This includes additional details about the assignments for each Executive Team member as depicted in this organizational chart. The reporting accountabilities and assignments are effective immediately.
These new assignments are intended to further clarify the accountabilities for the County Manager, each Assistant County Manager and the Human Resources Director, especially regarding the departments and department directors that each person on the Executive Team supervises.
This is a change from the previous structure whereby department directors reported to the Executive Team as a group. Instead, each department director (and other staff as depicted on the chart) will report directly to one designated member of the Executive Team. Each department director will continue to have an annual work plan developed in partnership with their assigned supervisor on the Executive Team, who will conduct their annual performance review.
Mecklenburg County remains committed to the use of the balanced scorecard as our strategic planning and performance management tool. As a result, department director work plans will continue to be linked directly to their department’s balanced scorecard goals and performance measures, which support the County’s overall balanced scorecard goals.
Each member of the Executive Team also will work with their direct reports to examine and clarify the reporting structure, accountabilities and assignments within each department under their supervision.
In addition to supervisory accountabilities, the assignments clarify which member of the Executive Team serves as liaison to the following partner agencies: Register of Deeds Office, Elections Office, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, Sheriff’s Office, MEDIC, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Central Piedmont Community College, and Centralina Council of Governments.