"Sherr will draw upon his recruiting knowledge in sourcing, candidate development and assessment."
(PRWEB) April 09, 2015
Talent acquisition consulting and recruitment services firm TalentRISE today announced that Jesse Sherr has joined as Associate Partner.
“We are excited that Jesse Sherr has joined the firm’s growing retained search practice,” said Rick Gray, TalentRISE chief executive officer. “Jesse will draw on his recruiting knowledge in sourcing, candidate development and assessment, as well as his business acumen and sales experience in his new role.”
Sherr has more than ten years of search experience helping his clients build organizational capabilities through the identification, assessment and recruitment of top talent. Jesse brings a collaborative approach with a results-oriented focus that allows him to understand his clients' needs and bring creative, thoughtful and relevant recruiting solutions.
Sherr has successfully led client development and search execution for organizations ranging from Fortune 500 market leaders to small, private equity-backed companies. He has a demonstrated ability to tailor his recruitment approach to his clients' unique needs and cultures. Jesse has led searches for Director, Vice President, and C-level talent.
Prior to joining talentRISE, Sherr served as Vice President at Laramie Group, a boutique retained search firm in Chicago. He earned his B.S. degree in Finance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
ABOUT TalentRISE LLC
TalentRISE is a Chicago-based management consultancy and recruiting services firm focused on helping companies transform their business through talent. As talent management consultants, the firm partners with clients to help them assess, align, optimize, outsource and/or transform their talent acquisition strategies, systems and processes to best meet and support changing business needs. As recruiters, TalentRISE provides cost-effective, project-based contract recruiting and retained executive search support and scalability to clients’ internal recruitment capabilities for both planned and unexpected hiring spikes related to M&A, organic growth, strategic business expansion, or other corporate change initiatives.