Listening, Understanding, Commitment, Confidentiality and Passion
Balmer Dawson Executive Search takes the time to fully understand your vacancy, your culture and your organisational structure in addition to the ideal candidate’s experience, strengths and personality fit. A rigorous and selective search process is then performed to ensure you have a hand-picked, winning selection of top class candidates to choose from.
Balmer Dawson Executive Search provides assistance with panel interviews by providing interview questions and scoring systems in addition to advising on panel interview protocol, attending and managing panel interviews for clients.
A strategic advertising campaign using traditional and online media is used to maximise exposure to our targeted market. Balmer Dawson Executive Search knows not just when and where to attract quality candidate responses but how to enhance your employer brand profile effectively.
PROCESS & TIMELINE
Consultation meeting with client to understand requirement, role, culture, structure, team and organization. Create / review candidate specification.
Design candidate information pack and selection process.
Create market map, promote vacancy in marketplace using headhunting and strategic advertising, perform targeted search and leverage Balmer Dawson Executive Search’s vast network.
Review applications against set criteria. Screen top candidates and gather market feedback. Perform detailed candidate interviews. Present shortlist to client outlining detailed analysis of strengths, relevant experience and suitability.
Coordinate client interviews and provide ongoing feedback. Manage panel interviews (where required), providing pre-prepared interview questions & scoring system, panel candidate briefing, panel interview participation and management.
Offer, negotiations and reference checking. Recruitment complete.
Balmer Dawson Executive Search provided great support for us when we needed to fill a senior management post in Cystic Fibrosis Ireland. I don’t think we would have secured the right person without Balmer Dawson Executive Search.
Philip Watt - CEO, Cystic Fibrosis Ireland
Balmer Dawson Executive Search couldn’t have been easier to work with. We had a job that wasn’t easy to fill and they took the time to get to know us and what our organisation required. The candidates they supplied were top-notch and we couldn’t be happier with the result!
Maura O’Leary, HR Manager, Chime – The National Charity for Deafness and Hearing Loss
Balmer Dawson Executive Search were a joy to work with. They understood our brief, our timelines and our expectations. Their knowledge and insight of the market was exceptional and, importantly, delivered. I look forward to working with Balmer Dawson in the future.
Belinda Clements, Associate Director Operations/Human Resource, Trinity Development & Alumni
Balmer Dawson Executive Search provided Spinal Injuries Ireland with recruitment services for new community support workers and a Head of Services. They were very thorough in searching, vetting and interviewing potential candidates. On each occasion they have successfully recruited excellent candidates. SII will definitely work with Balmer Dawson again and highly recommend them for any recruitment needs.
Balmer Dawson Executive Search have been a great support to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland helping us fill key vacancies in our Charity. It takes away all the stress of trying to find good people when you know theywill look after this for you. We have been very happy with the professional recruitment support provided by Balmer Dawson over the past few years.
We persistently use the services of Balmer Dawson Executive Search because they take the time to get to know the needs of the DCU Educational Trust in order to assist us in obtaining the best fit. In a sector built on relationships, their relationships have yielded strong results for our organisation.
Plunkett Tormay, Head of Finance, DCU Educational Trust
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