A shakeup is underway at Post Holdings as the consumer packaged goods holding company is strengthening its executive team with the promotion of two key leaders. Recently, the company announced that effective December 1, 2022, Matt Mainer, current Senior Vice President and Treasurer, will be promoted to Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, and Treasurer. Jeff Zadoks will also be promoted from Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.
Mainer will continue his role as Treasurer with added responsibilities of Chief Financial Officer, a release explained. He joined Post in 2015, prior to which he served as the Assistant Treasurer at Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals and as the Vice President and Treasurer at ESCO Technologies.
As Mainer joins the C-suite, Zadoks will continue to serve on Post’s executive management team. Both will report to Post’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Robert V. Vitale.
Zadoks’ role as Chief Operating Officer will include working with each of the Presidents of Post’s businesses to drive operational excellence, better collaboration, cost reduction, and revenue opportunities across the portfolio.
Having joined Post in 2011 as Corporate Controller, Zadoks was named Chief Financial Officer in 2014 and Executive Vice President in 2017. Before joining Post, he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer of RehabCare Group, a national rehabilitation services company. Previously, Zadoks was the Corporate Controller at MEMC Electronic Materials (SunEdison). He started his career in the audit practice at KPMG.
Additionally, Zadoks will continue to have accountability for the company’s procurement function.
“I am delighted for both Jeff and Matt in their new roles,” commented President and CEO Vitale on the latest Chief changes. “Matt has been instrumental in executing Post’s most complicated financial transactions, and Jeff has been essential to our success the past decade. I am privileged to continue to work with each of them.”
Cheers to both leaders on their promotions!