Rolls-Royce has appointed Tony Wood to be the next president of its Aerospace division, replacing Mark King, who has resigned after four months in the role.

King, who was appointed Rolls-Royce Aerospace president in January 2013, “has decided to resign from the company at the end of June,” according to a company statement.

He has been with the engine manufacturer since 1986, with former roles including civil aerospace president and CEO of International Aero Engines.

Wood will take up his new role May 13. He is currently president of Rolls-Royce’s Marine division and has worked for Rolls-Royce for 12 years, with experience in the company’s civil and defense businesses.

A Rolls-Royce spokeswoman said King is leaving for “personal reasons.”