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The Construction Careers Event


The Construction Careers Event 9-10 November 2001 Paragon Hotel Lillie Road Earl's Court London SW6 1UD

Construction is keeping the economy growing, according to the latest government figures. And the skills shortage means your skills are in great demand. Find out what opportunities are on offer at your leisure at NCE's Construction Careers Event next month.

New markets, new methods of working and increased emphasis on customer satisfaction, quality and programme are reshaping Britain's civil engineering and building industry.

Disciplines such as 'business process outsourcing' (facilities management with a twist), 'resource efficiency' (putting your engineering brain to get better use out of your existing people and equipment), design and construction of intelligent buildings and issues like environmental best practice are creating new opportunities at all levels.

And in all the more traditional engineering roles higher standards of competency are fuelling the need to recruit dynamic individuals who are capable of developing the skills required for the enhanced delivery demanded by the industry's clients.

This November's Construction Careers Event proves the point. Top quality firms are seeking the highest calibre of recruits to fill an ever expanding range of main stream and specialist opportunities.

The event brings together industry big names under one roof, giving professionals contemplating change the widest opportunity to review their options.

A visit to the show will give engineers and construction professionals at any stage in their career a chance to make the right move without the normal legwork.

The two day event also includes a full seminar programme on a wide variety of subjects aimed at helping and inspiring visitors to get the most of their careers.

Attending the seminars will also help engineers to boost their continuing professional development (CPD) as all of the sessions have been CPD accredited.

Planning a visit?

Call the advance registration line on 0870 429 4346 or register online at www. careersinconstruction. com Want to exhibit?

Call Deborah Button on 020 7505 6801

Who's there?

Employers at the show so far, looking to match opportunities with new recruits are:

Posford Haskoning WSP Corus Gibb White Young Gree Parsons Brinckerhoff Brown & Root Schofield Skanska MJ Gleeson J Murphy & Sons Balfour Beatty Railtrack Birse Group Transport for London Kier Group The Environment Agency Interserve Project Services Costain The following institutions will also be on hand to offer advice on training and professional development:

CIOB ICE RICS Plus our free CV surgery hosted by Hill McGlynn

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