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Baltimore, Maryland 21202 United States
For more than a decade, the Reaction Search Baltimore Energy and Utilities Executive Search Firm Specialty Team has provided its clients with superior talent acquisitions by matching Top Energy Professionals with Employers in the Baltimore, Maryland Metro Area.
Whether you are seeking a CEO or to build an entire Energy and Utilities team virtually overnight, the Reaction Search Baltimore recruitment team is the answer; we connect time-strapped employers with talented candidates.
Our highly trained executive search consultants have real-world experience and insight, making them the best suited for conducting executive searches to enhance the staffing infrastructure in both private and public organizations.
As a nationwide Energy executive search firm with an expansive network of professional Energy executive search recruiters located in most major cities across the nation, Reaction Search and its Energy executive recruiters are dedicated to identifying, evaluating, recruiting, and delivering the highest-caliber Energy professionals by utilizing an established process in matching and delivering high-caliber Energy candidates, who are prepared to begin contributing to your company immediately, with positions that fit their unique skill set.
One of the many dimensions that make our Energy executive recruiters truly unique is the fact that they are Energy executive industry insiders. Our Baltimore Energy executive recruiters have actually worked in the positions for which they now recruit talent. With this unique insight and perspective, they are better equipped to deliver search results that continue to uphold and ensure our firm’s consistently high retention rates within the Baltimore Energy Executive Recruiting Division.
Because our Baltimore Energy executive recruiters are familiar with the key Baltimore Energy players and the “ins and outs” of the Baltimore Energy field, they know the questions to ask, and are able to quickly and effectively assess candidate competency. These insights amongst other dimensions enable our Baltimore Energy executive recruiters to consistently recruit premium Energy candidates. These are just a few of many ways in which our Baltimore Energy executive recruiters distinguish themselves from headhunters who are just trying to hastily fulfill an executive job search.
From start-up to Fortune 500 companies, our extensive Baltimore Energy industry knowledge base and proven track record of accomplishments enables our firm, RSI, to expeditiously and thoroughly tailor and fulfill each Baltimore Energy Executive Search. Simply, we provide outstanding service and bottom line results by servicing a comprehensive range of disciplines.
Contact our Baltimore Energy and Utilities Executive Search Firm to learn about our 25 step process to a successful hire!
Baltimore’s major exports, from those manufacturing businesses still in operation, are: coal, grain, iron, steel, and copper products. But, as mentioned earlier, Baltimore and the Baltimore Metro Area are currently shifting from manufacturing to service economies. In 2012, low-wage service jobs accounted for 90% of all jobs in Baltimore City. In recent years, Baltimore and the Baltimore Metro Area have seen a rise in service sector jobs in the fields such as law, finance, medicine, entertainment, and health. These areas have also experienced a growth in high-tech industries such as electronics, information technology, telecommunications, and aerospace research.
Only one company, Constellation Energy (NYSE: CEG), is located in Baltimore City. Four companies are in Bethesda, which is 38 miles southwest of Baltimore. One company, Marriott International (NYSE: MAR), is in Rockville, Maryland, a couple miles north of Bethesda.
Welcome to Balamer, “The City of Firsts,” “Charm City,” “Ravenstown,” and “The Greatest City on Earth.” Baltimore is named after Cecilius Calvert, Lord Baltimore, a member of the Irish House of Lords who helped establish the Maryland colony in 1632. In 1706 the Maryland colonial General Assembly created the Port of Baltimore to help facilitate tobacco trade along the East Coast. In 1729, that port became the town Baltimore. Today, Baltimore is part of Baltimore County, and the largest city in Maryland.
As a port town, Baltimore has historically been a working-class city, segregated by race, and referred to as a “city of neighborhoods.” Today, there are 72 designated historic districts in Baltimore. Some of these districts include: the Inner Harbor, a touristy area by the port; Fells Point, a gentrified entertainment district; Little Italy, a Baltimore Italian-American community; and Mt Vernon, the city’s cultural and artistic center.
Baltimore is a very liberal city. Every year since 1982, the Bolton Hill neighborhood in Baltimore has hosted Artscape, the largest free arts festival in the United States. Also, the Maryland Film Festival takes place every year since 1999 in Baltimore’s historic Charles Theater. In 2008, 88% of Baltimore’s voters cast their ballots for the democratic candidate Barak Obama while only 12% voted for republican John McCain.
Metropolitan Area: 2.7 million
Major Industries: Coal, grain, iron, steel and copper production
Attractions: Fenway Park, Bunker Hill Monument, Baltimore Tea Party Ship and Museum, Paul Revere House
Baltimore’s population decreased 4.6% over the last decade, from 649,500 in 2000 to 620,961 in 2010. Once the second largest city in the United States, Baltimore City’s population has been in decline since 1950. Over the last 60 years, many Baltimoreans moved to Baltimore’s surrounding suburbs. As a result, the Baltimore Metropolitan Area steadily grew to over 2.7 million residents in 2010, making it the 20th most populous metro area in the country.
Baltimore is one of the more educated cities in the United States. From Baltimore’s population over 25 years old, 78.9% completed high school, 35.6% hold a bachelor’s degree, and 15.3% hold a graduate or other professional degree.
In 2009, Baltimore’s most common industries for men were: construction (10% of the population), educational services (8%), public administration (8%), health care (7%), accommodation and food services (7%), professional, scientific, and technical services (6%) and waste management services (5%). Baltimore’s most common industries for women were: health care (19%), educational services (14%), public administration (10%), accommodation and food services (7%), finance and insurance (6%), professional, scientific, and technical services (5%), and waste management services (4%).
RSI’s Recruiters Baltimore can best suit executives looking for a premier Baltimore Energy & Utilities Recruitment.
Being the leading Headhunters Baltimore, our firm understands the Baltimore, Maryland, market for executives and managers looking to be part of the Energy & Utilities team at some of the nation’s top companies.
Hiring the wrong person can be a costly mistake. Being one of the nation’s leading executive search firms, Reaction Search can minimize the risks associated with recruiting a new employee. Our recruiting experts conduct in-depth candidate reviews to evaluate the competency and quality of each candidate we recommend to our clients. We conduct extensive background and reference checks. When we send you a candidate, we do so with the utmost confidence that the candidate meets your criteria, and would be an asset to your organization.