What We Do

In a Nutshell

Kimmel & Associates is the largest specialty executive search firm in North America. In business for more than 35 years, we have built relationships with hundreds of client companies. We are proud to have assisted tens of thousands of professionals with growing their careers. What's our secret? Relationships.

Kimmel is more than just an executive recruiting agency. We are trusted partners who work with you to locate outstanding candidates for positions such as supply chain executives, senior construction project managers, or recycling professionals, for example. Clients around the world rely on us. We only provide the best of the best.

35 Years in
650 Placements
per year
23k Phone hours
per year
908 Combined years
of experience
63k Contacts
per month

Recruiting Process

All About Relationships

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Talent Acquisition

An Art, Not a Science

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Our Vision

Exceed Expectations

Charlie Kimmel

My favorite part about recruiting is seeing people grow and excel professionally. We've got 100 people here who
feel the exact same way.

Charlie Kimmel · President & CEO

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Kimmel did a great job identifying our company's culture and have been very successful in bringing us prospects with these same values.

West Coast Construction Company

Kimmel is the one search firm I depend on. It is due to the trust and understanding developed and in the quality of support we receive.

Global Infrastructure Company

Worldwide Recruiting

31 Countries and Counting

Articles & Events

The Kimmel Career Corner

What Does Lack of Communication Feel Like?
What Does Lack of Communication Feel Like?

By Richard Laibson
on Apr 27, 2016 in Management

Communication can affect how a person feels, whether it be the words or the tone we use, or the lack of communication altogether.

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Retaining Key Employees
Retaining Key Employees

By Anne Kimmel
on Apr 18, 2016 in Retention

Every company struggles with retaining the best employees. You will inevitably lose some good people. Retaining people is an art, not a...

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6 Reasons You Might Make a Job Change
6 Reasons You Might Make a Job Change

By Anne Kimmel
on Apr 12, 2016 in Career Advice

Before considering making a change, consider where you are right now and where you might like to be in the future. Ask yourself these three...

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