GULF STREAM SEARCH is an executive search firm that specializes in the identification, assessment, and capture of top talent across highly competitive industry segments where talent is at a premium.

Human Food Manufacturing

Nutraceutical Manufacturing

Pet Food Industry

Within each of these industries, we work very narrow disciplines – the roles that we fill are highly specialized, hard to fill, and talent is hard to find and/or scarce.  Our recruiting and sourcing expertise allows us to dig into each of these segments and uncover the high-impact talent you’re seeking.

Why do companies work with Gulf Stream Search?

Our clients have recognized that the return on investment for some roles, not all,  is so great that they can’t afford NOT to identify the best talent available in the marketplace.   The talent we recruit on a daily basis are at the forefront of their discipline.

Most internal recruiting departments can’t expend the effort to stay connected to the top 10% of talent within these areas; most recruiting firms don’t have the talent, skills, or focus to discern between good and great.  We do.

Another reason companies work with us is our speed and national reach; many internal recruiting departments can identify talent for corporate headquarters positions, but Gulf Stream Search is often called in for satellite manufacturing or pilot plant sites where it’s harder to identify and recruit talent.

What type of companies do you work with?

Our search fees can range anywhere between $15,000 to $100,000 per placement, paid in a portion up-front(partially or fully retained) or upon placement(contingency).  Most smaller companies(<20 million) find it challenging to commit to that type of investment; those that do however receive the same level of service as a larger client.  We do work with larger, Fortune 500 companies as well, but typically on a limited basis for very hard to fill roles.  Our sweet spot is mid-size, 20 million to 750 million dollar companies that are expanding with aggressive growth plans.

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