Kinsley|Sarn is a nationally recognized and client driven premiere executive search firm that has been in business for over 10 years helping clients achieve extraordinary performance through the identification, acquisition and integration of exceptional leadership talent. We are totally committed to exceeding our client’s expectations and with exclusive partnerships and international presence, our capabilities know no boundaries.
As former executives with diverse experiences across multiple industries and cultures, our process has set a new industry standard. Our continued growth has been fueled by repeat business and referrals from our satisfied clients. Our philosophy has always been that our success is measured by the increase in our clients’ competitive position in their marketplaces.
Recently Completed Searches
Ray Katekovich — Commercial Director — Ciner Resources LP Josephine Biggers — VP, Finance and Administration — CountryMark Scott Turner — Corporate Controller — Crew Carwash Dave Ledington — Regional Manager — Townsend Corporation Eric Zahrai — VP, Global Service and Aftermarket Sales — Oerlikon Fairfield Kevin O’Dell — Site HR Leader — Ciner Resources, LP Cristie Conard — Corporate Controller — Bioanalytical Systems, Inc. Karen Libourel — Director, Global Sales & Operations Planning — Milacron Stephen Falloon — GM, Performance Materials — OMNOVA Michael Beckelhimer — Sales Director — Aclara Technologies Chad Heathco — CFO — Oerlikon Fairfield
Hunt Scanlon Newswire Briefings
Employers added 156,000 jobs last month as the U.S. unemployment rate rose slightly, to 4.4 percent, according to the most recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report. During the month, the number of workers unemployed stood at 7.1 million. August marked 81 straight months of job growth in the U.S. Economists had forecast payrolls increasing by 170,000 jobs last
Resumes matter, but not as much as just five years ago, according to a new survey by the Futurestep division of Korn Ferry. What’s more, the study said, resumes are the least important of the key factors that go into a job search. Yet it could be a big mistake to neglect that particular document.