SGR provides a comprehensive scope of executive search services. Each executive search service contract is tailored to meet the client's specific needs.
Our executive recruiting services are unequaled, providing a high degree of personal attention to each executive search that is conducted. Our role is to find the person who is the very best possible match for your organization.
SGR devotes tremendous energy to understanding your organization's unique culture, environment, and local issues to ensure a great "fit" with regard to values, philosophy, and management style.
2 job(s) at Strategic Government Resources
City of Aurora
Aurora, CO, USA
The City of Aurora's Public Defender’s Office provides complete, quality legal representation to indigent defendants who are faced with a possible jail sentence and are charged with a municipal ordinance violation in the Aurora Municipal Court. The Public Defender’s Office is governed by the Public Defender Commission, which ensures that indigent clients are represented in accordance with its strict guidelines. The Commission consists of four attorney members and three citizen members.
City of Temple
Temple, TX, USA
Temple is a full-service, home rule city operating under a council-manager form of government, and the City Council is comprised of a Mayor and four Council members. The City Council appoints a professional City Manager to lead and direct the daily operations of the organization. The City is seeking an experienced, ethical, and customer-friendly legal professional to serve as its City Attorney. Under the supervision of the City Council and as chief legal officer for the City, the City Attorney provides legal services to the City Council, City Manager, City boards and commissions, and other various City departments; reviews or drafts all legal instruments in which the City has an interest; represents the City’s interest in court, state and federal agency hearings, and local administrative or quasi-judicial proceedings; and oversees the purchase and sale of property, municipal court prosecution, and open records requests that require submission to the Texas Attorney General’s Office.