'success' ladders' has a clumsy sound to it and the spelling is wrong; it is better put as 'climbing the ladders of success' which in this case sounds right and gives a better 'picture'. Better still would be ' climbing the ladders to success'.
Then no 'to': he reached the position...
'brings to the table exceptional expertise' see your dictionary for the definitions.
There is no 'the' needed between 'achieving' and 'results' because 'results' is what he is achieving 'at par with....'.
Either you achieve results, or, 'the results I achieved were...'
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