About Us

Founded in 1989, Affinity Executive Search has been recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Best Search Firms and America’s Best Recruiting Firms for every year the recognition has existed. We are a third-generation, family-owned business with over 2,000 affiliate recruiters who specialize in virtually every industry and profession.

Highly accomplished and respected within the recruiting industry, Affinity has been ranked in the top 2 globally by The Top Echelon Network (1000+ member agencies) every year since 2013 and has been ranked #1 by the NPAWorldwide Network (1500+ member agencies globally) as the top provider of talent.

Our recruiters provide talent for both executive and individual contributor roles at all levels of compensation, placing thousands of candidates in engineering, supply chain, human resources, finance, and other areas. Additionally, our senior recruiters utilize decades of experience to fill urgent searches, specialized roles, and those in the C-suite with speed and proficiency.

We work efficiently and quickly, typically producing the winning candidate in less than 20 business days. We don’t participate in recessions, and exclusively serve companies seeking talent in the United States and Canada. President and principal recruiter, Steve Kohn, works personally with many of our clients to close over 80 searches per year.

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We never outsource; all of our team members are highly-educated, experienced recruiters. Working out of South Florida, we’ve helped companies and recruiters acquire quality talent for over 30 years.

Solutions And Expertise

Our mission is to enable efficient hiring and simplify career growth by providing easy access to thousands of real, current positions across the US.

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News Briefings

How HR Can Help Build the Organization of the Future  

The pandemic has created profound and immediate changes to how societies operate and how individuals interact and work. McKinsey & Company recently spoke with 350 HR leaders about the role of uncertainty in their function. They said that over the next two years they wanted to prioritize initiatives that strengthen their organizations’ ability to drive change in

5 Workplace Trends to Watch in 2021

While executives have long recognized that well-being is important, the COVID-19 pandemic brought home how significant it really is. Work and life, health, safety and well-being became inseparable in 2020. Amid unprecedented workforce disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations are enacting radically new ways of working and operating – and the C-suite is taking action to

How the Talent Game is Changing

Much like everything else having to do with hiring and recruiting, executive search is changing. The inability to meet face to face has had a big impact on every organization’s ability to effectively assess the quality of senior-level candidates, according to a new report from Rhys Metler of IQ Partners. But there’s more: The search


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Will you help me look for a job?
No. Our advertisers pay us to help them find the best talent for their jobs. Looking for a job is YOUR job! Via the self nomination process, you have complete control over which jobs you are presented for. You can also set up an email alert which will notify you when a new job is posted that matches your parameters.

Are there any fees to the jobseeker?

Are there any posted jobs that aren’t currently open?
NO. All jobs posted have been confirmed active within the most recent 60 days.

What happens when I nominate myself for a job?
Your complete registration profile, including your resume, is instantly and automatically sent directly to the recruiter who is working on the assignment, along with a copy of the job you selected.

If the recruiter feels there is a possible match for this job, or another she/he might be working on, you will be contacted as soon as possible.Do I have any control over who sees my resume?
Yes. When you register, your registration information is not visible to anyone outside of Job Juncture.

The only time a recruiter outside of Job Juncture can receive your resume is when you nominate yourself for a job. Then, your information is only sent directly to the one recruiter who is working on that assignment.