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Jobs fair game at construction jobs show

Thousands of engineering and construction jobs will be promoted at the National Engineering and Construction Recruitment (NECR) exhibition this month.
Professionals and graduates can take advantage of the NECR at Birmingham's NEC on November 23 and 24 and at Novotel Hammersmith in London on November 30 and December 1.

The NECR exhibition is free and offers career opportunities for the thousands of experienced professionals and graduates expected to attend.

It is the largest engineering and construction recruitment event in the UK and has jobs covering areas of the building services industry including mechanical, construction, civil and structural engineering and facilities management.

Visitors can take advantage of the careers advice lounge, the CV clinic, the interview clinic and careers presentations.

The Women in Engineering Forum will provide visitors with the opportunity to hear successful female engineers talking about their careers.

The exhibition's University Challenge gives teams from universities across the UK the chance to compete against each other to design, build and test their inventions to win a prize of £750.

16 November 2007


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