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Proposed Structure for Dorset's CIL's

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Proposed Structure for Dorset's CIL's

  1. 1. Access Access Dorset Dorset Board Project managers ImplementationOverall responsibility GroupConstruction phaseOperational phase Weymouth Christchurch Steering Steering Group Group Completion of build Weymouth Evaluation Centre & Christchurch Manager Monitoring Centre Group Manager Dorset CILS Weymouth Implementation & Operation Christchurch Management Management Click on the group to see members, roles and responsibilities Committee Committee
  2. 2. Access Dorset BoardS StaffV VolunteerC Corporate sponsorP Public sector partners Member is disabledRole Responsibilities TrusteesOversee the effective operation Compliance - MISS HELEN LOUISE JANE ROSSand delivery of the charity in •Ensure that the charity complies with charity law, and with the requirements of MR ANDREW ARMSTRONG the Charity Commission as regulator; in particular ensure that the charity prepares MRS LINDA ANNE NELSONcompliance the law and reports on what it has achieved and Annual Returns and accounts as required by MRS ANNE ELVA SIMPSONregulations in respect of law. MR STEVEN MCCARTHYcharities and company’s •Ensure that the charity does not breach any of the requirements or rules set out MR RICHARD LEOPOLD PEACOCKE BSC in its governing document and that it remains true to the charitable purpose and HONS, MSC objects set out there. MRS LISA MARIE BROOKS •Comply with the requirements of other legislation and other regulators (if any) MISS KAREN ROSE MOSS which govern the activities of the charity. MR MICHAEL DAVID HURST •Act with integrity, and avoid any personal conflicts of interest or misuse of charity MR DAVID LAWRENCE OAKLEY funds or assets. MISS MARIA ANN PETERS Duty of prudence - MISS REBECCA MARIA BROOKWELL •Ensure that the charity is and will remain solvent. MRS YVONNE PAMELA ROSSITE •Use charitable funds and assets reasonably, and only in furtherance of the MR MICHAEL POCHIN charitys objects. •Avoid undertaking activities that might place the charitys endowment, funds, assets or reputation at undue risk. •Take special care when investing the funds of the charity, or borrowing funds for the charity to use. Duty of care - •Use reasonable care and skill in their work as trustees, using their personal skills and experience as needed to ensure that the charity is well-run and efficient. •Consider getting external professional advice on all matters where there may be material risk to the charity, or where the trustees may be in breach of their duties.
  3. 3. Project ManagersS StaffV VolunteerC Corporate sponsorP Public sector partners Member is disabledRole Responsibilities Members Reports toTo oversee the overall delivery • Identify the business plan Jonathan Waddington Jones (S) Board of Directors Accessof the project, to identify and • Prepare bids and grants Dave Thompson (S) Dorsetwork with potential Make recommendations forstakeholders, sponsors and the appointment ofsupporters. contractors Identify stakeholders fromTo update and report to the the public sectorBoard of Directors. • Identify supporters from the corporate sectorTo build effective partnerships • Oversee project delivery • Create networks and liaisonEnsure project is delivered on between groups involved intime and within budget and the projectwithin compliance of any bids Update and manage projectsecured. using the PODIO
  4. 4. Implementation groupS StaffV VolunteerC Corporate sponsorP Public sector partners Member is disabledRole Responsibilities Members Reports toTo provide expertise and To provide technical, practical Jonathan Waddington Jones (S) Project managersproject management support support through information, Dave Thompson (S)to the project leaders. services, goods or funds to Andy Saunders (V) facilitate the delivery of the Alison Waller (P) Centre for Independent living. Ian Brennan (P)To provide a link between The primary focus will be on Community Safety Rep (P)the project and key the enablement of the building Sponsor Rep (C)stakeholders and the setting up of the zones. Access Dorset Chair (Anne Simpson)See link stakeholders and To ensure that stakeholders Shaun Byatt (SGM)corporate sponsors with end investment is meeting the aims Mr Steering Group Memberusers of any agreements. Mrs Steering Group Member To ensure that at all times the implementation is driven by the requirements of end users i.e. disabled and older people
  5. 5. Weymouth Steering GroupS StaffV VolunteerC Corporate sponsorP Public sector partners Member is disabledRole Responsibilities Members Reports toTo ensure that the centre for To provide advice and Mr a N other The implementation groupindependent living is guidance and practical Mr a N other which in turn reports to themeeting the needs and assistance to the Mr a N other project managers and theexpectations of its implementation group to Mr a N other Board of Trustees/directors.customers, disabled and ensure that the project Mr a N other Note that this reporting is inolder people retains its user led focus and Mr a N other the format as set out in the delivers the needs and Mr a N other responsibilities and the expectations of disabled and implementation group older people. should not override the requirements of disabled To ensure that the identity and older people. and focus of the centre is not compromised through any commercial or statutory arrangement To work with all groups within the project to ensure that disabled and older people’s views are not only represented but acted upon
  6. 6. Weymouth Centre ManagerS StaffV VolunteerC Corporate sponsorP Public sector partners Member is disabledRole Responsibilities Members Reports toThe day-to-day To be agreed by the To be decided through a The managementoperational delivery of management committee recruitment process committeeservices at the centres in the formation of a jobfor independent living description. This job description will undergo evaluation to identify the appropriate salary grade and adverts will be duly placed to secure the most suitable applicant
  7. 7. Weymouth Management CommitteeS StaffV VolunteerC Corporate sponsorP Public sector partners Member is disabledRole Responsibilities Members Reports toPoster Project delivery Representing the Mr a N other Access Dorset projectoversee the day-to-day directors of Access Mr a N other managers and the Board Mr a N otheroperational delivery of Dorset, provide local of Directors of Access Mr a N otherthe centre to ensure that management of the Mr a N other Dorsethis meeting the needs centres to ensure that it Mr a N otherand expectations of is in tune with and Mr a N otherdisabled and older meeting thepeople, stakeholders and requirements of thesponsors needs and expectations of disabled and older people in the local area. Work with supporters stakeholders and sponsors To ensure a sustainable relationship for support and funding
  8. 8. Christchurch Steering GroupS StaffV VolunteerC Corporate sponsorP Public sector partners Member is disabledRole Responsibilities Members Reports toTo ensure that the centre for To provide advice and Mr a N other The implementation groupindependent living is guidance and practical Mr a N other which in turn reports to themeeting the needs and assistance to the Mr a N other project managers and theexpectations of its implementation group to Mr a N other Board of Trustees/directors.customers, disabled and ensure that the project Mr a N other Note that this reporting is inolder people retains its user led focus and Mr a N other the format as set out in the delivers the needs and Mr a N other responsibilities and the expectations of disabled and implementation group older people. should not override the requirements of disabled To ensure that the identity and older people. and focus of the centre is not compromised through any commercial or statutory arrangement To work with all groups within the project to ensure that disabled and older people’s views are not only represented but acted upon
  9. 9. Christchurch Centre ManagerS StaffV VolunteerC Corporate sponsorP Public sector partners Member is disabledRole Responsibilities Members Reports toThe day-to-day To be agreed by the To be decided through a The managementoperational delivery of management committee recruitment process committeeservices at the centres in the formation of a jobfor independent living description. This job description will undergo evaluation to identify the appropriate salary grade and adverts will be duly placed to secure the most suitable applicant
  10. 10. Christchurch Management CommitteeS StaffV VolunteerC Corporate sponsorP Public sector partners Member is disabledRole Responsibilities Members Reports toPoster Project delivery Representing the Mr a N other Access Dorset projectoversee the day-to-day directors of Access Mr a N other managers and the Board Mr a N otheroperational delivery of Dorset, provide local of Directors of Access Mr a N otherthe centre to ensure that management of the Mr a N other Dorsethis meeting the needs centres to ensure that it Mr a N otherand expectations of is in tune with and Mr a N otherdisabled people and meeting theolder , stakeholders and requirements of thesponsors needs and expectations of disabled and older people in the local area. Work with supporters stakeholders and sponsors To ensure a sustainable relationship for support and funding
  11. 11. Evaluation & Monitoring GroupS StaffV VolunteerC Corporate sponsorP Public sector partners Member is disabledRole Responsibilities Members Reports toTo provide expertise and To provide technical, practical Jonathan Waddington Jones (S) Access Dorset Boardproject management support to support through information, Dave Thompson (S)the project leaders. services, goods or funds to Andy Saunders (V) facilitate the delivery of the Alison Waller (P)To monitor and evaluate the Centre for Independent living. Ian Brennan (P) Public sector stakeholdersimpact of the CIL’s Community Safety Rep (P) Public sector stakeholders To ensure that stakeholders Sponsor Rep (C) Public sector stakeholdersTo provide a link between the investment is meeting the aims Access Dorset Chair (Anne Corporate sponsorsproject and key stakeholders of any agreements. Simpson) Shaun Byatt (SGM)Link stakeholders and To ensure that at all times the Mr Steering Group Membercorporate sponsors with end delivery is driven by the Mrs Steering Group Memberusers requirements of end users i.e. disabled and older people

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