Executive Search – Board NED – Senior Associate

Location London
Duration Permanent
Reference RB1010

This client are a global technology platform who are changing the way organisations hire board-level talent. Their approach combines smart technology and industry experts to transform the boards of multinationals, start-ups, charities, government bodies, and everything in between.

Their platform, for Chairs and NEDs, is one of the most efficient ways to find high quality, diverse candidates and empowers brilliant people to apply for roles that match their skills, passions and availability.  This is a forward thinking, agile business which rewards driven and engaged individuals who may be frustrated with the more traditional careers paths within Executive Search.

They are looking for a Senior Associate who will focus on placing Board members into Financial Services organisations. As a Senior Associate, this hire will be responsible for a variety of tasks including mapping, headhunting (include searching the Member database in this), attending briefs with clients, writing a briefing document, long listing, screening, shortlisting, document presentation, feedback, handling offers, referencing. The level of responsibility for each mandate will differ depending on the level of the role and which Sales person has won the job. Similar to a typical Partner/Consultant and Associate relationship.

This hire will have a minimum or 3 years’ experience in Executive Search. It is essential that they have had experience placing Board level individuals like Chairs and NEDs. They must have strong intellect and be highly motivated and ambitious.

My client can offer a strong remuneration package as well as a young and vibrant culture that likes people with drive and ambition who are perhaps frustrated at the lack of dynamism in more traditional search firms. Apply or send your cv to ru.bowman@carlinhall.co.uk #RutheRec2Rec

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