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Your CV Is Your First Impression, Write it Wisely

Added: 5 days ago by IBM

It is common knowledge that the process of applying for jobs can be frustrating and discouraging. However, many people tend to make it make it even worse by spending their time focusing on the...

10 Things “Never To Do” in an Interview

Added: 5 days ago by IBM

10) Never interrupt. Even though you may have a great point, if you interrupt you have invaded their dialog, and you just sent a message that what they have to say to you is not...

Procuring a great career in construction

Added: 2 weeks ago by Kier Group

In my opinion, now is the perfect time to join construction, whether you are a man or a woman.

BriteCloud - protecting the UK aircraft as the Royal Air Force enter their 2nd century

Added: 2 weeks ago by Leonardo

In the same week as the Royal Air Force launched its RAF100 centenary celebrations, Chief of Air Staff, ACM Sir Steve Hillier announced that Leonardo's BriteCloud countermeasure had been given the...

Two companies, one cultural fit: about our journey with INEOS

Added: 3 weeks ago by delaware

This is the story of how the partnership between INEOS and delaware started. And how it continues to this day.

delaware proud winner of Trends’ Gazelle Ambassador 2018 award for West-Flanders

Added: 3 weeks ago by delaware

delaware took home the trophy from a group of 200 eligible companies in the large enterprise category.

Graduates build successful careers at Sisk with breadth and depth of experience

Added: 3 weeks ago by John Sisk and Son

The breadth of the programme ensures that all aspects of the project lifespan are covered.

Doncasters and Rolls-Royce enter into Framework Agreement for future and existing business

Added: 4 weeks ago by Doncasters

Doncasters Group and Rolls-Royce have agreed base terms and conditions in the form of a Framework Agreement, covering the range of Doncasters Group manufacturing sites.

Navy engineers support local science and technology fair

Added: 1 month ago by Royal Navy

Navy engineers from HMS Collingwood, HMS Diamond and the RN UTC Team recently attended the Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) fair 2018 at CEMAST, Lee-On-Solent.

Navy engineers help youngsters to shape the future

Added: 1 month ago by Royal Navy

Royal Navy engineers from HM Naval Base Clyde will be visiting primary schools throughout Argyll and Bute to help launch a major Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) competition in...

New offshore patrol vessel named HMS Trent

Added: 1 month ago by Royal Navy

The third of the Royal Navy’s five new Offshore Patrol Vessels has been formally named HMS Trent at the Glasgow shipyard where she was built.

Royal Navy inspires future engineers at UKs largest science event

Added: 1 month ago by Royal Navy

The Royal Navy is attending the 2018 Big Bang Fair at the NEC Birmingham today - the UK's largest and highest-profile Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Fair.  

UK joins World Leading X-Ray Laser Facility

Added: 1 month ago by Science & Technology Facilities Council

The UK has today become the latest member state of the European XFEL, the international research facility that is home to the world’s largest X-ray laser.

UK scientists help solve mystery of why comets emit X-rays

Added: 1 month ago by Science & Technology Facilities Council

The mystery of why comets travelling through Space give off X-ray emissions has been solved thanks to new research undertaken by a team that included science staff from STFC’s Central Laser...

Story takes Gold in prestigious Health & Safety award

Added: 1 month ago by Story Contracting

Story Contracting have achieved the ‘Gold’ award in the prestigious annual scheme run by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

Story projects shortlisted for UK Rail Industry Award

Added: 1 month ago by Story Contracting

Two of our recent projects have been shortlisted for the Outstanding Project of the Year Award (Medium) at the UK Rail Industry Awards (UKRIA).

Story achieve next step on Route To Gold

Added: 1 month ago by Story Contracting

Story Contracting were recently presented with the Silver Plant Reliability Award on Network Rail’s Route to Gold scheme, becoming one of only two suppliers in the UK to receive the accolade.

telent works with Hello London to switch on new digital media channel across the Underground network

Added: 1 month ago by telent

Hello London, the media partnership between Transport for London (TfL) and Exterion Media, has launched DX3, London’s newest digital advertising channel with the support of telent’s...

Highway to the future

Added: 1 month ago by telent

Highways England has awarded a contract worth nearly half a billion pounds to leading UK technology and network services company, telent Technology Services, to help keep England moving into the...

Thunder inbound as more fast jets added to Air Day line up

Added: 1 month ago by Royal Navy

Making its Air Day debut, Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton is hugely excited to announce the Hellenic Air Force F-16 Demo Team 'Zeus' will participate in the flying display on Saturday 7 July.

Target Duncan Merlins try to protect destroyer during NATO sub exercise

Added: 1 month ago by Royal Navy

Sink the Duncan! That’s one of the tasks of international submarines during NATO’s biggest sub hunt of the year in the Mediterranean.

Milestone as first F-35B aircraft deploys to warship

Added: 1 month ago by Royal Navy

An F-35B has landed on the deck of the USS Wasp in a milestone year for the stealth fighter jet.

UTC Aerospace Systems brings big commercial innovations to Falcon 6X with quieter and fuel efficient nacelle technology

Added: 1 month ago by UTC Aerospace Systems

UTC Aerospace Systems is proud to be entrusted by Dassault Aviation to develop full nacelle system for its newest business jet targeted for entry into service in 2022.

A day in the life - Neelam Kundi

Added: 1 month ago by Lendlease

What does it mean to be a Lendlease graduate? Our Day in the Life series finds out first-hand. This week, we caught up with Neelam Kundi

Driverless technology comes to Formula Student 2018 competition

Added: 1 month ago

Artificial intelligence for driverless cars will form part of the annual Formula Student competition at Silverstone in July.

Change the world - become an engineer

Added: 1 month ago by Leonardo

Having taken an early interest in electronics and aeroplanes, Kris Harrison’s passion for engineering was fully ignited while doing her A-levels, when her physics teacher inspired her to...

Cadets join HMS Albion for NATO deployment

Added: 1 month ago by Royal Navy

Officer Cadets (OC) from Britannia Royal Naval College have been getting stuck in on board HMS Albion as the ship leads an international task group in the Mediterranean.

Siemens train factory plant planned in Goole

Added: 1 month ago by Siemens

Plans for a £200m rail factory creating 700 jobs in East Yorkshire have been announced.

£260m deal signed to keep RAF giants flying

Added: 1 month ago by Defence Equipment and Support Hub

A £260 million agreement with the United States Government to support RAF C-17 heavy lift transport aircraft into the next decade has been signed by the MOD, Defence Minister Guto Bebb...

Tackling technology terms: what is an applications engineer anyway?

Added: 1 month ago by Dorset Software Services

Confused about what technology jobs are out there? Heard about programming roles but not much else?

Life at Essity Blog – An inside look into careers at Essity

Added: 1 month ago by Essity

The Life at Essity Blog is back and better than ever. After a short break, we have a new blogging forum, with a new look, where you can easily follow our colleagues and join in the conversation.

Johnson Matthey and Cummins Expand Efforts in Electrification

Added: 19th February 2018 by Johnson Matthey

Cummins Acquires Johnson Matthey’s Automotive Battery Systems Business; Sign Agreement to Collaborate on eLNO High Energy Battery Materials.

Award-winning Plymouth MOD engineering talent

Added: 19th February 2018 by Royal Navy

Future engineers from Plymouth have scooped top awards at a ceremony attended by HRH Prince of Wales.

First accelerated engineers pass out at HMS Raleigh

Added: 19th February 2018 by Royal Navy

The first 'accelerated' weapon and air engineers for the front-line Navy have been converted from civilians into sailors.  

Balfour Beatty joint venture awarded £1.4bn Los Angeles airport contract

Added: 19th February 2018 by Balfour Beatty

A consortium including FTSE 250 construction firm Balfour Beatty has been awarded a $1.95bn (£1.4bn) contract to build a train network at Los Angeles International Airport.

Morrison Utility Services secures NEBOSH accreditation

Added: 16th February 2018 by Morrison Utility Services

Morrison Utility Services, the UK’s largest, dedicated, independent utility service provider, has secured accreditation to deliver in-house training of the NEBOSH National Certificate in...

New safety initiative to minimise risk around plant

Added: 16th February 2018 by Morrison Utility Services

Morrison Utility Services (MUS), in conjunction with M Group Services Plant & Fleet Solutions, has launched the People & Plant Interface, designed to drive best practice for people working...

Morrison Utility Services showcases scope of expertise at M Group Services Capability Day

Added: 16th February 2018 by Morrison Utility Services

Morrison Utility Services, the UK’s largest essential infrastructure services provider to the utilities sector, recently participated in the inaugural M Group Services Capability Day which...

Tata 'to invest £75m in Port Talbot blast furnace repair'

Added: 14th February 2018 by Tata Steel

Tata Steel will invest £75m to repair a blast furnace at Port Talbot steelworks, industry sources have claimed.

Advanced facility planned for training next generation of aircraft maintenance engineers

Added: 13th February 2018 by AMRC

A pioneering training centre for the next generation of highly skilled aircraft maintenance engineers at Doncaster Sheffield Airport could see apprentices and their trainers digitally connected to...

Rail industry plans 7,000 new carriages by 2021

Added: 9th February 2018

?There will be a glut of new train carriages coming to Britain’s railways by 2021, according to figures released by the Rail Delivery Group.

New £7.5m nuclear college offers fusion of work and education near Sellafield

Added: 9th February 2018 by Sellafield Ltd

A new £7.5m college will use cutting-edge technology including virtual reality and robotics to train the next generation of nuclear workers.

Top engineering students come together for innovative Siemens challenge

Added: 9th February 2018 by Siemens

Last weekend, over 70 students travelled to the University of Sheffield to take part in the 48 hour Sir William Siemens Challenge: MindSphere Live, the UK student engineering event of the year!

Teaching is a job where I can keep learning, use my degree, and make an impact

Added: 8th February 2018 by Institute of Physics

I graduated from a Physics with Astrophysics degree at The University of Manchester two years ago. Since then I completed a year-long internship before co-founding a design and education start-up...

BRE launches smart homes centre

Added: 8th February 2018 by BRE Group

The Building Research Establishment (BRE) is launching the Centre for Smart Homes & Buildings (CSHB) to aid the UK housebuilding industry and promote the installation of smart technology in homes.

Setting my 'sites' on a thriving career in construction

Added: 7th February 2018 by Kier Group

People are always surprised when I tell them that I’m a construction site manager. ‘That’s not a job for a woman, surely?’ is usually the response I get.

First Naval Air Squadron embarks in the Royal Navy’s new Aircraft Carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth

Added: 7th February 2018 by Royal Navy

A Naval Air Squadron has today embarked in the aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth for the first time - marking another first in the regeneration of the Royal Navy's carrier strike capability.

HMS Ocean sea time for Oxford URNU Officer Cadets

Added: 7th February 2018 by Royal Navy

On 17 Jan 18 Midshipman Emily O'Donovan, Officer Cadets (OCdt) Emily Herbert and Luke Harris went to sea in HMS Ocean for a week to observe the aviation training that took place as well as to spend...

Royal Navy supports young engineers in the fast lane

Added: 7th February 2018 by Royal Navy

The Royal Navy is supporting young would-be engineers from Newton Abbot taking part in a national competition racing model cars they have created.  

Advice to New Graduates on Choosing the Right Path

Added: 6th February 2018 by Schneider Electric

As new graduates, you should be looking at all companies and roles equally and choosing the one which is most in line with your personality.