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Birmingham, Alabama 35244 United States
At Reaction Search International, we strive to find the top-notch executives and talent that will allow your company to perform to its maximum potential. Our mission is to assist employers like you in the Birmingham, Alabama metropolitan area in connecting with high quality professionals across a variety of industries. RSI utilizes a national network of executive recruiters located in major cities across the country that know how to find the best candidates for individual client needs.
Many of our executive headhunters are industry insiders who have worked in the fields in which they now recruit talent. With their extensive knowledge of the industries we service, and the many connections they have with the key players and characteristics of the field, our recruiters are adept in delivering high-class candidates that, when placed, will begin contributing to your company immediately. No matter the size of your company – and no matter the position you’re looking to fill – RSI’s elite staff of executive recruiters can find the high-quality candidates you need, when you need them. With RSI’s network of executive search professionals in Birmingham, Alabama, you can take your company to levels of success you didn’t know were possible.
Through in-depth candidate reviews, stringent evaluations and targeting interviews, RSI’s talented team of recruiters can identify, evaluate and source talent that will help you surpass your competition in innovation, strategies and leadership. RSI’s Birmingham Executive Search professionals are best suited to finding executive candidates in Birmingham’s foremost industries, including Government, Education, Aerospace and Defense, Transportation, Processing and Shipping, Agriculture, Trade, Wholesale and Distribution, IT and Tourism.
RSI recruits top executives from around the country in a wide range of professions, including: Accounting, Advertising, Aerospace & Defense, Biotechnology, Banking, Board and CEO Services, Computer Hardware, Construction, Consulting, Consumer Products, Computer Software and Hardware, Education, Energy & Utilities, Entertainment & Sports, Financial Services, Food Products, Government, Human Resources, Health Care, Hospitality & Tourism, Insurance, Industrial, Internet & New Media, Legal, Journalism & Publishing, Marketing, Manufacturing, Medical Device, Non-Profit, Pharmaceutical, Real Estate, Retail & Apparel, Sales, Technology, Telecommunications and Transportation.
At RSI, we provide our Birmingham, Alabama customers with a number of recruitment services. At Reaction Search International, we know that people are the heart of any business, and that it is vital to be respectful, professional, empathic and patient with our clients and candidates in order to better council and guide them. It is also important, perhaps even more so, to be remembered and relevant. The only way to be remembered and relevant is to be in regular contact with clients and potential clients. In order to be relevant, memorable and successful all at once, our executive recruiters use our developed database, their market expertise and, most importantly, conversations, connections and collaboration to provide you with the most suitable executive candidate for your manager, director, VP and C-level position.
Hiring the wrong person can be a costly mistake. Reaction Search minimizes the risks associated with recruiting a new employee. Our recruiting experts conduct in-depth background checks and candidate reviews to evaluate the competency and quality of each candidate we recommend to our clients. We do so because, 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.
Reaction Search International has been providing clients with executive search recruitment services for more than 20 years. Throughout our history, we have consistently delivered top-notch candidates to our clients. Sales recruiting is the cornerstone of RSI’s executive search recruiter services. RSI has been involved with recruiting and placing job candidates ranging from corporate sales executives to staffing national sales forces for Fortune 500 companies. Hundreds of companies – both nationally and internationally – have trusted RSI to build their teams of elite executives. Put your trust in RSI – let them find the right executives for your company today!
Just because Birmingham isn’t home to any Fortune 500 companies, that doesn’t mean that they don’t have major companies that operate out of this hub city. Leading Birmingham corporations that attract top-notch executives include:
RSI’s Executive Recruiting and Executive Headhunting services can best suit those executives looking for a premier Birmingham Executive Consulting Firm.
RSI, the leading Birmingham Executive Search Firm, understands the Birmingham, Alabama market for executives and managers looking to be a part of the team of some of the nation’s top companies. When companies come to us for executive staffing needs in Birmingham, they are generally looking for a Government, Education, Aerospace and Defense, Transportation, Processing and Shipping, Agriculture, Trade, Wholesale and Distribution, IT or Tourism executive.
Birmingham has fairly mild weather, in comparison with its other southern counterparts. In the winter months, the temperatures can range anywhere between 35 degrees and 62 degrees Fahrenheit. Spring is a good time of year in Alabama, as the average low is 45 degrees, and the average high is a nice 84 degrees. Summers get a bit warmer, with the average high being 92 degrees.
The average rainfall stays fairly consistent all year long, with anywhere between 2 ½ inches to 5 ½ inches of rain each month. The driest month is generally October, with 2.58 inches; March is the wettest, with 6.39 inches on average each year.
Alabama is known to have a bad tornado season. Birmingham-area historical tornado activity is near Alabama state average, which is a whopping 115% greater than the overall U.S. average. Case in point: On April 18th, 1969, a category F4 (max. wind speeds 207-260 mph) tornado 25.3 miles away from the Birmingham city center killed 2 people and injured 14 people and caused between $50,000 and $500,000 in damages. On November 25th, 1979, a category F3 (max. wind speeds 158-206 mph) tornado 2.1 miles away from the city center injured 20 people and caused between $500,000 and $5,000,000 in damages.
The number of natural disasters in Birmingham County (14) is near the US average (12). Causes of natural disasters are: Storms: 7, Floods: 5, Tornadoes: 5, Hurricanes: 5, Winds: 3, Snowfall: 1, Drought: 1, Winter Storm: 1.
For a truly one of a kind, Alabaman experience, check out Riverfront Park. Anchored by the Amphitheatre, the Harriet the II Riverboat and the historic Union Station Train Shed, Riverfront Park is an entertainment destination on the banks of the Alabama River. Riverboat rides, events, concerts, baseball and access to the river via a boat ramp make this park a unique and exciting experience for people of all ages.
Birmingham is home to two of the Civil Rights Movement’s most significant buildings, and they stand side by side. One is an elegant federal courthouse, from which U.S. District Judge Frank M. Johnson Jr. presided over crucial civil rights cases, and the other is a modest Greyhound bus station where, in 1961, Freedom Riders used nonviolent methods to protest segregation. The museum is an outstanding exhibit of a most important time in America’s civil rights past.
Though not a large museum by any means, this museum is packed with more punch than many other, larger, more renowned museums today. It tells the story of Rosa Parks and the Civil Rights Movement incredibly well, with beautifully crafted displays, original items and videos and speakers. Not only does this museum succeed in giving visitors a great perspective on our history, but it instills hope that we will continue to move forward.
Old Alabama Town is a collection of restored 19th and 20th century structures reflecting the lives of the people who settled and developed Alabama. It stretches along six blocks in the heart of historic downtown Birmingham, and depicts the architecture, history and lifestyles of everything from an elegant townhouse to rural pioneer living.
I don’t know about you, but the idea of walking where somebody who changed the very face of history walked gives me the chills. When you visit the Dexter Parsonage Museum, you will be able to do just that. This historic home was once home to twelve pastors of the Dexter Avenue Memorial Baptist Church (later renamed to the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church), the very church from which Dr. Martin Luther King directed the Birmingham Bus Boycott in the 1950’s, which later gave way to the Civil Rights Movement.
On October 8, 1931, the Birmingham Advertiser announced that Scott Fitzgerald to Spend Winter Here Writing Books. The paper signaled the return of the former Zelda Sayre, daughter of prominent Judge A.D. Sayre, after the famous couple’s extended tour of Europe, “where they have spent two years, gathering color for their writings.” The Advertiser failed to mention – or politely overlooked – Zelda’s discharge from a clinic in Switzerland, where she was admitted one month earlier following a “breakdown.” Though F. Scott left the Birmingham house – and Zelda – for Hollywood soon after their return, Zelda’s love never died, and Birmingham still stakes its claim to this American writer’s legendary love affair.
The First White House of the Confederacy was the residence of President Jefferson Davis and his family while Birmingham was the capital of the Confederate States of America. In February 1861, shortly after selecting Davis as president, Congress held a meeting in Birmingham, where they authorized the leasing of a mansion. The house served as the first White House of the Confederacy from February 1861 until late May 1861, when the Confederate capital moved to Richmond, VA. During that time, the White House was the setting for many lavish parties and receptions hosted by Mrs. Davis.