Strategic Leadership Team

Chief Executive

The Chief Executive has overall responsibility for the running of the council and leading staff to achieve the organisation's four Corporate priorities which local people have said are important: Open for Business, Children and Families, the Environment and Health and Well-being. Read more

Director of Adult Services

Improving  and protecting health by promoting a culture, environment and behaviour that contributes to better health and by arranging local health services in the most effective way. Read more

Director of Economy and Infrastructure

Maintaining highways, developing public transport provision, promoting sustainable travel, supporting the county's businesses with advice and access to funding, managing waste disposal services and Planning and Regulatory functions, promotion of recycling/re-use and sustainability; and promoting Worcestershire's countryside. Read more

Director of Children, Families and Communities

Leading on integrated services to children, young people and their families, which includes education including schools, early years and children's centres, youth services and children's social care; responsible for strategic leadership on partnership co-operation to improve the well-being of children and young people in Worcestershire through the Children’s Trust arrangements. Read more

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Financial Officer is responsible for the Council's Strategic Financial Planning and Reporting in relation to its annual budget of over £400 million. Working alongside and supporting all areas of the County Council, Chief Financial Officer supports the County Council in understanding the value for money of its services as well as ensuring the County Council maximises its use of resources through the use of innovative financing solutions. Read more

Director of Public Health

Accountable for the Council's duties for improving and protecting health and supporting local NHS commissioning under the Health and Social Care Act. This includes promoting a culture, environment and behaviour that contributes to better health, planning for and responding to major health threats, commissioning of services to improve and protect health, and providing the intelligence and evidence base to support the NHS to arrange local health services in the most effective way.  Read more