Dorigan + Associates is a national and global Executive Job Search and Recruiting Firm. We match talented Job Seekers to  employers in our niche markets: the Food Processing Industry and the Emerging Tech and Software Industry.  While our clients and job seekers are primarily located in California, Oregon and Washington we serve these industries nationally and globally. Whether you’re employer or job seeker Dorigan + Associates can help.  The Job Listings Board includes positions for vice presidents, executives, engineers, supervisors, directors and more! 

Chat Live with an Executive Recruiter Today: Call 503-635-8565.

Executive Recruiter | Food Industry | Tech and Software Industry

Food Industry Employment | California, Washington, Oregon

For Employers at Food Industry Companies

Our Food Processing and Food Manufacturing Clients range from large publicly traded corporations to midsize and venture funded organizations. Dorigan + Assoc., Executive Recruiters, help you fill your employment needs with pre-screened and highly qualified talent, saving you time and money. Read More.

Job Listings | California | Oregon | Washington

Current Job Listings

Looking for a job? Interested in working in the Food Processing, Food Manufacturing, Emerging Software or Technology Industries? You’ve come to the right place!  Dorigan + Assoc. offers you:

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Tech and Software Industry Employment | California, Washington, Oregon

For Employers at Tech and Software Companies

Our Software Industry Clients range from large publicly traded corporations to midsize and venture funded organizations. Dorigan + Assoc., Executive Recruiters, help you fill your employment needs with pre-screened and highly qualified talent, saving you time and money. Read More.

Dorigan + Associates stay current on Food Industry and Emerging Software Industry trends. We know that being informed about current events, trends and news regarding these fields best serves our Clients’ and Job Seekers’ needs. Resources such as Food Processing Magazine and ADT.com address issues such as which companies are growing? Which ones are on the cutting edge of new technology and/or products?  What struggles are their industries having currently? What are the current revenue and employment growth trends? What are the projections for future growth? What are the food processing and software industries investment strategies? How is the national and global economy affecting them? What does the job market competition look like? These are important issues for an Executive Recruiter to know. They are directly relevant to the needs of hiring companies and those seeking to fulfill top level positions.

Chat Live with an Executive Recruiter: Call 503-635-8565.

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Are you over-sharing your political views?

Who will lead our county in the not-too-distant future is a hot topic. Maybe too hot!

Politics are a divisive topic, especially these days with partisanship at an all-time high. Thus, when engaging in political workplace […]

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Need superstar attracting job descriptions?

Need superstar attracting job descriptions?

Writing a job description is not a core competency most hiring managers possess. Typically job descriptions are created with little forethought and as quickly as possible. Understandable, given today’s fast-paced work environment, but the consequences are painful.  […]

  • Are You Afraid to Deal with Workplace Conflict?

Are You Afraid to Deal with Workplace Conflict?

Are You Afraid to Deal with Workplace Conflict?

Did you know the typical manager spends 25-40% of their time dealing with workplace conflict? That’s up to two days a week of manager’s time, according to a Washington Business Journal report.

When this insidious productivity killer runs amok, its sneaky, underlying destructiveness can be as carefully hidden as “Game of Thrones” backroom machinations.  Typically, by the time workplace conflict is observed and addressed, too late – if it’s ever addressed at all.

Conflict is not always bad; sometimes it’s […]

  • What are your compensation expectations.

What Are Your Salary Expectations?

Interviewing? What are your salary expectations.
Interviewing?  Get the Salary You Deserve. 
The interview’s just about over.  You’ve done well, you think.  Your heartbeat’s slowly returning to normal.  Your interviewer’s glanced at their watch, and is packing up their notes.  You follow their cue.

They pause, cock their head, look you straight in the eye while at the same time feigning a casual approach.  You know what’s coming next.  It’s that dreaded, seemingly innocent but in reality often a final make-or-break question.…

“What are your salary expectations for this job?” […]

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Executive Recruiter specializing in the Food Industry + Tech and Software Industry

Dorigan + Associates | Executive Recruiter | Food Industry | Tech and Software Industry