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ICE repeats call for engineers to help ex-colleagues back into the industry

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The ICE has repeated its call for practising engineers and construction professionals to help former colleagues make their way back into engineering, as part of it Civils Comeback scheme.

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mace returners

Engineers are being urged to encourage ex-colleagues back into the industry

Global construction and consulting firm Mace has joined scheme. It has created 12-week internships in its construction delivery and major programmes teams for qualified engineers who have taken career breaks and who want to return to the profession. The company wants to hear from those who have been on a career break for two or more years and have previously worked as engineers. It is especially interested in women who have taken time out of their careers to raise children. Successful applicants will have the opportunity to work on a significant assignment based on skills, experience, interests and location. Applicants should apply by 14 October via  www.ice.org.uk/returners

 

 

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