Alkane Resources Ltd's (ASX:ALK, OTCQX:ANLKY) long-standing managing director, Ian Chalmers, will step down from the position, but remain on the board as technical director.
Chalmers was instrumental in transitioning Alkane into a gold producer at the Tomingley operations, and will now focus on the Dubbo Project and technical activities.
Replacing Chalmers will be Nic Earner, who joined the company as chief operating officer in 2013.
Earner was responsible for the safe and efficient management of the company’s operations at Tomingley and Dubbo.
Under his supervision, Tomingley transitioned to a profitable and efficient operation.
John Dunlop will also be retiring effective from 1 September 2017.
As part of the rejuvenation process, Ian Gandel will assume the role of non-executive chairman, steering the company through the crucial funding stage of the Dubbo Project.