$200K — $250K + $75K bonus + equity
President for private equity-owned $50 million revenues services company with 150-200 employees and numerous independent contractors in the Dallas/Fort Worth area to support the company's next phase of growth. This successful 15-year-old company principally serves a B to B market consisting of corporate, insurance and automotive related entities. Company operates in a fragmented industry where it is seen as one of the larger players with a strong brand recognition and a robust platform upon which its growth plan is based.
Assist the PE owner and founder/CEO in defining and driving the company's growth strategy, focusing and augmenting the current management team and building out the systems and networks to service an expanded opportunity set. Reporting to the CEO, the President must be ready to assume full P&L responsibility and will have sales, marketing, human resources, operations and the CFO as direct reports. He/she will be directly responsible for planned increases in revenue, profitability and the on-going operations of the organization.
The President will be a leader and a general manager from an automotive, transportation, call center, motor club or service-focused business who has successfully managed complex national operations with a high focus on customer experience. A successful candidate will be an analytical and savvy business leader who has navigated cost-conscious customers and achieved financial rewards in the face of a competitive landscape. A track record of achieving strong growth in EBITDA and/or financial returns for investors is a key selection criterion. This individual ideally has dramatically improved a business historically.
The President should also have experience managing multiple locations and fast pace operations as the company operates 24/7 nationwide with most employees or independent contractors operating remotely. Understanding how to communicate and motivate such a workforce will be key.
Further, the new owners see the potential for rapid growth and have capitalized the company to facilitate these aspirations. The candidate needs to be able to demonstrate the ability to manage growth and/or rapidly changing organizations with success.
Candidates should be college educated, have at least ten years in senior leadership roles, financially astute and comfortable with technology. All serious candidates will be subject to extensive background checks and testing.
Compensation: Potential to earn a bonus of 50% or more of base pay and options to acquire a meaningful ownership stake in the company. The COO will be eligible to participate in all employee welfare programs including health insurance, dental benefits, 401k and any other program that is available to employees. Remote commuting possible.
Valid through: 4/23/2021