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AECOM (NYSE:ACM) [Los Angeles, CA] announced that Mary E. Finch has been named executive vice president and chief human resources officer, effective Sept. 28. Finch joins AECOM from Accenture, where she held positions of increasing responsibility since 2001 and most recently was the senior managing director and chief operating officer for global human resources. Prior to joining Accenture, she held progressive leadership roles with Abilizer Solutions and Accenture legacy firm Andersen Consulting.
G4S [Jupiter, FL] appointed Geoff Gerks as Chief Human Resources Officer for G4S North America and Technology Region. Gerks joined G4S in 2013 as SVP Human Resources for Secure Solutions. Prior to joining G4S, Gerks spent several years with Brinks as the SVP for HR in their US business. His earlier career included periods with C.R. Bard, and Coca-Cola Enterprises, where he progressed through various HR roles.
WestJet [Calgary, AB] announced the appointment of Mark Porter to the position of Executive Vice-President, People and Culture, effective October 26, 2015. Mark joins WestJet from Shaw Communications where he was the Senior Vice-President, Human Resources, for almost 10 years. Prior to his work with Shaw, Mark was with Molson Canada where he held several senior human resources positions including Chief People Officer. Mark also brings aviation experience to WestJet, having worked with Bombardier Aerospace in a variety of engineering and human resource roles for more than 15 years.
Big Lots, Inc. (NYSE: BIG) [Columbus, OH] announced that Michael A. Schlonsky was promoted to Executive Vice President, Human Resources and Store Operations. Mr. Schlonsky has been with Big Lots for 22 years and held numerous positions of increasing responsibility culminating in his prior role of Senior Vice President, Human Resources.