Category Archives: Executive Search

Job Interviews Done Well

By David A. Mersky Every prospective hire for your organization, at every level, will be interviewed before an offer is extended. The number and type(s) of interviews will vary depending on the position in question, but however they occur, interviews are the essential step… [Read more…]

Why You Can’t Hire Staff

Are you not able to hire staff because you can’t… Find the right candidate?  Searching for the ideal employee is like selling a house — you don’t need hundreds of people to come through, you just need the right person to walk in… [Read more…]

Nonprofit Hiring in the Time of Layoffs, Furloughs and Unpaid Leave

We are living in a brave new world, the world’s largest work-from-home experiment. While remote work is certainly not a new phenomenon, the Coronavirus outbreak has forced nonprofits to transition without preparation. This sudden change has put a strain an organization’s ability to… [Read more…]

Recent Executive Search Placements

We are proud to have helped the following organizations meet their needs with the following executive search placements: Senior Director of Teen Engagement Dana Prottas is an experienced educational leader who came to USCJ from Minnesota where she was the Director of Yachad, the… [Read more…]

Does Your Organization Have an Emergency Leadership Transition Management Plan?

by David A. Mersky Emergency leadership transition management has been on my mind ever since the tragic, untimely death last month of Rabbi Aaron D. Panken, Ph.D., z”l, may his memory be for a blessing, the 12th  president of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute… [Read more…]