Management Recruiters of Santa Ana
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In 1999 we took an early retirement as the Long Beach product lines were phased out and opened our business of executive recruitment.
Management Recruiters of Santa Ana is an integral part of the MRINetwork, the world's largest search and recruitment organization, with more than 1000 offices, over 4,000 search professionals in 35 countries and annual billings of over $570 million.
Established in 1965, MRI completes 34,000 placements annually through specialized offices. The MRINetwork offers search and recruitment services in 35 countries around the world. The MRINetwork also offers a complete portfolio of services, including flexible staffing, project outsourcing, compatibility assessment and relocation services. MRI is a subsidiary of Philadelphia-based CDI Corp. (NYSE: CDI). CDI increases the productivity and competitiveness of its Fortune 1000 customer base through customized technical, information technology, professional and administrative staffing and outsourcing solutions. CDI has more than 50 years in the industry with revenues in excess of $1 billion.
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Commitment to Excellence
MR of Santa Ana's commitment to excellence assures that you have the opportunity to consider the broadest possible range of qualified candidates.
Founder Raymond M Burch, an executive with a diverse background in engineering and operations, was an integral part of both McDonnell Douglas and Boeing commercial aircraft divisions in Long Beach. He held Director level positions in Engineering and Quality Assurance before electing to start his own business.
Educated and trained as an engineer in England he worked for English Electric Aviation and CDI (Southall) as a Design Engineer before moving to the USA in 1967. He then worked as an Engineer in Structural Design and later in Stress and Fatigue Analysis at Boeing, Douglas Aircraft Co, North American Rockwell and Northrop before returning to McDonnell Douglas where he attained General Manager status in Engineering. After the merger with Boeing he moved into Quality Assurance as Director of Quality.
In 1999 he then took an early retirement as the Long Beach product lines were phased out and opened his business of executive recruitment, specializing in an industry that he had worked for over 30 years.