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ERI Appoints Meleski as Director of Services
Chandler, IN - Sep 10, 2008 - Electronics Research has appointed Joe Meleski to the position of director of services. Meleski will lead ERI's structural and RF installation and field service organizations, with responsibility for supervision and management of service delivery. In addition, he will provide technical sales support for structural products to the ERI field sales staff and be responsible for the management of specific installer and tower accounts.
Meleski will report to Jerome Gruber, vice president and director, RF Division.
Meleski returns to ERI from Harris where he was district sales manager of the Mid-Atlantic region for its Broadcast Communications radio business. During his previous 12-year tenure with ERI, Meleski was directly involved with some of the largest broadcast tower and antenna projects in North America. He served as director of the installations division, with responsibilities including hiring and managing 12 to 14 broadcast tower and antenna construction crews and overseeing challenging broadcast installations.
Meleski is an associate member of the Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers (AFCCE). He will work from ERI's corporate headquarters campus and main manufacturing facility in Chandler, IN.
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