We are a leading global specialist search firm focused on the Professional Services sector. From our base in Ireland, we conduct local and international assignments for functional and senior leadership positions across 5 core pillars - Accounting, Tax, Corporate Finance, Audit and Risk, and Legal and Compliance.
Our expert consultants are all professionally qualified or have experience in global advisory firms, optimising enhanced technology-driven search capabilities to attract and engage top talent.
Humanising The Industry
Phoenix was created to address the weaknesses in traditional executive search and contingent recruitment: a transaction-focused, non-consultative, inconsistent experience. After a decade in the industry, Ed Rossiter, our founder and Managing Partner, felt there was a better way to deliver a quality solution - one that is focused on adding value along the entire candidate journey. Ruth Lyndon, a qualified Solicitor and experienced senior recruiter, joined Ed as fellow Managing Partner and together, they are committed to delivering a quality service akin to any other professional service - consultative, value-add and solutions-focused.
Technology drives and enhances everything we do at Phoenix, including our search capabilities. In a candidate-driven market, we use advanced technology, such as AI and digital marketing, to engage exceptional talent.
Phoenix is led by a team of high-performing industry experts. This includes a qualified Solicitor and Accountants with hands-on post-qualification experience from leading firms (A&L Goodbody, Maples, PwC, Grant Thornton). This unique mix of relevant experience gives Phoenix a distinct advantage to benefit our clients and candidates.
In our experience, most recruitment agencies focus on one thing
and one thing only - the transaction.
We firmly believe the emphasis should be on people
and this ideology is central to how Phoenix came to be.
Our mission is to transform the talent acquisition industry
to create a more positive client and candidate experience.