EngineeringShared.com is a new online community that enables Engineers to go beyond simple social sharing like LinkedIn, and is a place where Engineers can now share tools, apps, templates and similar valuable assets to help each others workday.

‚ÄčImpertion Ltd, a publisher of online communities for professionals, is pleased to announce that it's newest community for Engineers in the UK and Ireland has today been launched.

EngineeringShared.com responds to a common complaint by Engineers that most social platforms are too restrictive in how they enable Engineers to share. By definition, Engineers need a space to share the tools, templates, apps, video tutorials and research that they use to build and design. EngineeringShared.com enables Engineers to go beyond simple social sharing like LinkedIn, and is a place where Engineers can now share their own or third party "freeware" assets to help each others workday.

Michael Kelly, CEO of Impertion

www.EngineeringShared.com is specifically focused on Mechanical, Electrical, Civil and Design Engineers in the UK and Ireland.

The community also provides more typical social functions such as a Q&A forum, Groups and Discussions, as well as a Careers and Job Vacancies section for Engineering opportunities in the UK and Ireland. This includes a section called "Insider" where Members can anonymously post their experiences of interviewing for Engineering roles or what it is like to work as an Engineer at specific companies.

By engaging on the site (providing answers, tools, videos and Insider feedback) Members also build up their "CredPoints", a score that Recruiters can use to identify strong candidates and which other Members can use to identify helpful peer-Engineers.