Edie is just the job for careers
Regular users of this site will have noticed that in recent months we've upped our efforts to meet the needs of jobseekers and employers trying to fill important posts.As the environmental sector grows at break-neck pace there are a wealth of employment opportunities and the need to good staff is of paramount importance.
We aim to continue providing all the service we know you appreciate whilst also making edie the first port of call for those who are looking for a new role in the sector, whether they be taking their first step on the career ladder or climbing up a rung or two.
We can also offer employers an accessible channel to communicate with some of the keenest minds in the sector and the chance to woo them over.
For those who missed it, we published our first Edie Careers Supplement at the beginning of January, a combined print and online publication bringing you the latest news on the lively employment market as well as countless jobs and leads to follow up. The online version can be viewed here.
And this month we have dedicated our latest Special Report to recruitment and training opportunities.
The latest keynote articles can also be found on-site and provide expert sector-by-sector insight into the environmental job markets with analysis of recent developments and predictions for the future.
Our job centre is constantly updated and as a dynamic web page rather than a printed publication, it means the jobs appear the moment they become available, giving those searching for the prime post an advantage over those who are relying on the printed press for their career leads.
We hope this added service is of value to our users and helps them make the most of their potential in this rapidly-growing area.
As Trade and Industry Secretary Alistair Darling said recently, the next Bill Gates will come from the environmental technology sector. By providing the most up to date information on the opportunities out there, we hope we can help you improve your chances of making it you!