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  • Boosting your LinkedIn profile
    LinkedIn is known as one of the most professional forms of online social media. So how can you utilise it for your own job-search? Keep reading for our tips and guidance on how to set up your LinkedIn profile and how to get recruiters to notice you!
  • This year's theme for National Women in Engineering Day is #TransformTheFuture. Read more to find out how you can get involved and help raise awareness.
  • Ergo Consulting aspires to become the first-choice provider of engineering services to New Zealand’s power and energy industry. Engineering and design are a huge passion for the business and finding the right engineers that share the same passion is crucial. Read more about Ergo Consulting and wh...
  • Career gaps are becoming more common for more reasons than one. Whatever your situation, it is important to be able to talk about career breaks in interviews and on your CV. Here are a few tips to help you along the way.
  • Flexible working hours are becoming increasingly normal for both employees and employers. It allows workers to avoid the restrictions of the typical 9-5 working day and have that better work-life balance they crave. Read more and find out if flexible working may be right for you.
  • STEM Ambassadors are there to inspire and help young people get involved in science, mathematics, engineering and mathematics. Are you involved in any of these activities or want to become a STEM Ambassador? Read on and find out how you can help your local community.
  • Group interviews can be rare in the engineering sector but they are still a popular type of interview. They save the business valuable time and it is worth knowing how to make it through one. Read up on some tips and advice on how to ace your next group interview and make your voice heard.
  • Engineering can require more than just your qualifications. There are some every day skills that will help you throughout your career. Some of these skills may come naturally to you and some may just take a bit of practise. Keep reading to know what some of these important skills are and how to u...
  • If you are currently job-seeking or looking to leave your job, you should start to consider how you will write your resignation letter. It can be extremely important to know how to write your resignation letter appropriately and we have some tips on how to do so!
  • Recruitment consultants are there for job-seekers who may need help with their job search. They may help prep you for the job interviews they get you, they may help with your CV structure, design, but is using a recruitment consultant the right way forward for you and your job-search?
  • Mental health can be an extremely difficult thing to deal with in day-to-day life and job-seeking does not make it any easier. You are not alone and there are ways that you can get extra support during your job-search.
  • The importance of recycling, plastic usage and renewable energy has dragged its way up to the main headlines in much of the media. So why should we be listening? Why should you consider working in Renewables?
  • The first 30 days in a new job can be nerve-racking. As a new employee, you can be introduced to a lot of new information and people in a very short amount of time. Despite the rush, it is important to appreciate this time, so here are a few tips to ensure you are enjoying this period and making ...
  • There are so many opportunities available for recent engineering graduates, it's all about finding the right one for you. Graduate schemes offer a huge range or prospects that you may be interested in, explore the opportunities available to you and begin to enjoy what these schemes have to offer.
  • Every job has its potential dangers, and in the UK the chances of getting fatally injured during work are rather small. With the increase of technology and computers in our workplaces, the injuries sustained at work are decreasing.
  • Turns out your Facebook profile could get you a job. Who would’ve known?
  • 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.
  • It’s a known fact for job seekers that the recruitment process is very rarely straightforward and simple.
  • 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.