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.
Discover what the UK structural engineering jobs market is paying with the Energi People UK structural engineering salary guide 2019.
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.
If you’ve got a job interview coming up read this post to ensure you avoid these five classic interview mistakes. Nick Rothery shares his advice for success.
Nick Rothery shares the responsibilities and opportunities available for those pursuing a career as a structural engineer. Check out the job description below and after reading this, don’t forget to check out our latest structural engineer job opportunities.
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.
How you perform as an interviewer when recruiting for civil or structural engineering jobs, can be the difference between a successful hire and disaster. Here’s some advice for clients facing a round of interviews for their vacant roles
Is your LinkedIn profile connecting you with job opportunities? If you’re thinking about finding a new role in structural engineering, here are some tips for getting the most out of LinkedIn.
Want to attract and retain top construction industry talent? You need to align your recruitment and employee strategies with their motivations and needs.
A specialist recruitment agency for those looking for roles in construction engineering. But to find an agency that will go above and beyond, you really need to have an exclusive relationship.
Here are 5 steps you should take when a valued employee hands in their notice. You may not be able to convince them to stay, but these will ensure they leave on the best possible terms.