Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie is turning to a mix of veteran and new lawmakers to lead a search committee that will recommend an executive director to head a new office of ethics and compliance.

Among the lawmakers on the committee is Assemblyman Todd Kaminsky, a Long Island Democrat elected last year and former assistant U.S. Attorney who is part of a new coalition of lawmakers pushing reforms to the chamber.

Heastie also appointed Yonkers Democrat and former Senate counsel Shelley Mayer, Republican Janey Duprey and Queens lawmaker Michele Titus.

“The door is wide open for real change in the State Assembly to make this institution more open, transparent and accountable to the citizens of this State,” Heastie said in a statement. “In order to accomplish this, I have appointed a diverse group of members from this body to conduct a comprehensive search to identify national experts in the area of ethics and governance. Residents of this great state rightly expect a government that is honest and beyond reproach and this new office will work to ensure that their elected representatives are living up to the highest ethical standards.”

The panel will recommend a list of a half-dozen potential executive directors to lead the new office. Heastie himself will make the final selection.

The ethics and compliance office is part of a series of reforms to the chamber Heastie has vowed to enact following his election as speaker this week after longtime Speaker Sheldon Silver stepped dwon from the leadership post amid a corruption scandal.

The Bronx Democrat is also pledging to seek ways of capping outside income as well as overhauling how per diem reimbursements are distributed.