Sanford Rose Associates Adds Smith Consulting Group to Network

August 18, 2015 – The Sanford Rose Associates Executive Search Network has added The Smith Consulting Group, LLC, as the newest member of the Sanford Rose Associates (SRA) network of offices.

Smith Consulting Group is an executive search firm specializing in mid- to senior-level positions in the civil engineering industry. The firm focuses on searches within the engineering, architecture, and IT industries and is led by president Juli Smith. Ms. Smith has more than 15 years in executive search and 12 years focused specifically within the civil engineering, electrical and mechanical engineering (MEP) and architecture professions.

“With over 15 years of experience in the search industry, the tenured recruiters of The Smith Consulting Group are proven and relied-upon experts in the art of making successful matches,” said Jeff Kaye, co-senior managing director of Sanford Rose Associates International. “Juli and her team have an incredible knowledge of their niche, a complete dedication to their commitments, genuine enthusiasm for the advancement of their clients and candidates, and complete sincerity in their actions. There is no doubt that when you combine the solid foundation of The Smith Consulting Group with the resources of Sanford Rose Associates, both organizations will benefit tremendously.”

Ms. Smith added: “The Smith Consulting Group has enjoyed steady growth in the past nine years serving our clients in the civil engineering industry. We feel our new alliance with Sanford Rose Associates is a win-win for our clients and our candidates as we leverage our intimate knowledge of the A/E/C/ industry by joining the top talent in the search industry. Jeff Kaye has built a dream team of professionals and we could not be more excited to be a part of that.”

The Sanford Rose Associates Executive Search Network has over 60 offices worldwide with locations in North America and Asia.

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

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