Responsible to the MDG Manager for technical capability of mechanical design team.
- Recruiter: Oaklands Global
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This is a unique opportunity for a Power Engineer to really make their mark on...
- Recruiter: Oaklands Global
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- Competitive package
As a Principal Engineer - Operability, you will be using your knowledge of submarine systems operation to influence the way the systems are designed, ensuring the Royal Navy personnel will be able to operate the system effectively
- Recruiter: BAE Systems
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- £31,656 - £41,255
The Open University (OU) has an international reputation for....
- Recruiter: Open University
- Australia (AU)
Shape the future direction of a Department which is currently involved in ground breaking innovative research
- Recruiter: Monash University
- England, Fareham, Hampshire
NATS is a leading air navigation services specialist, handling 2.2 million flights in 2013/14, covering the UK and eastern North Atlantic. NATS provides air traffic control from centres at Swanwick, Hampshire and Prestwick, Ayrshire. NATS also provides a
- Recruiter: National Air Traffic Services
- Hinckley, Leicestershire
We currently have a range of UK opportunities to grow your engineering skills in a multinational company of industry experts
- Recruiter: MBDA
- Malvern, Worcestershire
The research and development facility in Malvern is now seeking talented individuals to join our team as Graduate Electronic and Software Engineers.
- Recruiter: Metrasens Limited
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You will test new technologies and solutions in the field of electrical power systems through work on a wide range of technical projects.
- Recruiter: University of Strathclyde
- Munich and The Hague
- See job description
We are looking for Engineers and scientists in various technical fields for our locations in Munich and The Hague.
- Recruiter: European Patent Office
UK construction sector declined in September
Building industry output declined last month.
Britain’s construction sector continued to decline in September, a survey showed today, as residential building saw its biggest fall in nearly two years.
The Markit/CIPS survey recorded a reading of 49.5 in September, which is an improvement on the previous month's reading of 49 but still represents a decline in output as it falls below the no-change 50 mark.
Residential building was the worst performing category, continuing the trend seen throughout most of 2012, registering the worst drop since December 2010.
Commercial building also dropped at its fastest rate for just over two and a half years, although a return to civil engineering growth helped soften the overall downturn.
Economists said the figures knocked confidence that the nation's builders would eke out growth in the third quarter after dragging on the wider economy for a several months running.
Howard Archer, chief UK and European economist at IHS Global Insight, said: "The construction sector continues to be hampered by major headwinds, notably including public spending cuts, a weak economy, a struggling housing sector, and problems in getting funding for large-scale projects."
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