Our Executive search practice is highly effective and we offer strict confidentiality for both our clients and candidates.
Every assignment is dealt with by one point of contact. Our consultants follow a thorough and in-depth interview process detailing the unique aspects of the post.
We use our database and in house researchers who identify candidates in the sector that have established themselves as being high calibre professionals.
At Peritus our job does not stop once the successful candidate is in post. We follow up with candidates and clients at regular intervals to check on the progress and performance.
We pride ourselves on the long term view when we recruit and understand that the probation period for both client and candidate is also our responsibility as the recruiter.
Our consultants will also be able to credibly address concerns that clients and candidates have and given the experience of our consultants, our clients and candidates value our insight and advice.
Types of role we recruit into:
- Chairmen, Non-Executive Directors,
- Chief Executives and Board Level Executives.
- Managing Directors and Chief Operating Officers
- Operations Directors and Regional Directors
- Clinical and Medical Directors
- HR Directors and Finance Directors
Our consultants have extensive experience and a proven track record of success at recruiting at senior level.
We are able to confidentially advise on current market trends and ensure we understand concerns and objectives before advising on opportunities.
At Peritus we are committed to ensuring candidates receive all the support and service that is necessary to ensure their objectives and career objectives are met.
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