Local unemployed people are benefiting from new careers in the offshore wind industry following their successful completion of a new qualification offered by Maersk Training.
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Photonics technology is used in a wide range of manufacturing processes, telecommunications, healthcare, defence, data storage and renewable energy.
Forty female rising stars of engineering are to be offered £1250 a month studentships to study for a master’s degree at London’s Brunel University.
Analox Group, the world-recognised developer and manufacturer of gas analysis equipment, is planning to double the size of its engineering design team in 2014, creating up to nine new jobs.
The world is moving towards economic recovery and engineers work throughout industries is crucial to business revival all over the globe
The oil and gas industry has continued to add jobs through multiple recessions, as other industries struggled to keep their businesses open.
The University of Nottingham is working with global engineering firm Caterpillar to help to promote careers in the industry.
On November 29th & 30th, the NEC, UK will host The National Engineering & Construction Exhibition. Meet the best industry recruiters and access the best job seeking tools.
RWE npower has opened applications for its Graduate Programme. The company is looking for up to 30 customer-focused graduates to fill the schemes beginning in September 2014.
Ex-Forces personnel are benefiting from free places on a qualification offered by Maersk Training designed to help them take advantage of job opportunities in the thriving offshore wind energy sector.
Around 300 leading companies have taken steps to tackle industry skills shortages by engaging with ‘The Year in Industry’.
The industry-backed mechanical engineering degree – MEng Food Engineering, at Sheffield Hallam University is now open for applications.
Kepware Technologies is pleased to announce that an emphasis on engineering education and company culture has resulted in organizational and revenue growth in 2013.
Robert Gordon University and OILTEAM have announced a partnership worth more than £1.2million to train the next generation of Russia’s offshore energy professionals.
Taking place in Birmingham from 14-16 November 2013, the UK’s largest skills and careers event, and engineering is set to make a big impact on the 75,000 visitors expected to attend.
Engineering graduates in certain disciplines are in high demand in Germany, with more vacancies than qualified people to fill them.
Around 50 students from across Europe are to take part in the inaugural Society of Petroleum Engineers Europe Petro League, during Offshore Europe.
A report by the Royal Academy of Engineering on Science, Engineering and Technology occupations found that demand for graduate engineers in the UK is exceeding supply.
The European Alliance for Apprenticeships has been launched by The European Commission at the 2013 WorldSkills competition.
Technology Academy Finland starts the final countdown for scientists, universities and research institutes from around the world to nominate candidates for the sixth Millennium Technology Prize.
The University of Wolverhampton has launched a new faculty in order to respond to industry calls to tackle the shortage of graduates with STEM skills.
Physics and engineering postgraduate students from across Europe are arriving at the University of York this weekend for a conference focusing on fusion research.
Point Engineering Group has launched a new division in response to a huge increase in demand for electrical services.
The world’s leading aircraft manufacturer will be hiring more than 3,000 people in 2013. Airbus will present its opportunities at the International Paris Air Show-Le Bourget between 17 and 23 June.
Airbus is working to promote the employment of students on professional training or apprenticeship contracts in the aeronautical sectors.
Green-thinking engineers at the University of Sheffield have been switching-off lights, computers and machinery in a bid to save money on energy bills in order to create new scholarships.
Celebrating exceptional promise in young structural engineers – Institution award now open for entries
Over 60 female students visited Airbus on International Women’s Day, as part of a new Industrial Cadets programme to encourage more girls to follow careers in engineering.
Engineering firm ABB Consulting says it is struggling to recruit enough staff to keep pace with its new business wins as it continues to secure new contracts across the globe.
The International Labour Organization has called for a sustainable civil aviation industry as a common goal for governments, employers and workers.
Oil and gas industry professionals are enjoying significant wage growth, according to the Oil and Gas Global Salary Guide 2013.
City College Plymouth is holding its annual Technology, Engineering and Construction Open Day on Saturday 9 February
An entirely new private sector initiative funded to boost British engineering was launched to businesses at BETT (the education and technology trade fair).
More than 6,000 students of over 100 nationalities registered for Fly Your Ideas 2013, the global university contest organized by the leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has announced the launch of a new scheme helping engineers during the early stages of their career.
Despite a weakening economy in the UK and the continuing struggle in construction, the employment rate for new building and engineering graduates has improved.
British Airways Engineering is partnering with the University of Glamorgan to offer a BSc degree in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering.
Harris Pye Group, the global maritime, offshore oil and gas and associated onshore industrial engineering company, is looking for 10 engineering graduates to join them in South Wales.
The University of Nottingham is working with E.ON to develop a ‘super battery’ which will enable households & businesses to benefit from clean, cheap & powerful energy storage.
Tharsus Group has joined with The Blyth Tall Ships Project to provide an engineering skills course, ‘The Tharsus Factor’ in order to kick-start careers for young unemployed people.
Knowing what they wanted to do with their lives when they were just 16 years old has paid off handsomely for two engineering graduates.
17% of job vacancies in England are now directly attributable to skills shortages,so why is the female talent pool not being tapped into?
UNESCO is supporting Airbus’ Fly Your Ideas challenge, a student contest which aims to inspire a new generation of engineers.
With the cost of degrees set to rise , the route offered by apprenticeships is a worthwhile alternative career path for future engineers, according to the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
The world’s leading international development charity VSO is launching its first ever recruitment drive for experienced professors across the engineering sectors to volunteer in Ethiopia.
Energy professionals in the UK are better paid compared to workers in other industries, according to a Salary and Benefits survey by Hays Energy.
A partnership between Fugro and Plymouth university has paved the way for the launch of a global distance-learning programme tailored to offshore industries.
Airbus is committed to ensuring that at least 25% of its new recruits in 2012 will be women despite the low number of women studying engineering subjects.
Explore Mars, Inc. is presenting the International Space Station and Mars Conference at the Boeing Auditorium at the ISU Central Campus in Strasbourg, France on April 12-13, 2012.
Wages and confidence are surging in the global oil and gas industry, according to the annual Salary Guide produced by Hays Oil & Gas.
BAE Systems will recruit 265 engineering and business apprentices across its UK business in 2012.
Oil & gas engineering consultancy Apply Altra has cross-border working opportunities in Norway, Poland and the UK
A student-led organisation that aims to increase the number of young women studying engineering, science and technology at university will come together this weekend for an international conference.
Proserv, a global-leading specialist in energy production technology services, is set to create more than 130 new employment opportunities.
Wilton Engineering Services Limited announces the award of a UK North Sea contract with international integrated energy company, ConocoPhillips, creating 250 jobs for Teeside.
Over half of engineering jobs advertised require applicants to have a degree to fill the position, with just 1% highlighting the value of an apprenticeship.
A new report reveals 75% of oil & gas companies expect to create new jobs in the next two years.
BP are offering a further 100 scholarships across the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at The University of Manchester to support future growth in the economy.
One of Middlesex University’s first ever product design and engineering students has seen his final year project hit the market and go global.
The Bosch Technology Horizons Award, which aims to help close the skills gap by encouraging young people to opt for a career in engineering is now open for entries.
This award is a European research prize provided with 10.000 Euro prize money. Applications are open until January 2012.
The Institution of Engineering & Technology has launched a membership designed to aid engineering graduates make a smooth transition from university to employment.
Balfour Beatty Group has announced that a record number of university leavers have been recruited through its graduate recruitment programme.
Apply Altra may be a small company in comparison to others operating in the North Sea, but it punches above its weight in terms of the opportunities that it can offer.
The career-for-life is vanishing, with about half of all UK engineers saying they expect to switch careers within the next five years.
Despite the current economic instability, the demand for graduates qualified in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) remains high in the UK.
Leading female engineers have been recognised for their achievements in industry and academia at a prestigious awards ceremony in London.
Robots will be used to help solve the problem of autonomous engagement for in-flight refuelling.
GDF Suez offers a great variety of jobs in the energy sector. Find our more.
The UK government has announced extra investment in the manufacturing & engineering sector, which is likely to generate more graduate jobs.
Eric Garbutt has had a successful international career in the oil and transport industries since taking the plunge and returning to learning at the age of 43.
A wind-powered turbine and a newly built pedal-power cinema were showcased at the University of Sheffield to show how engineers can have a positive influence on the world.