For Candidates

For Candidates


This page is for candidates: just for you. We make it a practice to cultivate friends of the firm. That is why we regularly provide senior executives and technologists with career advice on our blog. We believe in helping candidates who’ve worked hard to become the best-of-the-best advance in their careers. Because we pay it forward, we enjoy ongoing relationships with the leading senior executives and technologists in the business.

Full disclosure, we do find it incredibly frustrating that we cannot engage with every deserving candidate the moment they wish to speak with us. There are simply too many candidates and too few of us. We have to manage our time to do what we do well.

To lessen the frustration, we invite you to take a few minutes to submit your preferences using the form below. That information helps us understand what kinds of opportunities are motivating to you so that when we do reach out, it will be for the right kind of opportunity. We hope that this is just the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

Candidate Preferences

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  • What is the preferred size of your next employer?
  • We ask only to understand where you are seated in your current company.
  • We ask only to understand the level of your responsibilities.
  • Sharing your direct dial helps us bypass the switchboard, ensuring discretion.
  • Communicating by cell phone is usually the most discreet way to communicate and the quickest way to reach you wherever you are.
  • Please share your home phone, if you have a land line there. Or if you use your cell phone as a home phone, enter it again here.
  • Are you open to relocation and realistically able to do so?
  • The Good Search is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Equal Opportunity executive search firm practice. We are a company that values diversity. We actively encourage women and minorities to self-identify because we specialize in diversity talent initiatives. Employers often ask for our help profiling top talent to ensure inclusion and a level playing field. Of course, self-identification is purely voluntary: refusal to provide this information will have no bearing on your candidacy and will not subject you to any adverse treatment.
  • Sharing this information helps us identify opportunities aligned with the compensation you require.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.