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    The Interim CEO will be responsible for an initial review of the entire group and make recommendations on returning the business to satisfactory level of profit within (1-2 years), with a longer term view of achieving a higher level of profit by year 4.

    The successful candidate will work in conjunction with the Acting CEO and Chairman.

    They will also be responsible for:

    Phase One

    The review will envolve the whole group however, the focus should be the Modular Packages business based across the UK & GCC. The timescale is anticipated to be approximately four weeks and the findings shall be reported and presented at Board level at the end of phase one.

    Phase Two

    This phase may be the implementation of the recommendations made and agreed by the board in the role of Interim CEO for a period of 3 to 6 months until the permanent CEO is appointed.

    The Candidate

    You will ideally have the following experience:

    • CEO
    • Business turn around
    • Petrochemical, oil & gas contracting (not exploration & production)
    • Module or skid package fabrication and assembly
    • Degree Mechanical or Chemical

    Remuneration: Up to £1500 per day
    Duration: 6 Months
    Location: England
    Reference: 175912/002_1551724775
    Type: Temporary
    Sector: Energy, Utilities & Infrastructure
    Discipline: Board and Leadership
    Date Added: 04 Mar 2019
    Closing Date: 01 Apr 2019

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