Want to find a new technical job this year? You’ve come to the right place! Read on for a checklist that will help you differentiate yourself from other technical candidates and get the best technical jobs going.
Who won the Award for Structural Transformation at the Structural Awards 2019? Find out here.
Faced with the question of what your salary expectations are, do you know what you’re worth in today’s job marketplace? Here we explain how to find out.
Don’t wait until the New Year to make a resolution to find a new job, September is a much better time of year to kickstart your new job search! Here’s why.
Are you using inbound recruiting? This recruitment method has been trending in creative industries for a couple of years, but it can also help technical companies recruit high quality candidates too. Find out more in our post.
Have you got interviews for structural engineering jobs coming up? Read our blog post with tips from our technical recruitment experts to smash it.
Brexit has had an impact on the construction engineering job market, with many companies putting their recruitment on hold. In this more challenging market how can technical candidates stand out and ensure they get shortlisted for interview? Read our 5 tips here.
What qualities do we look for in a technical recruitment consultant? Whether you’re looking to hire a recruiter to work with your company, or if you want to become a recruiter yourself, here we share the top qualities our successful technical recruiters share.
Moving from a small company to a large enterprise, or vice versa, is not always easy in the construction engineering fields. But it can be done! Read our post for advice on making this transition.
All technical candidates should have an up-to-date LinkedIn profile, it’s an effective way of getting headhunted for new roles. Have a look at this infographic with tips for optimising and updating your LinkedIn profile.
As 2018 draws to a close, Nick Rothery offers insights into the trends that will shape technical recruitment in 2019.
While candidate’s market might suggest you’ll have no trouble finding a new job in construction recruitment, there are some challenges that technical candidates face. Here we explore four and how to resolve them.
What experience are construction engineering companies looking for above and beyond industry qualifications and key skills? Business development experience is what’s differentiating the candidate market, as Nick Rothery explains in this post.
As well as highlighting your technical skills, qualifications and experience on your CV and at interviews, if you want a new job in construction engineering you also need to market your ’employability skills’. Learn more here.
Building a robust recruitment strategy now will help improve technical recruitment processes later in the year, speeding up the process and improving decision making. Learn more here.
Find out who won the award for Structural Transformation at the Structural Awards 2017 this year, and what sponsoring this award means to Energi People.
Are you a passive candidate? If you’re not ready to actively start a search for a new job in construction engineering, making sure you hear about interesting opportunities is still a good idea. Here we share how.
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.
Has the summer break made you rethink your current job and career opportunities? If so read this post from Nick Rothery about finding a new role in construction engineering.