Ok It’s time to address a problem that’s been haunting us for age, CVs full of baffling hieroglyphics and more columns than a Greek temple. Here is a guide to CV writing you need to read!
Navigating Handing in Your Notice can be a tricky situation. But it doesn’t have to be stressful.
In an ever-evolving world, the fire engineering industry stands at the forefront of safety and protection. Technology is also moving ahead in leaps and bounds, finding quicker and safer ways to do things. As can be seen in other sectors, technology is reshaping the Fire Engineering Industry. With the rapid advancement of technology, professionals must […]
Have you considered building your career in MEP design in the MENA Region but were not sure what to expect? Watch our webinar that talks to those living and working in the region
LinkedIn has revolutionised the way professionals connect, engage, and explore career opportunities. For Structural Engineers, this platform is a goldmine. The following are some LinkedIn tips for Structural Engineers to up their profile.
Are you a passive candidate? If you’re not ready to actively start a search for a new job, making sure you hear about interesting opportunities is still a good idea. Here we share how.
When it comes to advance your career, it can be tempting to engage with multiple recruiters. However this can actually be counterproductive and undermine the quality of your job search, so finding the right recruitment partnership is vital.
How Technology is Changing the Game in Construction. BIM, Revit and emerging tech will bring more innovation to the industry.
Weaknesses Interview Question: Choose a weakness that is relatively small and can be fixed with a little bit of work · Make sure the weakness is ‘acceptable’ for the role you are interviewing.
Why We Work Exclusively With Candidates: Find an agency that will go above and beyond, by finding out what YOU want and not just thinking of their commission.
How do you write a great contractor’s CV? Traditional CVs for permanent roles tend to follow a conventional format. A Contractor’s CV however, isn’t always able to follow the same format
There is quite usually a slow down over Christmas when it comes to job search – with many companies waiting until the new year to either start a search or progress one. Which means its a great opportunity to shake off the cobwebs and update your CV with your most recent experience.
With the well documented candidate and skills shortage – are you struggling to find the right talent? Consider fully remote contract staff.
Here are the Top five questions asked at interview by the majority of Interviewers, especially in a first interview.
Are you worried your mind will go blank when asked “have you got any questions?” Here are some common questions that interviewers ask at an interview and how to answer them that will help you determine whether the job is for you.
The benefits of being a contractor are many and include work/life balance, more money and flexibility. But is it right for you?
What’s happening with IR35 reforms? Last Friday’s ‘mini-Budget’ included controversial IR35 reform for 2023.
Managing Consultant Dominic Horne provides significant insight into his experience as a Project and Design Engineer.
What do you know about IR35? Does it apply to your contract? A concise guide to IR35.
Having the January Blues could be a sign that your technical career is stagnating. But before you start looking for a new job read this post to explore the key signs that your career has hit a dead end.