When searching for work, regardless of what the industry is, it’s always difficult to find the one that’s right for you and to filter out the ones that you really want to avoid. You want to find the opportunities that have the right salary for you, the right location, the right employer, or the right level you are qualified for.
It’s the same for employers and companies that are looking to hire. You can be bombarded with hundred of applications for a single role, and filtering out the good from the bad is very time consuming.
According to the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s Skills and Demand in Industry 2014 report, 44 per cent of firms are not content with the skills level offered by applicants, which is a massive increase since 2010. This means that there is high demand for the people that are efficiently qualified; leaving less experienced engineers like recent graduates unemployed and represses their job search. It also means that companies and recruiters are competing with one another and often missing out of chances of employing engineers with the skills level they require.
That’s why I have found that the new Engineering Jobs and Work website is very useful for both of these parties as it makes the recruitment process easier to handle and insures that the best prospects are found.
‘EngineeringJobsandWork.co.uk’ is an engineering specialist job board with career opportunities for people in all sectors of the engineering industry providing work in the UK, Europe and Worldwide.
The personal touch of interest and enthusiasm they put into their matches means that the best talent can find the top recruitment, and vice versa. Notably, they have many branches available including automotive engineering jobs, mechanical engineering jobs, civil engineering jobs, aerospace engineering jobs, electrical engineering jobs, chemical engineering jobs and many more.
The website also offers unlimited job posting trials for the new clients, meaning that they can take the website for a test without having to commit unless they are satisfied.
I found that the overall website was simple to use and convenient for trying to find the top engineering jobs that suit you best.
Ceren Kardelen Sagir | Strike-Jobs.co.uk Journalist