Lucas Group Grows Leadership Team in Cincinnati

September 22, 2015 – Search firm Lucas Group has named Ken Martin as a managing partner in its information technology search division.

Mr. Martin, an executive recruiter specializing in the placement of IT professionals, will help develop the firm’s newly opened Cincinnati office through the establishment and growth of an IT branch. He joins Sara Luther, Cincinnati branch lead and managing partner for human resources, and Andrew O’Neill, Cincinnati managing partner for accounting & finance, in leading local expansion efforts.

“Building strong, effective teams requires leaders who deliver beyond expectations–on behalf of clients, candidates, company and teammates. That’s precisely the type of skilled leadership Ken brings to our new IT branch in Cincinnati,” said Steven Robinson, general manager for Lucas Group’s information technology division.

Mr. Martin’s career includes 18 years in executive recruitment, sales and account management. He most recently served as senior executive recruiter and account director with recruitment firm Partner Technology. His recruitment experience comprises IT executives, database architects, software/QA engineers, network engineers, developers, program managers, business analysts and other skilled IT positions.

“Ken’s demonstrated full-cycle technology recruitment expertise, combined with his local market knowledge and relationship-building skills, will help Lucas Group establish a Cincinnati-based IT branch capable of fueling our regional growth,” added Mr. Robinson. “We’re pleased to welcome Ken to our leadership team and look forward to celebrating his continued achievements.”

With seven practice groups, Lucas Group recruits for key business functionalities, including accounting and finance, human resources, information technology, legal, sales and marketing, manufacturing and military transition.

Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media

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