- Resident Services
- Social Services
The Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the municipality and ensures programmes and services are delivered efficiently and effectively. The CAO also ensures policies and directions of Council are implemented and advises and informs Council on the operation and affairs of the municipality.
Scott Wilson, Chief Administrative Officer
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The Office of the County Clerk provides legislative and administrative support to matters and decisions of Council; provides procedural advice and administrative aid to Council and the Chief Administrative Officer, and ensures the statutory requirements of the Municipal Act are met.
The office is the lead contact for county councillors, members of the public, other government offices and the media when dealing with Committee and Council issues. The office also assists the CAO in coordinating inter-departmental issues/projects.
The County Clerk is an officer of the Corporation, reports to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), and is appointed by by-law. They act as the institutional head for corporate compliance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. The County Clerk is also the head of the Information Technology Department.
Donna Bryce, County Clerk
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What we do:
Doug Waram, Supervisor, Application Services
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Dave Etherton, Supervisor, Technology Services
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The Communications team works closely with County Council, departmental staff and partner organizations. Together we promote the many ways that Wellington is a great place to live, work and visit.
What we do:
Andrea Ravensdale, County Communications Manager
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Because most emergencies are local and likely to require a municipal response, the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act and its supporting Ontario Regulation 380/04 require municipalities to develop, implement and maintain emergency management programmes.
The elements of these programmes support emergency preparedness and response activities and include forming a programme committee, maintaining an emergency response plan, and designating a Community Emergency Management Coordinator (CEMC).
The CEMC reports to the Chief Administrative Officer, and ensures continuous training of personnel, and testing and updating of the plans. The CEMC is also responsible for the operation of the Emergency Operation Centre, planning and execution of emergency exercises, and public education.
Linda Dickson, County Emergency Management Coordinator
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The Property and Construction Services department is responsible for all construction, maintenance and property service duties for all County of Wellington properties and buildings. These duties include, but are not limited to, managing the repair and upkeep of all buildings and grounds, maintaining maintenance schedules, and leading special construction projects as they arise.
Kevin Mulholland, Construction and Property Manager
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