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Mouchel Parkman is looking for experienced engineers for its London local authority term contracts.

If you are an experienced traffic engineer, transport planner, building or M&E surveyor, highways structures engineer or traffic order maker, Mouchel Parkman invites you to an open day at the Euston Thistle hotel in London on 29 June.

'We've several term contracts in the London area and there are vacancies at all our seven London offices, ' explains divisional director John Biden. To cope with the work load the company is recruiting hard.

'A number of senior engineers and directors will be present at the open day. They will be able to go through the positions on offer and provide information about the firm.'

So what does Mouchel Parkman have to offer? 'Well, we've been listed by The Times as one of the 100 best companies in Britain to work for.

'And with the merger of the two companies we've jumped to seventh position in NCE's Top 20 consultants ranking. We now have more than 4,000 staff and there is lots of opportunity for growth. We have vacancies for experienced engineers up to project manager level: it's interesting work on longterm contracts.'

The Euston Thistle Hotel is in Cardington Street, NW1, and the Mouchel Parkman team will be there from noon onwards.

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