BPMA announces Job Seekers Service

Published:  30 January, 2019

A free service has just been launched by the British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) to help unemployed job seekers or anyone facing redundancy, who have a relevant engineering background and is looking for work within the pump sector or its associated trades.

Through this online service, the BPMA will help identify job seekers to those companies which have vacancies specific to the pumps and pump systems related industry.

Many BPMA Members have highlighted the difficulties they face in finding, recruiting and nurturing new talent. In response to this ongoing challenge, the BPMA has launched the Pipeline Vacancy Board where members are encouraged to display any vacancies they may have.

Additionally, the BPMA is keen to work with ‘engineering’ universities based in the UK to help place suitable students within UK pump companies.

Any pump related company with an appropriate engineering vacancy, or any candidate interested in promoting themselves via this service, are encouraged to contact the BPMA’s Steve Smith by email on s.smith@bpma.org.uk.

No individual name or company will be identified on the website as vacancies will have a unique reference number which must be quoted on any application or CV request. Steve Smith will contact the relevant parties for further information as requested, and it is expected that by subscribing to this service all parties will have read and be bound by the BPMA Privacy Statement.

w: www.bpma.org.uk

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