Established in 2010, Wild Search is an executive search and advisory company, specialising in advising businesses, not for profit organisations, and those at the interface between them, on key leadership appointments. We combine both a strong and rigorous in-house research capacity with a proven track record of attracting candidates to sectors which are new to them. Our knowledge of the sectors and markets we serve is underpinned by our growing expertise in thought leadership. Our consultants bring both substantial senior experience within these sectors, together with a formidable network of contacts on which to draw to benefit those with whom we work.
We exist to ensure that our clients are provided with the best possible insights and advice when making key appointments and other business critical decisions. We believe in establishing and developing long term relationships and ensuring a highly resourced service with an emphasis on providing rather than sacrificing excellence in pursuit of higher volumes of business.
- Professional and Trade Bodies
- Rural Economy
Education Advisory Boardread more
Our Education Advisory Board was formed in March 2012, it meets termly and its members are regularly engaged in advising us on our work. The Board comprises of:
Alice Barnard (Chief Executive, Peter Jones Foundation; Non Executive Adviser, Wild Search)
Tania Botting (Head, Greenfield School)
Neil Carmichael MP (Member, Education Select Committee; Non Executive Adviser, Wild Search)
Dr Shaun Fenton (Headmaster, Reigate Grammar)
Dr Frances King (Head, Roedean)
Melvyn Roffe (Principal, Wymondham College)
Dr Anthony Wallersteiner (Headmaster, Stowe School)
Wild Search is committed to supporting charities and other organisations which work within the local and wider community to assist others. We have a particular interest in organisations which work within the heritage, creative industries and social enterprise sectors.
Our team members hold a broad range of positions on the boards of charities and other not for profit organisations. We believe that this enables us to serve our clients more effectively and to ensure that we maintain ongoing involvement with such institutions.
Support is provided both through direct financial contributions, funding research and in the provision of pro bono services.