With hundreds of exciting roles for the thousands of experienced professionals and graduates expected to attend, the National Engineering and Construction Recruitment Exhibition (NECR) at Earls Court, London on 14 & 15 November and at the NEC, Birmingham on 28 & 29 November 2008 will offer a wide range of superb career opportunities…

NECR, the largest engineering and construction recruitment event in the UK, has roles available in all areas of the industry including: aerospace, automotive, mechanical, electronics, software and defence, construction, civil and structural engineering and facilities management.

Many leading employers will be actively recruiting at the two day exhibition. Among those at the Earls Court event will be Astrium, Capita Symonds, EADS Defence & Security Systems, Jaguar & Land Rover, Network Rail, Northropp Grumman, Royal Navy and Royal Marines, MW Kellogg and Raytheon Systems.

The organisations at the NEC, Birmingham will include ABB, Alstom, Arup, Astrium, Bombardier, BAE Systems, Capita Symonds, Caterpillar, Coors, Corus Strip Products, Cummins, Denso, EADS Defence & Security, Egis, GrantRail, HM Government Communications Centre, Jacobs, Jaguar LandRover, Kier Group, May Gurney, Mouchel, Network Rail, Raytheon Systems, Rolls-Royce, Royal Navy, Selex Galileo, Schlumberger and Westinghouse Rail Systems.

Visitors will also find many valuable free advisory services to help them in their career progression. They can take advantage of the Careers Advice Lounge, the Interview Clinic, a one-to-one consultation at the CV Clinic, as well as a vast range of careers presentations.

The event also offers the chance to participate in a series of enjoyable presentations and fascinating features that will inspire visitors in their career research and planning.

The Women in Engineering Forum on 14 November in London and 28 November in Birmingham will provide visitors with the opportunity to hear successful female engineers talking about their careers and to network with inspirational women and potential employers over a buffet lunch. The Women in Engineering Forum is supported by the UK resource centre for women in science, engineering and technology. The forum is completely free and visitors can book a place by emailing [email protected] or calling 020 8394 5276.

The University Challenge gives teams from universities across the country the chance to compete against each other to design, build and test their inventions in a challenging task to win a prize of £750. For those not taking part, even watching the teams in action is both educational and entertaining! To enter a team please contact [email protected] or on 020 8394 5276.

A full list of recruiters, further information on features and details on parking and travel subsidies for full time students are also available at www.engineerjobs.co.uk

The National Engineering and Construction Recruitment Exhibition is run in association with the Daily & Sunday Telegraph, and is supported by the Institution of Engineering and Technology, the Institution of Chemical Engineers, the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Institution of Structural Engineers as well as the UK resource centre for women in science engineering and technology.

Visit www.engineerjobs.co.uk for further details.