Contractors may benefit from engineering firm expansion
Contractors with specialist skills in the engineering sector will be interested to hear that engineering company, Jee, will be creating over a hundred new jobs in the UK.
The multi-discipline engineering and training firm Jee plans to create up to 150 new jobs in the UK, as it looks to increase its turnover to £20m, from £5m, over the next four years.
Currently, the company is divided between Aberdeen and Kent, however, Jee will be expanding its Aberdeen team into new premises and opening a central London engineering office.
This firm could potentially create up to 40 jobs by the end of 2013.
Managing director, Trevor Jee, said, “Our biggest growth area has been in subsea projects. A large focus for 2012 has been adding to our subsea engineering team, building on the wealth of knowledge the company already possesses as our client portfolio rapidly increases in this area.
This recruitment drive will carry on into 2013, allowing the Jee team to continue providing clients with the range of expert knowledge they are looking for in large and complex projects.”
He added, “With our combination of engineering and training, we are also able to address the skills shortage, developing engineers from outside of the industry into subsea specialists through our conversion programme, creating a bigger talent pool for this sector.”