Sertec, the global car parts manufacturer, has appointed a new Vice President of Human Resources.
Natalie Carter joins Sertec with a wealth of experience and knowledge in senior HR roles and will lead on HR strategy as part of a wider implementation of the businesses’ five-year strategic roadmap.
The Sertec role is the latest senior HR role in a 15 year plus career during which time Natalie has held progressively Senior HR roles in the service and manufacturing sector. Natalie joins us from Collins Aerospace where she held the role of Associate Director of HR and Employee Relations.
Natalie, said: “I am excited to join Sertec in my new role as Vice President of Human Resources.
“As Sertec expands into the electric vehicle sector and key European markets, I relish the opportunity to join the senior team at such a strategically important time for the business.
“I will be looking to utilise my prior experience in policy deployment to ensure the HR focus is strategic in its nature and that we work with the business in partnership to implement the five-year roadmap.”
Grant Adams, Group CEO at Sertec, said: “We welcome Natalie to the business and look forward to utilising her experience and knowledge to deliver our People strategy within the business.
“Natalie will play an integral role in helping to implement our five-year organisational roadmap, a key strategic driver for our expansion plans and business success going forward.
“We have some exciting times ahead and with Natalie and other recent senior appointments, we are now better equipped than ever to take full advantage of our position in the automotive sector.”
Sertec Group Ltd operates across eight sites, with six manufacturing sites in the Midlands in the UK, one manufacturing site in Aszar, Hungary and one in Hückeswagen, Germany, plus a tooling technical centre based in Dongguan, China.