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Electrical Engineer – Failure investigation


Electrical Engineer – Failure investigation  (Role currently on hold) Various locations   The company Since they were established in 60’s, they have specialised in the forensic investigation of the causes of fires, explosions and engineering related failures for insurance, engineering/manufacturing companies

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Mechanical Engineer – Failure investigation


Mechanical Engineer – Failure investigation  (Role currently on hold) Various locations   Introduction to becoming a Forensic Mechanical Engineer They presently have vacancies for Mechanical Engineers to undertake forensic investigation of a wide range of engineering related incidents and accidents including

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Field Service Engineer – Steam Turbine / Compressor exp


Company Overview Companies around the world choose our client to design, manufacture, and service their turbomachinery needs. Our client has been synonymous with innovative engineering, highly reliable products, and unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction. For the last 20 years they

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Forensic Materials Engineer / Failure Metallurgists


Forensic Materials Engineer / Failure Metallurgists  (Role currently on hold)   What we need in the Forensic Materials Engineer / Failure Metallurgist We presently have vacancies for Materials Engineers to undertake forensic investigations of a wide range of incidents and

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The UK STEM Skills Shortage


A report by the Engineering UK 2017 revealed that the demand for Engineering & Manufacturing (E&M) talent and skills outstrips, by far, the current supply. This imbalance has led to a shocking shortage of about 69,000 skilled professionals every year.

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C-Suite, the Real Cost.


It does not matter if you’re an aspiring big cheese or already a C-suite executive; it is never too early to familiarise with the complicated art of negotiating for your executive compensation. The major difference for C-suite jobs is that

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CEOs. The Unnecessary Evil?


As the world of organisations keeps revolving and evolving, the apex, or top management, appears to be taking major hits from new trends. In the latest appearing trend, the CEO, an idol of power and great respect in organisations, seems

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Top Issues That Board Directors Face Today


The Board of Directors is the top-most party in the leadership and management pyramid of every organisation. As such, all matters, both critical and light, lie in their hands. This is to imply that they are the most important element

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Meditation for Resilient Leadership


The era we are living in is defined by rapid technological changes and globalisation which are creating ambiguity, chaos, uncertainty and volatility. This has forced leaders into a scenario whereby a constant supply of resilience is necessary. Resilience simply means

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Should the board look at themselves?


The composition and performance evaluation of the board is critical to corporate governance. Corporate governance, on the other hand, is crucial to the management of an organisation. Management, on its part, is the backbone of any organisation. This is to

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