Monthly Archives: August 2011

How to add value to your career as a fire systems designer?

Many engineers have difficulty with the word ‘salesman’. They don’t mind being called a contracts manager, a design engineer or a project engineer or project manager but try to avoid calling them a sales engineer or even worse a salesman … Continue reading

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What makes a successful Technical Manager in the Ventilation sector?

Evidence from firms recruiting Technical Managers suggests that there are several key attributes they require. Firstly in order to succeed in this role, a Technical Manager must be able to get their team to turn around quotes for the sales … Continue reading

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Smoke extraction design engineer works from home

It used to be that only salesmen worked from home. But increasingly this is being extended to all kinds of technical staff as the technology for remote working improves all the time. With laptops, Virtual Private Networks, Hot Desking and … Continue reading

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