Collingwood list boss Troy Selwood has reportedly stepped down from his duties as recruiting manager at the Magpies after six weeks in the role due to health reasons.
Selwood took over the reigns from ex-Collingwood list manager Ned Guy, who quit from his position at the Holden Centre in May.
Now, as reported by SEN's Sam Edmund, Selwood is understood to have followed suit in departing Collingwood.
Collingwood have endured extensive changeover in their staff list as the club looks to step into a new era under the presidency of Mark Korda.
The Magpies have also seen changes to their footballer operations management, with Graham Wright stepping into the leading role earlier this year, while the club also continues its search for a new senior coach.
Club great Nathan Buckley resigned from his post as coach of the Magpies in June, while former president Eddie McGuire also handed in his resignation 10 months prior to his original set date after the controversy surrounding Collingwood's "Do Better" report in February.
Problems had begun at the club following their tumultuous exchange period in 2020, which saw players Adam Treloar, Jaidyn Stephenson, Tom Phillips and Atu Bosenavulagi moved on for below-value returns.
The trade window turned attention to Guy's position as recruitment manager, who reportedly looked to resign from his role late last year before opting to remain with the club until after the Mid-Season Draft in June.
His position will now need to be filled again, with his successor in Selwood stepping away from the job just months after moving from Geelong.
Collingwood are yet to confirm Selwood's departure.