Former Norwich City and Wolverhampton Wanderers chief executive Jez Moxey has joined Burton Albion as a non-executive director.
Moxey was appointed to the post of chief executive at Norwich in July last year, but left by mutual consent in February following his resignation from the board at Carrow Road.
He brings a wealth of experience to the Pirelli Stadium, having previously worked at Rangers, Stoke City, Wolves and the Canaries.
He currently represents the Championship on the board of the English Football League and represents the EFL on the board of The Football Association.
Moxey spent five years as general manager of Partick Thistle, and then worked with Rangers before his appointment as chief executive of Stoke City in 1995.
He was responsible for the construction of, and move to, the Britannia Stadium in 1997.
In 2000, he joined Wolves as chief executive and became a director of the club, roles in which he remained until August 2016.
During his time, Wolves were promoted twice to the Premier League, spending three consecutive seasons in the top flight, and he also oversaw the development of a new training ground and academy project in 2014 along with the re-development of the new north stand at Molineux in 2012.
Brewers chairman Ben Robinson will be hoping that Moxey can have a similar impact with the Brewers, as they look forward to another challenging season in the Championship.
Mr Robinson said: "I’m delighted to welcome Jez onto the board.
"He lives in the Midlands and brings with him a wealth of experience at a number of high-profile football clubs.
"I’m sure Burton Albion will benefit greatly from his knowledge and expertise."
And Moxey added: "I'm happy and honoured to have joined Burton Albion and the board and will do whatever I can to assist the club continue its remarkable success story."