BAS appoints two Bermudian managers
Bermuda Aviation Services Ltd today announces the appointment of two Bermudians to key positions within the organisation’s companies: Azeem Khan in the role of vice-president, technical operations for the CCS Group and Antoine Lambert as operations manager for Besco.
Mr Khan is returning home to the CCS Group, where he began his career as a networking consultant, telephony engineer and cabling technician. Over the 18 years since, Mr Kahn has worked in senior positions for multiple telecommunications providers in Bermuda.
Mr Khan’s expertise spans technical design, implementation and management as well as incorporating business knowledge and leadership abilities.
He earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016, as well as a Bachelor of Science, network and communications management from DeVry University in Atlanta, Georgia and Associate of Science degree in science, information systems from Bermuda College.
Mr Khan is a BICSI-registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) and holds many supplier and industry certifications.
Mr Lambert has been with the BAS Group for six year working with Besco as a senior technician supporting the electrical and fire detection businesses.
He brings more than 25 years of experience in electrical & fire systems, as well as a strong entrepreneurial focus. Mr Lambert has worked for several local firms that offer electrical and fire services, including his own business. He holds an Associate of Science degree in arts and science from Bermuda College, as well as multiple electrical and fire safety certifications.
Leslie Rans, chief executive officer of BAS Group, said: “We are pleased to make these appointments and welcome Azeem and Antoine to the management team of the BAS Group. They both have a wide range of experience in their respective industries and we are confident that they will bring a fresh perspective to their roles. We look forward to working with them both.”
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