The Pursell Group

OVERVIEW

The Pursell Group LLC is a premier executive search and recruitment firm working throughout the United States and Canada.

Our mission is to help our client companies acquire top talent which helps them increase their bottom line on a global basis, while helping professionals attain career-enhancing opportunities that allow them to achieve the quality of life they seek. Our passion is to solve problems and to make a difference in the lives of people. For employers, working with a good recruiter should result in hiring the best person for your position, not the “best person looking” for a new position. We partner with companies that need to find talented people to help their business growth and become more profitable.

We partner with client companies of all sizes, from Fortune 500 companies, to small start-ups and midsize companies throughout the US and Canada to help them locate and hire the best talent for their specific needs. We work with for-profit corporations and non-profit organizations. We are recognized worldwide as a leading search firm offering several options for client companies to choose, including retained search, contingency search and a hybrid option.

If you are an employer seeking top talent, look no further than The Pursell Group, LLC, for your hiring needs.

Candidates, send your resume to us to be considered for our searches. There is no fee to candidates. We work on a confidential basis on behalf of our clients and candidates.

Contact us for further information.

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