High demand driving jobs board growth says Defence Connect partner

BMT Group has enjoyed great success with the Defence Connect jobs board.

BMT began advertising for jobs on Defence Connect this year for the first time. The defence industry is renowned for attracting extremely hard-to-get applicants with expertise in areas such as naval architecture and asset management. 

A BMT spokesman said, "These people are currently in high demand due to Australia’s expansion of the defence industry. There are just not enough of these people! Thanks to advertising on Defence Connect, we received more applicants than usual for our positions, but more importantly, these applicants were of a better fit and of a higher calibre than we usually receive through other sources.

"These applicants were more industry specific and at the level of expertise we were looking for. We also heard from more people we believe we would not have usually heard from. We are now committed to continually advertise for positions on Defence Connect as a first option to find the right people." 

As a leading international design, engineering, science and risk management consultancy with a reputation for engineering excellence, BMT is driven by a belief that things can always be better, safer, faster and more efficient.

To advertise with the Defence Connect jobs board, register an account here

 

 

High demand driving jobs board growth says Defence Connect partner
lawyersweekly logo
FROM THE WEB
Recommended by Spike Native Network

more from defence connect

06:55
DST helping Army to out-fox the enemy
Minister for Defence, Christopher Pyne has welcomed a new research development between DST and Rhein...
07:00
F-35Bs begin deployment as US and UK step up operation of 5th gen variant
The two largest operators of the Short Take-off Vertical Landing (STOVL) 'B' variant of the fifth ge...
06:50
The Germans are coming! ASC welcomes Lürssen to Osborne's shipyards
ASC has welcomed permanent representatives from Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) prime contractor Lürss...