Entegris Appoints Brad Mcmahon To Senior Vice President Of Human Resources

Date: 27 November 2003
Source: Entegris
Entegris, Inc., materials integrity management, announced that Brad McMahon has been appointed to the newly created position of senior vice president of human resources.

The new position was created to accelerate the development of the company’s human resource strategies that are fully integrated with, focused on and driven by Entegris’ business priorities and aggressive profitable growth goals. McMahon will report directly to Jim Dauwalter, Entegris chief executive officer.

“Brad’s new role will allow Entegris to continue building on the strengths of our current team members, while at the same time, place a stronger focus on planning, employee communication, staff development and the services and support the human resources team provides its internal customers and business partners,” said Dauwalter. “Not only does Brad have the professional experience to help Entegris meet our business goals, he has a values-based background which is a strong cultural fit.”

Most recently, McMahon held the position of director of human resources at Medical Arts Press in Brooklyn Park, Minn. He has over 27 years of human resources experience with companies such as The Northland Company, AgriBank (Farm Credit Services), Minnegasco, Sara Lee and Munsingwear.

“Entegris is an impressive company that is well positioned for the future and I look forward to serving as a leader on this team,” said McMahon. “This organization has the three things I look for in an employer: strong cultural values with a commitment to doing the right thing for the right reason; a leadership team that views employees as assets that should be developed and invested in; and aggressive business goals with a commitment to delivering results.”

McMahon holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration and an Employee and Labor Relations Certificate from the University of Minnesota.

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Date: 27 November 2003
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