CARLYLE - The RM of Moose Mountain has announced that Christie Hislop has been hired as their new chief administrative officer.
She has commenced employment at their office, located on Eighth Street West in Carlyle.
Christie and her husband James live in Carlyle and have two children. Son Liam is four and daughter Kayleigh is one. James is an operations co-ordinator with Crescent Point Energy. Their family enjoys snowmobiling, golfing, boating and playing numerous sports.
Christie also plays centre on the Moose Mountain Chill senior women’s hockey team, and previously played on both Arcola and Carlyle women’s fastball clubs.
Hislop was born and raised in Pilot Butte. Upon moving to Carlyle in 2013, she was employed with the Town of Arcola as its chief administrative officer. With an attractive administrative position opening up in Carlyle, eliminating travel and being able to work in the community where she lives were the determining factors in changing employers.
“I appreciate and thank the Town of Arcola for all their support over the past nine years,” said Hislop. “I have truly enjoyed working in Arcola and will miss all of the residents, and past and present council and staff.”
Hislop has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and her urban advanced Level 1 certificate in local government authority. This enabled her to transfer right over to rural and receive her rural class C certification.
“I am very excited for this opportunity and look forward to working with my new council and staff and serving the RM of Moose Mountain taxpayers.”