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The Edinburgh Guarantee is a vision that all sectors in the city will work together to ensure that every young person in Edinburgh will leave school with the choice of a job, training or further education opportunity available to them.

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  • 24 August 2016

    **Closing soon** At TSB we’re different from other banks. We don’t do investment banking, overseas speculation or big corporate finance. We just serve individuals and local business customers – we call it “local banking”. We are looking for someone with drive and ambition who is interested in customer service and problem solving to join our busy Edinburgh teams. Closing date: Sunday 28 August.

  • 24 August 2016

    Kames Capital is a specialist investment management business. This is an excellent opportunity for a school leaver to gain an introduction to the Asset Management industry. The role is part of Kames Capital’s Investment 2020 programme which was created to make the industry more accessible to school leavers. You will produce presentations, be involved in valuable research and data analysis and provide admin support. Closing Date: This opportunity will close when a suitable candidate is found.

  • 23 August 2016

    The role of Modern Apprentice posts is to offer business administrative support and secretarial support under the supervision of a more senior officer. Duties usually call for the exercise of discretion and initiative whilst carrying out routine tasks and will often involve the use of IT based skills. No qualifications are required; however a National 4 and 5 in English and Maths or equivalent is desirable. Closing Date: Please see individual job adverts.

    • 11 April 2016

      Edinburgh based Digital Skills Academy, CodeClan, is first in the UK to offer students an internationally recognised Professional Development Award (PDA) from the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA). CodeClan teaches students to code software in an intensive 16-week course, which leads to a PDA in Software Development.

    • 11 April 2016

      Regional employer led DYW groups aligned with College regions are being established across Scotland to support the delivery of the Youth Employment Strategy. The Edinburgh, Midlothian and East Lothian group is now established, and the board is chaired by Sandy Begbie, Chief People Officer with Standard Life.

    • 11 April 2016

      Limelight Careers recently hosted their annual graduation ceremony, to celebrate the success of young adults who achieved Modern Apprenticeships (MAs) in various fields over the past year. This year’s theme was ‘For everything to stay the same, everything must change’.