IAgrE CEO to retire


IAgrE CEO, Alastair Taylor, to step down after almost 6 years

The Institution of Agricultural Engineers (IAgrE) is seeking a new chief executive, after the current CEO Chief Executive, Alastair Taylor (below), announced that he is to retire in September in order to spend more time with his wife at home in Shropshire.

“I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at IAgrE as CEO and look forward to continuing my association with the Institution as a volunteer after my retirement. I always planned to be with IAgrE for five years and by the time I finish it will be nearer six”, he said. “Meanwhile, I am fully committed to IAgrE for the next 6 months and look forward to continuing in post until a suitable replacement may be found”.

Prior to joining IAgrE in October 2013, Alastair was a Commissioner with CAVTL (Commission on Adult Vocational Teaching and Learning) and Vice-Principal of Hartpury College. Additionally, he has run his own company, Greendale Learning and Development (GLAD Ltd) which deals with quality improvement services for the UK Education, Learning and Skills sector.

The search for Alastair’s replacement is currently underway, and the IAgrE Executive are planning to commence interviews at the end of March. Click here for further details.

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Source: Service Dealer

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