Clearview Group, one of the nation’s fastest growing accounting and management consulting firms, known for its transparency and people-first approach, is excited to announce that Craig Kile has joined the company as Director of Human Resources.
“We are extremely excited to have Craig join our team.” said CEO, Brian Davis. “Craig is someone that has worked with Clearview in a consulting capacity for our clients in the past year and, over the last few months, assisted with our internal needs as well. It was clear to everyone in management that Craig is a consummate professional and understands the business needs of our Firm. With the rapid pace that we continue to grow, the right business partner in this role is critical and Craig’s 20-plus years of HR and leadership experience, as well as his enthusiasm for being a part of Clearview’s culture, makes us excited to have him onboard. Whenever you get a chance to show the market you want to rely on the same resources you’re providing to them, you’re really putting your money where your mouth is and we love to do that.”
As Director of Human Resources, Craig is responsible for Clearview’s HR programs, policies, and processes while advocating for positive employee relations and best practices in support of organizational growth and initiatives. In addition, Craig also manages Clearview’s HR Consulting practice and works closely with Clearview’s clients to fulfill their HR service needs.
“I am excited to be a part of Clearview because its culture is built on honesty, loyalty, and a genuine focus on its people.” said Craig Kile. “It’s an honor to be part of the team driving Clearview’s continued growth and recognition in the community as a preferred employer.”
Craig brings over 20 years of human resources experience to Clearview Group. He most recently served as an HR Consultant in the healthcare field. Craig has a solid background of building the human resources function for both small and large organizations and for balancing organizational demands and needs with those of its human capital. Craig has a Bachelor of Science in Human Resources Management from University of Maryland University College. He has also completed coursework in Social Work, Sociology, and Psychology.