What is 'Partner Plus'?
The Partner Plus recruitment model is a service line that sits in between the standardised contingent offering and the traditional retained search model
What industries and sectors does 'PartnerPlus' cover?
Partner Plus operates within a wide range of industries and sectors such as Filtration, Energy and Non-Wovens, offering an unrivalled service to market leaders;
What are the benefits of 'PartnerPlus' to our clients?
100% Job fill ratio
Failsafe Fee structure, all guaranteed
Dedicated subject matter experts in Filtration and Nonwoven
Focus on Cultural and Organisation Fit
Passive talent pool Management
Faster time to hire
Guaranteed Shortlists within 7-10 days
Mutually collaborative consultative approach
Is very much growth Industry, protecting and making better what matters. The quality of the air we breathe, the water we drink, the buildings we work in, the cars we drive, the hospitals we use and schools our children attend. Filtration solutions are making the world a safer place. The Partner Plus team are proud to have supported both start-up and established corporate clients in realising their strategies by providing our expertise in key areas such as Operations, Production, Sales, Research and Development.
Closely related to Filtration and has synergies in many industries including Healthcare, Beauty Care, Medical devices, Critical Cleaning, Consumer wipes and ‘high-performance’ Materials. The Innovation process is constant within this industry and our main areas of support surround Business Development/Sales, Product Development and Commercial Development.
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Sales and Business Development
Sales jobs are a great opportunity for individuals who enjoy interacting with people and are driven to achieve their goals. Whether you are just starting your career or are looking for a new challenge, Orion Group's PartnerPlus have plenty of sales job opportunities available in a variety of industries and locations
Contact Orion Group today and learn more about ‘PartnerPlus’ and what we can do to help attract the right permanent placement to your organisation.
Dublin, Ireland has become a thriving hub for the life sciences industry due to several key factors:
Highly Skilled Workforce: Dublin boasts a highly educated and skilled workforce, with a strong emphasis on science and technology education. The city is home to prestigious universities such as Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin, which produce a steady stream of talented graduates in life sciences and related fields.
Research and Development (R&D) Infrastructure: Dublin has established itself as a leading center for life sciences research and development. The city is home to numerous research institutions, including the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Science Foundation Ireland, and several dedicated research centers. This infrastructure facilitates collaboration between academia, industry, and government, fostering innovation and driving advancements in the life sciences sector.
Access to Funding: Ireland's supportive business environment and access to funding make Dublin an attractive location for life sciences companies. The Irish government has implemented various initiatives to encourage research and development, such as tax incentives, grants, and funding programs specifically targeted at the life sciences sector. Additionally, Dublin benefits from the presence of venture capital firms and investment funds focused on life sciences.
Cluster Effect: Dublin benefits from a cluster effect, with a concentration of life sciences companies and related organizations in close proximity. This clustering encourages knowledge sharing, collaboration, and networking opportunities, which can lead to increased innovation and business growth. Being part of a vibrant ecosystem can also attract top talent and create a supportive environment for startups.
Regulatory Environment: Ireland's regulatory framework for the life sciences industry is well-established and aligned with international standards. The country's membership in the European Union provides access to a large market, and companies based in Dublin can benefit from the European Medicines Agency's presence in nearby London. This favorable regulatory environment contributes to Dublin's attractiveness as a base for life sciences companies.
Quality of Life: Dublin offers a high quality of life, which is an important factor for attracting and retaining talent in the life sciences sector. The city has a vibrant cultural scene, excellent healthcare facilities, and a strong sense of community. Dublin's cosmopolitan atmosphere and proximity to beautiful natural landscapes also make it an appealing place to live and work.
The combination of a skilled workforce, research infrastructure, funding opportunities, clustering effect, favorable regulatory environment, and quality of life make Dublin an ideal location for life sciences companies and professionals.