Executive Management Team (EMT)
Locality Management Teams
Both SCRA’s areas - North West, and East and Central, hold regular management team meetings. These meetings are chaired by the Senior Operational Manager for the area and include the area's Locality Reporter Managers, Locality Support Managers and the HR Business Partner and Finance Business Partner.
They meet approximately every six weeks to discuss issues, such as current workloads, training and planning.
Copies of minutes and papers of these meetings can be requested by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org
The structure of SCRA has changed and a structure of nine Localities was implemented in 2011. As a result a new meeting structure has been introduced.
Joint Negotiating and Consultation Committee (JNCC)
The JNCC is facilitated by an HR Adviser who attends in their capacity as minute taker. Also present at the meetings are: Director of Support Services, Human Resources Manager and Representatives from UNISON.
The JNCC is scheduled to meet every six weeks although, where appropriate, more frequent or special meetings can be called by either party. The remit of the JNCC is to establish and maintain an effective structure for good employee relations, avoid any misunderstandings between management and staff and to promote joint participation in all common matters, giving due regard to consultation and negotiation in the following areas:-
Terms and conditions of employment, pay and salary structures, hours of work, holidays and sickness arrangements, job descriptions, grading and evaluation, health and safety, equalities issues, pension, recruitment, selection and training of staff, redundancy and redeployment, discipline and grievance procedures and working practices.
Copies of minutes and papers of the JNCC meetings can be requested by contacting: email@example.com
The Audit Committee is made up of three SCRA Board Members, SCRA’s Principal Reporter and Head of Finance and Resources. Representatives of PriceWaterhouseCoopers (internal audit) and Audit Scotland (external audit) are also frequently in attendance. Other members of management staff attend dependent upon the business issues considered.
The remit is to consider a programme of work submitted to it by SCRA’s Internal Auditor. This reflects the requirements of the Code of Practice for Non-Departmental Public Bodies, leading to reports on the systems of management and control in the work of the administration, both in financial and in non-financial areas of activity, and to present the programme to the Board for its approval. The Committee also reviews Practice Audit reports.
Copies of minutes and papers of the Audit Committee meetings can be requested by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Remuneration Committee is made up of three SCRA Board members, including the Chairman and the Principal Reporter and the Director of Support Services will attend meetings of the Committee at the request of the Chairman, in their capacity as professional advisers to the Committee.
The Remuneration Committee’s remit is to oversee the organisation’s scheme of salaries, and to ensure that its arrangements for the remuneration and financial benefits of its staff are consistent with the recruitment of suitable personnel and the maintenance of a high level of motivation within the organisation.
The Committee also oversees the implementation of a performance management scheme for the organisation and receives and discusses management reports on staff appraisals and proposals for links with salary progression, for recommendation to the Board.
Copies of minutes and papers of the Remuneration Committee meetings can be requested by contacting: email@example.com