Audubon Companies Appoints Leah Temple as Director of In-Plant Staffing Services

Audubon Companies, a global provider of engineering, consulting, construction, fabrication, and technical services supporting the energy, power, and industrial markets, announced the addition of Leah L. Temple to the position of Director of In-Plant Staffing Services. Overseeing Audubon Companies’ In-Plant Engineering Services, she will be responsible for strategies and activities related to placing Audubon technical experts at petrochemical and refinery clients’ worksites to support all stages of plant operations.

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Temple brings more than 20 years of talent management, recruiting, business development, and culture-building experience. Her approach to in-plant talent acquisition combines strong industry knowledge with recruiting and talent relationship management expertise. Before joining Audubon Companies, Temple served in a range of service coordination and business development roles for Siemens, Engineering & Inspection Services, Mullin, and Hargrove Engineers & Constructors.

Shawn Senf, Audubon Companies’ Vice President of Petrochemical and Refining, said, “I am pleased to welcome Leah in her new appointment. Her leadership experience and proven track record will be key in providing our clients with the multidisciplinary site-base experts they need to maintain and upgrade existing facilities.”

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Temple adds, “I look forward to joining the Audubon team and helping clients achieve their business objectives. Our goal for turnkey in-plant staffing services is to provide clients with technical personnel who are focused on quality, safety, and effective performance.”

The petrochemical and refinery markets are evolving to meet new and emerging global demands, such as sustainability, energy storage and generation, and clean-burning fuel technology and additives. Providing the right in-plant experts will play a crucial role in helping operators enhance their competitiveness in the new landscape; keep pace with aggressive project schedules; and improve safety, throughput, reliability, and utilization.

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