E3R exhibiting at virtual manufacturing careers festival Made Futures
E3 Recruitment (E3R) will be exhibiting at Made Futures 2021, an online virtual careers festival that aims to promote manufacturing as a career path to students, young job seekers, and people who have been made redundant, and may not have considered manufacturing as a career beforehand.
Made Futures, which runs from 22nd-26th March, aims to promote career opportunities in manufacturing whilst identifying ways of helping to get people into employment across the sector.
It is being run by the manufacturing network the Made in Group, and aims to showcase the group’s diverse members who will be exhibiting and promoting their job roles across both skilled and apprenticeship entry-level individuals.
This groundbreaking event will include keynote speeches from industry leaders, alongside roundtable discussions in which subject matter experts will be exploring important topics, such as “Digital Competencies”, “Opportunities for Generation X”, “The Future of Work in Manufacturing” and “Student & Graduate Employability”. This will include free access to panel discussions with industry leaders, mock interviews, CV writing, career speed networking, and more.
E3R has been a patron partner of the Made in Group since 2017, during which time E3R has worked in partnership with a number of Made In members across manufacturing and engineering disciplines, whilst partnering in the development of strong links with industry, and driving the inclusivity and diversity agenda across the industry. The group has grown rapidly and now has 600 UK manufacturers members including Jaguar Land Rover, Liberty, Atlas Copco, Moog, Mazak, Siemens, and Fanuc to name a few.
E3R Director, James Soden, commented: “Like within any industry, there is a changing employment landscape, as such it is vitally important that the industry remains agile in attracting and retaining the best talent. Manufacturing has and always will play a key role in the future success of the British economy. There are skills shortages with an aging workforce; and IR35 legislation changes that will impact the way the industry can engage with talent. Now is the ideal opportunity to promote what incredible opportunities are available across the Manufacturing sector in the UK.
“Last week alone there was £177.5m worth of investment announced in the UK, including four new factories and 1287 new jobs created. Therefore, it is important that we continue to attract new people to the industry, which is why we are supporting Made Futures. It is now more important than ever to engage with a recruiter that knows the manufacturing and engineering recruitment market.”
For more information on Made Futures and to register for tickets please visit: https://g2made.uk/madefutures-j2