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Bonita Springs, Fla.-headquartered Energy Recruiters Inc., an executive search consulting firm, has expanded its operations to include renewable energy recruitment. In addition, Dawn Dzurilla has joined the firm's Bonita Springs office and will help the company deliver executive search and recruitment solutions to organizations and nonprofits of all segments within the renewable energy market.

"Increasingly, global market forces have been motivating our clients to pursue new and sustainable sources of energy," says Jason McAuliffe, president of Energy Recruiters. "Dawn's passion and commitment for a sustainable society coupled with a diverse background, which includes co-founding a socially responsible or 'green' alternative investment management firm, will be invaluable to Energy Recruiters' renewable energy industry clients and candidates."


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