Strategic recruitment

You employ a manager or professional for the future

A recruitment process can create value by focusing on future requirements and using a clear recruitment strategy that precisely matches skills to both present and future objectives.

What major challenges will the business or department face during the next three to five years? What skills and personal characteristics will be required in the future?

The leaders that the business has for example in logistics or within Supply Chain Management – do they have a different background and education than they did five years ago? And how will the situation be in five years' time?

Strategic recruitment is an objective-driven method that ensures your business has access to relevant profiles by taking the current situation as its starting point and considering your future long-term objectives.

Consider our experienced opinion when:

  • You need particular key skills at management or professional level to develop the business/solve specific challenges.
  • The search process and contact with key candidates must be confidential or anonymous.

Strategic recruiting can be handled as either an Executive Search or a Search & Selection process.

Examples of recruitment:

  • Divisional manager for a major international business in the transport and logistics sector
  • Managing director for a medium-sized, family-owned business manufacturing special machinery
  • Country manager for Denmark for an international business in Switzerland
  • Project specialist for an international niche business
  • Director for a global project organisation with HQ in France
  • Department manager for International Finance & Controlling in an international logistics business
  • Country manager for Sweden for a German-owned international road transport company
  • Area sales manager Nordic for a growing business in the medical sector
  • Quality manager for a niche business in the medical sector
  • Regional director for Asia
  • Production manager with strong supply chain management competencies for a major industrial business
  • Designer with project management skills and commercial flair for a project organisation
  • Board members and chairperson for businesses in the transport and logistics, production and service sectors

And many others …