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Eximius Energy launches power practice

With conventional power plants still considered the most reliable source of electricity the sector is estimated to continue to grow until 2030. Eximius has created the new division in response to demand for specialist power talent across the entire life cycle of projects, from equipment manufacture to start up and plant operation

 The Eximius Energy power practice encompasses the four key aspects of the global sector:

&middot       Manufacturing

&middot       Engineering

&middot       Construction

&middot       Operations and maintenance

The practice sources talent across all related disciplines from research and development experts, casting and forging specialists, engineers, technical managers, health, safety and quality specialists, to project managers and leaders. Partnering with OEMs, engineering consultancies, EPCs, utilities and operations and maintenance service providers.

 The team’s recruitment experts have extensive knowledge of the sector, enabling them to satisfy the full range of client requirements. Consultants offer a tailor made service for every client and work to develop long term partnerships.

Eximius Energy has appointed Jordan Rosenfeld, team leader, to head up the power practice. Rosenfeld has more than three years’ experience within the power generation and nuclear industries, placing mid to executive level engineering and construction staff. Rosenfeld previously managed a highly successful team within an industry leading recruitment business.

Rosenfeld commented, “I am delighted to be joining Eximius to lead the power practice. I see this as a very exciting time in the growth of the business. The culture, vision and ethos of the company appeal to me tremendously and I am looking forward to building the power practice into an industry leading global offering.”

Co-founder and managing director, Ed Stevens commented, “We’re really excited to welcome Jordan to Eximius Energy to build our power practice. Power plants remain crucial to electricity generation - a key element within the mix, ensuring a constant, affordable and secure supply. This is an exciting and sizable opportunity for us and we wish Jordan all the best in his new role.”

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