PrincetonOne Strengthens Search Staff

May 6, 2019 – Skillman, NJ-headquartered executive search firm PrincetonOne has expanded with the addition of Kent Mayes as practice director for its accounting and finance division.

Mr. Mayes brings more than two decades of search experience to his role as national practice director. As a managing producer, he will be responsible for leading a national team of recruiters serving the accounting and finance industry. PrincetonOne described Mr. Mayes as dedicated to delivering top talent in a variety of roles, including controllers, accounting directors and tax and audit managers. “Mr. Mayes is a true business partner to the clients and candidates he represents,” the search firm said.

“I am thrilled to welcome Kent to our organization,” said Cathleen Anderson, managing partner, professional search and contract staffing. “He is a veteran of the business and has already proven himself as a valuable addition to our team. I view his appointment as a sign of our continued commitment to grow our organization and help our clients in the accounting and finance industries meet all of their unique talent acquisition goals.”

Mr. Mayes most recently served as a division director with SNI Certes, specializing in placing senior-level consultants in the accounting and finance industry in 36 markets across the U.S. Previously, he was a strategic accounts manager with Experis, a search division of ManpowerGroup. Before that, he was a market manager with Randstad. Mr. Mayes started his recruiting career with Robert Half.

Talent Solutions Provider

PrincetonOne is a talent solutions provider helping companies grow through four divisions: recruitment process outsourcing, professional search, executive search and contract staffing. Comprised of key managing partners, managing directors and strategic account directors, PrincetonOne’s team is rounded out by a staff of dedicated researchers and recruiters.

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Dave Campeas founded PrincetonOne in 2002, after more than two decades of leading and helping to build and expand recruiting and talent solutions firms. Mr. Campeas serves as president and CEO for the firm, providing its overall strategic direction and growth. He oversees more than 150 employees in key regional market offices across the country and has grown PrincetonOne into a best-in-class talent solutions provider.

PrincetonOne’s accounting and finance recruiting specialists bring a wealth of experience to every assignment. The practice focuses on a wide range of positions, including: chief accounting officer, chief financial officer, controller, director of finance, financial analyst, internal auditor, payroll administrator, staff and senior accountants, and vice president finance.

Contributed by Scott A. Scanlon, Editor-in-Chief; Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor; Stephen Sawicki, Managing Editor; and Andrew W. Mitchell, Managing Editor – Hunt Scanlon Media

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