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Beers and Careers: Cambridge Engineering Network Event

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Publicity Officer, IMechE Beds & Cambs area.

This is the second time we are running this successful event. It is particularly intended for early and mid-career professionals, to discuss and consider where your next job may be.

There are no formal presentations or slide shows. Just turn up, have a drink, and chat informally to whoever you wish.

Advisors from selected Cambridge companies will be in attendance, who will be able to tell you about careers with their companies, and their current recruitment needs.

You can also discuss professional registration with the IMechE and IET . Or chat with fellow engineers about their experience in the Cambridge jobs market.

Beer, soft drinks, coffee and light snacks will be sponsored, with menu items available to purchase from the Espresso Library.

Date: Tuesday 8th March 2016

Time: 19.00 to 21.00. No formal agenda, so you can drop in as you wish.

Venue: Espresso Library, 210 East Road, Cambridge CB1 1BG . The award-winning coffee shop and bar, on East Road in the new building round the corner from the Parkside fire station on Parker’s Piece, near the East Road and Mill Road traffic lights. (

Parking: Queen Anne Terrace multi-storey, Gonville Place, Cambridge CB1 1ND (

Free to attend. No booking required.

We are grateful for kind support of Cambridge Consultants.

This event is organised jointly by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Cambridge Network and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Beds and Cambs area.

This talk is part of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (Cambridgeshire Area) series.

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