Dan Simmons, CPC, President of Continental Search & Outplacement, Inc., in Baltimore, Md., specializes in animal agriculture. He is one of the most successful recruiters in the Top Echelon Network, America’s leading placement network, having won numerous production awards during his tenure. Simmons began recruiting in 1991, and he’s been a Member of Top Echelon Network since 1996. He’s also a member of the Maryland Recruiters Association and a member of the National Association of Personnel Services.
Continental Search recruits top talent for companies across the nation, recruiting professionals from the entry to executive levels for direct hire or contract positions. Continental Search strives for an intimate understanding of its clients, supplying candidates who possess the skills, experience, and personality for success. For more information, visit www.consearch.com or contact Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don Hunter, the President of Bay Resource Group in Acme, Mich., has also been a Top Producer in Top Echelon Network. Hunter began recruiting in 1995, and he’s been a Member of the Network since 2000. Bay Resource Group specializes in providing career opportunities to professionals who are seeking employment in the Animal Science industry, specifically in the fields of Animal Nutrition and Animal Hygiene. The dual mission of Bay Resource Group is to contribute to the success of its candidates and to the profitability of its client companies. Through its unique program, it quickly and accurately constructs a matrix of high-performing candidates according to the parameters its client companies define as critical to success. Bay Resource Group believes any search for excellence must first begin with excellence in search. For more information, visit www.bayresourcegroup.com or contact Don at email@example.com
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