UPDATED: A second director role was filled on Friday evening, with current acting development and growth director Natalie Robertson appointed permanently.
Ms Robertson was appointed as acting director in August.
"Natalie has 19 years' experience in the local government sector and has a Graduate Diploma in Urban, Rural and Regional Planning from La Trobe University and is studying a Master of Business Administration from Federation University," chief executive Janet Dore said in a statement.
Ms Robertson will begin in the new role on Monday.
Former City of Melton manager Matthew Wilson has been appointed the City of Ballarat's community wellbeing director.
It's the latest appointment after a major reshuffle under new chief executive Janet Dore - existing directors all resigned, and the corporate structure for council officers was changed in July.
In a media release, Mr Wilson is described as an experience council officer and executive.
"Matthew Wilson has 22 years of experience in the local government sector and is currently the Manager Community Planning and the Municipal Recovery Manager at Melton City Council," Ms Dore said in the statement.
"Matthew is highly focused on the challenges in corporate culture leadership, community building and social inclusion, and appreciation for the role that lifelong learning plays in developing self-determining citizenship."
Two other directors were also confirmed this week - corporate services director Sean Portelli and infrastructure and environment director Bridget Wetherall.
Recruitment for the new role of development and growth director is underway.
Mr Wilson will begin at the City of Ballarat on October 19.
"I would like to extend a major thank you to Darren Sadler for his significant contribution as the Acting Director Infrastructure and Environment during the past few months," Ms Dore continued.
"Darren has shown tremendous professionalism and leadership in the role and will remain as Acting Director Infrastructure and Environment until Bridget Wetherall commences. I look forward to continuing to work with Darren, after Bridget commences in the role, in his substantive position of Executive Manager Property and Facilities.
"I would also like to thank Pete Appleton for stepping into the role of Acting Director Community Wellbeing and as head of the City of Ballarat's Pandemic Taskforce."
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