FORMER Claremont chief executive Stephen Goode will take over the reins of the administration at Mosman Park Council in an interim role for four months.
Mr Goode will guide the town’s administration after the departure of current chief executive Mark Goodlet, who is leaving in February for the City of Nedlands.
“Stephen has decades of leadership and management experience and is very familiar with region-wide issues we face here in Mosman Park, including waste management and recycling, transport, roads and infrastructure and service delivery,” Mosman Park Mayor Brett Pollock said.
Mr Goode retired from Claremont in May, and said he accepted his new role to continue a constructive relationship he had developed with Mosman Park over many years.
He takes over on February 25 and will stay on until a new chief executive is found in a recruitment process approved by the council on December 18.
However, his interim role will finish on June 19.