Steve Apodaca, Charter Communications’ president of operations, will be leaving the company.
The company has not yet decided if he will be replaced, according to a Charter spokesman.
Apodaca joined Charter in 2003 as vice president of sales and marketing for Charter's then Central Division. After a number of positions in operations, he was promoted to president of operations in 2010.
Apodaca reported to John Bickham, the company’s new chief operating officer.
Bickham said: "Steve has been a valuable contributor to Charter's success for nearly a decade and has been vital to easing my transition to the company. It has been a pleasure working with him, and we wish him the best."
"Steve has made many contributions to this industry during the past 20 years, serving four of the nation's largest cable companies," added Tom Rutledge, Charter’s president and chief executive officer. "I am confident that Steve's hard-working, competitive nature will continue to lead him to success."
The company has not yet decided if it will appoint a new president of operations.