Executive search | Executive search – Cayhill Partners

We can help companies to ‘future proof’ their communications functions as well as help their teams flourish and grow.

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Executive search

Our core offering is delivering executive search services for clients looking for exceptional, senior level external and internal communications professionals. We provide the in-depth knowledge, insight and advice that organisations need to identify, attract and recruit their communications leaders and senior PR teams.

Our expertise extends across all of the corporate reputation disciplines, including external affairs, internal communications, public affairs, financial PR, investor relations, media relations, marcoms and corporate affairs.

Cayhill Partners’ search process is rigourous yet flexible. We recognise that no two clients are the same and we work closely with organisations to adapt and flex our business model to meet their specific requirements. We bring genuine commercial insight along with an unrivalled knowledge of the communications world. We are confident in our expertise and offer a 12-month guarantee on all our work, along with flexible fee structures and adaptable project time-frames.

Whether the search is for a Corporate Affairs Director for a FTSE100 organisation, a Head of Media Relations for a large privately owned firm, or a Public Affairs leader for a heavily regulated business, we know where the best candidates are and how to attract them. And because we work across all industries, we are easily able to identify communications practitioners across the whole spectrum of business, meaning a more diverse, creative and thought-provoking choice of candidates.

Dee is exceptionally well networked within and knowledgeable about the senior corporate affairs world. Professional and discreet, she isn’t afraid to challenge when the situation requires and she presented us with an impressive and thought-provoking choice of candidates. She is robust and adaptable and remained positive throughout the project, even when circumstances changed mid brief. 

Tony Quinlan, former CFO, Drax plc