Are your engineering students finding it hard to find a job in Industry?
Industry Ready is an initiative to give engineering students the best possible chance of landing their dream job. The job they have been training for years!
We know you want your students to succeed and so do we!
We are a helping hand for students who are looking for internships, graduate positions or part time work experience whilst studying a Masters. Instead of your students applying for 100’s of jobs, in a hope to find one.
Industry Ready is an engineering platform, where students upload one profile, one CV and perform one online interview. We ask specially designed questions, to match their skills with industry, eliminating any unconscious bias.
Industry Ready uses a Matching model to align your student’s skills to the right position and organisation to suit them.
Our model runs on a two-way matching system. So, your students don’t have to second guess which company they should apply to for work. We notify students of the best organisations to suit them.
We ask specially designed questions to the student and the company, to go deeper. We match on a variety of levels, to eliminate unconscious bias. So that we don’t discriminate on any level at selection stage.
We can complement your University Services to offer a variety of specific engineering industry training and resources, to get your students ready for work. Students can take advantage of FREE tips and tricks, online training and mentoring from experienced engineers.
We offer Industry Ready training at three levels. Foundation, Intermediate and Professional. So, your students have the confidence and the skills to start work - Industry Ready!
We know attending an interview can make students nervous. So, we offer an online video interview (in the comfort of your own home). Companies can watch a short online video interview to conduct their first round of shortlisting.
Students can choose how long they want to subscribe for: 1 month, 3 months, 5 months or 12 months. This allows student to take control of their search for work with additional benefits.