Resourcing Strategy

The Community Strategic Plan, Delivery Program and Operational Plan are supported by the Resourcing Strategy 2017-2027 (consisting of a Long Term Financial Plan, Workforce Strategy and Asset Management Strategy) that outlines the provision of available resources to implement the activities contained in the Delivery and Operational Plan.  

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Resourcing Strategy - Part A - Overview

The Resourcing Strategy underpins our Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework. As the name suggests, the Resourcing Strategy demonstrates how Council will resource through time, money, people and assets, its contribution towards the community's aspirations as outlines in its Delivery Program.

The Resourcing Strategy consists of three components; Financial Strategy, Workforce Strategy and Asset Management Strategy.

Download - Part A - Overview - pdf

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

Resourcing Strategy - Part B - Financial Strategy and Long Term Financial Plan

The Finance Strategy aims to position Council to be a trusted and sustainable service provider for our community.  It does this by providing individual strategies aimed at enhancing Councils financial strength and sustainability. 

Incorporated within the strategy document is Councils Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) which assists Council better plan and manage competing infrastructure priorities and service levels.  The LTFP is a tool that is incorporated into decision making to ensure Councils long term financial performance is considered as part of the process.  The plan extends for a period of ten years and is integrated throughout the Asset Management Strategy and the Workforce Strategy.

Download - Part B - Financial Strategy and LTFP - pdf

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

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Resourcing Strategy - Part C - Asset Management Strategy

We are responsible for over $2 billion of infrastructure within the Sutherland Shire.  Our local infrastructure portfolio includes roads, buildings, sporting fields, open space, kerb and gutter, footpaths and stormwater drainage. This infrastructure helps shape and support the quality of life of our residents and spans generations.  These strategies and plans demonstrate how we manage our assets using a lifecycle approach.  They identify the financial and workforce resources required to support sustainable service delivery at the levels desired by our community.

Download - Part C - Asset Management Strategy - pdf

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

Resourcing Strategy - Part D - Workforce Strategy

As a diverse organisation, we employ over 1200 people from over 70 different professions.  Just as infrastructure condition can impact service levels, so too can the condition of our workforce. 

Service levels on the ground are supported by the level of leadership, professional and technical advice, skills and capabilities, collaboration, productivity and customer service of our people. 

Our people are critical to our success.  The Workforce Strategy and Plan supports the success of our Delivery Program by ensuring a workforce that is engaged in Councils purpose, aligned to business needs and productive in working towards our goals and objectives.

Download - Part D - Workforce Strategy - pdf

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

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