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The National Engineering and Construction Recruitment Exhibition,
28 and 29 November 2014, NEC Birmingham
Visit the National Engineering and Construction Recruitment Exhibition – this FREE exhibition will include thousands of job vacancies, a Careers Advice Lounge, CV Consultation, FREE interview clinic and Professional Development Hub from some of the UK and worldwide top industry recruiters.
So whether you’re looking to kick-start your career or are searching for the next step on the ladder, the National Engineering and Construction Recruitment Exhibition offers a vast array of opportunities for all engineering and construction professionals and graduates.
Register for an exhibition today and all you will need to enter the exhibition is your unique registration number (URN). Then all you need to do is dress to impress and take your CV!
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