April 26, 2016 – Executive search firm CareerSMITH has appointed Matthew Carroll (pictured) as vice president and partner.
Based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, Mr. Carroll will lead the firm’s government practice focused on federal contractor clients across the defense, intelligence, management & operations, design-build, and remediation services sectors.
He joins CareerSMITH from Fluor Corporation, a multibillion dollar, global engineering and construction company, where he held the position of vice president of secure services. At Fluor, he was responsible for building and leading the company’s Secure Services business line focused on design-build and operations & maintenance of facilities and infrastructure for the U.S. intelligence community on a global basis.
Mr. Carroll joined Fluor in 2003 and held key account management roles in business development within Fluor’s Government Group. This included leading Fluor’s federal sector accounts for the U.S. Army, Navy / Marine Corps, DHS, NASA, FEMA, and Intelligence Agencies. Prior to joining Fluor, he served for 12 years in the United States Marine Corps as a Naval Aviator, attaining the rank of Major.
In addition, he serves on the board of several federal associations, including the SMSA, NDIA, and PSC. He is a former board member of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation and serves as chairman of the MCSF Golf Tournament in Washington, D.C.
CareerSMITH is an executive search firm focused exclusively on the engineering, construction, government, and energy industries. The firm serves all market sectors, including infrastructure; transportation; federal contracting / government services; oil, gas & chemicals; power; industrial; architecture; environmental consulting & remediation; and mining & metals.
CareerSMITH’s partners are former executives in these industries and leverage a network of engineering, construction, government, and energy contacts. The firm is headquartered in Newport Beach, CA with additional office locations in Austin, Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, New York, Seattle, and Chicago.
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media