Discover what the UK structural engineering jobs market is paying with the Energi People UK structural engineering salary guide 2018.
If you’re looking to move into technical recruitment for the engineering design and construction industries, Energi People should be on your shortlist of potential agencies. Here Jemma explains why it’s great to work at Energi People.
Not all structural engineering jobs are the same! Different companies have different structures, responsibilities, salary and benefits packages can vary, and opportunities for career progression can differ enormously. Here we help you identify what you want from your next structural engineering role.
Find out what it’s like working in our structural engineering recruitment team and more about the role of a recruitment consultant here. In this post Structural Engineering Consultant, Neil Tilley, shares his insights including advice for candidates, employers and recruiters.
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.
In this post, a round up of the latest construction engineering news from our team and our client base. Find out what happened in the market in May and more about our latest BIM forum for industry professionals.
Our technical recruitment team were rewarded last month for hitting their annual targets with a trip to Monte Carlo. Find out what we got up to and why we reward our consultants with these kinds of incentives.
It wasn’t very long ago that Building Services Consultant Connor Field joined us as a trainee. Now he’s got his sights set on making senior consultant and then principal. Find out more about what Connor likes about working in technical recruitment here.
New to recruitment? In this post Alex Christie shares his tips for first time recruiters to help you find and recruit the right people for your business. If you’re responsible for recruiting new members of your team, or want to pursue a career in technical recruitment, this post is for you!
What happened in March in the construction and engineering sectors? Here’s news from our team and clients.
You can never be over-prepared for a job interview but it’s surprising how many candidates attend interviews unprepared! Just a little bit of research before your next interview could make a significant difference in whether you get through to the next round, or get a job offer. In this post Jamie Jenkins talks through how to do it.
In this post we interview Kat Jefferies our Principal Consultant for Building Services. Here she shares insights into her role and what it’s like working at Energi People.
If you need a recruitment agency either to find a new job or to help fill a vacant position, it can really pay off to go with a niche technical recruitment agency rather than a multi-sector, multi-function recruiter. Here we share the main advantages and also why you might like to work with us.
Our latest round up of construction engineering news from clients and our consultants comes from James Mowat this month. Find out what he’s been up to and wins for clients here.
Find out more about our Caribbean and Americas Senior Consultant Sarah New in this interview. Here she talks about her job, working in the construction sector in the Caribbean and what it’s like to be part of the Energi People team.
Ahead of our next technical candidate networking event in London, Alex Christie explores why construction and engineering professionals should be networking for career success.
Are you a woman looking for job opportunities in the construction and engineering sectors? With skilled professionals in high demand, now is a great time to further your career in this industry. Here Kat Jefferies explores how things are changing for women.
Here’s our roundup of construction engineering news from our clients and team in January 18. If you’ve got a story you would like to share, please get in touch.
Your body language could be giving the wrong message to potential employers. Lack of eye contact, arms crossed defensively and other mannerisms, may not be deliberate but could still affect your chances of getting a job offer. Read on to find out more.
Find out who won our Christmas Crossing competition here. If you didn’t enter this time, make sure you register with us to ensure you hear about other opportunities including jobs in the construction engineering sector!