Up to 160 jobs are to be created in East Yorkshire thanks to a new manufacturing plant at Saltend.
Hull-based Sondia Lighting today officially opened its new factory at the city’s IPark development, as part of its plans to exploit the emerging opportunities within the low carbon and renewable energy industries.
Green Port Hull’s Pathway to Employment programme has been crowned winner of the ‘Excellence in Renewables Skills & Training’ award at the Humber Renewables Awards.
Some of the Humber region’s largest employers are supporting a Green Port Hull initiative to encourage women to choose a career in manufacturing and engineering.
Four months since the opening of its manufacturing facility at Alexandra Dock, Siemens will be showcasing future employment opportunities at a careers open day aimed at women. Green Port Hull’s Women into Manufacturing and Engineering (WiME) event is being held this Saturday (March 11th) at the Guildhall, Hull.
Two key figures from Women into Manufacturing and Engineering (WiME), a Green Port Hull initiative to encourage women to choose a career in these industries, have been shortlisted in the Northern Power Women Awards.
Companies from across Hull and the East Riding attended an event last week to find out more about employment and supply chain opportunities at Energy Works, a new, advanced waste-to-energy facility in east Hull.
Female students in Hull and the East Riding who are unsure of their next step after school are being encouraged to attend an open event next month which will showcase careers in manufacturing and engineering.