Belfast chief takes on Jersey role

By Paul Marinko | 20 September 2021

Belfast City Council’s chief executive is set to become Jersey’s new top civil servant.

Suzanne Wylie, who has had been in charge of the Northern Ireland local authority since 2014, is due to take up the post of Jersey chief executive in February.Ms Wylie, who has worked for Belfast for more than 30 years, said: ‘I am delighted to be taking up this important role.

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