Finding your first technical job can be tough. With so many graduates chasing down the same opportunities you need to find ways to stand out from the crowd. Read our post to find out how.
If you’ve got great potential but lack experience you can still stand out from other candidates by focusing on the positives! Read this post for advice on how to highlight your ability and potential when looking for a new job.
As promised here are our CV tips that you can use to update your CV over the holidays. Once you’ve done it register with Energi People and upload your CV so we can have a look.
What’s the most effective way for IT contractors to format CVs to highlight relevant skills and experience? Read this post for our advice.
Not sure how to write a cv for technical jobs to make you stand out from the crowd? Don’t be tempted by gimmicks or CV guides written for designers or administrators, read this post from Nick Rothery explaining exactly what employers and recruiters look for in great technical and engineering CV’s.
Nick Rothery shares a particular bugbear of recruitment consultants – CV buzzwords and jargon! Here he provides some tips on avoiding them and what to do instead.
If you want to find a job in rail engineering, especially if you’re looking to make a move from other areas of civil engineering, what skills do you need to highlight on your CV? Answers here.
A crash course in marketing here for candidates looking for a new role in construction or engineering! It’s all about marketing yourself and standing out from the crowd.
Here Jason Cachia explores how to find structural engineer jobs in London and give yourself the best chance of being shortlisted for interview.
Your experience or role description section of your CV is vital for demonstrating your abilities, achievements and value you offer an employer. Here’s what it should include.
Contractor CVs do not necessarily lend themselves to the same format as a CV for a permanent role. We share our top tips for an effective and impactful contractor CV.