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Women in Industry: Mary Kenneth Keller

Mary Kenneth Keller: The first woman to earn a PhD in Computer Science in the US was also a Nun. Find out more here.

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Job of the week: Hardware Engineering Manager

We are recruiting for a Hardware Engineering Manager to join a newly formed company from a joint venture between a global electrical and specialist scientific equipment company.

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Regulating innovation: the biggest challenge

One of the biggest challenges in the tech world at the moment is how can you regulate disruptive tech innovation, whilst not limiting its growth. In our latest blog article we discuss this topic in more detail.

We have rebranded to form CK Technical

We are delighted to announce that we have rebranded. CK IT and CK Engineers have merged together to form CK Technical. 

Job of the week: Mechanical Engineer

This week we have an amazing opportunity to join a well established and specialised company in the heart of Chesterfield on a permanent basis

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Women in Industry: Sameera Moussa

Did you know that one of the early pioneers of nuclear medicine was a woman called Sameera Moussa? I bet you didn’t. You may never have heard her name before but you definitely should have. Find out more here.

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A female engineer joins the Mr Men series, Little Miss Inventor

It was recently announced that a new character will be joining the Mr Men and Little Miss series and she is an engineer, Little Miss Inventor. Find out more here.

Meet the Employers at Manchester Metropolitan

We are attending the Meet the Employers event held at the Manchester Metropolitan University where we will be giving engineering students advice on how to find their first role in industry. Find out more here.

CK Engineers job of the week: CNC Precision Machinist

A fantastic opportunity for a CNC Precision Machinist to join a multi-national oil and gas service business on a permanent basis. Find out more here.

Should we be worried about the future of the engineering industry?

With 50% of the engineering workforce set to retire by 2020, should we be worried about the future of the engineering industry?

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