Reliant Search, Inc. is a boutique recruiting and staffing firm specializing in the temporary and direct-hire placement of professionals at all levels of Accounting, Finance, and Administrative/Clerical Support. The company is an Oregon Certified Women's Business Enterprise #4137 and named as a Top 50 Woman-Owned Business and Top Staffing Firm by the Portland Business Journal.
Reliant Search, Inc. works heavily by referral to identify unique candidates. We believe great candidates are generally found through personal connections. The firm attracts and retains quality consultants by offering benefits like comprehensive health insurance. Despite having these value-added programs for consultants, the company's billing rates strongly compete with industry standards. Clients can expect both quality and value, we stand behind our work by guaranteeing our direct-hire placements.
For more information on Reliant Search, Inc., please visit their website at http://www.reliantsearch.com or contact their office at 503-688-6012.
Temporary Staffing and Direct Hire Permanent Placement for all levels of Accounting, Finance, Administrative/Office Clerical
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