Strong in the public domain
In healthcare, issues such as new funding systems, changing legislation and regulations and customer focus play an important role. Healthcare institutions are increasingly transforming into healthcare enterprises. This calls for administrators who fit the future of the healthcare sector in the Netherlands and the changing requirements. Holtrop Ravesloot is active in both cure and care and works for hospitals and institutions for mental health care, youth care, care for the disabled and for institutions offering care for the elderly, or home care. Our search agency also works for affiliated organisations such as insurers, research institutes, umbrella organisations and suppliers. Since entering the medical world in 1997, Holtrop Ravesloot has placed several hundred directors and supervisors at the highest level.
Education in the Netherlands faces major challenges each year. The changes in the education system constantly place high and sometimes different demands on leadership and governance. Directors with substantive knowledge of education, who bring in the outside world, take a business vision and do not lose sight of the substantive challenge. Based on our integral vision on education, we are able to put together a complementary team at board level that can transform an educational institute into an educational organisation. Holtrop Ravesloot is looking for administrators and supervisors for universities, universities of applied sciences, ROCs and for umbrella organisations of secondary and primary education.
Government and ZBOs
Cutbacks on the one hand, more customer-oriented thinking on the other. The government and affiliated organisations, such as the independent administrative bodies (ZBOs), are also facing major challenges. More and more, they are required to operate as a company, with the accompanying control models, organisational structures, processes and customers. In addition, they must not lose sight of their primary task. Our search agency knows the world of government and business and is able to identify and interest the right people who can bring the best of both worlds together. Top executives who want to dedicate themselves with heart and soul, with an eye for the wishes of employees, customers and other stakeholders. And with a feeling for the demands that current times place on the organisation.
Cross-pollination between sectors such as housing and business is important for a vital development of society. Increasingly, executives are being sought who can build bridges from an integral vision. Housing corporations must once again focus on their core task: providing homes and creating a liveable environment, especially for vulnerable groups. This requires committed managers with a clear vision of the challenges. Developments in legislation and regulations also require a new type of manager.
The cultural and museum world demands people who are dynamic and creative. They are often at the forefront when it comes to socially responsible themes and impact. We understand the problems from the inside and find them the right people who have their tentacles in this world and know both the public and business world.