ON Search Partners Adds Partner In Boston

May 26, 2015 – ON Search Partners has added Leonard Vairo to its recently established Boston office as a partner. With 20 years of executive recruiting experience, Mr. Vairo’s practice focuses on the technology and business services industry across CEO, board of director and senior-level executive search assignments. He joins the firm from Russell Reynolds Associates where he was a partner for 10 years. Prior to that, he served as a managing director at Christian & Timbers, the predecessor firm of top 10-ranked CTPartners.

“Lenny’s expertise and track record boosts the firm’s reach and already superior level of expertise in the technology industry,” said Brad Westveld, partner and co-founder. “His commitment to client satisfaction and building long-term partnerships is in-line with ON Search Partners’ values and culture. He’s a welcome addition to our team.”

ON Search Partners is a global executive search firm that recruits C-suite, board and senior executive talent for growth companies, particularly in the technology, life sciences, industrial, cleantech and financial services sectors.

The firm has offices across the U.S. in Silicon Valley; Dallas; Minneapolis; Portland, OR; Cleveland and the Baltimore/Washington, D.C., areas.

Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media

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5 years ago

This is another example of a pure sales driven search firm, with Partners that take pride in boasting of being $1M/year billers, while forgetting to tell their clients that the associates doing much of the work are generally carrying 4-6 (or more) assignments, and with many of them having virtually no applicable real world experience to really understand the very roles that they are recruiting for. It’s this kind of approach that drives clients to decide to bring search in-house, and to commoditize the value of external search.

5 years ago

How funny that CTPartners is in talks to be acquired by DHR, while this firm slowly becomes a smaller version of CTP.