Thursday, October 31, 2013

The City makes Ms. Bomben's appointment official

While the announcement of Corinne Bomben's permanent placement in the senior management ranks was made public back in September, the City of Prince Rupert made it official on Wednesday with an announcement posted to their website.

As we outlined on the blog last month, Ms. Bomben's appointment as the Chief Financial Officer was made in Council Chambers on September 9th, Ms. Bomben making the announcement at the session herself.

At that same time, the word was delivered that the City Manager, Robert Long had successfully completed his probationary period and would continue on with the duties of his position.

Earlier this month, Council advised that the third position of the senior management team, that of Corporate Administrator had been filled, with Mr. Rory Mandryk announced as the successor to the position vacated in May by Robert Grodecki.

However, the latest addition to staff has yet to make take his place at City council sessions thus far and no notice of his hiring has been posted to the City website.

And while those three senior positions on staff would now appear to have been taken off of the City's to do list, the quest for new talent for Prince Rupert continues on.

Last week we reviewed the pending departure of the City's Economic Development Officer, as Derek Baker wraps up his time in that position this week.  Mr. Baker now destined for the private sector and the city's percolating LNG industry in November.

Details of the requirements for Mr. Baker's old position have yet to be posted to the Career opportunities section of the City's website.

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