The Minister for Infrastucture and Transport has announced the new Chief Executive Officer of Airservices Australia. The new CEO is Air Vice-Marshal Margaret Staib whose previous post with the Australian Defence Force was Commander of Defence Logistics.
“I am delighted to announce the appointment of Air Vice-Marshal Margaret Staib who brings over three decades of military experience in aviation, logistics and procurement management to this position,” Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Anthony Albanese said.
Air Vice-Marshal Staib will take up her position on 15 October this year.
The Chair of Airservices Australia, Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston (Ret’d), welcomed the appointment of Air Vice-Marshal Staib.
“Ms Staib has risen to the rank of Air-Vice Marshal over a 30-year career in the military,” Air Chief Marshal Houston (Ret’d) said.
“It was the unanimous view of the selection panel that Air Vice-Marshal Staib has the background and experience to excel as the CEO of Airservices Australia.
“The Board and I look forward to working with Air Vice-Marshal Staib to take Airservices Australia forward to achieve our organisational goals.”
Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston (Ret’d) thanked Mr Andrew Clark for his work as Acting CEO of Airservices Australia.
“Mr Clark took up the role of Acting CEO in May this year. The Board and I wish to sincerely thank Mr Clark for his management of Airservices Australia over this time,” Air Chief Marshal Houston (Ret’d) said.
http://www.minister.infrastructure.gov.au/aa/releases/2012/September/aa196_2012.aspx for copy of Media Release.