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News » UK » Jacobs ops director moves to Morgan Sindall » published 7 Oct 2016

Jacobs ops director moves to Morgan Sindall

Morgan Sindall Professional Services (MSPS), the engineering consultancy part of Morgan Sindall, has appointed Paul Smith to the new role of director of operations.

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Paul Smith was previously director of operations for Jacobs’ UK process business and has worked across various sector including manufacturing, nuclear and defence. A fellow of the Institute of Chemical Engineers, he is both a chartered engineer and a chartered scientist.

His new role will be to support the MSPS’ managing director Martin Lubieniecki in growing the business. His remit includes new business development and driving a culture change within the business by delegating more responsibility and accountability to key employees.

Mr Smith said: “I am genuinely excited to be afforded the opportunity to bring my operational and commercial skills to MSPS and help Martin and the team to make a great business even better. I am particularly looking forward to working closely with the Sector Directors and their teams in defining new strategies, harnessing cross-sector capabilities and leveraging our strength and depth of resource to deliver innovation and superior performance to all our customers.”

Martin Lubieniecki added: “Paul’s appointment reflects our commitment to investing in the very finest talent with the appropriate levels of experience and expertise that we need to support our customers’ objectives. Paul is a respected name within the industry, and his knowledge of major clients and key sectors will be invaluable in taking our business forward.”




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This article was published on 7 Oct 2016 (last updated on 7 Oct 2016).

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