The UK economic growth is under threat as the skills gap widens and productivity falters. Find out more about our findings on the current state of the UK labour market.View more
Hays Building Services’ consultants have unparalleled recruiting expertise and an in-depth knowledge of the UK building services jobs market. As a testament to our track record and ability to match the best building services professionals with the top building services jobs, Hays is the only recruitment consultancy endorsed by the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).
Our building services jobs that our experts are currently recruiting for include Mechanical Design Engineer jobs, Electrical Design Engineer jobs, Sustainability jobs, M&E CAD jobs, M&E Quantity Surveyor jobs, M&E Estimator jobs, Mechanical Project Manager jobs and Electrical Project Manager jobs.
We have offices and building services jobs across the UK, including London, Glasgow, Birmingham, Belfast, Southamption, Leicester, Bristol Cambridge, all of which are providing candidates with market leading career advice.
Hays is proud to be the only recruitment consultancy to be endorsed by CIBSE.
Celebrating the best achievements from the past year across the built environment the awards acknowledge the contributions made by individuals and teams to the UK construction industry.
As well as sourcing quality candidates for our clients, we also sponsor numerous C&P awards and events to support the built environment industry.Read more
Are you being paid enough? Find out instantly how your salary compares across the UK. Construction has seen a high increase in the demand for both temp and perm employees across the UK.
Hays Construction & Property are currently hiring for recruitment consultants.Find out more
Are you developing the skills employers are looking for? See how your skills rate in the Capability Gap Report 2015.View more
Issue 10 of the Hays Journal has launched, offering insight into topical issues and trends in the world of work.Find out more about the Hays Journal