Our affiliations

Over our 32 year history, we have developed strong bonds with industry partners who we feel offer a lot of value to our candidates and clients, as well as the industry in general.

We are proud of the relationships we hold with the following institutions:

EngineeringUK

We are a corporate member of EngineeringUK, the working name of The Engineering and Technology Board. EngineeringUK is an independent, not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to promote the vital contribution that engineers make to our society. Our Chief Operating Officer Keith Lewis attends the EngineeringUK Business and Industry Panel and our STEM ambassadors support national initiatives such as Tomorrow’s Engineers Week and the Big Bang Fair.

Women’s Engineering Society (WES)

Formed in 1919, the Women’s Engineering Society has been the voice of female engineers for almost 100 years. WES is both a charity and a professional network of female engineers, scientists and technologists, who encourage women to choose a career in engineering and discourage any views that it is only a job for men. As corporate partners, we fully support the aims of WES and actively support their campaigns including National Women in Engineering Day. 

STEMNet

As an engineering recruitment specialist, we understand the importance of establishing a pipeline of talent to prevent skills shortages in the future. That’s why we support STEMNet (the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Network) to create opportunities to inspire young people into STEM subjects and careers.

To help support STEMNet’s aims, a number of our employees act as STEM ambassadors, providing career advice to young people and promoting opportunities in engineering.

IMarEST

The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology, or IMarEST, has been bringing maritime professionals together since 1889. We recognise the value that professional membership can offer to individuals and we know that it is something employers look out for. With this in mind, we paired up with IMarEST to offer our candidates a complimentary 12 month membership to the professional body.

RINA

A more niche maritime body, The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) is a highly respected international professional institution whose members are involved at all levels in the design, construction, maintenance and operation of all marine vessels and structures. To help our naval architect candidates boost their professional profiles, we joined up with RINA to offer them free 12 month membership.

RenewableUK

We are a corporate member of RenewableUK, the leading not-for-profit trade association for renewable energy. We fully support RenewableUK in their aim to harness the energy resources the UK can gain from wind, wave and tidal energy.

Subsea UK

Subsea UK is the industry body for the British subsea industry and aims to increase business opportunities at home and abroad for the sector. We are a company member of Subsea UK.

CIWEM

We have partnered with the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) to help promote opportunities within the water industry to improve practices, encourage research and establish quality standards.

CIHT

The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) is the leading transportation professional institution. As bronze corporate partners, we are able to network with a range of professionals within the industry and share knowledge with our clients and candidates.

UKNEST

UKNEST (UK Naval Engineering Science and Technology) is a forum focused on developing the intellectual base of naval design and engineering in the UK. Our Department Manager for Maritime, Chris Thornton, is the co-chair of the People Programme which is involved in the attraction, development and retention of engineering excellence within the enterprise. As members of UKNEST, we fully support the work that they do.

British Marine

British Marine is a membership organisation for the leisure, superyacht and small commercial marine industry. They lead and promote the marine industry and work with members to achieve sustainable growth through the provision of world-class goods and services. As members of British Marine, we are actively involved in supporting their work and collaborating with them on initiatives which help boost and promote engineering skills in the marine industry.

Chris Thornton, Department Manager – Maritime, is on the British Marine Trades Committee.

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