20+ Years of Expertise in Management, Hiring, and Performance Coaching
Helping Find Your C-Level Positions
What can our many years of experience do your YOUR business? In a post-COVID landscape, businesses require different leadership skills and tools to compete, function and flourish. So, when it comes to expanding your business TODAY, you need the right company that is abreast of market trends, laws, and practices to place the right person that will take your business to the next level. We are the HR and recruiting experts; Legacy Elevated equips business owners with the right people to drive your business to new heights, allowing you to focus on the aspects of business ownership in which you are the expert and matter most to you.
Legacy Elevated can definitively identify the critical skillsets companies need to expand today and pinpoint the skills required for success in the future. Having reviewed hundreds of executive profiles and resumes, we have developed time-tested methods of C-level candidate selection over the past decade and evolved our techniques to meet current culture demands.
C-Level Recruitment Positions
This is what these officer positions will do for YOU, and why you can't manage YOUR business without them. We will find the perfect candidate for your organization. The recruitment fee for officer positions is $9,500. Let us put our expertise to work for you!
Chief Executive Officer
- Works with the company owner and other executives to establish short-term objectives and long-range goals, and related plans and policies.
- Presents regular reports on the status of the company's operations to the company owner and to company staff.
- Oversees the organizations financial structure, ensuring adequate and sound funding for the mission and goals of the company.
- Reviews the financial results of all operations, comparing them with the company's objectives and taking appropriate measures to correct unsatisfactory performance and results.
- Ensures the company's compliance with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and standards.
- Negotiates with other companies regarding actions such as mergers, acquisitions, or joint ventures.
- Serves as the company's representative to the company owner, the board of directors, shareholders, employees, customers, the government, and the public.
- Performs other related duties to benefit the mission of the organization.
Chief Financial Officer
- Directs the preparation of all financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, shareholder reports, tax returns, and governmental agency reports.
- Compares sales and profit projections to actual figures and budgeted expenses to actual expenses; makes or oversees any necessary adjustments to future projections and budgets.
- Reviews planning process and suggests improvements to current methods.
- Analyzes operations to identify areas in need of reorganization, downsizing, or elimination.
- Works with the President and other executives to coordinate planning and establish priorities for the planning process.
- Studies long-range economic trends and projects their impact on future growth in sales and market share.
- Identifies opportunities for expansion into new product areas.
- Oversees investment of funds and works with investment bankers to raise additional capital required for expansion.
Chief Strategic Officer
- Developing an inclusive strategic plan and strategy by collaborating with the company owner, leadership team, board, and executive.
- Collaborating with CFO to develop a capital plan in line with the strategy.
- Analyzing market dynamics, market share changes, product line performance, and competitive intelligence.
- Identifying key capital projects, joint ventures, potential M&A targets, and other strategic partnership opportunities.
- Identifying strategic risks.
- Collaborating with leadership, special committees, and consultants to execute strategies.
- Communicating strategy effectively throughout the company.
- Ensuring suitable metrics are in place to measure performance and progress.
- Monitoring execution of business initiatives.
- Executing divestments and divestiture.
Chief Operations Officer
- Design and implement business strategies, plans and procedures.
- Set comprehensive goals for performance and growth.
- Establish policies that promote company culture and vision.
- Oversee daily operations of the company and the work of executives (Marketing, Sales, Finance etc.)
- Lead employees to encourage maximum performance and dedication.
- Evaluate performance by analyzing and interpreting data and metrics.
- Write and submit reports to the CEO in all matters of importance.
- Assist CEO in fundraising ventures.
- Participate in expansion activities (investments, acquisitions, corporate alliances etc.)
- Manage relationships with partners/vendors.