January 26, 2016 – Lucille T. Famulary has launched L.T. Famulary Executive Search Consultants, specializing in executive recruiting for healthcare, financial services and law enforcement professionals.
The Long Branch, NJ-based search firm was established to match healthcare and financial services companies with professionals in those respective fields. Additionally, the firm assists individuals in law enforcement transition into private-sector careers.
“Whether we’re working with a company to find top talent or identifying new and exciting career opportunities for an experienced professional, we pride ourselves in forming a direct, hands-on relationship with every client,” said Ms. Famulary. “Orchestrating an ideal pairing between a company and candidate is our major goal. We work in partnership with all those involved to ensure our efforts are the first step in what will become a long-lasting professional relationship.”
Ms. Famulary brings more than 20 years of combined experience in executive recruiting for the financial industry and in healthcare management. After beginning her career in the human resources department at Monmouth Medical Center she worked for several executive search firms in New York, where she gained recruiting experience in the institutional trading, foreign exchange, financial futures and options markets before becoming vice president of executive recruitment for investment banking at Rand Thompson Consultants.
A decade later, Ms. Famulary returned to Monmouth Medical Center where she held several posts, including community liaison/patient advocate in its emergency department and manager of patient satisfaction. She then worked with AcuteCare Health System — the parent company of Specialty Hospital of Central Jersey (SHCJ), a long term acute care hospital. After serving as director of business development for ACHS, she became director of patient satisfaction at SHCJ and then marketing manager for AHCS’ Beacon Health and Social Services, Oceanport.
“Throughout my career, I have always focused on opening the lines of communication and forging relationships across all levels of an organization,” said Ms. Famulary. “And every step along the way, I have been able to gain invaluable insight on what factors are essential in finding the right employee for a growing or established company, or the right company for an accomplished professional looking for career advancement.”
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media