A major component of engineering is the application of scientific and mathematical knowledge to real-life, practical problems. All the items around you were designed, constructed, and built by engineers: cars, computers, TVs, mobile phones, tunnels, houses, shops, roads, and medical equipment. The engineering industry covers every aspect of modern life. There is a growing need for people in this sector! In the Engineering Industry, you will find a fantastic opportunity no matter what your background, skills, or qualifications are.
Depending on the role you hold, you may be working as a Building Management Systems Engineer or Service Engineer, in which case you will have fantastic experience and knowledge of commissioning Building Management Systems, in particular Trend and Tridium. Your responsibilities will include performing software modifications, writing, and creating graphics alongside a team of engineers. As a Service Engineer, you maintain Building Management Systems on a proactive and reactive basis. It is essential that you have a thorough understanding of BMS (Building Management Systems) hardware, wiring, and networking. You will possess the knowledge and experience to be involved with small project work as well as have a sound knowledge of HVAC principles.
There are four counties in the East of England: Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, and Essex. With London Stansted Airport, the International Gateway to the East of England, it is well connected with Europe and the rest of the world. In addition, Norwich International Airport offers multiple flights daily from Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam and London Southend Airport. This region has much to recommend it to expatriates considering a move to the UK and who are considering the East of England as a reasonable option. This area is interesting to live in and to travel around because of its history and culture, its accessibility to London, and its contrast between the flat Fenland countryside and the attractive rolling countryside of Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. Aside from that, property prices in the region are considerably lower than those in London and the South-East. As a final note, parents will have a range of excellent schooling options available to them when considering the wealth of private schools in the region – more than 200 of which are well-known names like Bedford, Berkhamstead, Kings School Ely, Radlett, Summerhill, and Tring. It is just this alone that can make the East of England very attractive, especially to those working and trying to sell houses in the region.