Visteon Names SVP of Human Resources
In this new role, Mr Shull will be responsible for the companyâ€™s global human resources strategy and programs, including employee recruitment and development, compensation and benefits, labor relations and organizational structure.
Previously, Mr Shull was senior vice president of human resources at Walter Energy in Tampa, Florida. He served as executive leadership team since January 2010 in Walter, and was responsible for all human resources functions for the global steel industry supplier. Before that, he was an independent consultant to the global mining industry.
Mr Shull has also served in various senior executive human resources positions at several companies.
From 2005-2008, Mr Shull served as senior vice president at Arrow Electronics in Englewood, Colorado, and was responsible for global human resources overseeing staff in more than 52 countries.
Mr Shull was senior vice president of global human resources from 1996-2005 for the base metals division of a natural resources company BHP Billiton.
Mr Shull served 14 years at Unocal, advancing to group general manager of human resources. Earlier in his career, he held compensation and recruiting roles at Occidental Petroleum, Resource Science, Western Airlines (now Delta Air Lines) and Walt Disney.
Mr Stebbins said: â€œKeithâ€™s extensive experience leading global human resources teams at a range of multi-faceted global companies will be very valuable as we leverage our global manufacturing and engineering footprint to serve our customers.
â€œKeith has an excellent reputation for building, developing and aligning results-focused teams at dynamic global organizations. Weâ€™re pleased to have him on Visteonâ€™s leadership team.â€
In May 2011, Visteon said to appoint two new independent members to its board of directors by August 1, 2011, and will increase the size to 10. One of the new directors will replace William Redmond, who resigned from the board.
Visteon designs, engineers and manufactures innovative climate, electronic, interior and lighting products for vehicle manufacturers. The company has facilities in 26 countries and employs approximately 26,500 people.
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