Hess Associates

Testimonials

Hess Associates was very helpful in filling a number of senior managerial positions. They understood our needs, provided great value, and saved us considerable time by sourcing qualified people who were able to move our business forward.

Linda M., VP and General Manager


Hess Associates was extremely helpful in my job search. They identified the perfect job for me, provided in depth information about the job and the company, and led me step by step through the whole process. They are the best!

James Z., Toronto


Over the last 15 years I have had the pleasure of working with Herbert regarding various Senior Project Management roles. He identified a long term opportunity for me and discussed details of the firm and gave me a deep understanding of the client’s needs and expectations. It worked out extremely well as the customer relationship was extended several times over a span of 5 years and I still maintain a great relationship with this organization to this day. I would consider Herbert a trusted business colleague and friend. Herbert has always been there when I’m looking for that next opportunity. I would highly recommend Herbert to anyone looking for great contract or full-time opportunities.

James A., Senior Project Management Consultant


Herbert and Paula helped us source key technical people. They were responsive, professional, innovative, energetic, and always a phone call or an email away. Keen understanding of the business and the industry, interested in what we were accomplishing.

Brenda B., Director, Human Resources


Herbert and Hess Associates were totally instrumental in finding me my ideal job in Biotech IT and helping me go through the hiring processes successfully. From resume suggestions, pre-interview coaching and follow up they were exceptional. They are personal, professional and have a wealth of experience and I highly recommend them

Al H., Toronto


Paula and Herbert at Hess Associates were totally instrumental in helping me ‘land’ an amazing biotechnology position with a successful, leading Canadian RnD company. As previous scientists, they thoroughly understood my background and my work and how they related to the position. They critiqued my resume, and guided me through the application, interview, and offer presentation stages of the process. We are still in touch.

M.C., Toronto

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