Gloucester Engineering Builds Business Integrity with New Hires
Within the past few months, Gloucester Engineering Co., Inc. (GEC) has hired four new employees. In efforts to strengthen the company, GEC welcomes James Allick, Jeffrey Cao, Chris Carter, and Keegan Ross.
James Allick joined in February as the company’s Purchasing/Logistics Manager. He comes to Gloucester with a wealth of knowledge regarding mergers and acquisitions, as well as 3PL logistics, manufacturing and operations metrics and management. Prior to Gloucester, he worked for many venture capital, private equity and investment banking companies in New England. James graduated from Clark University and Northeastern University with a BS in Economics and a BS in Business Management, respectively.
Jeffrey Cao comes to GEC with a Ph. D in Electronic Materials and a minor in Digital Signal Processing from MIT. Jeffrey holds a patent to his name, as well as publications related to EFG (Edge-Defined Film-Fed Growth) crystal growth. Jeffrey’s expertise in advanced controls and system integration and software engineering earned him a position with Gloucester at the end of March as Senior Software Control Engineer.
Chris Carter has 25 years of experience in quality management. He specializes in tight tolerance machined and fabricated components for the Aerospace, Automotive and Renewable Energy industries. The last quality position Chris held was Vice President of Quality for Americarb, a carbon and graphite supplier located in Ashland, Ohio. Chris joined Gloucester in April as the Director of Quality.
Keegan Ross returned to the company after a 4-month work experience he started in the fall. Now officially a part of Gloucester, Keegan serves as Customer Support Coordinator. Graduating from Fort Valley State University with a BS in Mathematics and Georgia Teach with a BS in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Keegan has the knowledge that Gloucester looks for. His years prior to GEC honed his technical, management, and coordinating skills.