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Water

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Traffic and transport

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Commercial

commercial.gifCareerStructure.com attracts professionals looking for careers within the fast-moving commercial sector, overseeing the privately-funded construction of office buildings, warehouses, or retail (i.e. convenience stores and shopping centre retail schemes). We currently host hundreds of unique job roles within the commercial sector from commercial managers to surveyors, civil engineers, planning, architects, bid managers, health & safety, CAD technicians and facilities management.

Building services

building_services.gifThe building services and engineering sector employs over 600,000 employees in the UK. Professionals are responsible for the design, installation, operation/monitoring of mechanical, electrical and public health systems for the safe, comfortable and environmentally friendly operation of buildings. Building services roles are in high demand and include mechanical/electrical engineering, MEP, HVAC and public health engineering. We host hundreds of unique job roles covering all M&E job disciplines.

Residential

residential.gifLooking for experts in the residential sector? CareerStructure.com attracts professionals seeking roles working for the nation's house builders or building homes in private residential schemes for local firms, including new buildings, restoration and refurbishment projects. We host hundreds of unique job roles within the residential sector from contracts managers to project managers, surveyors, civil engineers, planning, architects, bid managers, health & safety and facilities management.

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Water

water.gifIn the UK alone, 16 billion litres of high quality water is collected, treated and supplied to domestic and commercial clients every year. CareerStructure.com attracts professionals looking for key roles in the water sector from building reservoirs or drainage systems and providing fresh water, waste and sewerage services. We host hundreds of unique job roles from proposal managers to maritime engineers, design engineers, environmental consultants, process engineers, civil estimators, drainage advisors, dredge masters, and planning engineers.

Public sector 

public_sector.gifThe public sector employs 20% of the UK's total workforce. It requires many construction services and skills, creating a wide range of construction jobs. Work required by local authorities can be split into three sections: building residential premises, constructing non-private facilities and engineering construction. We host hundreds of unique job roles from structural engineers to building surveyors, site managers, planning officers and environmental health advisors.

Oil, gas and power

oil_gas.gifOil and gas are the UK's power and energy industry's biggest sectors. The transmission, distribution and supply of these fuels create thousands of construction jobs. Renewable energy is growing due to the increasing focus on the environment, creating exciting power and energy roles in a range of different sub-sectors from onshore, offshore, nuclear, wind turbines, biomass, carbon, geothermal, solar power.

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Traffic and transport

transport.gifThe transport industry employs around 2.3 million people in the UK across some 196,000 companies. The industry can be split into three core sectors; surface, sea and air transport. Traffic and transport construction jobs of all kinds are essential to preventing long-term disruption across these areas. We currently host hundreds of unique job roles within infrastructure, from rail, road, bridges, tunnels, airports and ports – all major job disciplines are covered.

Geotech

geotech.gifGeotechnical professionals carry out investigations of below-ground conditions, preparing studies of contaminated land and offering advice on dangerous substances. We currently host a number of roles from resident engineers to senior quantity surveyors, geotechnical engineers, principle tunnel engineers, principle resource geologist, contract managers, ecologist, planning engineers and directors of design and engineering.

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