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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

1. Press Officer (Part Time)

Closing date: Jul 20, 2018

Up to £35,000 pro-rata

EngineeringUK is expanding its Communications team to drive the delivery of a new strategy to support our ambition to inspire tomorrow’s engineers and increase the talent pipeline into engineering. This is an exciting time for EngineeringUK and we’re looking for experienced, resourceful marcomms professionals to join us as we develop our brands, programmes and partnerships. If you think your skills and experience are right for the Press Officer role (0.5FTE), we’d love to hear from you.

The Press Officer will deliver a pro-active, high impact and responsive press office, successfully securing coverage and raising the profile of EngineeringUK and its programmes and products. Reporting to the Head of Communications, you will work with internal and external/agency colleagues to identify ways to maximise media coverage and other profile-raising opportunities and reinforce clear, consistent messaging. You will play a key role in delivering one of the core pillars of the 2018-23 strategy: establishing EngineeringUK as a recognised, trusted voice and thought leader by government, employers and professional institutions, on the engineering labour market, talent pipeline, and best approaches to engage young people.

Key activities:

  • Developing an understanding of and expertise in EngineeringUK programmes and identifying proactive and reactive opportunities to share stories about who we are, what we do and why
  • Securing media coverage across all target media
  • Writing press releases, reactive statements, news articles and editorial copy
  • Supporting agency delivery of national PR campaigns - The Big Bang Fair and Tomorrow’s Engineers Week
  • Identifying opportunities and responding to media enquiries
  • Developing relationships with trade and vertical media
  • Supporting message development and delivery tools
  • Briefing and mobilising spokespeople
  • Monitoring, evaluating and reporting media coverage

To apply send a send a CV and covering letter, outlining suitability for the role, to

We reserve the right to close position applications ahead of deadline.

Download the job specifications here

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2. Employer Support Manager - Eastern Region - Full Time

Closing date: Jun 11, 2018

Salary: c. £35,000, dependent on experience

The Employer Support Manager will be the face/representative of EngineeringUK in the Eastern Region of England. The role of the Employer Support Manager is to increase EngineeringUK’s membership to inspire tomorrow’s engineers and increase the talent pipeline locally. Working with employers already committed to school engagement activities, who are already working with 5 + schools (or have the capacity to do so), through a step by step programme that will enhance their existing activities and further increase their reach, helping to improve their return on investment by enhancing the impact of their activities. This will be done through the use of best practice guides, knowledge sharing and evaluation tools. Working collaboratively with the STEM community, Local Enterprise Partnerships, Career & Enterprise programme and other active organisations, to facilitate school relationships. In their first year, the ESM will aim to build a paying membership network of at least 25 medium to large employers who actively and regularly engage with schools.

After engaging the medium and large Employers, the ESM will target smaller active employers, via hubs, to increase the scope and scale of the programme. Where possible linking employers with each other so that, centres of activity and employer communities are formed.

To find out more about this role and how to apply, please download the supporting document.

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