Daventry District Council provides essential local services for Daventry District, supporting the daily needs of residents, businesses and visitors. The organisation has around 200 members of staff, also known as officers, that operate the Council's services and work towards the authority's vision to Develop a Better District.
It is the role of officers to provide advice and assistance to all councillors and to implement the decisions which councillors make. This page sets out the organisation structure of the Council.
Find out more about Daventry District Councillors
Find out more about the Council's Vision and Values
Find out about Governance and read the Council's Constitution
Senior Management Team
The Senior Management Team is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Council. They co-ordinate support to the elected Members and manage staff and services to enable the organisation to deliver its corporate and strategic goals.
By law, senior Council staff are not allowed to participate in any party political activity and are expected to advise and assist all Councillors irrespective of their political affiliation.
The Senior Management Team consists of the Chief Executive (also Head of Paid Service), who is supported by a Deputy Chief Executive and three Executive Directors with responsibility for the Council's service areas. These service areas are grouped into three teams - Business, Community and Resources.
Executive Directors are responsible for the efficient provision of a range of operational services in accordance with the corporate plan. They develop partnership working arrangements at all levels which improve service delivery for the local community and provide advice and support to Members to assist them in their decisionmaking.