S.R. Clarke: Construction & Real Estate Development Executive Search / Recruiting Services Website
S.R. Clarke, Inc. was founded on the concept that a recruiting business can be guided by personal values. In fact, we are convinced that an executive search firm that operates from a position of knowledge and integrity is invaluable for any company striving to follow the path from the ordinary to the great.
Whether you are looking for perfect employment or perfect candidates, we are ready to help. Contact Us Today!
Headquarters / Mid-Atlantic Regional Office
8078 Crescent Park Drive
Gainesville, VA 20155
West Coast / Southwest Regional Office
3 Corporate Park
Irvine, CA 92606
Midwest / Ohio Valley Regional Office
III Lincoln Center
5430 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy
Dallas, TX 75240
Northeast Regional Office
275 Grove St.
Newton, MA 02466
Southeast Regional Office
1800 Pembrook Drive
Orlando, FL 32810
Northwest Regional Office
205 SE Spokane St.
Portland, OR 97202
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When we set out to build a company based on our personal values, we knew we would be building an entirely new type of company. That was fine by us, because we recognized that there were real shortcomings in the traditional methods of executive search. There was nothing complimentary about "headhunting", and we were determined to provide a service far beyond that.
In fact, we were convinced that an executive search firm that operates from a position of knowledge and integrity is an invaluable resource for any company striving to follow the path from the ordinary to the great.
From these convictions it was inevitable that we would grow to think of our clients as partners. To reflect our commitment to this relationship, we introduced our guarantee of performance, which is our way of sharing responsibility for our combined efforts.
We've met our goals on all counts. We've established ourselves in the industry, meeting the best people, advising them on career moves, and helping them improve the quality of their lives. As a consequence, we have helped our clients build viable, successful teams. We have done, and continue to do, our job, moreover, working virtually as partners with our clients.
And that, ultimately, is what S.R. Clarke is all about: providing your company with the best people in the industry - people who will make a difference in your company's future success.
If you are successful in a professional, executive, or managerial capacity, a career transition represents a significant challenge. The knowledge, skills, and capabilities that prompt you to seek greater recognition, satisfaction, and compensation, also define your unique potential as an employee.
At S.R. Clarke, we understand that your decision to move forward in your career is the first step in a process that will change your life in many positive ways. With thirty years of successful executive placements, we are experienced at working with you as a partner in helping you to attain your goals.
For experienced professionals, the most effective way to identify a new situation is through networking, and there is no more secure or discreet network than the one provided by S.R. Clarke. To maintain your absolute confidentiality, you are insulated from prospective employers until the time when you and your search consultant agree that an interview is appropriate for you.
We are matchmakers. Because S.R. Clarke has long-standing relationships with our client firms, we do more than match qualified candidates to compatible job openings. We recognize the importance of bringing people together in a work environment that fits their style and values.
We help you shape your career. As an S.R. Clarke candidate, you will receive in-depth personal interviews and support. We will assess your background and qualifications in the areas of greatest interest to prospective employers and will provide you with information about positions, to insure that you will interview more effectively. Often, we identify skills that you might not have recognized as transferable and opportunities that you might not have envisioned.
S.R. Clarke requires from you many of the same qualities that you require in your business relationships - trust, open communication, and commitment. In return, we offer confidentiality, integrity, initiative, insight, and guidance for your journey to a more dynamic future.
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