Download our Excel list that includes the email, phone, address, and sector information for the 200 top-rated recruiters in Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia, and Maryland including Korn Ferry, Heidrick & Struggles, Spencer Stuart, McCormick Group, Russell Reynolds, Williams Tison, Hire Strategy, Lucas Group, and 60 others. The recruiters in this list are filling roles at mid and senior levels for information technology, trade association, nonprofit, defense, government contracting, military transition, finance, health care, pharmaceutical, professional services, e-commerce, SaaS, legal, marketing, communications, public relations, and media. 80% of job vacancies are never published. You can’t afford to have your resume or LinkedIn profile not in front of the recruiters filling the best jobs in DC. We can email your resume to our database of 40,000 executive recruiters in the USA.
List Example (6 of the 200+)
What You Receive:
- Excel spreadsheet containing the top 200 executive recruiters.
- Recruiter name, email, company, website, address, phone, and LinkedIn profile.
- Recruiter’s sector of focus, e.g. legal, technology, finance, communications, sales, marketing, media, not-for-profit, non-profit, trade association, defense, government contracting, government affairs, healthcare, medical, education, NGO, lobbying, and professional services.
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