Specialty Search

Specialty Search

The Lambert Nemec Group, a renowned recruitment firm specializing in Accounting & Finance, Information Technology, and People & Culture, can expand its specialty search recruitment into diverse areas beyond their traditional focus. By leveraging their expertise in talent acquisition and adapting their recruitment strategies, they can successfully venture into new specialty areas. Here's a summary outlining their approach and 15 examples of specialty roles they can explore:



Approach for Specialty Search Recruitment in Different Areas:

  • Understanding Client Needs: Deep dive into client requirements, assessing the nuances of each specialty area to identify key skill sets and qualifications.
  • Networking and Industry Engagement: Establish connections within niche industries to tap into specialized talent pools and gain insights into emerging trends.
  • Customized Recruitment Strategies: Tailor recruitment methodologies for each specialty, recognizing the unique characteristics and demands of the roles.



Examples of Specialty Roles for Recruitment:

  • Aerospace and Defense
  • Agriculture and Agribusiness
  • Construction
  • Education
  • Engineering and Technical
  • Environmental Services and Conservation
  • Financial Services and Insurance
  • Healthcare and Medical Services
  • Legal Professionals
  • Manufacturing & Industrial
  • Media and Entertainment
  • Office Professionals
  • Oil & Gas, Mining, and Energy
  • Professional Services
  • Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology
  • Public Sector and Not-for-Profit
  • Real Estate and Property Development
  • Retail and Consumer Goods
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Supply Chain and Operations
  • Technology and Innovation
  • Tourism and Hospitality
  • Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain
  1. Skill Mapping: Identifying specific technical skills and industry-related certifications required for each specialty role.
  2. Market Analysis: Conducting in-depth research on the demand and supply of talent in the niche areas to determine recruitment strategies.
  3. Candidate Evaluation: Utilizing specialized assessment tools and methodologies tailored to each specialty area.
  4. Building Partnerships: Collaborating with industry organizations, forums, or educational institutions specializing in these fields.
  5. Continuous Learning: Staying updated with industry developments, technological advancements, and changing skill requirements in niche sectors.

By expanding their recruitment horizons into diverse specialty areas and implementing these strategies, the Lambert Nemec Group can effectively broaden their service portfolio and cater to the evolving needs of clients seeking specialized talent beyond the realms of Accounting & Finance, Information Technology, and People & Culture.