Discover what the UK structural engineering jobs market is paying with the Energi People UK structural engineering salary guide 2018.
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!
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.
The beginning of a new year can also be a trigger for valued and talented employees looking elsewhere and starting a job search for a new role. In this post we explore the common reasons given by candidates, and what you can do to retain your valued staff.
Could the Christmas holidays be the ideal time to start looking for a new job in construction engineering? In this post we share advice for getting ahead of the competition: other people thinking the same thing…
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.
Did you know that recruiters and potential employers screen your social media profiles when shortlisting candidates for job interviews? Read on to find out what they’re looking for, and how to increase your prospects of getting invited to an interview.
Did you always want to be a structural engineer when you grew up? Here Kat Jefferies shares how young people are being encouraged into engineering today.
Update on our recent fundraiser for the British Red Cross Hurricane Appeal. Energi People work with candidates and clients in the Caribbean and have seen first hand the devastation caused.
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.
How can SMEs in the construction engineering sector compete for candidates with the big players? Here Kat Jefferies shares the reasons our candidates say they would work for an SME.
Sarah New launches our campaign to raise money for the Red Cross Hurricane Appeal. Please help us reach our target of £2,000 (which will be matched £1 for £1 by the UK government).
At some point in the job interview process you will need to talk about money. But how and when should you raise the subject, and how can you ensure you get an offer that meets your expectations? Kat Jefferies shares her advice here.