McDermott + Bull has successfully placed Alan Kinsella as Vice President of Operations at Mission Critical Electronics, LLC (MCE). Along with driving operational improvement initiatives, Alan will be responsible for sourcing, planning, manufacturing, testing, distribution, and service and repair functions. He will also drive improved customer experience, operational efficiency, and margin improvement, as well as create and deploy global business objectives, policies, and programs integrated across all functional areas of the supply chain.

Alan is an experienced operations leader that transforms organizations through operational excellence. With a strong background, his robust experience has lent him a much bigger toolbox than most. He began his career with roles in engineering, plant management, and operations, where he had direct ownership of facilities. He was eventually asked to step into a value-add, operational excellence position at Danaher, where he had the opportunity to take the organization to another level. More recently, Alan served as Vice President of Operational Excellence at Ducommun, Inc. Alan earned his Bachelor of Science in computer engineering and industrial electronics from the University of Limerick, Ireland.

MCE represents a platform of distinctive brands and products focusing on industrial electronic and electrical applications where durability, reliability, and performance in hostile environments is essential. A focus on critical system applications in commercial marine vessels, mega yachts, DC control & standby power, railroad passenger cars, wireless networks, emergency vehicles, and public safety communications has resulted in a unique offering of high-value products and well-respected brands in their respective markets. Mission Critical Electronics is dedicated to supplying high quality products to the markets they serve.

This executive search was completed by McDermott + Bull Co-Founder and Managing Partner Chris BullDirector Anne Terry, and Senior Executive Search Recruiter Sara Pizarro.