Fractional CEO (04121054)

  • General Description/Background: As a Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO), you will guide the financial and operational strategies of the company. Working closely with the founder, you will oversee operations and financial planning, budgeting, and forecasting. . Your expertise will be essential in driving profitability, enhancing operational efficiency, and fostering a culture of empowerment and accountability across the organization. Key Responsibilities: • Lead the development and execution of financial strategies in alignment with company goals and objectives. Provide strategic financial guidance to the CEO and founder to drive business growth and profitability. • Collaborate with the CEO to optimize operational processes and improve efficiency across all service lines. Ensure effective resource allocation and cost management to maximize profitability. • Work alongside the founder and executive team to develop and implement long-term strategic plans and initiatives. Conduct financial analysis and scenario planning to support decision-making and mitigate risks. • Oversee the budgeting and forecasting process, ensuring accuracy and alignment with business objectives. Monitor financial performance and variance analysis to identify opportunities for improvement. • Work with company controller to ensure timely and accurate financial reports, including monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements. Provide insights and recommendations to the CEO and executive team based on financial analysis. • Manage cash flow effectively to support business operations and capital investments. Develop cash flow projections and liquidity management strategies to optimize financial resources. • Build and maintain strong relationships with external stakeholders, including banks, financial institutions, and vendors. Negotiate favorable terms and financing arrangements to support business growth and expansion. • Mentor and develop finance and accounting team members to enhance their skills and capabilities. Foster a culture of continuous learning, empowerment, and accountability within the finance department.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, Accounting, or related field; MBA or CPA preferred
    • Proven experience as a CEO, General Manager, CFO or senior financial executive in a similar industry (HVAC services and propane distribution)
    • Strong financial acumen and analytical skills, with the ability to translate financial data into strategic insights and recommendations
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with internal and external stakeholders
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
  • Location: Rising Sun, MD
  • Travel Type: Must live within daily commutable distance
  • Assignment Type: Interim - Part-Time
  • Assignment Timeframe: 12 months +
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Direct Hire- REVENUE CYCLE MANAGER-Full time (04121055)

  • General Description/Background: Our Health Care Industry Customer is looking to fill a Revenue Cycle Management Leader (RCM) who will provide leadership, strategic direction, analytical/technical knowledge, and management expertise to the Revenue Cycle team. The ideal candidate MUST have experience working in a Private Equity owned organization, and come from a larger Health Care or Hospital System environment. Strong leadership abilities, ability to make tough decisions, strategic, and hands-on Analytical ( Strong EXCEL skills) They will be reporting to the Chief Financial Officer. Pricing strength is critical to this role. Virtual opportunity, but must live in or near Rockville, MD, or Santa Monica, CA Full-time Direct Hire Annual Salary $175,000-$225,000
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Master’s degree in Business Administration or other relevant field required
    • Have worked with a Private Equity-owned company.
    • Partner closely with the VP of Commercial Operations to manage and support Patient Access – e.g., Financial Counselors, Financial Educators, and related processes.
    • Maintain division budget; and assist with department-specific budgets as needed.
    • Act in compliance with legal rules and regulations applicable to the position.
    • Negotiations and Pricing
    • Self-Pay Pricing optimization
    • Charge Entry
    • Payment Posting
    • A/R and Collections
    • Patient Access
    • Specialty financial and patient access programs offered by USF, including Shared Risk and Fertility Access RCM
    • Complex Billing
    • IBV
    • Bad Debt and aged A/R management
    • Provider Credentialing
    • Authorization and Denial Management
    • Payor reimbursement verification – contract compliance
    • Outsourced vendor management (e.g. GVA, Centaur, etc.)
    • Ability to make good, considered decisions in a demanding, fast-paced environment.
    • Analytical capabilities – the ability to diagnose challenges and opportunities with data-driven analytics.
    • Manage data and create a leverage-able infrastructure of tools to optimize business performance.
    • Expected to create KPIs, dashboards, reports, and appropriate diagnostic tools to understand the business and identify early challenges, opportunities, and areas of focus.
    • Expected to identify trends, changes, and opportunities
    • Will work closely with the Business Intelligence team to develop an optimized reporting suite of RCM and Managed Care metrics
    • Financial Acumen, and ability – proficient level of understanding of accounting principles, and inter-relationship of P&L, balance sheet, and cash flow.
    • Finance capabilities and experience – departmental P&L management, especially expense budgeting and active expense management with the constant mindset of creating operational efficiencies and cost-savings.
    • communicate topics, issues, and requests at a strategic level to senior executive management, as well as operational partners.
    • Ability to convey what matters, drive key decisions, and communicate value propositions, achievements, and needs.
    • Highly collaborative across all levels of the organization, and adept at operating in a matrixed and highly interdependent operating model – across practices, geographies, and functions
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
    • Deep experience with healthcare provider Revenue Cycle Management: 15+ years preferred.
    • Minimum 8-10 years of Supervisory/Management experience with experience in hiring, conflict resolution, and financial responsibilities such as preparing budgets, policy writing, etc.
  • Location: Virtual Rockville, MD or Santa Monica, CA
  • Travel Type: Can be virtual
  • Assignment Type: Direct Hire with Client
  • Assignment Timeframe:
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Interim CEO 6 months (04061053)

  • General Description/Background: Our customer provides research and analysis services. The Company specializes in designing, implementing, and applying data-driven models with in-depth analytics. They are looking for an Interim CEO who will provide overall leadership and direction to the firm and is responsible for growing and expanding company value through making strategic decisions that align with the organization's mission, vision, values, and goals. The ideal candidate can live in or near one of their locations White River Junction, VT (Greater Boston), Burlington, VT, Washington, DC, Portland, OR, Denver, CO, Chicago IL, San Diego, CA. They will be reporting to the board chair. We are looking for someone who can come in and work with a change in MGT. Discovery of turnover issues listening and understanding the teams.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Education and Experience
    • • Minimum Bachelor’s degree
    • • 15 years of experience, with at least 5 years in executive-level positions.
    • Experience in professional services preferred.
    • • Extensive leadership experience at the executive level, demonstrating the ability to lead
    • and inspire teams to achieve strategic goals.
    • • In-depth knowledge and understanding of the research and analytics industry.
    • • Experienced navigator of industry trends, competitive landscapes, and regulatory
    • environments.
    • • Strong strategic thinking and planning skills, with the ability to develop and execute a
    • long-term vision for the organization.
    • • Experience driving innovation and navigating the organization through dynamic
    • environments.
    • • Demonstrated financial management skills, including the ability to analyze and present
    • financial statements, build and manage budgets, and make informed financial decisions.
    • • Responsible for company financials (e.g., banking, budgets, reports, compliance).
    • Experience with financial planning, risk management, and capital allocation.
    • • Proven ability to lead and manage organizational change, demonstrating adaptability and
    • resilience.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
    • Preferred advanced degree in business, finance, engineering, economics, or related fields.
    • Industries: Professional Services/Consulting, Transportation Analytics. Environmental/Energy Regulatory, Data modeling, State & Local Regulatory
    • ESOP experience
  • Location: VT, DC, OR, CO, IL, CA
  • Travel Type: Must live within daily commutable distance
  • Assignment Type: Interim - Full-Time
  • Assignment Timeframe:
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Fractional CFO -Virtual (04021052)

  • General Description/Background: Our customer is a non-profit housing finance and development organization that is seeking a fractional CFO. The CFO reports directly to the President/CEO and will work directly with Program Directors on all strategic matters as they relate to budget management, cost-benefit analysis, forecasting, and financing. The CFO will also work directly with the Finance Committee to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans, and policies. The fractional role pays $150.00 per hour and will be part-time for 10-15 hours weekly. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) provides both operational and administrative support to the organization. The CFO supervises the finance unit and IT activity and reports directly to the President/CEO. The CFO directly assists Program Directors and other Managers on all strategic and tactical matters as they relate to budget management, cost-benefit analysis, forecasting needs, and the securing of new funding. The CFO will work with senior management and the Finance Committee to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans, and policies. Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct, and evaluate the organization’s fiscal function and performance. Participate in the development of the organization’s plans and programs as a strategic partner. Evaluate and advise on the impact of long-range planning, introduction of new programs/strategies, and regulatory action.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • A minimum of a BS in a finance-related field; CPA and/or MBA are preferred.
    • 10 yrs plus progressive experience managing and leading financial departments and strategies.
    • Significant experience in nonprofit accounting, including fund and grant accounting, and compliance/reporting.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
    • Experience in the real estate, financial services, and finance industries is beneficial.
    • Experience in federal or state grant administration is beneficial.
  • Location: Phoenix, AZ
  • Travel Type: Can be virtual
  • Assignment Type: Interim - Part-Time
  • Assignment Timeframe: 6 months
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Public Speaking Coach (03281050)

  • General Description/Background: One of our client's founders is on the lookout for a skilled Public Speaking Coach to elevate his speaking abilities, catering to both business audiences and individuals embarking on transformative journeys. If you possess expertise in public speaking coaching and are eager to make a meaningful difference, we want to hear from you. Take the opportunity to connect with us by clicking the link below and submitting your application.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Experienced Public Speaking Coach
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
  • Location: Van Nuys, CA
  • Travel Type:
  • Assignment Type: Advisory
  • Assignment Timeframe: 4 months
  • Potential to full time: No
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Interim CEO (Turnaround) (03281049)

  • General Description/Background: We are is seeking a interim Turnaround CEO to lead a AAA gaming company through a pivotal phase post-acquisition. The successful candidate will possess a proven track record of driving organizational transformation, implementing effective strategies, and fostering a culture of excellence and innovation. This role requires a leader who can navigate complex challenges, inspire teams, and drive sustainable growth in a very competitive market. Key Responsibilities: • Lead the development and execution of a comprehensive turnaround strategy to address key challenges, optimize operations, and maximize profitability. • Oversee financial performance, budgeting, and resource allocation to ensure the company's financial health and long-term sustainability. • Streamline processes, enhance operational efficiency, and improve productivity across all departments. • Drive innovation and creativity in game development, ensuring the delivery of compelling and market-leading gaming experiences. • Build and maintain positive relationships with key stakeholders, including investors, partners, and employees, to garner support for the turnaround efforts. • Attract, retain, and develop top talent, fostering a culture of collaboration, accountability, and continuous learning. • Develop and execute strategies to strengthen the company's market position, expand its audience reach, and capitalize on emerging opportunities. • Lead initiatives to revitalize the company's brand identity, enhance brand equity, and rebuild consumer trust and loyalty. • Identify potential risks and challenges, develop mitigation strategies, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standards. • Communication and Transparency: Foster open communication channels, provide regular updates to stakeholders, and maintain transparency throughout the turnaround process.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Proven experience as a CEO, COO, or senior executive in the gaming industry, with a successful track record of leading organizational turnarounds and driving business growth.
    • In-depth knowledge of the gaming market, industry trends, and competitive landscape.
    • Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Management, or a related field; MBA or equivalent preferred.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
  • Location: Canada
  • Travel Type: Travel reimbursement available
  • Assignment Type: Interim - Full-Time
  • Assignment Timeframe: 9+ months
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Fractional CFO (Higher Education) (03121047)

  • General Description/Background: We're partnering with a college in Maryland, searching for a Fractional CFO to join forces with their leadership team. In this role, you'll lead an assessment of their finance, accounting, and procurement operations, providing valuable recommendations for optimizing organizational structure, refining processes, and envisioning future states. If you have bandwidth to commit to 20-35 hours per week of fractional work, we want to hear from you.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, or a related field; MBA or CPA preferred.
    • Proven track record of success in senior financial leadership roles within the higher education sector or a similarly complex organization.
    • In-depth knowledge of finance, accounting, and procurement principles, practices, and regulations, with a focus on budgeting, planning, forecasting, and financial analysis.
    • Experience working with diverse funding sources, particularly in a multi-county or decentralized environment, is highly desirable.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
  • Location: La Plata, MD
  • Travel Type:
  • Assignment Type: Interim - Part-Time
  • Assignment Timeframe: 3 months
  • Potential to full time: No
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Director of Perioperative Services (03121046)

  • General Description/Background: The Director of Perioperative Services coordinates and supervises the activities of the Operating Room, Same Day Surgery, PACU, OR Scheduling, and Central Sterile. The Director is responsible to provide leadership, accountability and management of all staff. • Directs, collaborates with and evaluates all assigned staff to ensure safe, effective, efficient, quality care. • Develops and maintains knowledge of current and best practices in the specified clinical and management areas to ensure optimal care of the patient. • Supports and contributes to the mission, vision, values and strategic initiatives with a continuous focus on excellence in customer service and patient care delivery. • Establishes and maintains a professional relationship with patients, visitors, staff, physicians, and the community. • Assures confidentiality of patient and employee information at all times. • Assesses personal learning and professional growth needs and seeks educational opportunities to meet those needs. • Assumes responsibility for staffing and scheduling personnel in the Operating Room, Same Day Surgery, PACU, and Central Sterile. • Participates in the recruitment, selection, orientation, and retention of personnel. • Assures that staff is assigned to patient care in accordance with the patients’ needs and within the scope of practice of the individual. • Provides support to the staff and functions as a clinical resource. • Creates and monitors the capital and operational budget and makes adjustments as necessary to meet projections. • Completes performance appraisals of all staff. • Facilitates educational needs of staff within each unit and assists in developing professional growth plans of the staff. • Participates in the adverse event management process and follow up with staff involved in events. Facilitates education and process improvements necessary. • Participates in unit and organizational policy and decision making. • Facilitates efficient patient flow and work processes in all areas of responsibility. • Participates in the continuous Quality Improvement of the units and the Nursing Department though data collection and auditing. • Performs as a clinical RN, including the ability and expectation of taking patient assignments, as needed, in each nursing unit and is subject to the Registered Nurse job description. • Performs other duties as needed within the scope of practice in support of departmental and institutional needs and requirements. • Participates in the Manager of the Day rotation with other nursing directors/managers. • Participates in and accepts responsibility for any and all functions delegated by the Vice President of Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Officer. REPORTS TO: Vice President of Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Officer SUPERVISES: Perioperative Services RN’s, Scheduler, Environmental Services personnel, Certified Surgical Technicians, and Central Sterile Technicians
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • • Must be currently licensed as a Registered Nurse in New Hampshire or a Compact State.
    • • BSN or commensurate years of experience required.
    • • Masters degree preferred.
    • Experience/Specialized Skills:
    • • Five years direct clinical experience in an operating room required.
    • • Leadership experience preferred.
    • Required Education/Course(s)/Training:
    • • ACLS required.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
    • • Certification within clinical area of responsibility required (CNOR).
    • • Membership in a professional organization is preferred.
  • Location: Littleton, NH
  • Travel Type: Relocation reimbursement available
  • Assignment Type: Direct Hire with Client
  • Assignment Timeframe: Full-time Direct Hire
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Engineering Manager (03061044)

  • General Description/Background: The Engineering Manager will be responsible for leading and managing the Engineering Department, ensuring the successful execution of projects, and driving continuous improvement initiatives. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Lead, manage, and mentor a team of engineers and programmers providing guidance and support to ensure the successful execution of projects on the manufacturing floor. • Work closely with cross-functional teams including production control, manufacturing, quality, and logistics to ensure the timely delivery of high-quality products. • Develop and implement engineering processes and best practices to drive continuous improvement, increase efficiency and maintain schedules. • Provide technical expertise and support to resolve complex engineering issues • Ensure compliance with industry standards and regulations • Initiate, manage and coordinate all technical design reviews. Primary point of contact for Program Management organization for all engineering program activities including Modeling, Planning, and Programming. • Experience in Multi-Axis (5-axis), vertical and horizontal machining centers (Mazak, Mori Seiki as well as mill turn. • Establishes manufacturing process planning aerospace components. Recommends alternate resources for processes and materials. • Develop and review planning, drawings, and assigns Engineering TEAM members to resolve manufacturability issues. • Thorough understanding of blueprints and best shop practices in support of the aerospace industry including GD&T, military specs, and AS9100 standard. • Knowledge of various specifications for secondary processing of aerospace hardware, (i.e., NDT, Nickel, Chrome, HVOF and cadmium plating, grind, shot peen, anodizing, prime and paint). • Familiarity with D.C.M.A., C.S.I. coverage and the requirements of F.A.R./D.F.A. R regulations. • Participation in Material Review Board (MRB). Provide dispositions on non-conforming material and/or parts. Manage raw material and finished goods in ERP software. • Able to create, update and maintain existing part and tooling travelers. planning. • Able to create routing / BOM (Bill of Material) for first time build products. process and planning. Complete contract flow from contract inception, quote assistance, planning assistance, resource allocation through shipment of product. • Ensures proper upkeep of relevant documents, including physical and electronic filing of documentation in accordance with AS9100 Standard and procedures. • Work and communicate in a professional manner with both internal and external personnel. • Become a ProShop Champion (ERP system)
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or a related field, Master's degree preferred and/or Industry Experience equivalent.
    • Minimum Experience: 7+ years of experience in engineering with at least 3 years in a leadership role in aerospace or defense industry preferred
    • Proven track record of successfully leading and managing engineering teams.
    • Have worked of all aspects of software engineering, including modeling maintenance, programing and design
    • Other: SolidWorks and CamWorks
    • Authorized to work in the USA and posses ITAR Qualifications
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
  • Location: Anaheim, CA
  • Travel Type: Must live within daily commutable distance
  • Assignment Type: Direct Hire with Client
  • Assignment Timeframe:
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Program Director Clinical Trials- Virtual-Direct Hire (02261009)

  • General Description/Background: Our customer is looking for a Program Director with Government Contract and Scientific Clinical Trials experience. The Director will be responsible for program oversight; cultivating client and partner relationships; business development; staff recruitment, mentoring, and supervision. You will report to the President and senior leaders to grow our team and clinical research support services. The Director also provides strategic and operational input into the portfolio and participates in the development of strategic plans for expanding capabilities in infectious and non-infectious diseases clinical research. The Director will help keep the company competitive by staying updated on scientific and technological advances and industry trends in their area of specialty. This may include making recommendations on future projects. The Director may also serve public relations functions by representing the scientific goals and interests of the company at press conferences, meetings, conventions, and shareholder events. The selected applicant will be a strategic thinker and proven manager with demonstrated leadership ability. Virtual role with 15% travel required. $176,000- $215,000 yearly salary
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Qualifications
    • • Proven experience in a senior leadership position successfully managing increasingly complex clinical trials research projects and supervising staff involved in this research.
    • • Previous supervisory and corporate management experience; strong project management expertise and experience managing complex projects is required (at least 10 years).
    • • MUST have experience with federal government (e.g., with FDA, CDC, and NIH clients, etc.) contracts required.
    • • Strong reputation in the science field, as demonstrated by publications/presentations and membership in scientific organizations.
    • • In-depth knowledge of corporate management policies and procedures and government contracting environment.
    • • Proven record of expanding lines of work with existing clients as well as developing new client relationships. Proven ability to make timely and impactful decisions to drive business and staff growth.
    • • Strong executive presence. The ability to operate at the senior level and influence, negotiate and make decisions in a timely, professional, and productive manner.
    • • Demonstrated experience effectively working with executive-level leadership as well as managing a staff of researchers and operations team leads in a public health research environment.
    • • Ability to gain internal support, operate independently with limited supervision and feedback, and establish a solid working relationship with technical staff, program managers, and peers within and across company.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
    • Ph.D., a plus but not required, or another Medical degree.
    • DHHS and non-DHHS agency experience preferred.
    • Grants experience is ideal but not required.
    • Experience with Decentralized Trials preferred.
  • Location: Virtual with 15% Travel requirement
  • Travel Type: Can be virtual
  • Assignment Type: Direct Hire with Client
  • Assignment Timeframe: Full Time
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Interim Global Controller (02151006)

  • General Description/Background: We are working with a multinational manufacturing company that is seeking a interim Global Controller to support them onsite in Torrence, CA. With operations spanning across the globe, the Interim Global Controller will oversee the financial consolidation of worldwide entities under GAAP US standards. Job Description: As the Interim Global Controller, you will be responsible for leading the financial consolidation process of our global entities, ensuring compliance with GAAP US standards. Your expertise in FX (Foreign Exchange) management and experience in finance roles within manufacturing companies will be critical in driving accurate and timely financial reporting. While familiarity with the ERP system Baan is preferred, it is not mandatory, as proficiency with other ERP systems will also be considered. Key Responsibilities: Lead the consolidation of financial statements for global entities, ensuring accuracy and compliance with GAAP US standards. Manage foreign currency transactions and hedging activities to mitigate FX risks. Oversee month-end and year-end closing processes, including reconciliation of intercompany transactions. Develop and maintain internal controls to safeguard company assets and ensure financial integrity. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to analyze financial performance and provide strategic insights to drive business decisions. Support the implementation of process improvements and efficiency initiatives within the finance function. Provide leadership and guidance to finance teams across various regions, fostering a culture of accountability and continuous improvement. Prepare ad-hoc financial reports and analysis for senior management as needed.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, or related field; CPA or MBA preferred.
    • Minimum of 5 years of progressive finance experience, with at least 3 years in a global consolidation role.
    • Strong understanding of GAAP US standards and experience consolidating financial statements for multinational entities.
    • Previous controller experience with manufacturing companies.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
    • Experience with the ERP system Baan
  • Location: Torrance, CA
  • Travel Type: Must live within daily commutable distance
  • Assignment Type:
  • Assignment Timeframe: 9 months
  • Potential to full time: No
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Controller (02131005)

  • General Description/Background: The Company Controller will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of financial management, including project accounting and fixed cost goods, to ensure the financial health and success of the company. Oversee all financial activities related to project accounting and fixed cost goods, including budgeting, forecasting, and financial analysis. Develop and maintain robust financial reporting systems to track project costs, monitor budgetary performance, and provide timely and accurate financial insights to senior management. Coordinate with project managers and department heads to ensure accurate project cost allocations and adherence to budgetary guidelines. Manage inventory controls and cost accounting processes for fixed cost goods, including inventory valuation, inventory reconciliations, and inventory turnover analysis. Monitor cash flow, liquidity, and working capital to ensure the financial stability of the company and mitigate financial risks. Collaborate with external auditors and regulatory agencies to facilitate audits and ensure compliance with financial reporting standards.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field; CPA or CMA designation preferred.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
  • Location: Brea, CA
  • Travel Type:
  • Assignment Type: Direct Hire with Client
  • Assignment Timeframe:
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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President- Multi-Family Real Estate -Direct Hire (01291001)

  • General Description/Background: Our Client is a leading Private Equity firm that specializes in multi-family real estate. We are seeking a highly experienced and motivated President to lead our business in support of the CEO. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of success in the real estate industry and will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the company. Providing high-quality Real estate services and options to clients across the country. Currently serving 10,000 apartments across the US. If you are a highly motivated and experienced real estate professional with a passion for leading teams and achieving results, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Base Salary $300,000 + bonus and incentives
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Multistate Multifamily experience, ideally workforce housing with value-add business plans.
    • Prior experience as the day-to-day leader of the organization
    • Institutional experience either via capital relationships or working at institutions.
    • 10-15 years of experience in the real estate industry, with a proven track record of success
    • Degree - Bachelor's at a minimum, but MBA, JD, or both preferred
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
    • Strong leadership skills, with the ability to build and motivate teams to achieve results
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build and maintain relationships with clients, partners, and stakeholders
    • In-depth knowledge of the real estate industry, including trends, best practices, and regulations
    • Demonstrated ability to develop and implement successful business strategies
    • The company will be implementing an EOS model, and that experience and knowledge would be a plus for the role, but not required.
  • Location: Midtown New York, NY work location
  • Travel Type: Must live within daily commutable distance
  • Assignment Type: Direct Hire with Client
  • Assignment Timeframe:
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Fractional Sales (01301002)

  • General Description/Background: We are collaborating with a business investigation firm in search of fractional sales support to enhance lead generation efforts for their background investigations division. This division primarily serves private equity (PE) firms and hedge funds by conducting comprehensive background investigations on both the companies PE firms are acquiring and the individuals hedge funds are hiring. The ideal candidate for this position will possess prior experience in the financial services sector, specifically with PE firms and/or hedge funds. This part-time role will be responsible for driving lead generation and increasing product awareness through relationship-building activities.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Prior experience in the financial services sector, specifically with PE firms and/or hedge funds.
    • Previous sales experience.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
    • Previous marketing experience.
  • Location: Washington, DC (Remote)
  • Travel Type:
  • Assignment Type: Interim - Part-Time
  • Assignment Timeframe: 6 months+
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Head of Sales (Aftermarket US/Mexico) (0126997)

  • General Description/Background: Our client, a leading Tier 1 automotive company with a strong global presence, is seeking an experienced Head of Sales to lead their Aftermarket Sales team. Responsibilities: Responsible for regional sales in North America and Mexico, fulfilling customer expectations and addressing market specific requirements. This function must define and implement the regional sales strategy and manage key account management. He/she is responsible for increasing sales, profitability, market share, brand awareness and establishment, customers and employees satisfaction. The position is split up into three areas: Key Account Management, Sales USA, and Sales Mexico Main Interfaces: Global Sales and Marketing Excellence, Regional Marketing, Regional Service Solutions, Regional Excellence, Regional Operations, Regional Controlling General Sales Management Manage short- and long-term goals for the organization Enable and support exchange and collaboration among team members and interfacing functions Maintain and develop organizational culture, values and reputation with all interfacing parties (customers, suppliers, employees and partners). Define and deploy methods and tools to develop and lift competences in the sales and marketing functions Evaluate, select and develop the right people in the organization Provide direction and manage team, mentor and maintain competent, motivated employees
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Bachelor’s / Master’s degree in Business with technical background / knowledge or equivalent experience
    • 5 to 10 years of experience in sales management function in automotive and/or automotive aftermarket
    • Experience with Aftermarket, products, sales channels, and customers
    • Marketing, Communication and Price Management experience is a plus
    • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, vendors & customers.
    • Negotiation skills
    • Analytical & Strategic thinking
    • Process and structure-oriented
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
  • Location: Olive Branch, MS
  • Travel Type: Relocation reimbursement available
  • Assignment Type: Direct Hire with Client
  • Assignment Timeframe:
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Interim Chief Financial Officer (CFO) (0123995)

  • General Description/Background: We’re working with a CPG company that is rapidly growing organically and through acquisitions in the food industry with headquarters near Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. With a revenue of approximately $160 million, the company is backed by private equity investors and specializes in food service and Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) products, catering to a diverse customer base. Position Overview: Seeking an Interim Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to join its executive leadership team. The ideal candidate will be an experienced financial leader with a strong background in food service and CPG industries. This interim CFO will play a critical role in partnering with the CEO to address immediate financial challenges and strategically drive the company's finance and accounting operations towards excellence. Key Responsibilities: • Take ownership of financial reporting processes to ensure timely and accurate monthly financial reports for management and the board. • Oversee the existing finance team, including the Controller and the new Director of FP&A, to streamline reporting procedures. • Collaborate closely with the CEO and other C-level executives to align financial strategies with overall business goals. • Provide financial insights, forecasts, and recommendations to support decision-making at the executive level. • Work strategically to standardize finance and accounting operations, optimizing efficiency and accuracy. • Implement best practices and process improvements to shorten monthly close time. • Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and financial standards. • Develop and maintain robust internal controls and procedures to safeguard the company's financial integrity. • Lead the budgeting and forecasting process, enabling the company to make informed financial decisions and allocate resources effectively.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, or a related field. MBA or CPA preferred.
    • Proven experience as a CFO or in a senior financial leadership role, preferably in the food service or CPG industry.
    • Previous M&A experience
    • Strong financial acumen with a track record of improving financial reporting processes.
    • Strategic thinker with the ability to partner effectively with the CEO and other executives.
    • Excellent communication and leadership skills.
    • Knowledge of regulatory requirements and financial standards.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
  • Location: Pittsburg, PA
  • Travel Type: Travel reimbursement available
  • Assignment Type:
  • Assignment Timeframe: 6-9 months
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Plant Manager (Strategic Merger) (1016930)

  • General Description/Background: We are currently seeking an automotive manufacturing leader with 7+ years progressive leadership experience at facilities with 500+ employees. Our client is in the midst of a strategic merger, consolidating two distinct manufacturing business units into a single, cohesive operation located in Murfreesboro, TN. At present, each of these business units has its own dedicated leadership team. The primary task at hand is to appoint a Plant Manager who will be responsible for overseeing both units, facilitating the seamless integration of their operations and fostering a unified corporate culture.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Production Operations Management, Engineering, Business or related discipline is required; MBA preferred.
    • Minimum of 15+ years of experience, including experience in manufacturing processes, with 7+ years in progressive levels of management. Plant experience is required.
    • Strong foundational knowledge of the P&L.
    • Managing resources to meet goals across multiple products/programs.
    • Ability to provide decisive leadership and team facilitation in the face of adversity for escalated topics is required, including identifying root cause, action plan required, coordinating resources, and executing a go-forward plan to successful resolution.
    • Proven understanding & successful application of Continuous Improvement tools and methodologies including Lean and Six Sigma.
    • Proven success operating in a high ambiguity environment is required.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
    • Global or multi-national business experience is a plus.
    • Six Sigma Greenbelt or Blackbelt Certification is preferred.
  • Location: Murfreesboro, TN
  • Travel Type:
  • Assignment Type: Direct Hire with Client
  • Assignment Timeframe:
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Human Resource Manager (0108991)

  • General Description/Background: Act as a strategic partner to the Plant Manager and the Plant Leadership Team. Develop and execute human resources strategies aligned with business objectives. Lead talent management, diversity and inclusion, learning and development, and more. Provide guidance on HR policies, compensation, benefits, and organizational development. Translate company's plans into meaningful HR strategies. Maintain a proactive and well-respected HR department. Ensure compliance with employment legislation and advise on legal issues.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration, or related field from an accredited four-year college or university required.
    • Minimum of 8+ years related experience required.
    • Global or multi-national business experience required.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
    • Human resources certification desired (PHR/SPHR).
    • 5+ years of automotive Human Resources management experience strongly preferred.
  • Location: Murfreesboro, TN
  • Travel Type:
  • Assignment Type: Direct Hire with Client
  • Assignment Timeframe:
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Head of Operational Excellence (Aftermarket) (1218987)

  • General Description/Background: Our client has recently established the role of Head of Operational Excellence with the primary objective of enhancing supply chain and inventory operations within their aftermarket business. This role will be stationed in Olive Branch, Mississippi, situated just 26 miles from Memphis, Tennessee, and will necessitate occasional travel to their Toluca, Mexico facility. We are seeking a dynamic leader to spearhead process optimization, system enhancement, and cross-functional collaboration, all aimed at elevating the overall efficiency of aftermarket operations. Management of the Aftermarket Operations for North America and Aftermarket Mexico Drive and support operations teams throughout the region to be lean, competitive, cost effective, and responsive to customers. Continuous development and improvement of the processes in the areas of inbound, warehousing, materials management and outbound. This is to be achieved through productivity measures, lean management, and MPS tools and methods, and digitalization and automatization that aligns with the global operations strategy, footprint, and technology roadmap. Maintain a deep understanding of the customer requirements both current and for the future while evolving operation processes to accommodate efficiently. Ensure alignment with the global and regional operations strategy (footprint, processes, automation and digitalization, and organization). Ensure best practice improvement tools and methods are consistently and effectively applied across the region. Support the team regarding budget and target achievements and implementation of counter measures in case of deviation to target. Ensure regular follow-up, reporting, and achievement of operational KPI’s such as: inventory and SUT, availability, inventory accuracy, customer service level 2, and backlogs, etc. Continuous development of the organization and employees, including High Potential identification and development. Close collaboration with Excellence, GTS (Go To Source), GTM (Go To Market), Controlling and Sales with active participation and support of global projects. Close collaboration and regular exchange (best practices, etc.) within the global operations team and with the other regional heads of operations. Ensure compliance in various company ISO and ISMS standards, as well as supporting the location in lean projects and cost reduction strategies.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management, Engineering, Business Administration or other relevant discipline.
    • MBA or other business relevant advanced degree is preferred.
    • SAP experience.
    • Minimum 10+ years experience, 7+ years of continuously increasing responsibility in Supply Chain Management preferred.
    • Excellent leadership and decision making skills required.
    • Excellent planning and analytical skills required.
    • Profound knowledge of automotive and supplier industry specifics in an international environment.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
  • Location: Olive Branch, MS (30 miles from Memphis,TN)
  • Travel Type: Relocation reimbursement available
  • Assignment Type: Direct Hire with Client
  • Assignment Timeframe:
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Interim CFO - Publicly Traded Company (1204949)

  • General Description/Background: As the Interim CFO, you will lead finance and accounting functions as our client works diligently to regain their listing on the NASDAQ. You will collaborate closely with the executive team, investors, and key stakeholders to ensure financial stability, transparency, and compliance during this transformational period. Key Responsibilities: Develop and execute a financial strategy to support the listing objectives. Lead financial planning, budgeting, and forecasting processes. Evaluate capital structure and make recommendations for optimizing financial resources. Ensure compliance with all financial regulations and reporting requirements. Prepare and present financial reports to the board of directors, investors, and regulatory bodies. Maintain accurate and transparent financial records. Build and maintain strong relationships with existing and potential investors. Act as the primary point of contact for investor inquiries and communications. Present financial updates and progress to investors and stakeholders. Identify, assess, and mitigate financial risks. Implement effective internal controls and financial policies to safeguard company assets. Assist in securing additional funding, if needed, to support the company's growth plans. Optimize the utilization of bridge loans and other financial instruments. Oversee the finance and accounting teams, providing guidance and mentorship. Foster a culture of collaboration, accountability, and continuous improvement within the finance department. Collaborate with the executive team to make informed strategic decisions based on financial analysis and market trends.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, or a related field (Master's degree or CPA preferred).
    • Proven experience as a CFO in a publicly-traded company.
    • Expertise in financial planning, analysis, and strategic financial management.
    • Strong understanding of biotech or life sciences industries.
    • Experience with fundraisingand financial negotiations.
    • Knowledge of relevant regulatory requirements and financial compliance.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
    • Experience with the process of relisting a company on a stock exchange is a plus.
  • Location: Remote
  • Travel Type: Can be virtual
  • Assignment Type: Interim - Full-Time
  • Assignment Timeframe:
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Site Leader / Plant Manager (1207952)

  • General Description/Background: • Lead and manage Site Leader/Plant Manager function for site operations. • Develop, maintain, and drive key performance indicators to demonstrate manufacturing effectiveness. • Meets budget and unit cost performance targets and attains daily schedule. • Provide operational updates to senior management. • Implement and improve manufacturing processes and systems to world class standards. • Lead and support implementation of production systems and standards. • Ensure that key objectives are achieved with high quality products within a highly cost-competitive environment. • Generate high-level cost savings production plan. • Provide operational support in restructure of Dayton facility. • Create a customer focused organization where everyone is dedicated to quality and customer satisfaction. • Supports health, safety, and well-being of all employees. • Develops / maintains positive work environment and constructive union / management relationships. • Drives profitability for team. • Develops / maintains communication plan for the team. • Strong accountability focus. • Able to develop and implement strategic vision improvement for the site.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Bachelor’s Degree from a four-year college or university, preferably in Engineering or Management.
    • Master’s Degree in Manufacturing Management or similar is preferred.15 years of manufacturing and operations leadership experience is required
    • Hands-on manufacturing and/or design engineering experience in the Tier 1 automotive supplier sector is preferred.
    • 10+ years of Continuous Improvement experience is strongly preferred.
    • Six Sigma Greenbelt or Blackbelt Certification is strongly preferred.
    • Proven understanding & successful application of lean manufacturing principles, OEE and production systems.
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
  • Location: Dayton, Ohio
  • Travel Type:
  • Assignment Type: Direct Hire with Client
  • Assignment Timeframe: Full-time
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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Interim Controller (0207691)

  • General Description/Background: This is a private equity backed company going through a couple of acquisitions and their Controller just gave notice.
  • Experience/Skills Required:
    • Must have M&A experience
    • Manufacturing and/or cost accounting experience
    • Strong technical accounting skills
  • Experience/Skills Preferred:
    • This is onsite role, preferably with availability 5 days a week. Please submit interest if you have less and let us know what your availability is.
    • Need/start is immediate.
  • Location: Providence, RI
  • Travel Type: Must live within daily commutable distance
  • Assignment Type: Interim - Full-Time
  • Assignment Timeframe: 3-4 months
  • Potential to full time: Yes
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