ARE YOU in the right job? Are you rewarded and valued highly enough by your employer? Or do you want to check out the market?
Next month's NCE Careers in Construction event will give you the chance to do just that, and without the hassle of having to apply formally for a particular post.
Twenty one of the industry's top employers will be at CCE in London waiting to be interrogated about their record as an employer and the opportunities they have to offer.
And even if you don't think you want a move you can come and learn about subjects as diverse as the Falkirk Wheel, how to crack the skills shortage and safety in tall buildings at our special programme of CPD accredited seminars.
'For professionals visiting the event, the spread of companies in attendance will offer an unrivalled chance to speak individually to top level managers about possible opportunities and prospects in a completely informal atmosphere, ' says CCE director Andrew Knight.
Call the advance registration line on (0870) 787 6242 or register online at www. construction careersevent.co.uk
JacobsGibb, Railtrack, Gifford & Partners, Halliburton KBR, Barhale, Skanska, Posford Haskoning, Waterman Group, RICS, TPS/Carillion, Jarvis, Costain, Halcrow, CIOB, ICE, Balfour Beatty, Clancy Group, Norwest Holst, Babtie, WSP Group, British Waterways, MJ Gleeson Group, Environment Agency, Morgan Est Recruitment expert Hill McGlynn will be hosting a CV surgery on the floor of the exhibition.
Friday 8 November
11.00 The diverse world of engineering Vic Simpson, resource manager, Halliburton KBR Infrastructure 11.30 A career in a global economy Robert Wallace, senior vice president, Skanska Construction Group 12.00 The Falkirk Wheel Frank Rowley, chairman, Tony Gee & Partners 12.30 'Get that job' Jarrid Lee and Mike Bower, Hill McGlynn 14.30 It's not just about engineering it's about people Halcrow 15.00 Solving skill shortages with the help of the supply chain Jeremy Galpin human resources manager and Andy Hoyle, senior quantity surveyor, Costain 15.30 Join us now - an engineering career in the railway industry David Carrier, head of engineering education, Railtrack 16.00 Safety in tall buildings - lessons learned from the World Trade Center Gordon Masterton, managing director, Babtie facilities business centre 16.30 The challenges of a multi disciplinary design practice Jackie Heath, Gifford & Partners senior engineer and engineer Paul Stubbington 17.00 Delivering solutions for career success Mike D'Alton, technical director and head of transportation, WSP 17.30 We want to be more prepared than ever Ian Hope, head of flood defence, policy and process, Environment Agency Saturday 9 November 11.00 An engineer's lifestyle outside London Steve Canadine, associate, Gifford & Partners 11.30 A career in a global economy Stephen Quant, human resources operations manager, Skanska Construction Group.
12.00 Delivering solutions for career success Mike D'Alton, technical director and head of transportation, WSP 12.30 'Get that job' Jarrid Lee and Mike Bower, Hill McGlynn 13.00 A career at Clancy Docwra offers a lot more than just digging holes Helena Shone, training and development manager, The Clancy Group 13.30 Career opportunities with Metronet Gerry Pape, senior manager Metronet, Balfour Beatty Construction 14.00 Join us now - an engineering career in the railway industry Nigel Ward, engineering career marketing manager, Railtrack 14.30 People are our greatest asset Peter Brettell, managing director, JacobsGIBB 15.00 Thinking in all dimensions Adam Robinson, engineer, Posford Haskoning 15.30 The diverse world of engineering Vic Simpson, resource manager, Halliburton KBR Infrastructure