Waroona could be on the brink of a leadership shake-up ahead of an ordinary council meeting tonight. Shire of Waroona councillors will vote to appoint a new chief executive, president and deputy. Shire president Mike Walmsley said he remained confident he would stay on as president when the council had finished voting. “You never know, but I am quietly confident council will support me in doing it for another couple of years,” he said. Mr Walmsley said he would serve the Shire to the best of his ability even if he was not re-elected. “I will happily play my part and will still have 100 per cent support for the council,” he said. “I am happy to support whoever the new president will be.” Mr Walmsley said he and deputy president Naomi Purcell had made a good team and she had given him “great support”. The appointment of a new chief executive will remain confidential until the candidate is endorsed, with the new leader to replace Dean Unsworth, who will continue in the same role at the Shire of Murray. Lake Clifton resident Ryan Woodbury, 42, and Waroona local Dion Pisconeri, 39, pictured, are set to become the newest members after being elected unopposed last month. Mr Walmsley said he was excited to see the new members.