Ccentric Group is a leading international executive search firm that focuses on the healthcare, academic and life science sectors.

We focus exclusively on industry sectors which improve the quality of life for people and communities, globally:


As a leader in healthcare executive search, we remain at the forefront of global healthcare trends, and provide insights into the changing needs of the industry.


We work with some of the world’s leading research organisations and education institutions. We search for senior academic talent across the globe.


Life Sciences is a key area of the healthcare industry, where technology and continual innovation is helping to improve the quality of healthcare outcomes.

Ccentric Group has three divisions:

Ccentric is our specialist division for national and international executive search. We focus on executive and senior leadership roles.

CcSelection uses the same research-based, high-quality executive search approach used by Ccentric to target mid-level management and professional roles.

CcInterim provides interim management and locum services, from Executive and Clinical Leaders to Middle Managers and Specialist Professionals.



Ccentric Diversity Survey

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Diversity Survey Diversity is fundamental to excellent performance in all organisations, especially those in the education, not-for-profit sector, and healthcare…
Whos Moving

Who’s Moving January 2018

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Who’s Moving (January 2018) tracks who has moved careers in the healthcare, academic and life sciences sectors globally. Adjunct Associate…
Wayne Bruce

Wayne Bruce presents at LASA conference

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Ccentric Managing Director, Wayne Bruce, recently presented at this year’s annual Leading Aged Services Australia (LASA) conference on the Gold…
australian public and private hospitals

Quality of care-changing landscape in the Australian Public and Private hospitals

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With Australia spending approximately 9.7% of its GDP on health care in 2016 (Source: OECD), Australia’s health-care system relies on…