Sussex Engineering recruitment agency listing
Sussex engineering recruitment agencies specialise in supplying engineering professionals to local towns including Brighton, Eastbourne, Hastings and Crawley. The engineering industry is particularly strong in East and West Sussex with high profile engineering firms such as Ricardo, Siemens, Rolls-Royce and Thales all being located in this area of the South East. From mechanical designers to maintenance or systems engineers, personnel can work across a range of sectors such as aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, electronics and industrial.
Work conditions for Sussex engineering jobs can vary depending on the job role, sector and whether staff are employed on a permanent, temporary or contract basis. The average salary for senior chartered engineers or management / executive professionals is over £40K, however workers within nuclear, chemical and aerospace engineering can potentially earn £70K+ per annum. Graduates can expect one of the highest starting salaries of all industries, with earnings for new entrants possibly exceeding £25K.
Graduates are in high demand for Sussex engineering companies and candidates should therefore look to obtain a relevant degree. What is deemed a relevant degree will depend on the specialism of engineering, however courses could range from a BEng in Mechanical Engineering to a BSc in Engineering Design. The University of Sussex and University of Brighton both offer suitable courses.
The local engineering industry is a competitive field and a specialist Sussex recruitment agency will look to recruit fully qualified candidates for their clients. Many recruiters will also offer a search and select service to supply the most highly skilled engineering professionals for their clients senior vacancies.
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Engineering in Sussex
Covers: Sussex | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
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