Another executive is going over the wall at Outerwall, the Bellevue-based operator of Redbox DVD-rental kiosks and Coinstar coin-counting machines.

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Another executive is going over the wall at Outerwall, the Bellevue-based operator of Redbox DVD-rental kiosks and Coinstar coin-counting machines.

The company said Friday its chief strategy, sales, and services officer, James Pinckney, will leave the company next month.

His departure comes just weeks after CEO J. Scott Di Valerio stepped down and resigned from the board after less than two years in the top post.

Outerwall has been searching for direction since its Redbox movie-rental business, which had driven a large part of its growth, slowed over the past year. The Redbox business, which dispenses DVDs from vending machines, has been facing fierce competition from video-streaming services such as Netflix.

Last week the company announced it’s shutting down its Redbox operations in Canada.

Board member Nora Denzel is serving as interim CEO while Outerwall searches for its next chief executive, the company said in January.

The company’s executive team includes presidents for its Redbox, Coinstar and ecoATM divisions.