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RANKED BY FULL-TIME OREGON STAFF

RANK NAME ADDRESS/PHONE SENIOR EXECUTIVES
FT ORE. STAFF / ANN. REV. SPECIALTIES OFFICES ORE. / TOTAL
PORTLAND METRO CONTINUED
21 Aquent 620 S.W. Fifth Ave., Ste. 710
Portland 97204 503.797.6600
Joshua Rasler
Tifffany Jennings
10
ND
Marketing and creative services, communications and writing, web design and development 1
64
21 Arrive Staffing Resources, Inc. 815 S.W. Second Ave., Ste. 510
Portland 97204 503.227.2211
Lisa M. Neef
10
ND
Office support, accounting, HR and tech support, workforce dev., recruitment/ retention strategies for temporary, temp-to-hire and direct hire programs 1
1
21 ATSI Group 4522 S.W. Water Ave.
Portland 97239 503.684.9100
Gary Nashif
Matt Wilbur
10
ND
IT, research and development, engineering and sales and marketing; contract, contract-to-hire, and direct-hire placement services 1
1
21 Automated Technical Services 4522 S.W. Water Ave.
Portland 97239 503.684.9100
Gary Nashif
Matt Wilbur
10
ND
Technology staffing: direct hire, contract, contract –to-hire, information technology, engineering 1
1
21 Mainz Brady Group, Inc. 2701 N.W. Vaughn St., Ste. 456
Portland 97210 503.688.1900
Eric Brady
Richard Mainz
10
$6.9m
"Technology staffing firm specializing in research and development, IT, engineering, sales and marketing; contract, contract-to-hire and direct-hire placement services" 1
3
21 The Personnel Department 10250 S.W. Greenburg Rd., Ste. 116
Portland 97223 503.977.1400
Leslie Meingast
Marsha Trotter
10
ND
HR consultng firm; sustainability solutions, safety solutions, temporary staffing, payrolling, executive recruitment, and human resources management services 1
10
27 CSR PERSONNEL 538 S.W. Madison St.
Portland 97204 503.224.4556
Jacquie Bartow
Ashley Chambers
8
$3.5m
Full-service staffing agency recruiting and placing candidates in the light industrial, clerical, sales, account and technical arena; "WBE" state certified and family owned 1
1
28 AppleOne Employment Services 111 S.W. Fifth Ave., Ste, 1720
Portland 97204 503.279.8893
Michelle Best
7
ND
Direct hire and specialty recruitment for office staff, management, accounting, and medical professionals as well as office, professional, and accounting temporary needs 1
over 300
28 Emerald Staffing 101 S. State St., Ste. 210F
Lake Oswego 97304 503.941.4788
John Burton, Sr.
John Burton, Jr.
7
ND
Medical, admin., accounting, call center, sales, sales mgmt., IT, engineering, HR consulting, contract, contract-to-hire, direct placement, recruiting 1
1
28 Tri-Star Search & Staffing LLC 6960 S.W. Varns St.
Tigard 97223 503.481.0499
Rudi Bellinazzo
7
$1.3m
Recruiting and contract staffing services, specializing in finance and accounting, IT, engineering, office administration and sales/marketing positions 1
1
31 Accounting Connections 1839 N.W. 24th Ave.
Portland 97210 503.228.2335
Pamela Ake
Phil Ake
6
ND
Accounting, finance 1
1
31 Lexicon Staffing, Inc. 8905 S.W. Nimbus Ave., Ste. 270
Beaverton 97008 503.419.6373
Scott Thompson
Adam Tucker
6
$1.8m
Technology staffing firm specializing in IT and engineering placement services; provides contract, contract-to-hire, payroll and direct-hire services 1
1
31 Staffing Solutions LLC / K-Counsel 610 S.W. Broadway, Ste. 500
Portland 97205 503.295.9948
Zeta Rennie
Nicholas Martin
6
$3.1m
"Temporary, temp-to-hire, full-time placement in legal staffing, I.T. staffing, professional/creative services, and business services/clerical staffing" 1
1
34 Corporate Builders P.O. Box 362
Corbett 97019 503.223.4344
William C. Meysing
John Snyder
5
ND
Road, bridge and highway infrastrcture, wastewater facilities, commercial general contractors, retail/office building developers 2
2
34 Protingent Staffing 4660 N.E. Belknap Ct., Ste. 201D
Hillsboro 97124 503.726.3403
Dan Kirsch
5
ND
Engineers and other technology professionals, contract and direct hire 2
4
36 Chawn Peterson P.O. Box 23804
Tigard 97281 503.610.1009
Chawn Peterson
4
$1.0m
Accounting and finance, information technology, engineering, sales and marketing, and general office and administrative staffing 1
1
36 FILTER 720 N.W. Davis St., Ste. 410
Portland 97209 503.228.6892
Matt LeBlanc
4
ND
Connects companies with creative, marketing, and interactive talent; in addition to contract staffing and recruiting services, offers interactive project and production services 1
4
36 Sanford Rose Associates 15280 N.W. Central Dr., Ste. 211
Portland 97229 503.614.1861
Timothy W. Stiles
Jack D. Stiles
4
ND
Food processing industry: retained and contingency searches for operations management, engineering, quality, R&D, packaging, financial controllers, logistics, procurement and human resources 2
60
36 Synergy Seven, Inc. 4800 S.W. Meadows Road, #300
Lake Oswego 97035 503.534.3731
Jeff N. Russell, Sr.
Cay Cowie
4
ND
Information technology staffing services (contract placement, contract-to-hire and permanent placement) 1
2
36 Z-Tech Staffing, LLC 1122 N.E. 122nd Ave., Bldg. A-202
Portland 97230 503.251.8568
Christine Zinter, CEBS
Ivan D. Jones
4
$690,000
Technology staffing (temp, contract-to-hire, direct placement) with an emphasis on .Net development 1
1
41 Staffmark 17401 N.E. Halsey St.
Portland 97230 503.262.1807

3
$3.1m
Short- and long-term temporary, temporary-to-hire, direct hire, professional placement; services include: light industrial labor, administrative / clerical, accounting/finance, skilled trades, transportation and more 2
345
42 HR Extras 7672 S.W. Mohawk St.
Tualatin 97062 503.885.9875
Judy Clark
Kelley Wise
2
ND
Placing Human Resource Professionals on a temporary, temp-to-hire and direct hire basis including executive, managerial, supervisory, technical and non-exempt positions 1
1
42 The Douglas Reiter Company Inc. P.O. Box 947
Lake Oswego 97034 503.699.6916
Douglas Reiter
2
$2.0m
Executive search, interim executives, consultancy; practice limited to c-suite, boards of directors 1
1


 

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