SCRA's senior management meets monthly as the Executive Management Team (EMT) to discuss corporate direction and strategy, policy approval, corporate and operational planning and resourcing, organisational performance and corporate governance.
Executive Management Team members
Neil Hunter became Principal Reporter/Chief Executive of the Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration in April 2011. Neil has held previous operational and strategic posts across Social Work and Health Care Services in Glasgow/Greater Glasgow and Clyde. Until December 2010 Neil was the Director of West Glasgow Community Health and Care Partnership (CHCP). For 5 years prior to that he led the Addictions Partnership for the City of Glasgow. Both of these posts were joint NHS/Local Authority appointments.
Maggie's role as Director of Support Services is to lead and manage a range of support services functions in Head Office, including finance, HR, data, planning, communications and IT. Maggie is the lead for SCRA’s Organisational Change Programme and has led the introduction of our new Case Management System.
Tom has been a Reporter since 1986, working in a number of authorities, before becoming Reporter Manager of South West Region in 1996 when SCRA was created. He is currently Senior Operational Manager for East and Central West areas. He was also for a time Director of Operations and Acting Principal Reporter in Head Office.
Alistair has been a Reporter since 2000. The formation of localities resulted in him becoming an LRM for Central Locality, and in 2012 was seconded as LRM to South East Locality based in Edinburgh. He became SOM for NorthWest Area in November 2012.
As SOM, Alistair has a responsibility to support the localities of Highlands and Islands, Grampian, North Strathclyde and Glasgow. In addition to his area responsibilities Alistair is also the lead for the Business Continuity Plan.
Malcolm has been a Reporter since 1974, in Tayside and Edinburgh. In 1996 he became Reporter Manager for the East Region, responsible for the planning, management and direction of regional operations to ensure the delivery of effective and high quality services to children and families.
In 2009 Malcolm was appointed to the new post of Head of Practice and Policy - he has responsibility to lead, direct and develop practice and policy across SCRA, and to facilitate and nurture best practice across the service.
Ed joined SCRA in 1995 following 10 years in Local Government Finance with Perth and Kinross Council. As Head of Finance and Resources, Ed is responsible for the delivery of all financial and risk management operations within the organisation.
As well as managing the Finance Team, Ed also has responsibility for the Property Team, Procurement function and providing support to the organisation’s Audit Committee.
Information about senior management salaries
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