I-CAR Issues Call for Candidates for President/CEO Position - BodyShop Business

I-CAR Issues Call for Candidates for President/CEO Position

I-CAR has announced that, on behalf of the I-CAR International Board of Directors, Board Chairman Tom Moreland has issued a Call for Candidates to identify a replacement for current President and CEO John Edelen. Edelen announced his decision to retire at a company meeting at the I-CAR Training Support Center, on Sept. 2.
“Based on John’s decision to leave at the end of 2010, we are officially opening the search for his successor with a Call for Candidates for the position of President and CEO of I-CAR, said Moreland.
“With the introduction of the I-CAR Professional Development Program in 2010, and the planned introduction of a more robust online training curriculum, and a new training and development program for the technical schools and colleges in 2011, the near-term strategies and activities of the organization have been fairly well defined,” Moreland said.  “Given the significant improvement in the financial condition of the organization and its improved efficiency and effectiveness at a staff level, I-CAR is very well-positioned, financially and operationally, to serve the collision industry in the coming years.”
The board has appointed a CEO Search Committee, comprised of current and past board members. The committee has retained the services of Automotive Recruiters International, Inc., to assist in the CEO search and selection process.
To review an in-depth profile that was created for this position, visit www.automotivestaffing.com/about.htm and click on the I-CAR logo.

To be considered for this position, please forward a letter of interest and a copy of your resume to Jeff Ketchum, president — [email protected] or call 239-344-9514, ext.101.

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