16 October 2023
In this blog post, Daria discusses the advantages of working with a specialist recruitment agency like Maxim Recruitment and how we can support you with your next career move in the UK or overseas.
25 January 2023
LinkedIn reliably informed me this morning that I have worked at Maxim Recruitment for 20 years! Here I reflect and have a look at the present and to the future.
24 June 2022
Although some of these basics may sound clichéd and banal, it never hurts to go over the seemingly obvious, even the best of us can be prone to momentary lapses in the awareness of the obvious.
21 May 2019
If you are looking for overseas jobs in construction, here’s our quick guide on where to search and what to look out for.
18 October 2018
October this year will mark my 11th anniversary with Maxim Recruitment. It’s been some journey! During such time I’ve predominantly recruited for Quantity Surveyors and construction disputes staff
23 July 2018
I’ve always felt that major airport projects hold a certain prestige within the construction industry. Expatriate construction professionals have been spoilt for choice on such projects within the International marketplace over recent years.
11 December 2017
Take a look at how the end to tax-free living in the Middle East will change the UAE construction business – everything from real estate to materials importation
21 September 2017
So you want to work abroad? We highlight some of the reasons many construction professionals are flocking to Hong Kong, Malaysia and the Middle East.
24 July 2017
Expat construction employment in the Middle East slows down while nowhere appears to be any busier than the UK over the last 12-24 months
18 April 2017
Futuristic Hyperloop travel is heading to the Middle East as agreements and feasibility studies are in motion for public and logistics construction
23 January 2017
The Dubai Strategic Sewer Project will offer many opportunities to engineers, tunnelling experts and other construction professionals over the next five years
24 November 2016
With ambitious plans for the UK Construction industry over the next 20 years, it's a very fair concern to wonder where the labour force is going to come from