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The National Engineering & Construction Recruitment Exhibition

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NEXT EXHIBITION:

Friday 27 and Saturday 28 November 2015 at the NEC, Birmingham

In association with:The Telegraph

Register nowDon't miss the next National Engineering and Construction Recruitment Exhibition – this FREE exhibition will include...

  • Hundreds of job vacancies from some of the world's top engineering & construction recruiters 
  • A careers advice lounge
  • One-to-one CV consultations in the CV Clinic
  • An interview clinic
  • The Professional Development Hub


So whether you’re looking for your next step up the ladder or to kick start your engineering career, the National Engineering & Construction Recruitment Exhibition offers a vast array of opportunities for all engineering and construction professionals and graduates.

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