Our approach is different for a reason: you are working to become an expert in your field. To respect your dedication, our sites are built to equip you with the insights and connections to make the most of your career.
We strive to only show professionals the right opportunities and companies the right talent to make recruiting more efficient.
We are organizing the world’s talent by compiling the most current data in the most searchable fashion.
By unlocking our data and applying our expertise, we allow companies and professionals to make the best decisions about their careers and their workforces
Today, we apply these principles to six specialties: technology and security cleared professionals, as well as the financial services, energy, healthcare and hospitality industries.
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Bryan Bassett founded Health eCareers in 1992 and recently returned by joining the Company, as Managing Director in January 2014, to lead the business after an eight year hiatus. Mr. Bassett is responsible for the strategic direction and results of the healthcare segment, including the partnership model he pioneered with more than 100 leading medical associations. During Mr. Bassett’s hiatus, Bryan was a Senior Advisor and Executive In Residence at Adelphi Capital, a middle market merchant bank. The original inspiration for Health eCareers came from Bryan’s role as Regional Director at Jackson & Coker, which introduced the executive search model for physician recruitment. Earlier in his career, Bryan was a National Account Manager for Maxicare Health Plans and Director of Retail Operations for PharmEase. Mr. Bassett graduated with a degree in Journalism and Advertising from Northern Arizona University.
James Bennett is the Managing Director of Global Industry Group, leading eFinancialCareers, Rigzone, Hcareers and BioSpace. After joining the eFinancialCareers as COO in 2004, Mr. Bennett was named Managing Director for EMEA in January 2006, assumed responsibility for the Asia-Pacific region from January 2008 and North America from January 2010. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Bennett was CTO of Virgin Wines (part of the Virgin group), Operations Director at Thestreet.co.uk, and Ecommerce Manager at UBS. Mr. Bennett holds a BA in Accounting and Finance from the University of the West of England and a Post Graduate Diploma in Law from The College of Law.
John Benson is the Chief Strategy Officer of DHI Group, Inc. and focuses on the overall strategic direction of the Company, new areas of growth and the prioritizing of resources for new initiatives. Prior to his current role, Mr. Benson was the Managing Director of Dice International, where he was responsible for developing new business opportunities outside the U.S. Mr. Benson joined when the Company acquired the eFinancialGroup in October 2006. As a founder of eFinancialCareers in 2000 and its CEO until 2010, Mr. Benson developed the leading global career site network for financial services. He has over 20 years' experience in the publishing and finance industries and worked in the United Kingdom, Asia and the United States. Mr. Benson holds an M.A. from Edinburgh University in Scotland.
Pam Bilash has been the Senior Vice President of Human Resources since January 2014, having joined the Company through its acquisition of onTargetjobs where she led the Human Resources team as Executive Vice President. Ms. Bilash brings the Company more than 25 years’ experience in talent management and in the information industry. Prior to joining onTargetjobs in 2009, Ms. Bilash worked for Thomson Reuters in roles of increasing responsibility, culminating as Senior Vice President of Human Resources for the healthcare group and serving on their Human Resources leadership team, in addition to her executive duties. Ms. Bilash is a graduate of the University of Hartford.
Brian P. Campbell has been Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of DHI Group, Inc., formerly known as Dice Holdings, Inc., since January 2000 and has been Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs since June 2003. Mr. Campbell is responsible for managing legal affairs, including intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, strategic alliances, corporate securities, real estate, litigation and employment law, as well as supervising outside counsel. Mr. Campbell also oversees our privacy initiatives. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Campbell served as Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at CMP Media, where he worked since 1995. From 1988 to 1995, Mr. Campbell worked as a Corporate Associate at the law firm of Mudge, Rose, Guthrie, Alexander and Ferdon. Mr. Campbell is the President of the greater New York chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel, where he has served on the Board of Directors for three years and has been a member for over twenty years. He earned a J.D. from St. John’s University School of Law and a B.A. from the University of Virginia.
Michael P. Durney has been President and Chief Executive Officer, as well as a director of DHI Group, Inc., formerly known as Dice Holdings, Inc., since September 2013. Mr. Durney joined the Company in May 2000 as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer and held that position, as well as other operating roles until he became President and CEO. Previously, Mr. Durney had strategic and operational leadership responsibility for all of our industry-focused services, including eFinancialCareers, HealthCallings and Rigzone, the latter he led since the acquisitions of our oil and gas brands in 2010. Prior to joining the Company, he held the position of Vice President and Controller of USA Networks, Inc. (now known as IAC/InterActiveCorp.) from 1998 to 2000. Mr. Durney’s previous experience includes being the Chief Financial Officer of Newport Media, Inc. from 1996 to 1998, Executive Vice President, Finance of Hallmark Entertainment, Inc. from 1994 to 1996 and Vice President, Controller of Univision Television Group, Inc. from 1989 to 1994. Mr. Durney started his finance career at the accounting firm of Arthur Young & Company in 1983 and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in the state of New York. Mr. Durney holds a B.S. degree in Accounting from the State University of New York in Oswego, where he is the Chair of the Advisory Council of the School of Business and Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the College Foundation.
Shravan Goli is the President of Brightmatter Group focused on next generation sourcing and recruitment products, marketing and data solutions. Mr. Goli joined the Company as President of Dice in March 2013. An internet and media veteran, he was previously responsible for executing the growth strategy for Dice, Dice International, ClearanceJobs and the Slashdot Media brands.
Before joining the Company, Mr. Goli served as Chief Executive Officer of Dictionary.com which he joined in late 2009 as President, where he sparked impressive growth through product innovation, increasing engagement and uncovering additional revenue opportunities. Earlier in 2009, Mr. Goli was GM for Social Media Business at Slide, Inc. and at Yahoo!, Mr. Goli served as GM for Yahoo! Video and as Head of Products for Yahoo! Finance from 2005 to 2009. Earlier in his career, Mr. Goli was at Microsoft from 1995 to 2005, where he started out as an early member of the MSN.com team and led the launch of several MSN services and subsequently held roles of increasing responsibility in the home and entertainment division and the business solutions group. In addition, Mr. Goli was a co-founder of Corners.in, a content-centric social networking service. Mr. Goli holds an M.B.A. from the University of Washington and an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland.
Evan H. Lesser is the Founder and Managing Director of ClearanceJobs, the leading Internet-based career network dedicated to security-cleared professionals and employers. Since the launch of ClearanceJobs in 2002, Mr. Lesser has been a principal source of information, insights, data, and unique analysis on the defense, homeland security, and intelligence industries. For ClearanceJobs, his commitment to continuous innovation saw creation of The Cleared Network, the only online platform dedicated to secure networking between cleared professionals and employers.
Before founding ClearanceJobs, Mr. Lesser managed technical projects with CACI for the U.S. Navy's Science and Technology directorate at the Pentagon, and for the Joint Technology Panel on Electronic Warfare. Previously, he worked for Boeing on its Reserve Component Automation System program for the U.S. Army in metro Washington, DC.
Positions with the U.S. Department of Defense and its contractors, coupled with a broad information technology background in software development and training gave Mr. Lesser the knowledge and experience necessary to launch ClearanceJobs.com and its former parent company, Immedia Technology Group, Inc. Mr. Lesser has a degree in Philosophy from the University of Georgia in Athens, and lives and works in the Atlanta metropolitan area.
Bob Melk serves as the President of Dice, overseeing the growth strategy, product, marketing and sales of the company. Mr. Melk joined DHI in November 2014 as the President of Rigzone at which time he was responsible for leading the strategic direction of Rigzone and providing leadership across the Company’s energy vertical. Mr. Melk’s career spans from sales and marketing to product development. Prior to joining the company, he held the position of President of IDG Consumer & SMB, where he led the evolution of the business into a premium media company, overseeing the company’s websites, mobile applications and events. Earlier in his career, he was the SVP, Group Publisher and CMO of IDG Enterprise. He earned his B.A. in broadcasting from State University of New York College at Oswego.
Constance Melrose is Vice President, Corporate Development, of DHI Group, Inc. Most recently, she was Managing Director at the Company’s eFinancialCareers service with operating responsibility for North America since January 2010, and Vice President, Treasury for DHI Group, Inc. since 2003. Having joined the Company in 1999, Ms. Melrose previously led the strategic planning function and, earlier, investor relations. Ms. Melrose has over 20 years combined experience in our industry and the securities industry, encompassing corporate development, corporate finance, strategy, operations and investor relations, including nine years at Merrill Lynch. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Princeton University and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School.
Brendan Metrano joined DHI Group as Vice President of Investor Relations in August 2016, and is responsible for developing, implementing, and leading the investor relations strategy for the Company. Mr. Metrano has extensive capital markets experience, including over 10 years in equity research covering the media, internet, and consumer staples sectors. Brendan came to DHI Group from Evercore Partners where he was a Director in the Equity Research Department, and he previously held positons with Wells Fargo, Bank of America Securities, Lehman Brothers, and Fidelity Investments. Mr. Metrano holds a M.B.A from Columbia University and a B.S. from Bentley University, and is a CFA Charterholder.
Klavs Miller brings more than 20 years of technology and management experience to his role as Chief Technology Officer of DHI Group, Inc. Miller started out as a software engineer in the early 1990s, followed by various technical and management positions with international ERP company, Baan. Since then he has held a number of senior management positions with various technology and software companies, such as InfoNow, Vericept, Quark, and onTargetjobs. Miller led the delivery and operations of a diverse set of technology solutions, ranging from shrink-wrapped software to cloud-based Software-as-a-Service.
Miller joined DHI Group, Inc. in November 2013 through their acquisition of onTargetjobs where he had been in the role of CIO since 2011. He now oversees DHI Group, Inc.’s technology-related functions, including enterprise R&D, operations, support and infrastructure. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Vestjysk Teknikum, Denmark.
Greg Schippers has been Vice President of Finance and Controller since joining the Company in April 2014. He has responsibility for the Company's finance and accounting staff, including tax. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Schippers was Vice President of Finance of the Jacobson Companies, a top five provider of supply chain management and third party logistics services in the United States. Mr. Schippers started his career at KPMG LLP (2 years) and then to Deloitte LLP (10 years) where he served clients in the Des Moines, Iowa, Northern California, and Luxembourg markets. He graduated from the University of Iowa with a B.B.A. degree in Accounting.
Data. Insights. Opportunity.
The DHI-DFH Mean Vacancy Duration Measure was 27.4 working days in November, up from 27.9 in October.
The DHI-DFH Recruiting Intensity Index remained unchanged at 1.01 in November.
DICE (originally named Data Processing Independent Consultants Exchange) begins operations in the San Francisco Bay area. We are available only to technical contractors and recruiting, staffing and consulting firms.
We transition to the World Wide Web and adopt the Dice.com URL.
We open the career site to direct hiring companies while continuing to serve the recruiting and staffing industry.
We are acquired by EarthWeb, a publicly traded firm in New York City.
The parent company changes its name to Dice Inc., reflecting the importance of the Dice business to the company.
In April, Scot Melland joins the company as President and CEO.
We complete financial restructuring and go private.
In September, we acquire ClearanceJobs.
In January, we acquire Targeted Job Fairs.
In August, we are acquired by Dice Holdings, Inc., which is owned equally by General Atlantic LLC and Quadrangle LLC, private equity firms in New York City.
In October, we acquire eFinancialCareers through the purchase of eFinancialGroup Limited.
In July, we complete initial public offering and our stock begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol DHX.
In June, we acquire AllHealthcareJobs.
In May, we acquire WorldwideWorker.
In August, we acquire Rigzone.
In August, our Board of Directors authorizes our first stock repurchase plan.
In January, WorldwideWorker and Rigzone are combined into one service under the Rigzone brand.
In September, we acquire Geeknet's online media business, including Slashdot, SourceForge and Freecode.
In October, we acquire all of the issued and outstanding shares of WorkDigital Limited, a technology company focused on the recruitment industry.
In July, we acquire outstanding shares of Jobboard Enterprises Limited, the corporate entity of UK-based The IT Job Board®.
In September, Michael Durney is promoted to President and CEO.
In November, we acquire onTargetjobs®, including HEALTHeCAREERSTM, Hcareers® and Biospace®.
In March, we acquire OilCareers.
In March, OilCareers and Rigzone are combined into one service under the Rigzone brand.
The parent company changes its name to DHI Group, Inc. (“DHI”), representing the evolution of the Company into a diverse portfolio of specialized websites and services that serve targeted constituents and are unified under one corporate umbrella.
In January, we sell Slashdot and SourceForge (together referred to as “Slashdot Media”).