RelyOn Nutec UK hosts recruitment fair to encourage delegates into industry roles

Jenny Davidson, RelyOn Nutec UK

RELYON Nutec, leaders in practical and digital training for traditional and renewable energy, is running a series of job fairs at its UK facilities, starting with Aberdeen on Wednesday 11th October 2023 from 2pm to 4pm.

The free event will be held at RelyOn Nutec Survival & Crisis Centre, Foinavon Close, Dyce, Aberdeen, AB21 7EG, and aims to bring together businesses and individuals looking to take the next steps in their career. Companies in attendance include Bilfinger, Global Resources, Ponticelli, RelyOn Nutec, Semco Maritime, Stena Drilling, Superior Recruitment, Wood and Worley with more potentially still to sign on.

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The theme, Discover your Future in Energy, aims to further RelyOn’s goal to not only train the energy workforce to a high standard, but also to fill the growing skills gap in the UKs energy sector by offering delegates and businesses the opportunity to meet face to face and discuss potential job opportunities.

Jenny Davidson, Head of Marketing and Customer Experience, at RelyOn, said: “We have an exciting mix of businesses who will be taking part in our job fair next week. Worley, which is currently recruiting for around 200 positions for a capital projects programme in the central north sea, and Global Resource Network, which recruits for offshore drilling positions, will both be in attendance, alongside other major key contributors to the local and national energy industry. This job fair offers a rare and unique opportunity to bring together businesses and delegates to discuss the future of the energy sector, through tangible job offers.”

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