The FM Job Search Compendium

facilities job search

Figures show that one in seven workers in the UK were made redundant from their jobs since the start of the recession. As a result, many people find themselves with the choice to either stay in the same career path and find a similar role, or opt for new opportunities.

With the uncertain economy, business’s are needing to run as smoothly as ever to ensure productivity, which has allowed for FM to emerge as a key business discipline. The facilities management market in the UK alone is worth in excess of £100bn. With such a thriving industry, its not surprising that people are seeking employment in the sector. A role in FM requires you to organise and take over the ‘non-core’ services of a company so that they function efficiently. Therefore you will expected to complete a host of jobs from plumbing to budget control, no two days are the same.

If the above sounds appealing, and you are looking to enter the world of facilities management, you’ll be pleased to hear that Maxwell Stephens have created an eBook that could prove useful.  As experts in Facilities Management recruitment, we decided to share our knowledge and create a detailed eBook containing all the information you need to know about working in FM. It discusses the best strategies to use when looking for a FM role, and how increase your chances of securing a job. The FM Job Search Compendium is worth a read if you are considering a career change, or want to explore facilities management.

 

To obtain your free copy please visit www.fmjobguide.com/. We will send the compendium to your email address once we have received your request.

 

If you would like to speak with one of our recruitment consultants please contact us online or call 0207 484 5009 and we will be happy to assist you.

 

If you would like to receive further advice and information you may be interested in our additional websites;

www.facilitiesrecruit.com – We created a publication called the ‘7 things you need to know before you recruit in FM’. Visit the link to request a copy for free.
www.jobsinfm.com – Maxwell Stephens ran a Salary Survey in 2012 to gain insight into the working conditions in FM. The results were published and you can receive those by clicking the link.
www.facilitiesrecruitment.com – This page features job vacancies. Visit the link and submit your CV for positions you are interested in