The merger of two distribution companies created new opportunities for internal growth and a need for new external hires. See how our team solved their challenge of finding a Senior Supply Chain Analyst that could help implement Salesforce and deliver stellar results.
This regional insurance agency/brokerage firm was searching for a career-minded Director of Administration/Operations professional that was skilled in effectively managing a mid-sized operation. Since this was a key position for this firm, they wanted to bring in this new talent as an employee of their firm.
The additional challenge was the impending retirement of their Vice President of Administration, who had been with this firm for nearly 40 years. The right individual was not only required to have the skills to fill the role of the Director of Administration/ Operations, but also have the character and personality to potentially “fill the shoes” of the retiring VP.
One of the nation’s leading publicly traded retail manufacturers was looking to hire a Director of Financial Reporting who would undertake responsibilities that were spread between the CFO, treasurer, controller and the CFO’s executive assistant. MaryAnn McClayton was able to identify a candidate that had the right mix of experience and talent to do the job. The new employee that was hired was later promoted to CP-Controller within two years.
A national professional consulting firm providing internal audit, compliance, accounting, and tax services was looking to backfill this critical position to drive their capital region’s practice. MaryAnn McClayton helped this national consulting firm identify the right person for this position. This individual was first promoted to Director of State and Local Tax (SALT) and just recently was promoted again to National Tax Director, Strategic Accounts.
One of Maryland’s highly acclaimed Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) was looking to hire a CFO who had a strong background in managed care, healthcare, Medicare/Medicaid and FQHC. Additionally, one of the critical requirements for this position was strong technology skills. MaryAnn McClayton worked with this FQHC and leveraged her strong experience in accounting and finance to help the organization find the right person to fill their CFO position.
The objective was to find an accounting professional who was excited to work for the mission of a nonprofit organization for a compensation package which was slightly below what the commercial firms offered for similar levels of skills and talents. Jane Myers spent time with the firm to understand its culture, goal and overall compensation offerings so that she could share the key offerings of the position and the firm to candidates that were looking to change industries or work/life balance.