New freedom to speak up guardian - Jackie Rawlings
With Kirsteen Farrar retiring at the end of the August, we’ve been working with the Staff Forum to find a worthy successor as our new freedom to speak up guardian. We’re delighted to announce that Jackie Rawlings has been appointed to this role and will be a real asset, given her vast experience and strong organisational knowledge. Jackie’s values are absolutely in line with The DCHS Way and we’re confident that she’ll help DCHS continue to be an open, transparent and excellent place to work. Jackie takes on this role alongside her position as general manager/deputy assistant director within Integrated Community Services.