The Dahill Group Expands into Clean Energy and Minerals Extraction Industry Recruiting

May 24, 2021 – Denver, CO-based The Dahill Group has expanded its recruiting services and expertise into the clean energy and minerals extraction industries, complementing its core oil and gas business. “As the energy industry transitions to a lower carbon future, we are expanding to meet the broader needs of our clients and the natural resources industry as a whole,” said Elizabeth Dahill, founder.

“Today’s shifting landscape requires expertise in new energy sources and clean technologies as well as experience in supporting environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance. We look forward to continuing our commitment to exceptional service to our new and expanded base of clients and candidates,” she said.

The Dahill Group strategy focuses on three components.

Industry specific expertise. “We understand the business needs of our client base with an established network and reputation to attract and retain the right candidates,” said Ms. Dahill.

Prioritizing a cultural fit. “We also recognize today’s changing work environment and workforce presents new challenges in the recruitment process,” she added.

Cross functional recruitment. “We have a well-recognized reputation for placing candidates in the areas of law, finance and engineering, while our industry expertise and relationships support a breadth of candidates that now include ESG and regulatory (including FERC specialists) professionals,” Ms. Dahill said.

The Dahill Group is a specialty recruiting firm that specializes in recruiting and placing energy/oil and gas professionals in LNG, upstream, midstream, downstream and oilfield services energy sectors of the industry. The firm’s cross functional expertise includes placing candidates in the areas of law, finance, and engineering, while its industry expertise has a breath of knowledge in (environmental, social, governance) ESG and regulatory (FERC specialists) professionals.

Looking Ahead

“Having directly experienced the upticks in the economy post-recession and other industry/economic challenges of the past decades, I remain cautiously optimistic and lean in the same direction of many of the executives I work with,” said Ms. Dahill. “Successful companies will grow with improving conditions in the market and we will see a slow but steady recovery. The energy and natural resources industries, despite the pandemic and the significant 2020 economic challenges, continues to hire.”

As the search firm expands its energy expertise and client base into other markets beyond traditional oil and gas, including natural resources and clean energy, it is continuing to see an increase in the number of searches for leadership roles, and unique individual contributor opportunities. “With leaner budgets from 2020 crossing over into this year, now more than ever is a time to seek out an executive search resource to be sure you are finding and attracting the top talent your organization needs to succeed in this stage of transformation, recovery and growth.”