Mosman Park chief executive to take over Nedlands

Mosman Park chief executive Mark Goodlet is leaving Mosman park for the City of Nedlands.
Mosman Park chief executive Mark Goodlet is leaving Mosman park for the City of Nedlands.

MOSMAN Park chief executive Mark Goodlet will leave the council to replace outgoing City of Nedlands chief executive Greg Trevaskis.

The change continues several recent movements among the administrative leaderships of the seven western suburbs councils, including former Subiaco chief executive Don Burnett moving to the Shire of Peppermint Grove mid-year.

“During his years at Mosman Park, Mark has shown great qualities both professionally and personally and we are all very grateful for his service,” Mosman Park Mayor Pollock said.

“It has been my great pleasure to work closely with him in my role as Mayor.”

Mr Pollock said during about two-and-a-half years at Mosman Park, Mr Goodlet’s achievements had included improved finances, overhauling information technology and improving staffing and outsourcing.

Other changes comprised new leases with the town’s clubs and starting the ongoing Glyde Street precinct plan.

Mr Pollock said a replacement for the leader of his council’s administration would be announced in early 2019.

Mr Goodlet’s last day at Mosman Park would be February 27.

Mr Trevaskis will stay at Nedlands until December 11, after which directors of that council’s departments will act as the chief executive until Mr Goodlet starts on March 5.