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Former Adass president David Pearson set to leave Notts

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Nottinghamshire CC deputy chief executive David Pearson is to leave the council after 34 years.

Mr Pearson, who is also corporate director, adult social care, health and public protection, confirmed his departure on Twitter with a link to an internal Nottinghamshire recruitment page.

He wrote: “I have been privileged to serve the wonderful County and people of Nottinghamshire in an ambitious and supportive Council with great health and other partners. Would you be interested in this fantastic job and make a difference in your own way?”

Mr Pearson has sat on the government’s advisory panel for the forthcoming social care green paper and served as president of the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services in 2014-15.

In 2016 he was appointed lead officer for the development of the sustainability and transformation plan for Nottinghamshire, which is one of 14 areas at an advanced stage of developing an integrated care system.

Mr Pearson became director of the former social services department, which included adults and children, in 2005. He also covered the role of director for corporate services in 2008-9.

He was awarded a CBE for his contribution to social care in 2016.

Nottinghamshire CC has been approached for comment.

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