Engineering & Job Hunters Blog

August 28, 2020
How to be a good mechanical design engineer

Mechanical design engineers work across a range of disciplines. It’s possible to carve your own career path and choose the areas that interest you the most, including defence, manufacturing, oil and gas or even transport. Once you are qualified and have a little experience under your belt, the world is your oyster. Mechanical design engineers […]

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August 19, 2020
How to prepare for an online interview: Post COVID

Lockdown restrictions might be easing, but many companies are still choosing to carry out online interviews. This presents an interesting challenge to job hunters. While you might think that an online interview would be easier – after all, it would be difficult to be late for this – there are different challenges ahead. Online interviews […]

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August 11, 2020
A job profile of an automotive engineer

Wondering if a career as an automotive engineer could be right for you? In this guide, we’re sharing industry insight that allows us to help automotive engineers to start and develop their careers. We’re going to explore the ins and outs of this role, how you can expect your career to progress and even how […]

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August 8, 2020
5 tips for getting into civil engineering

Civil engineering is an in-demand career. Development is taking place everywhere you look, and civil engineers are at the heart of these developments. If you have a natural aptitude for maths, science and design, you could be well suited to a career as a civil engineer.  There are many different routes into civil engineering and […]

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August 1, 2020
What Makes a Good CV?

The vast majority of employment opportunities will require you to apply for a CV and a cover letter. Crafting a good CV could mean the difference between your application landing on the rejects pile or getting you a foot in the door. CVs are rarely read as a whole and more often skimmed. This means […]

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July 26, 2020
How to Write a Summary in A CV

When considering a job applicant, a hiring manager will focus on a few key sections of their application. Rather than reading the CV and cover letter fully, they will skim through to extract the information they are looking for. If the candidate ticks all of the right boxes, they will go back for a more […]

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