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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.

  • 25 May 2017

    British Gas is a company with big ambitions and a high-performance ethos. Here is your chance to train as a Customer Service Advisor through our fantastic industry leading apprenticeship scheme and come on an exciting journey with us, helping people today and securing energy for tomorrow. Closing Date: Thursday 1 June.

  • 24 May 2017

    Structural Design Consultants Ltd are leading consultants with a distinguished reputation for providing cutting edge and cost effective design solutions for a demanding market place. Based in the city centre, you will be working in a relaxed and friendly but busy office environment. Your main role will be working up technical drawings including plans/sections and details covering all elements of construction on building projects. Closing Date: Wednesday 31 May.

  • 23 May 2017

    CompanyNet is a leading independent business software solutions company who work with organisations such as Disney, Tesco Bank, Scottish Water and the Scottish Government to create software that makes their lives easier and delivers better business value. You will join our support team and help to resolve customer issues as well as working towards an SVQ Level 3 Diploma for Information Technology and Telecommunications Professionals. Closing Date: Friday 9 June.

    • 19 May 2017

      Do you know someone in Edinburgh who will be finishing school, college or university soon and looking for a work experience opportunity during July & August? Well, tell them to look no further as Scottish Gas are running work experience courses in Edinburgh during the summer!

    • 9 May 2017

      Scotland’s Employer Recruitment Incentive (SERI) is an employer recruitment incentive which continues to deliver the Scottish Government’s (SGs) commitment to target support at unemployed young people aged 16-29 with the greatest barriers to employment, to enable them to obtain and remain in sustainable employment (including Modern Apprenticeships). The Incentive has been developed to integrate and link fully with the SG’s existing employability and skills programmes.

    • 25 August 2016

      On 16 June 2016 Edinburgh Project SEARCH interns celebrated successfully graduating from the programme. The event was held at Surgeons' Hall King Khalid Building and was attended by 150 people who had been involved in the programme over the course of the year. The interns were presented with certificates of achievement from Annette Bruton, Edinburgh College Principal; Alan Boyter, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development, NHS Lothian and Andrew Kerr, Chief Executive of the City of Edinburgh Council.