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Chicago, IL, United States, 2007/06/05 - Chicago-based outsourcing and offshoring consultancy, cavalryHR, announced today that Jack Williams has been promoted to Vice President of Client Relations to lead cavalryHR’s growing, interim executive recruiting focused, Dallas, TX office.
cavalryHR a rapidly expanding recruiting services firm with offices in Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta and Boca Raton announced today that Jack Williams has been promoted to Vice President of Client Relations to lead cavalryHR’s growing Dallas office. Currently cavalryHR offers a range of offshoring, outsourcing and interim executive recruiting solutions to give companies from Miami to Munich or Huston to Hyderabad access to the best talent the global human capital market has to offer.
The firm provides comprehensive HR services—from management to executive searches to complete or partial outsourcing and offshoring, interim project recruiting, workforce management consulting. And for all of its service offerings, cavalryHR offers flexible and value based solutions.
“We are pleased to announce Jack William’s promotion to Vice President of Client Relations and that he will be leading our Dallas office,” said Keith S. Price, President and Founder of cavalryHR. “Jack is a proven leader with a passion for serving clients and getting results. Jack is a perfect fit for cavalryHR’s Dallas as we plan to double the size of our Dallas operation in 2007,” added Price.
“When I was introduced to cavalryHR’s business model, I was impressed by the scope of services and the emphasis on tailoring solutions to fit each client’s situation,” said Williams. “I thrive on being a part of a team that provides that kind of value to clients … cavalryHR offers something new and essential to clients and I’m thrilled to be part of a company with an expansive worldview,” added Williams. Prior to joining cavalryHR, Williams held various human resource consulting positions including President of Staff Extension, a provider of customized HR services from staffing and recruiting to consulting. He’s also worked with Swift Independent and ConAgra.
Williams is a graduate of Texas A&M, and is a proven and prolific entrepreneur and is best known for his role as founder of Staff Extension, the aforementioned global professional services firm. He has also successfully managed the human resource and managerial staffing needs of concerns ranging from Voluntary Hospitals of America and Munsingwear to the Campbell Soup Company.
“We’re focused on expanding cavalryHR’s global footprint … maybe opening 15-20 international offices to take advantage of the human capital rich talent pools of emerging metro’s over the next few years. I’ve been through this kind of branch expansion a few times and it’s always exciting and rewarding but this will go beyond that.”
Jack Williams is an entrepreneurial-minded strategic human resource management specialist. We’re thrilled to have his energy, creativity, intelligence and expertise at cavalryHR,” added Price.
About cavalryHR, LLC
From the second the interim executive recruiting firm was founded in 2004, cavalryHR (CavalryHR.com) has offered companies from Matson to Mumbai the specialized resources necessary to build and maintain the dynamic talent pipelines large corporations and micro-business entrepreneurs alike have to depend on as they recruit, retain and replace interim executives, managers and professionals in a global and globally competitive environment. The interim staffing consultants of cavalryHR provide more than an efficient way for companies of all sizes to take advantage of enhanced staffing and recruiting opportunities. They provide overtaxed HR departments with solutions from back office support and workforce planning to corporate leadership development, – as well as the “outsourcing Intel” they need to ensure that their concerns have the executive talent they need.
If you need “the right experience at the right time,” don’t hesitate to call cavalryHR’s human resource recruiting consultants today, or you can email them.