Construction Professionals Employability Workshop

Time: 10:00 Date: 31 July 2019

Location: Employability Suite, Jobcentre Plus, 1 Atlantic Quay, Robertson Street, Glasgow, G2 8JB

Are you a graduate looking for work in the construction, property and engineering sectors?

Have you got professional experience outside the UK and looking for help on how to start your journey looking for work in the construction, property and engineering sectors in Glasgow?

 Have you previously worked in a professional role within the industry and are looking to re-enter? 

If so, Constructing Futures – part of Contract Scotland, are holding a group session in partnership with Jobcentre Plus and Multiplex in Glasgow city centre to support professional’s seeking work in the industry.

With almost 30 years’ experience of recruiting in this niche sector, a vast network of contacts, masses of industry knowledge and an up-to-the-minute understanding of market conditions, Contract Scotland have valuable information and guidance that will give you a better chance of finding the job you want, including:

  • CV guidance
  • Interview Techniques
  • Permanent and temporary job searching guidance
  • Advice on how to get your social media profiles job ready.
  • Followed by a comprehensive Q & A session to answer any additional questions you may have.

A graduate/and or a professional currently working in the sector will also be in attendance to talk about their journey into employment.

Come and learn from the industry experts!

Sessions are suitable for those looking for work as; a Surveyor, Site Manager, Supply Chain Manager, Engineer, Health and Safety Advisor, Technician, Designer, Project Manager, Procurement Specialist, M & E and any other professional role within the construction, property and engineering sectors.

If you have an HNC/D, Degree or work experience and are looking for help to secure a job in your chosen profession, then this session is for you.


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