Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards 2013
This prestigious award honours the very best early career female engineers working in the UK today
5 December 2013 | The Pullman Hotel, London St Pancras, UK
2013 headline sponsors
At BP Fuels and Lubricants Technology, we’re constantly pioneering innovations and technology to keep pace with the way the world is moving. Committed to pushing new frontiers in product development and testing, we also recognise the value of recruiting promising talent and the brightest technical minds.
Right now, we’re on the lookout for talented automotive and mechanical engineers to come and join us. People just like you, who share our passion for technology. With a positive, open environment BP isn’t just a great place to come, it’s the perfect place to stay and develop as an expert.
Are you up for the challenge? To find out more, please visit www.bp.com/careers.
Terrorism. Drug-smuggling. Arms dealing. Cybercrime. Money laundering.
You might think the world of intelligence and security services is a male-orientated world. Not so. It’s important for us to fully reflect Britain’s population, which means we’re fully committed to diversity and the different perspectives it brings to our work. Women are under-represented in technical and engineering roles. So if you’re looking for a genuinely interesting career with outstanding development potential, consider GCHQ. Using some of the world’s most powerful technology, we work alongside MI5 and MI6 in helping counter threats to Britain.
Based in Cheltenham, ours is a highly technical environment, and we recruit graduates from all disciplines into entry level roles in a huge range of technical and engineering functions. While the work is totally unique, the skills and professional qualifications you gain will be industry standard, and transferable. Everyone benefits from personalised training, mentoring and shadowing.
For more details visit www.gchq-careers.co.uk applicants must be British citizens.
For over 40 years Intel has been leading and bringing new technology to the marketplace. Now we are building on our historical strength in silicon innovation and global manufacturing capacity to create new products and technologies making people's lives more exciting, fulfilling, and manageable.
Creating an inclusive environment where every employee feels valued is at the core of our business. Our business accomplishments are a direct result of our diverse employees around the globe our differences are our strength, and we will continue to hire and retain the best talent from an increasingly global and diverse labour pool. We believe this will result in a better understanding of our customers' needs and we never stop looking for the next leap ahead in technology, education, culture, manufacturing, and social responsibility. Simply put, we want to be the best at everything we do.
Our global workforce possesses a unique set of experiences and abilities that have been critical to our success. Our passion for innovation has helped us maintain our role as a technology leader. We respect the viewpoints of all our people and honour the values of discipline, quality, and risk-taking that our company was built on. Come on in!
For more information please visit www.intel.com/jobs.
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Ofcom is the regulator of the UK communications industries, with responsibilities across television, radio, telecommunications, wireless and postal communications services.
The communications sectors are among the most fast-moving in the world, introducing innovative new technologies that can transform our lives. Sitting in the middle of this extraordinary activity is Ofcom.
We tangle with hot topics such as understanding the impact of new technology and the utilisation and protection of scarce spectrum. Engineers play a central role in supporting Ofcom's strategic direction, influencing national and international regulatory policy for spectrum, promoting competition and innovation - all of which are vital to the UK economy. Ofcom is right at the heart of the communications industries and you can be part of it too.
We’re really proud to be sponsoring the IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards, which recognise outstanding female engineers in the UK. One of our main aims is to attract and retain top quality people, who are the best in their field and we are looking for talented female engineers and technologists to join us.
Ofcom is a dynamic place to work, offering employees the opportunity to combine high-level and intellectually challenging work in a rewarding environment. We are open to and support a range of flexible working practices to enable colleagues to balance their home and work lives. We have a competitive maternity scheme which supports employees before, during and after their maternity leave.
We provide compelling and competitive benefits, such as childcare vouchers, health checks, and a range of insurance. We have an active community volunteering programme, and we actively encourage colleagues to support the local community.
We’re looking for the best people that want to be part of the fast-paced communications sector. To find out more, please visit http://jobs.ofcom.org.uk/.
Royal Air Force is proud to announce their sponsorship of the highly coveted and prestigious IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards 2011. The awards recognise the very best female engineers which the UK has to offer, highlighting the achievements of women in science, engineering and technology. The RAF is keen to promote women and Engineering Excellence as these skills are an intrinsic part of many different careers within the RAF. By raising awareness of the accomplishments of women engineers, The RAF can ensure that they continue their tradition of being at the peak of the engineering profession.
For more information about engineering excellence in the RAF please visit www.raf.mod.uk/careers.
Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies. With approximately 87,000 employees in more than 70 countries, our aim is to help meet the world’s growing demand for energy in economically, environmentally and socially responsible ways.
A career with Shell is more than just a day job. It’s an opportunity to join a company working to unlock new energy sources and squeeze more from what we have; building a better energy future for us all. We believe joining Shell means getting more from your working life than you thought possible.
To learn more about our current engineering opportunities and apply online, visit www.shell.com/careers/technical
The United Kingdom Association of Professional Engineers (UKAPE) was formed in 1969 for engineers, technologists, managers and professional staff. It is a democratic organisation run by its members for the benefit of its members.
Whilst chartered and incorporated engineers may be members of their professional institutions, these are learned societies and are therefore constitutionally prevented from legally representing their members. Fortunately, UKAPE can do exactly that, when necessary, and is in effect an insurance against the many problems likely to occur in an Engineer’s career.
We aim to help our members in their day-to-day working lives but our long-term aim is to improve the status of both the individual and the profession. We have sponsored:
To find out more, please visit www.ukape.org.uk/
Virgin Media is the first provider of all four broadband, TV, mobile phone and home phone services in the UK.
The company’s cable network – the result of a multi-billion pound private investment – delivers ultrafast broadband connections to over half of all UK homes, with speeds of up to 100Mb, and is being expanded to reach thousands more people across the country.
Virgin Media has developed the most advanced interactive television service, bringing together broadcast TV, thousands of hours of on demand programming and the best of the web in a single set-top box powered by TiVo. The company was the first to offer HD TV and 3D on demand to millions of UK households.
Virgin Media also operates the most popular virtual mobile network in the UK which, when launched, was the world’s first such mobile phone service. It is also one of the largest fixed-line home phone providers in the country.
Virgin Media Inc. is listed on the NASDAQ Stock Market and the London Stock Exchange (VMED). For more information, go to www.virginmedia.com.