Have you got interviews for structural engineering jobs coming up? Read our blog post with tips from our technical recruitment experts to smash it.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Here we share interview questions to ask building services candidates to see whether they’re a good fit for your role, your company, and workplace.
The eight engineering job interview questions in this article are the ‘go to’ questions for many interviewers. Give yourself a good chance of impressing by preparing for these typical interview questions asked during engineering job interviews.
Got an interview for an engineering role coming up? Here is our checklist for ensuring you make the right impression.
We all have weaknesses but what are appropriate to share in a job interview, and how can you be honest without reducing your chances of getting the job? Here’s how to approach this difficult question.