New Nottingham City Council Chief Executive named as Ian Curryer
Nottingham City Council is to appoint Ian Curryer as its new Chief Executive, after Jane Todd stood down through ill health.
Currently the Council's Corporate Director for Children and Families, Ian has lived in Nottingham for more than 30 years.
He moved to the city from Hertfordshire, to train as a teacher at Nottingham Trent University.
He then taught in city primary schools for 12 years and during that time was a primary head teacher for five years.
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In 1999, he joined Nottingham City Council as a School Improvement Adviser, then held a number of director-level posts at the Council before being appointed as the Director of Children's Services in 2008.
Outside of work, Ian has volunteered in youth basketball for many years and is a keen cyclist, walker and supporter of Chelsea.
The appointment will formally be made at Full Council on Monday and Ian will take up the role on January 1 2013.