Our Expertise: Government, Not-For-Profit, Education
The AltoPartners Government, Not-For-Profit & Tertiary Education practice has very strong expertise in the Belgian, Czech, Dutch, Hungarian, Indian, New Zealand and US markets, working closely together across the AltoPartners alliance to coordinate and support effective global searches on behalf of clients.
In the Government sector, we have experience placing executives in a variety of agencies and functions in central and local government including health, welfare, infrastructure, trade, arts and culture, broadcasting, sport and recreation and senior administration.
In the Not-For-Profit sector, we conduct assignments to facilitate leadership appointments across a range of associations, foundations, trusts, arts and culture organisations, NGOs and international aid agencies.
In the Tertiary Education sector, we have extensive experience assisting in the placement of senior leadership roles including a broad range of academic, administrative and development roles in private and public institutions, as well as for specialist suppliers of sector support services. We also assist in organisational development, performance reviews and student support services.
To discuss your leadership needs in Government, Not-For-Profit, Education, please contact us.
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