Vital to a country’s economic development, large infrastructure projects are being undertaken across the UK and on a global scale, from improving roads and building new developments to overseeing airport expansions. A continuous advancement of structures, alongside growing populations and an elevation of technology has led to a demand for highly skilled, experienced construction engineers to aid schemes across all sectors.
Over recent years, the methods behind infrastructure have evolved, with construction engineering jobs relying more on innovative technologies and systems. This has meant that construction personnel have had to adopt new and continuously changing skills, which companies in the industry are now looking for. The role of a construction engineer usually incorporates the planning element of civil engineering with the management of teams, liaison with third parties and the full supervision of a project site. Favourable candidates are therefore those with strong leadership and organisational skills.
At Morson, our infrastructure recruitment team has evolved alongside the changing construction industry, and therefore our knowledge of the sector is unparalleled. Years of experience placing construction engineering personnel into hundreds of jobs has enabled us to build strong working relationships with some of the biggest names in the industry, which has steadily expanded our portfolio of clients.
With each candidate, we are proud to offer a unique support package, providing CV tips, advice on interview techniques and help with working abroad legislation. We’re on hand to offer guidance throughout the job-searching journey and help you find an easier route into your new construction role.