San Felipe Plaza
Houston, Texas 77057 United States
If you are located in Houston and are seeking the most competitive talent locally or nationally, working with Reaction Search International helps you achieve success. Reaction Search International is as committed to your successful recruitment as you are. We use an intensive 25-step system to help find the right fit for your company, and we commit an entire team to address your needs for your next VP, manager, director or C-suite executive.
Many of the recruiters at Reaction Search International are not just executive headhunters in Houston. They are, in fact, industry insiders. They understand how sectors such as government agencies, finance, non-profits, higher education and other industries work and can draw on their connections and insider knowledge to tap the passive candidate market.
Knowing the top players sets us above many executive search firms in Houston, but what really sets us apart is our dedication. We have a range of services to ensure you get the right leader for your team.
If you are interested in working with responsive and talented executive search services in Houston, Texas, contact us:
RSI EXECUTIVE SEARCH FIRM FOR EXECUTIVE SEARCH AND RECRUITING IN HOUSTON, TEXAS
RSI, HOUSTON, TEXAS EXECUTIVE SEARCH AND RECRUITING CENTER
San Felipe Plaza
5847 San Felipe
Houston, TX 77057 USA
Many of the team members at Reaction Search International are industry insiders and can use their connections and collaborations in the industry to unearth the right talent for you. Regardless of the position you need to fill, your industry and the size of your company, our team has likely placed top professionals in a similar organization.
Reaction Search International doesn’t just assign you one recruiter. With us, you work with a team of professionals who carefully evaluate your needs and use their resources, knowledge and industry status to source talent. We identify, evaluate, screen, interview and more.
In fact, we remove the biggest obstacles to recruitment. The Reaction Search International team in Houston unearths the most likely candidates, and we carefully screen the top talent. We conduct in-depth interviews, complete background research, check references and backgrounds and more. By the time a professional is suggested to you, they have undergone the careful checks you need to feel completely confident in the choice.
Reaction Search International and the Houston team work with a variety of industries, including oil and gas, transportation, agriculture, food, tech, healthcare, manufacturing and other top industries in Texas. We have helped top industry players hire VPs, directors, C-suite executives and other top leaders.
Reaction Search International understands every search is different. Discretion may be important at your organization, or you may be especially sensitive to cultural fit after changes to your company’s values or mission. Whether you are growing or have specific needs, we evaluate talent on the basis of skills, soft skills, background and more. We look at the whole person to find someone who will start making a positive impact on your venture right away.
Let’s be clear: Top positions of leadership are an exceptionally sensitive situation for any organization. You are not just hiring another person. You are hiring one of the biggest assets and possibly one of the largest investments in your company. The person you hire in a lead position can shape the future of your company, your culture, future hiring decisions, your success and more.
Choosing the wrong candidate can be painful and can cause ripple effects across your business. It is a costly mistake that could impact every aspect of your team’s efforts. The wrong candidate robs you of precious resources and pushes you back into the recruitment process. You have worked too hard on your success to risk this outcome.
Work with Reaction Search International to ensure you hire right the first time. Don’t spend time on unqualified candidates. Focus on those who will bring the drive, passion and raw talent to your group. Hone in on the professionals who can be your partners in success and who can help you fulfill your future company vision. Reaction Search International brings you the top-quality talent you need to make it happen.
If you’re ready to recruit with a proven system trusted by top players in your industry, contact us at Reaction Search International in Houston. Whether you are looking for candidates locally or nationally, our more than 50 locations around the world, our extensive database and our connections can be the difference. Contact us today to discuss your needs.
Welcome to Houston, Texas; “Space City,” “H-Town,” the “Energy Capital of the World,” and Men’s Health Magazine’s “Fattest City in America.” Houston is HUGE (and not just the people). The city is home to over 2 million people and one of the tallest skylines in the world. Houston’s JP Morgan Chase Tower, Wells Fargo Bank Plaza, and Williams Tower all crack the list of top 50 tallest buildings in the U.S. As of 2012, 10 of the nation’s 100 tallest buildings are in Houston. Some famous people raised in this large, Texas city are: director Wes Anderson; broadcast journalist Walter Cronkite; South Park’s Matt Stone; actors Dennis and Randy Quaid, Patrick Swayze, and Isaiah Washington; comedian Bill Hicks; athletes Clyde Drexler, Vince Young, Roger Clemens, and George Foreman; singers Beyoncé Knowles, Lyle Lovett, Kelly Rowland, and Kenny Rogers; aerospace engineer, film director, and entrepreneur Howard Hughes; and famed heart surgeon Denton Cooley.
WHAT’S HOT IN HOUSTON: RSI, the leading Houston Executive Search Firm, understands the Houston, Texas 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 Houston, they are generally looking for an Oil and Gas, Manufacturing or Transportation executive.
Career opportunities aside, why live in Houston? One important factor to consider is the weather. For many people, Houston weather is less than ideal. Compared to the average US city, Houston is hot, humid, and rainy.
Daily Houston temperatures are above the national average all year round. Houston’s average summer temperatures range from 75°F-95°F and its average winter temperatures range from 45°- 65°. National average daily temperatures are between 65° and 85° in the summer and 30° to 50° in the winter.
At the same time, the city is humid and rainy. Morning humidity levels reach 90% while afternoon humidity levels are around 65% year round. Both levels are about 10% higher than the national average. Also, precipitation in Houston tends to exceed the national average of 3-inches per month year round. Houston’s rainiest months are typically toward the end of spring (May and June) and the end of summer (September). During these periods, rainfall in Houston can reach up to 7-inches per month.
Wind speed is about 1 mph below the national average year round. Also, sunshine levels are around the national average and snowfall is pretty much non-existent.
Houston’s Manned Spacecraft Center was built in 1961 after the creation of NASA. During the 1960s center led the American campaign to put a man on the moon. Today the center is still used for training, research, and aerospace flight control. The center was the Command Station for the Apollo Missions and the Space Shuttle program. In 1970 the Apollo 13 mission nearly avoided disaster, prompting the famous (often misquoted) phrase, “Houston, we’ve had a problem.” In 1973 the Command Center was renamed Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.
Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts is a one of the largest art museums in the United States. The museum’s permanent collection contains over 62,000 works from all over the world. The museum’s total exhibition space is over 300,000 sq. ft. It is therefore separated into seven facilities: Caroline Wiess Law Building, Audrey Jones Beck Building, The Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden, Glassell School of Art, Central Administration and Glassell Junior School of Art Building, Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens, and Rienzi. The museum, since its foundation in 1900, has become home to several famous works of art including: Hans Memling’s Portrait of an Old Woman, William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s The Elder Sister, Claude Monet’s Nature morte au bouquet, and Monet’s famous painting Water Lilies.
Houston’s Galleria is an upscale urban development. It consists of an office complex and 375 stores of retail space. The Galleria, which first opened in 1970, is the largest mall in Texas and the seventh largest in the United States. 35 million people visit the Galleria and its 2.4 million sq. feet of retail space every year. Stores that anchor the galleria are: Macy’s Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Dillard’s. The largest of the Galleria’s three office towers is the Galleria Financial Center. Financial institutions such as Merrill Lynch, UBS AG, Citigroup, law offices, and energy trading companies occupy the tower. Also, two hotels are located in the Galleria complex- the Westin Galleria and the Westin Oaks.
The Houston Arboretum and Nature Center is a non-profit arboretum and nature center in Houston’s Memorial Park. The center contains over 5 miles of nature trails that lead to forest, pond, wetland, and meadow habitats. There are also specialty gardens inside the arboretum such as Hummingbird & Butterfly Island, Sensory garden, and Wildlife Garden. The arboretum is open to the public daily with free admission. It’s the best way to forget about all the environmental damage Houston’s oil industry has done.
The Battle of San Jacinto was the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution. The “battle” was more of a slaughter. In 18 minutes Sam Houston’s Texan Army destroyed Santa Anna’s Mexican Army. The final casualty counts: Mexican Army- 630, Texan Army-9. Three weeks later Santa Anna signed a treaty, which led to the formation of the Republic of Texas. The San Jacinto Monument was constructed between 1936 and 1939 in the San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site. At 567.31 feet, the monument is the world’s tallest monumental column. Visitors can take an elevator up to the monument’s observation deck for a great view of the city of Houston.