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Kaye/Bassman Adds Founder of Powerhouse Recruiting

Kaye/Bassman Adds Founder of Powerhouse Recruiting

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Kaye/Bassman Adds Founder of Powerhouse Recruiting

Dallas, Texas – 11/9/2012:

Kaye/Bassman International, an executive search firm with over three decades of experience in professional, executive, technical and scientific search, has appointed Andrew Alexander as the Practice Leader of the organization’s Energy Performance Contracting and HVAC Recruiting Specialty Practice. Andrew Alexander is President and Founder of PowerHouse Recruiting and brings over a decade of experience in executive search to Kaye/Bassman.

“We are extremely fortunate to add a search professional of Andrew’s caliber, given his unparalleled track record of building not only great teams for his clients within the Energy Performance Contracting and HVAC disciplines, but also his phenomenal ability to mentor and develop those on his own team as well,” states Jeff Kaye, Co-CEO of Kaye/Bassman International.

The Power and Energy Team works with nationally recognized Energy Saving Companies (ESCOs) and HVAC system manufacturers and contractors, and apply the Client Focused Search™ approach to a select group of clients and candidates. Andrew has a national scope of expertise and has placed in multiple levels of management within a variety of verticals.

Executive Search Review recognized Kaye/Bassman International as being one of the Top 15 Search Firms in North America, and has repeatedly been ranked as the largest retained search firm in Dallas, the “#1 Best Place to Work in Dallas-Fort Worth” five times, and the “#1 Best Company to Work for in Texas” four times.

“Aligning forces with Kaye/Bassman allows me the opportunity to keep the signature boutique executive search feel while also providing our team with the additional resources and services to uncompromisingly expand our offerings. Even more exciting is our new ability to execute searches in the global market. Kaye/Bassman is a rare combination of both myopic focus and reach, and I look forward to continuing to strengthen the professional and personal ties throughout the Power and Energy community,” says Mr. Alexander.

Kaye/Bassman was founded in 1981 and provides global recruiting solutions with full range of permanent placement options; clients benefit from an industry practice consultant with expertise in healthcare recruiting, energy recruiting, insurance recruiting, banking recruiting, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology recruiting, and over 15 other recruiting specialty practice areas.

About Kaye/Bassman

Founded in 1981, Kaye/Bassman has grown to become the largest single-site executive search and recruitment firm in the United States with the simple mission of impacting companies and enhancing careers by providing the finest in professional, executive, technical and scientific search. Kaye/Bassman provides strategic recruiting and executive search solutions in over 20 industry practice areas including construction recruiting, healthcare recruiting, banking executive search, energy recruitment and many more. Next Level Recruiting Training, a recruiting training organization, Next Level Exchange, a recruiting training best practices information exchange, and Next Level Marketing Communications are also Kaye/Bassman companies.

For additional information or a sample copy, contact:
Darren McDougal
Kaye/Bassman International
(972) 931.5242
(972) 931.9683
communications@kbic.com

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