IPS names Mark DuBose as VP of Human Resources

(Greenville, SC — January 19, 2015) Integrated Power Services (IPS), a North American leader in the service and repair of electric motors, generators and mechanical power transmission components, today announced that Mark DuBose has joined IPS as its VP of Human Resources.

“We are excited to have an HR professional with Mark’s experience join IPS. Mark’s experience leading HR in highly skilled, multiple location service businesses makes him a perfect fit for IPS. As we continue our implementation of CIPS (Continuous Improvement Process Solution), our people are the foundation on which we will drive differentiated customer satisfaction. We believe Mark has the tools, communication skills and experience to help make IPS the best place to work in our industry,” said John Zuleger, IPS President and CEO.

DuBose was most recently with GE Power and Water division where he held the position of Global Human Resources Business Partner, leading the Power Generation On-Site Services global team, a $1 billion dollar business with over 600 employees. During his time with GE, he held various HR Manager roles and was the HR leader for GE’s business units for Wind Generators, Industrial Solutions, and their Turbine Service Shop network. Prior to joining GE, DuBose managed HR for CEVA Logistics, a contracting services company supporting BMW and Honda that consisted of 13 facilities and over 1,200 people.

DuBose adds, “I am excited about joining this great team of people and using my experiences to support IPS’s expectations of delivering an Unmatched Customer Experience.”

DuBose, who currently resides in Burlington, North Carolina, graduated from Clemson University with a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Management and an MBA in International Business from Gardner-Webb University. He will relocate his family and work out of IPS’s Greenville, South Carolina corporate headquarters.

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