UNIVERSITY OF CHESTER OFFERS FREE ENGINEER WORK PLACEMENTS
11th February 2016
University of Chester offer a free 5 week placement of Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronic & Electrical Engineering graduates!
Did you know 32% of placement graduates end up working full time for the business they were placed with once they have graduated?
The faculty of Science & Engineering at the University of Chester is arguably the most cutting edge and up to date Engineering campus in Europe, situated in the heart of the North Wests Manufacturing community it now seeks viable placement opportunities for its year 1 and year 2 under graduates.
These placements are to commence this coming May and to you as a North West based Manufacturer are completely free! That's right, no fees and no wages.
If you have any project or tasks from office based IT work to Process Development, these graduates have been equipped to add value with minimum supervision. If you are able to offer a placement to one or more of these highly motivated students then let me know.
• Their Wages are paid by the University, all you have to do is provide a safe and structured working environment. On the other hand, you may prefer to have a project that is based primarily at the Faculty 'site working, for example, on analytical or computational projects. These may only involve some visits to your site to define the problem and present the results.
• Given the ever increasingly acute Skills Shortage issues facing all Manufacturers in Europe, this route could offer your business a future proof edge in the coming battle for talent
• Absolutely NO recruitment fee from EMS
EMS Recruitment Group are proud to be the chosen partner to engage with the University of Chester in identifying and securing placement opportunities for these up and coming Science & Engineering professionals.
We are conducting a number of open days this coming March at the University of Chester campus which will give you the opportunity to meet and engage with these talented individuals.
On the other hand, you may prefer to have a project that is based primarily at the Faculty's site working, for example, on analytical or computational projects. These may only involve some visits to your site to define the problem and present the results.
These opportunities come on a first come first served basis, hence to ensure you do not miss out please contact Kim Watling on 01928 791 447 or email@example.com
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