Positive signs of expansion as major organisations recruit engineers

The National Engineering & Construction Recruitment Exhibition
Hall 11, The NEC, Birmingham, 29 & 30 November 2013
11am – 4pm

Positive indications about the buoyancy of the engineering sector have come from the recruitment policies of major industry organisations.

GE Energy, Jaguar Land Rover, Network Rail and Rolls Royce will be among renowned organisations taking on new staff at The National Engineering & Construction Recruitment Exhibition (NECR) taking place on Friday 29 November and Saturday 30 November 2013 at The NEC Birmingham.

Together with Contact Singapore, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Denso, Assystem, James Walker, PeraSpires and others who will also be there to recruit experienced engineers as well as recent graduates, they indicate that a wide range of organisations covering many areas of engineering are investing in extra skilled staff.

The NECR is ideal both for those who are keen to start their careers as well as those looking for the next step on the upward ladder in both the engineering and construction sectors.

As well as exciting job vacancies, visitors will also find valuable free assistance at the Careers Advice & Interview Clinic, the CV Consultation Clinic, Presentations and the Professional Development Hub.

The Professional Development Hub is open to all visitors, giving them the chance to meet representatives from major engineering industry institutions and discover how they might help with Continuous Professional Development*. It is a popular element during the exhibition and provides valuable advice on professional registration and personal career development.

The Women in Engineering Forum, supported by the Women’s Engineering Society (WES), takes place within the event on 29 November. It provides a superb networking opportunity for women at all stages of their careers, allowing them to share experiences, make new contacts and hear about exciting new vacancies. Places are reserved on a first come, first served basis, so arrive early to avoid disappointment.

For university students, the Engineering Challenge gives teams of students from universities across the country the chance to compete against each other to design, build and test their inventions in a challenging task to win a prize of £500**. Watching the teams in action is both educational and entertaining! To enter a team please email necr(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)vmgl.com.

John Hancock, Managing Director of Venture Marketing Group, which organises The National Engineering & Construction Recruitment Exhibition, commented:

”To see that these prestigious organisations are recruiting again is uplifting for the many professionals and recent graduates who looking for opportunities and helps to create a positive mood in the industry.

“With hundreds of exciting jobs available and all the essential advice on hand, this is an event not to be missed by ambitious job hunters.”

A full list of recruiters, further information on features and details on parking and travel subsidies** for full time students are available at www.engineerjobs.co.uk.

The National Engineering & Construction Recruitment Exhibition is held in association with the Daily and Sunday Telegraph.

*The institutions include: the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE); the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IoM3); the Society of Operations Engineers (SOE); the Welding Institute (TWI); the Society of Environmental Engineers (SEE), the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) and the Institution of Engineering Designers (IED).

**Terms and conditions apply. Visit www.engineerjobs.co.uk for further details.