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RSM is a leading global provider of audit, tax and consulting services to middle market leaders. We will expose you to the skills you require to become a true trusted advisor to your clients in the future. You should be comfortable with numbers (although being a maths genius is not necessary!) - if so then a career at RSM is waiting for you! Closing date: Monday 31 October.
The Scottish Government is responsible for most of the issues of day-to-day concern to the people of Scotland, including health, education, justice, rural affairs, housing, transport and the environment. The role of Modern Apprentice posts is to offer business administrative support and secretarial support under the supervision of a more senior officer. Closing Date: Please see individual job adverts.
DWF Solicitors are a leading legal firm with an ambition to create a unique and alternative approach to delivering legal services. Based in central Edinburgh, you will work as part of a small friendly team in an office environment. You will carry out a variety of administrative tasks while working towards an SVQ Level 3 in Business and Administration. Closing Date: Friday 18 November.
If you are 16-19 years old and unemployed, you can come along and get help from our staff to; Look for Christmas jobs, apply for on-line vacancies, produce your own CV and get 1:1 careers advice.
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.
Marketplace was created to improve engagement between employers and education after the Commission for Developing Scotland's Young Workforce identified the need to help young people have greater awareness of the career options open to them. A pilot scheme took place in Edinburgh through the Edinburgh Guarantee where the concept proved extremely successful...