The National Park Authority is a public body made up of two groups of people: members and staff. Approximately 280 staff work for the Peak District National Park Authority and they include specialists in:
The staff are employees who work to the policies and implement the decisions made by members. On routine matters, members ask officers to take decisions directly, in line with agreed policies.
Overall responsibility for the work of our staff lies with the chief executive. Our staff adhere to:
A staff survey is conducted every two years and provides valuable feedback on various aspects of working for the National Park such as 'feeling valued' and 'confidence in leadership'. The survey can help to identify where we are doing well and areas where improvement could be made to enhance employee engagement. It also provides an opportunity to get insights and feedback from staff on our strategy.
- Staff Survey Results 2014 (1.68MB)