We are offering our PRO BONO recruiting services to manufacturers producing medical supplies & equipment to support the emergency provisions of The Defense Production Act.
The QualiFind Group is offering our recruiting services at NO COST to any manufacturing organization in the US or Mexico that is producing medical supplies and/or equipment to combat the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
President Trump has invoked the Defense Production Act which is a wartime authority that allows the President to direct domestic manufacturing industries to produce equipment and supplies to confront the rapidly growing crisis.
Some of the more immediate concerns have been over a lack of masks, medical gloves, ventilators, respirators, diagnostic test kits and hospital beds. We have 21+ years of experience in supporting the talent acquisition needs of manufacturers in the US and Mexico producing medical device, supplies and healthcare products and we hope to leverage our experience and resources to contribute to combating the spread of this pandemic.
Our recruiting team is standing by to provide recruitment and assessment support for any professional, technical or specialist roles needing to be filled by relevant manufacturing organizations.
Our sister firm - The ExeQfind Group is also offering executive search and recruitment support for mid-management to executive level roles for related organizations.
WE WANT TO HELP! To initiate a request for our support, please reach out to the appropriate contact as follows:
PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL & SPECIALIST RECRUITMENT
Carlos Acosta, Senior Managing Partner
The QualiFind Group (San Diego)
MID-MANAGEMENT TO EXECUTIVE SEARCH & RECRUITMENT
Warren Carter, Senior Managing Partner
The ExeQfind Group (Atlanta)
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