24 April 2008
Web exclusive: April Career Moves
Bentley Systems, Inc., appointed Harry Vitelli to vice president, platform product management, where he will develop and manage the company's MicroStation and ProjectWise product strategies and programs.
J. Stephen Simon, director and senior vice president of Exxon Mobil Corporation, will retire effective 31 May, after more than 40 years of service.
The IMI Sensors division of PCB Piezotronics appointed Doug Eberhart, a 25-year veteran of the industrial vibration monitoring market, as IMI sensors international sales manager, overseeing the growth and development of new and existing sales channels.
The PTO (PROFIBUS and PROFINET North America) appointed Victor Wolowec to the PTO Board of Directors. Wolowec is vice-president of solutions business at Endress+Hauser.
Tom Sorley, president and chief executive of Rosendin Electric Inc., is the new chairman of the board of the Design-Build Institute of America, an association of leaders in the design and construction industry who use design-build and integrated project delivery methods.
Wilcoxon Research, a vibration sensors and sensor networks provider, hired Ronaldo Sullivan as North American sales manager, who will work out of Wilcoxon's main facility in Germantown, Md.