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  • How valuable is this RICS Expert Witness Certificate? Posted by Stuart Hackett on Tuesday, July 09, 2019

    The RICS Expert Witness Certificate is appearing more frequently on candidate CV’s in the construction disputes sector. For those of you unfamiliar with this course, I’ll shed some light on what it is, and how valuable it may be to your career.…

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  • Making the move from Traditional Planning into Expert Witness Services Posted by Stuart Hackett on Thursday, May 16, 2019

    Working in Expert Witness Services and being involved in construction disputes has always been an appealing and lucrative sector to work in for construction professionals, however this sector seems to be growing year on year.…

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  • Striking a Balance: Tips for Candidates Posted by Steve Thomas on Monday, April 29, 2019

    Employers are looking for more than just technical ability alone, they want a mix of both hard and soft skills. Here’s how to get that across.…

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  • Claims: What should I do next? Chartership or Masters? Posted by Stuart Hackett on Tuesday, March 19, 2019

    For candidates wanting to make a move into the construction claims and expert witness industry, qualifications and professional memberships are very important additions to your CV in order to be an attractive candidate to leading employers.…

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  • Making the move from Quantity Surveying into Expert Witness Services Posted by Stuart Hackett on Monday, February 18, 2019

    Working in Expert Witness services can provide some of the most lucrative salaries and bonuses within the construction industry. For many Quantity Surveyors, making the move into this niche and lucratively paid sector is an appealing prospect.…

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  • How Language Skills May Give You a Cutting Edge in the Disputes Sector Posted by Stuart Hackett on Friday, December 14, 2018

    Multilingual candidates can be very sought after in the Disputes sector, even for roles based in the UK where you may be required to work on international projects.…

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  • Acronyms in the World of Construction Posted by Katie Keenan on Tuesday, November 27, 2018

    Being new to the construction industry and the recruitment industry, I am quickly learning about acronyms in the construction world. There is a special language just for people in the industry and it takes a while to key in to all the buzz words and letters.…

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  • AI in the Hiring Process Posted by Richard Poulter on Wednesday, October 17, 2018

    AI is the latest trend in recruitment; see how companies are using AI to find skilled staff for vacancies, including us here at Maxim Recruitment…

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  • Higher Education: A Hidden Gem of Opportunity Posted by Steve Thomas on Tuesday, October 16, 2018

    Increasing student numbers has driven investment in HE facilities, requiring experienced engineers, project managers, and commercial and claims managers…

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  • The importance of stability for permanent job seekers Posted by Adam Cadwaladr on Tuesday, August 21, 2018

    As a permanent sector recruitment consultancy, Maxim are always assessing the stability & continuity of candidates that we speak with. So for those companies wanting to employ on a permanent basis, why is this aspect of your CV so important even if all of your other skills are good enough?…

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