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.
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Leading Academic Institutions: San Francisco is home to prestigious academic institutions, such as the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Stanford University, and the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3). These institutions provide a strong foundation for research and development in the life sciences.
Research and Development: The Bay Area boasts numerous research institutes, laboratories, and medical centers that conduct cutting-edge research in life sciences. UCSF, in particular, has a long-standing reputation for its contributions to biomedical research, including breakthrough discoveries in areas such as genetics, immunology, and neurology.
Industry Presence: Many prominent life sciences companies have established a significant presence in the San Francisco Bay Area. These include biotechnology giants like Genentech, Amgen, and Gilead Sciences, as well as pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer, Novartis, and Johnson & Johnson. The presence of these industry leaders fosters a culture of innovation and attracts talent to the region.
Venture Capital and Funding: San Francisco attracts substantial venture capital investment in the life sciences sector. Venture capital firms in the Bay Area actively support early-stage biotech startups, providing them with the necessary funding to develop their technologies and bring new therapies to market.
Collaborative Culture: The region's collaborative ecosystem encourages knowledge sharing and networking among scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs, and investors. Numerous conferences, seminars, and networking events take place in San Francisco, facilitating collaborations and partnerships within the life sciences community.
Regulatory Environment: California has implemented progressive policies and regulations that support the life sciences industry, such as streamlined regulatory pathways for drug development and innovative therapies. These favorable regulations make it easier for companies to navigate the complex regulatory landscape.
Talent Pool: The San Francisco Bay Area attracts a diverse and highly skilled talent pool, including scientists, engineers, and business professionals. The presence of renowned academic institutions and a strong research environment ensures a steady supply of talent for the life sciences industry.
Infrastructure and Support Services: San Francisco offers state-of-the-art infrastructure, including research facilities, incubators, and specialized laboratories that cater to the needs of life sciences companies. Additionally, the city provides a range of professional services, such as legal, accounting, and consulting support, that are essential for startups and established companies alike.
Overall, San Francisco's robust ecosystem, combined with its concentration of academic institutions, industry leaders, funding opportunities, and collaborative culture, has propelled it to the forefront of the life sciences sector. The city continues to foster innovation, attract investment, and advance breakthrough discoveries, solidifying its position as a thriving hub for life sciences.