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EngineeringUK was formed in 2002 as The Engineering and Technology Board, a charity established to promote engineers, engineering and technology by raising public awareness.

Key benefits

Employer pension contribution

Employer contribution of 10% to pension, matched by 5% employee contribution. Employee can opt out in which case no pension applies.

Free annual health check

Free annual health check to all employees over 40 or over 35 with 3 or more years' service.

Health insurance

Optional private healthcare scheme. This is a taxable benefit to the employee. 

Permanent health insurance on long term incapacity.

Season ticket

Season ticket loan.

Current vacancies

There are currently 2 job vacancies at EngineeringUK

Chief Executive Officer

Closing date: Apr 30, 2017


EngineeringUK is an independent, not-for-profit organisation which is the main vehicle for the wider UK engineering community to promote engineering and technology into schools to inspire tomorrow’s engineers, and to improve the supply of engineers from the education system. We work in close partnership with many organisations to achieve this, especially the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Professional Engineering Institutions, STEM Learning and many of the UK’s major companies. The organisation has some 50 employees and in our outreach programmes to schools, children and their key influencers, we encourage and leverage the efforts of many thousands of others.

EngineeringUK is best known for its two flagship projects:

  • The Big Bang; the UK’s annual Young Scientists & Engineers Fair which attracted over 60,000 young people in March 2017 and reaches an additional 150,000 young people nationwide via local Fairs.
  • Tomorrow’s Engineers; a programme of coordinated schools outreach and careers inspiration which seeks to create the next generation of engineers.

These core programmes are supported by the extensively researched annual EngineeringUK report which is the go-to reference for government, industry and the education system on the state of the engineering sector.

Further information on EngineeringUK and profiles of the Directors can be found on its website which is


The new Chief Executive will lead the organisation, setting its strategic direction and providing overall management, and will be the external face with a broad range of stakeholders across the education system, industry, government and the engineering sector.


  • High-profile leader with the credibility, stature and passion to promote the vital importance of engineering to the UK economy.
  • Action-oriented and able to motivate, steer, delegate and coach the leadership team and wider organisation to achieve great results.
  • Personal flair and charisma to improve the national perception of engineering and technology in the UK, with the energy and enthusiasm to drive change in public perceptions and attract more young people into engineering and technology.
  • An excellent networker, communicator and facilitator, able to manage a broad range of stakeholders across institutes, academia, government, business and the wider public.
  • A natural collaborator; seeks out and builds powerful partnerships with others.
  • A team player with high emotional intelligence, a flexible leadership style and strong people skills.
  • Creative and strategic, but pragmatic.
  • Powerful analytical skills; able to interpret complex data and draw clear and powerful insights.
  • A self-starter, with high energy, resilience and humility.
  • Mature, robust, calm and confident; experience of driving growth and transformation would be helpful.
  • An interest in and empathy with the broad Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) world.
  • A passion for and experience in leading on diversity and inclusiveness issues.


A wide range of possible backgrounds could be relevant, including experience of the following areas:

  • Corporate world: a senior role in business, technical or operational leadership or in marketing or External Affairs, in a company where engineering and technology play a key role.
  • Education: with deep insight into STEM issues especially in secondary, further and higher education, and ideally having leadership experience on the diversity and inclusiveness agenda regarding gender and disadvantaged communities.
  • Engineering: an understanding of the PEI landscape as well as having practiced as an engineer could be helpful.

The closing date for applications is 30 April. Please send your CV or make any enquiries to at MWM Consulting.

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Data Insight Analyst

Closing date: Apr 28, 2017

The Data Insight Analyst is a newly-created role at EngineeringUK which will play a key part in helping the organisation measure and improve its outreach programmes, contributing to the delivery of the organisation’s objectives. The role will also have increased exposure to analytics and you will be trained on digital marketing and social media analysis and analytics.

"EngineeringUK is an independent, not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to: “promote the vital role of engineers, engineering and technology in our society and to inspire people to pursue careers at all levels in engineering and technology”.

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