Engineering, Procurement, Construction & Manufacturing (EPCM)

Every day, Progressive Global Energy helps companies in the oil & gas and energy sector find and recruit the best available talent.

We specialise in supporting infrastructure and construction companies across the globe, across disciplines and across all project lifecycle stages.  

We provide specialist talent for everything from project inception and FEED through to operations & maintenance. We work with operators and owners in onshore and offshore, upstream, midstream and downstream as well as EPC companies and others in the energy supply chain and in adjacent infrastructure and construction industries.  

We provide exceptional people within the 'Engineering, Procurement, Construction & Manufacturing' (EPCM) market for projects within the infrastructure, mining, resources and energy industries. In this EPCM arrangement, our clients select contractors who provide 'management services' for the whole project on behalf of the client and Progressive Global Energy provides the talent to staff such projects. The EPCM contractor coordinates all design, procurement and construction work and ensures that the whole project is completed as required and in time with the help of our people.  

Our recruiting expertise includes but is not limited to:

Salesforce CPQ Consultant
Salary: £60 - £65 per annum +
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Job Type: Permanent
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Senior Appian Developer
Location: Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Job Type: Contract
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CAD Engineer
Location: Reading, England, United Kingdom
Job Type: Contract
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Manufacturing Engineer
Salary: £300 - £301 per day +
Location: United Kingdom
Job Type: Contract
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