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What employers say

In this section we bring you the perspectives of different employers to show what they look for in potential engineers and the contribution they feel that women and girls can make to their sector. We are keen to highlight as broad a range of potential careers as possible so this section will continue to grow in the coming months.


The National Careers Service Guide to Engineering
The Plain Guide to Employment and Skills in the Engineering Sector
Added on: 14/01/2013


Sheffield Futures' guide to engineering
Explore the document for information about how to get into engineering
Added on: 14/01/2013


Heather Bridge

Heather Bridge, FDM
IT Training Manager
Added on: 23/08/2012


Laura Wigley

Laura Wigley, Jaguar Land Rover
HR Consultant - Graduate Recruitment
Added on: 23/04/2012


Mark Roughsedge, TWI
Sector Manager- Membership Development, TWI (The Welding Institute)
Added on: 11/04/2012


Steve Gerrard

Steve Gerrard, United Utilities
Why women should choose engineering
Added on: 05/04/2012


Andy Reeder

Andy Reeder of Firth Rixson
Operations director encourages more women engineers
Added on: 09/12/2011


Jo Chesters

Jo Chesters of Cummins
Views on how team working is important in engineering
Added on: 09/12/2011


Andy Renouf

Andy Renouf of Tata Steel
How a steel company is enthusiastic for women engineers
Added on: 09/12/2011


Debora Reee

Deborah Rees of Firth Rixson
HR Manager of engineering company discusses women entering the profession
Added on: 09/12/2011