The number of senior level positions at the States of Jersey will be cut following new restructuring plans from the States Chief Executive Charlie Parker.
These are set to be reduced to 40 jobs as part of the Chief Executive's future plan for government departments.
21 of these roles will be filled by current civil servants, while 19 will be externally recruited.
Mr Parker has outlined the changes following a staff consultation.
He reviewed around 240 questions and responses and made a number of changes to the plans which were announced in March.
He says the overall structure is largely unchanged, and the focus remains on collaborative working and improving the effectiveness of services.
The States will start moving into the new organisational structure from June 18th.