You need to know exactly what you are looking for in your next job. Think about what factors would influence you to go for an interview.
Make a list of the vital elements that really affect whether you take a job offer or not. Know 100% what has the most value to you. Rushing & applying for Jobs that ultimately will result in wasting your time and confusing the process. It can make the job search tedious & feel fruitless.
Be specific. Have standards. Have goals. If you don't set goals for yourself, then you will not achieve them.
So have a clear picture of what you want before you set out on this life changing task of finding yourself your next job in the maintenance industry.
Your Job Search for your next maintenance job, see our jobs, scroll to the end of the page.
A good place to search for a job in maintenance is the Google Job Search, the jobs listed are not paid for, they are indexed from various websites that advertise job roles. Please see the jobs advertised by Blade Recruitment at the end of this page, you can click to apply, all job applications made by clicking below are confidential.
Another good website to consider when looking for a new job is the Facilities Management Journal. Link included for your reference. Many large companies advertise jobs for Maintenance Engineers and other Facilities roles here.
If you are looking for a job in the maintenance industry in Greater London, please see our jobs & vacancy list at the end of the page.
If nothing suits below, Google Job Search has many other jobs to choose from:
Click to go to Google Job Search for a Maintenance Engineer Job in London, if there is nothing suitable on our list below.
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