Tim Bostick is a partner in Caldwell’s Industrial Practice, and a member of the Dallas office. With 25 years of executive search experience, Tim’s expertise ranges from placing board directors, chief executive officers, presidents and chief operating officers to placing senior functional leaders in finance, marketing, exploration & production, human resources, information technology, operations, legal, and corporate/business development. His search work has principally been focused on senior level searches in the industrial, aerospace and defense, energy, and private investment sectors to include public and private companies as well as portfolio companies of private equity sponsors.
Tim joined Caldwell from Ray Partners, a successful executive search boutique he co-founded 15 years prior. Previously, he spent 10 years as a principal and consultant in the Energy, Industrial & Consumer Practice of Ray & Berndtson.
He began his career with Texas Commerce Bank’s commercial banking group (now JP Morgan Chase), where he provided credit, investment banking and depository solutions to corporate and energy clients in the Texas market.
Tim earned his BBA in finance from Texas Christian University.
“Professional and effective. I have dealt with two other prominent recruiting firms during my job search. Unlike those firms, Tim led the process, enabled communication, always followed up and took time to discuss details which helped me make a choice I am very excited about. Additionally, Tim took the time to act as mentor as we discussed other options I was considering.” – Aaron-Paul Camele
“Probably the best recruitment experience I have ever had. Tim was excellent. He is transparent and followed up regularly, which is always very important when you make life changing decisions.” – Senior Director, Resort Operations, Luxury wellness lifestyle brand
“The team knew exactly what to look for and didn’t give up until we got there. Along the way everybody was focused and responsive.” – Nick Scarsella, President & CEO, Crestview Aerospace