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C&C Catering: More Engineers Required

24 June 2013

Flintshire-based company C&C Catering Engineers has confirmed its intention to employ more engineers to join its growing company and in doing so hopes to highlight the ''exciting opportunities in the engineering industry for both men and women''.

Founded in 1998, C&C Catering Engineers provides a professional emergency repairs and preventative maintenance service for catering equipment, working with clients from the hospitality industry to schools and local authorities. It says its planned strategy to hire further engineering staff is in line with a growing need for its services and ambitious plans for expansion over the next 12 months.

C&C Catering Engineers' director, Julie Dewar has said she welcomes applications from all qualified engineers, but currently with an all-male staff, would be delighted to receive interest from female engineers too.

As the female director of an engineering company herself, a traditionally male dominated industry, Dewar says she's keen to present the same opportunities to women who wish to succeed in the role and dispel the perceptions of engineering that have thus far seen them underrepresented in the field.

Dewar says C&C Catering Engineers will hold an open day for local teenagers later in the year, aimed at inspiring young people who wish to explore a career in engineering. "We are very much looking forward to welcoming local youngsters on-site to learn more about engineering." she said.

"We hope we'll have female interest too and can help redress the current gender imbalance of the discipline, encouraging more young women to consider studying engineering. Overall, we're delighted to be able to share our expertise with those willing to learn about something new, and potentially, 'tomorrow's engineers'."

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