Jose Garcia

Director, Executive Search

A Director of Executive Search at Blue Rock Search, Jose has a combined 30+ years of experience in Human Resources, Labor Relations, and Executive Search.  Jose has held human resources and labor relations leadership roles supporting manufacturing and supply chain in both union and non-union environments at well-known organizations, inclusive of Dupont (Consol Energy), PepsiCo (Quaker Oats), and Merck.  

 

As a subject matter expert and highly specialized executive search recruiter, Jose has been dedicated to partnering with his clients to identify, assess, and recruit the best Human Resources/Labor Relations leadership talent available for over 12 years. He has helped place hundreds of HR/LR professionals across the United States and Latin America, and multiple industry verticals. His clients consider him a trusted partner who takes the time to understand their business and add value beyond executive search.

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Jose was on his way to a professional baseball career when injuries changed his path after college.  With a love for the game, Jose still plays baseball every week and will likely do so until he can’t stay in the catcher’s position for an entire inning!  When he is not playing baseball, Jose enjoys cooking and spending time with his wife and family. For retirement, Jose sees himself cruising the country in an RV—likely catching as many baseball games as he can.   

 

Jose has a passion for lifting up and supporting the youth in his community.  The local Boys and Girls Club in Philadelphia is a favorite cause.  And when asked “if you had all of the resources available to you to take on a cause – what would you do? Jose answered, “I’d establish a trust for all teachers to get whatever they needed for their classrooms”.

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Jose's Charity of Choice

 

” The Boys and Girls Club has been assisting young people for a long time. I have been a longtime advocate for organizations that focus on giving young people a place to be safe and making them aware that there are other places besides the streets.” 

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