New Leadership Team for Central Coast Council Announced
Thursday, 16 June 2016
Central Coast Council has today announced an interim leadership team to deliver the newly merged Council’s plans for the Coast.
The appointments follow an intensive, merit based, internal recruitment process.
Council’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr Rob Noble, said the new leadership team was created to best support the outlook and vision of the new Central Coast Council.
“My vision is to build on the tradition of strong leadership of the two former Councils as we move to a new era for the Central Coast,” Mr Noble said.
“I have chosen leaders who are customer-focused, collaborative, passionate and professional and can lead and support this Council and our community through this change creating an organisation that cares about people, places and quality of life on the Central Coast.”
The new Executive Team for the Central Coast Council is:
Chief Financial Officer – Stephen Naven
Group Leader Customer and Community Relationships – Judy Jaeger
Group Leader Assets, Infrastructure and Business – Mike Dowling
Group Leader Environment and Planning – Scott Cox
Executive Manager People and Culture – Kellie Reeves
Executive Manager Governance – Brian Glendenning
Executive Manger Transition and Business Performance – Janine McKenzie
The eighth position, a Chief Information Officer, is yet to be appointed.
Four senior staff have chosen to leave the organisation altogether, including Paul Anderson, former General Manager of Gosford City Council who has decided to pursue opportunities outside of the public sector.
Mr Noble said he had nothing but thanks and praise for the senior staff who have served the community so well for many years.
“Each and every one of them has made a significant and lasting contribution to the Central Coast community and I thank them for that.”
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Last updated : Wed 18 Jul 2018
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