Engineers Ireland are looking to hire a Digital Editor – Maternity Contract
An opportunity is now available for a talented editor for a maternity-leave contract to commence in mid-May.
Engineers Week set to inspire Ireland’s future engineers
Engineers Week to inspire Ireland’s future engineers
ICE Presidential Address "Civil Engineering: Fit for the future"
David Balmforth, the President of the ICE, will be visiting Ireland on Friday 27th February 2015.
Engineers Ireland calls on industry to get involved in Engineers Week 2015
Engineers Ireland; Engineers Week 2015; career in engineering; opportunities;
Director General of Engineers Ireland Announces Intention to Step Down
John Power, director general engineers ireland, retire, recruitment
Hollister Named Overall Winner at the MEETA Awards
Hollister ULC, MEETA. National Maintenance and Asset management Awards
The Rosie Hackett Bridge voted Best Engineering Project of the Year by Irish public
Rosie Hackett Bridge; Engineering Project of the Year;Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards; Dublin City Council, Roughan & O’Donovan, Sean Harrington Architects and Grahams; Ann Kelleher, chartered engineer, vice president of Intel’s Technology and Manufacturing Group and FSM co-general manager; Dervilla Mitchell, chartered engineer and leader of Arup’s aviation business in the UK, Middle East and Africa was presented the ESB Outstanding Contribution to Engineering Award; Aine Brazil, chartered engineer and vice chairwoman of New York engineering firm, Thornton Tomasetti
Competition for Best Irish Engineering Project Spans Three Continents
Public Vote Now Open
New President Outlines her Vision for the Presidential Year
Regina Moran will focus on two themes; opportunities arising from the convergence of technology and all forms of engineering and attracting women to the engineering profession
Need to promote careers in engineering and construction, as demand for workers outstrips supply
Engineers Ireland and Hays call for greater focus on construction careers, as number of engineers graduating remains low
Increased demand for engineers, but shortage of suitably trained candidates, according to leading recruiter