States Staff On The Move This Autumn
States staff in Cyril Le Marquand House, and other offices will temporarily move into a single building this autumn.
It’s while a site is found for a new purpose-built government office block.
The announcement comes in a report to States Members by Chief Executive Charlie Parker on his first six months in the job.
It’s part of his plan to bring together as many teams, managers and leaders as possible into one building.
The temporary location will be announced shortly.
Mr Parker has also revealed he’s been visiting potential sites for modern purpose built offices.
He says it will include a ‘bespoke Ministerial suite’ to improve their time working together.
Meanwhile more senior roles in Jersey’s new look-government will be filled over the next fortnight.
They’ll be Director General’s for Justice and Home Affairs, Children, Young People, Education and Skills, as well as a Chief Operating Officer, Chief of Staff and Director of Commercial.
20 more positions will be filled in the top two tiers of government over the coming months. This will be a combination of internal and external recruitment arrangements.
Mr Parker says these appointments will deliver long-term benefits for improving services.