When it comes to leaving your job and joining pastures new, you may feel a bit awkward in the gap between handing in your notice and actually leaving.
For those who might not be in the know- at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, physicists and engineers are probing the fundamental structure of the universe.
Hinkley Point C is a one-of-a-kind construction. Based on the north Somerset Coast, it’s the first nuclear power station to be built in Britain in a generation.
The rail industry is one of the oldest, largest and fastest growing areas in the world of engineering.
General Dynamics United Kingdom Limited has been awarded a £330 million contract from the UK Ministry of Defence.
As far as a defence engineering company goes, MBDA is as technical and exciting as it gets.
If you haven’t yet considered working in Canada, perhaps it’s time that you do.
Employers are also competing for a finite pool of talent and struggling to retain them. GCHQ is addressing the challenges head-on, for new graduates and throughout their ongoing careers.
The IET Engineering Horizons Bursary scheme will give successful applicants up to £4,000 to support their education and training.
GCHQ is introducing a number of innovative schemes to help bridge this gap and ensure the organisation’s own future need for skilled staff is met.
Workforce diversity in all its forms is not just an obligation for large organisations; it also offers a range of vital benefits to the businesses and the employees themselves.
Engineers have a mixture of professional, essential and transferable skills. Putting these skills across in a CV can be difficult.
Student’s Guide to the Wiring Regulations author Steven Devine discusses gaining an education and starting your career in the electrical industry.
David Carlisle takes us through the electronics systems on the mega yachts, and what you need to know to become an electro-technical officer.
A new guide published today by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and Prospect trade union, provides guidance to STEM employers on how to attract a wider talent pool, including career returners.
With the tech sector currently employing close to 200, 000 people, and the engineering sector employing 5.5 million people across a wide variety of roles, it’s no surprise that these industries are much sought-after.
Here are 5 reasons why getting up and leaving during a job interview is required.
In today’s all-digital world, cyber security cannot be ignored in any industry.
No matter what stage you’re at in your job or career, it’s common to feel lost from time to time.
QA, the UK’s leading technology training and apprenticeship organisation, have created a film to inspire women into technology careers, for International Women’s Day.