommend to Council on matters relating to the Chief Executive’s employment and remuneration.
  • The committee have delegations to make variations to the Chief Executive Employment agreement so long as it is pursuant to the Local Government Act.
  • The committee will delegate the approval of leave, professional development and expenses, within approved budgets, to the Mayor.
Professional Development and Learning All members will participate in Chief Executive Employment and Performance Training in the first year of membership.

 

Governance Documentation

Underpinning good governance are a range of documents that ensure Council is clear on its accountabilities, expectations and responsibilities. You can find these documents here.

Central Hawke's Bay District Council Governance Statement 2019 2020 Final
Code of Conduct adopted 14 November 2019 20191114
Committee Terms of Reference 2019 2022
Council and Community Representation Appointments 2019 20191212
Standing Orders 2019 Adopted 14th November 2019 20191004
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