Connexus can connect you to a range of workplace technology engineering jobs

We are the leading recruitment agency for Workplace Technology Engineering jobs within the building services sector we can introduce you to a wide variety of positions and opportunities that can take your career in new directions.

Our recruitment experts are passionate about intimately getting to know the Workplace Technology engineers that we work with, so that we can guide and advocate for them when it comes to finding that new opportunity.

We know that your career is individual to you, and that no two opportunities are the same which is why take a consultative approach.

So if you’re an Workplace Technology specialist within design, installation, or integration, or you are looking to make a pivot from another industry, we can connect you to companies that fits your professional and personal goals and ambitions, so that you can focus on building your new future.
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In a post covid era, workplace technology has become more imperative as workforces become increasingly digital and safety becomes imperative. Demand for workplace technology professionals has increased, making the job market more competitive.

We’ve spent over a decade working doing the research for you, building a network of companies, ranging from boutique building services engineering consultancies and workplace technology engineering specialists to major global multi-disciplinary engineering firms, design and construct contractors, builders, developers, and client-side entities.

We have tried and tested these companies to measure their culture, benefits (and weaknesses), work life balance, project portfolios and career advancement opportunities, so that whether you are simply testing the waters, or seriously exploring new opportunities, we can connect you to the right companies that can allow you to thrive both inside and outside of work.

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Recruitment Experts

Our recruitment team focuses on supporting candidates across the building services sector. Our knowledge of what companies are looking for in a workplace technology consultant, and our broad network of contacts means that many of the roles we work on are often never advertised. If you’re interested in exploring a new career, contact us today to find out how we can help you make your next move.

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Engineering Experts

We understand what you want from a career but every job seeker is different, that’s why we listen to your needs and only match you to the right opportunities. We have a strong network of engineering firms who trust us with their hiring needs, which means many of the roles we work on are never advertised. If you’re interested in exploring a new career, contact our friendly recruitment team today.

Workplace Technology Consultant FAQs

The expected salary for a workplace technology consultant varies as you become more experienced.

  • Newly trained graduate workplace technology consultants can earn $60,000 - $67,000
  • Junior workplace technology consultants can earn $65,000 - $80,000
  • Trained workplace technology consultants with some experience can earn $80,000 - $105,000
  • Senior workplace technology consultants can earn $110,000 - $140,000.*
  • Associate workplace technology consultants can earn $145,000 - $165,000.*
  • Principal workplace technology consultants can earn $160,000 - $190,000.*
  • Associate Directors can earn $180,000 - $220,000.*
  • Directors can earn $240,000 - $300,000.

*Salary may depend on discipline, location, qualifications, accreditations and network/ability to generate business.

Additional skills which may benefit anyone considering a job as a workplace technology consultant include:

  • Competence in the design, construction and/or integration of ICT services (buildings), structured cabling, telecommunication systems, desktops and screens, smart meeting room technology, PA systems, meeting room booking systems, smart access controls
  • Understanding Systems and Networks, diverse operating systems like Windows, Linux, or Mac, Cloud administration and applications such as; AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure and Oracle
  • Awareness of the latest trends, hardware, and features in cloud technology
  • Familiarity with data analysis, performance monitoring, SQL, Statistics and Python
  • Interpersonal skills, delegation, and teamwork skills
  • The ability to clearly understand and respond to needs as communicated by other members of the team
  • Ability to use initiative

As a workplace technology consultant, there is potential to gain experience and move into either technical, project or team leadership within a consultancy environment, step sideways into a contractor, work for a vendor or take the leap into client-side project management.

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