Rick Williams is no longer at the helm of community services in Muskoka.

The former district commissioner has reportedly retired from his position after working for the district for over a decade. Following his leave, the district has added a job posting to its website for a Health Services Commissioner. According to the posting, the successful applicant would oversee paramedic services, long-term care, health planning, emergency planning and matters related to public health overall.

Williams is the second senior district staff member to leave a position this year after Clerk Debbie Crowder announced her retirement earlier this year. She had been with the district for over 30 years.