REV Group Inc., a leading manufacturer of specialty vehicles announced today that Dean Nolden is stepping down as chief financial officer (CFO). Replacing Nolden, the company appointed Mark A. Skonieczny as CFO, effective June 13.
Skonieczny was most recently vice president and corporate controller of Adient PLC. Prior to that, Skonieczny spent 17 years at Johnson Controls in a variety of financial roles, including vice president of corporate development, vice president of finance, Global Aftermarket – Power Solutions; vice president of Finance, Middle East, Latin America and NA Systems – Building Efficiency; and assistant corporate controller.
“I am pleased to welcome Mark to our leadership team,” said Rod Rushing, president and CEO of REV Group Inc. “Mark brings a broad set of experiences in leading financial teams within industrial manufacturing companies including driving operational change and leading transformational portfolio initiatives. I am certain that Mark will have an immediate impact to our business and accelerate our efforts to become a top performing industrial company.”
As CFO, Skonieczny will lead REV Group’s financial organization and will be responsible for accounting, treasury, financial planning and analysis, tax, corporate development and investor relations.
Skonieczny holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Michigan State University and began his career as a Certified Public Accountant at Coopers & Lybrand.