Process & Energy

 

Blueprint’s Process & Energy division provides contract, temporary and permanent recruitment solutions across the Water, Industrial Effluent, Conventional Power, Nuclear and Renewables sectors. We provide a comprehensive resource of engineering, commercial and administrative personnel to support the design, project, site and commissioning phases before final handover to the client.

Our team of professional recruiters are dedicated to delivering a high quality recruitment service across both infrastructure and non-infrastructure projects supplying skilled candidates across Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, ICA and Chemical Process Engineering. In addition, we can provide candidates to support the core functions of a project such as Planning Engineers, Estimators, Quantity Surveyors and Document Controllers as well as Process Operators and M&E / ICA Technicians for the maintenance & overseeing of process plant technology.

We aim to provide our clients with the highest level of professional service, whether the requirement is for a temporary resource or for a permanent member of staff. Please call us now for help with your next contract or permanent position.

 

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