Audi Neckarsulm: Stefanie Ulrich will head Human Resources from January 1, 2011
- HR Director at Neckarsulm, Martin Rosik, assumes new responsibilities within the Volkswagen Group
- Dr. Jochen Haberland succeeds Stefanie Ulrich as HR Director at Audi Brussels
Stefanie Ulrich (45), currently HR Director within the Board of Directors of AUDI BRUSSELS S.A./N.V., will become the new HR Director in Neckarsulm as from January 1, 2011. She will take the place of Martin Rosik (48), who is to assume new responsibilities at Volkswagen AG. Stefanie Ulrich will be succeeded in Brussels by Dr. Jochen Haberland (43), currently Head of HR Management/Information Systems at Audi in Ingolstadt.
Thomas Sigi, Member of the Board of Management for Human Resources at AUDI AG, comments: “During his seven years in Neckarsulm, Martin Rosik played a major role in pushing forward key personnel measures and decisions as part of the model initiative at the plant. We would like to thank him for his dedication and successful work. At the same time, I am delighted that Stefanie Ulrich, another manager with extensive international experience, will be joining the team in Neckarsulm.” Sigi noted that Ms Ulrich had made a crucial contribution in Brussels to the launch of the Audi A1 and had restructured HR policies in cooperation with the Belgian trade unions. “Her successor at the Audi plant in Brussels, Dr. Jochen Haberland, has in-depth experience of both HR projects and operational HR management. He is also known for his wide-ranging technical know-how,” said Sigi.
Stefanie Ulrich was born in Stuttgart. After gaining a degree in German Studies and Political Science, she started her career in Volkswagen AG’s HR department in Wolfsburg in 1990. She occupied numerous positions – in areas including training, the promotion of women in the workplace, HR management and HR services – prior to being appointed Head of HR at VW’s Salzgitter plant in 2000. In 2007 Ulrich assumed the role of HR Director at the Audi plant in Brussels. There, working in partnership with the key trade unions, she developed new working-time models for the launch of the Audi A1.
Martin Rosik became HR Director at the Audi Neckarsulm plant in 2003. He previously held the position of HR Director at ThyssenKrupp Aufzüge Deutschland; his career at Thyssen spanned a total of 15 years. He studied Economics, graduating as a Diplom-Ökonom (qualified economist).
Dr.-Ing. Jochen Haberland has headed the HR Management and Information Systems department within the Ingolstadt HR division since 2007. After gaining a degree in Production Technology, Haberland started working at Audi in 1998, occupying positions of responsibility in areas such as operational employee services and job appraisal.