Executive Search Solutions

Delivering premier leadership talent for growing companies

Our team has filled many executive roles in animal health and nutrition across the nation.

These include

  • President of a Global Milk Replacer Manufacturer
  • Director of Poultry Veterinary Services for a Top 5 Animal Rx Manufacturer
  • Business Unit Director, Monogastric, Global  Animal Rx Manufacturer
  • Director of Nutrition & Marketing for a Top 5 Feed Manufacturer
  • Head of Dairy Nutrition, North America for a Global Feed Additives Manufacturer
  • Director of Research and Nutrition for a Major Feed Manufacturer
  • Business Development Manager for a leading swine consulting group
  • Purchasing Director for a Regional Feed Company
  • Many Sales Managers/Business Managers for companies across the USA

Whether you need an executive to lead sales, technology, or operations, we are ready to help you find great talent anywhere in the animal sciences.  We help you identify and recruit someone who fits your culture and will be engaged.  This engagement leads to longer tenure and higher productivity.

Let us help you hire confidently by using the right tools when interviewing top candidates.

After five years as the #1 recruiter for an Inc. 500 award-winning employment agency in Baltimore, Maryland, Dan founded Continental Search in 1996 and has placed hundreds of exceptionally talented individuals and executives for over 100 client companies.


Looking for executive talent?
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Jim joined Continental Search in 2010 after recruiting manufacturing managers and engineers across the Midwest for his firm, Midwest Headhunters. Jim’s experience recruiting supervisors, managers, and executives across the spectrum of manufacturing provides a unique “in their shoes” perspective and expertise in what it takes to be a top performer.


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