The supervisory board of Tauron Polska Energia announced on Monday the qualification procedure for the position of the company's president, who will replace Wojciech Ignacok, who was leaving his job at the end of February. Applications of candidates in the competition will be accepted by the next Friday.
According to the announcement on the initiation of the qualification procedure published on Monday, applications will be accepted by 2.30 p.m. on Friday 26 February, and the interviews with candidates who meet the formal requirements will be held on Tuesday, March 2 in Tauron's Warsaw office.
Detailed requirements for candidates for the position of president of the company are described in the announcement of the qualification procedure available on the Tauron website https://www.tauron.pl/tauron/konkurs .
Last Friday, the president of Tauron, Wojciech Ignacok, who has been managing the company for over seven months, announced his resignation from the position at the end of February. He motivated his decision for health reasons.
There are currently two vice-presidents in the management board of Tauron: Marek Wadowski, responsible for finances, and Jerzy Topolski, vice-president for asset management.
50-year-old Wojciech Ignacok became the president of Tauron in mid-July last year. He replaced Filip Grzegorczyk, who had been managing the company for nearly four previous years, from autumn 2016.
Wojciech Ignacok is a manager of the energy and heating industry with many years of experience. From 2016, he headed the management board of PEC Geotermia Podhalańska, operating in the field of generation, transmission and distribution of heat from geothermal sources and the production of electricity in cogeneration. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Automatic Control and Robotics at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow.
Tauron Polska Energia is the parent company of the Tauron Group, with equity in the amount of over PLN 19 billion and employing over 25 thousand people. employees. The Tauron Group annually supplies over 50 terawatt hours of electricity to approximately 5.6 million recipients, mainly in southern Poland. The dominant shareholder of the company is the State Treasury (PAP)
author: Marek Błoński