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Allander Print Limited is Edinburgh’s largest printing company. We produce and distribute a large range of high quality litho, digital and wide format printed products from our modern purpose built factory in Portobello. This is very much a hands-on position where you will learn by doing the job, as well as following a formal training programme. Closing Date: Friday 5 August.
Sesh Hairdressing has built a fantastic reputation over the last 10 years. Following recent staff promotions, we are now looking to recruit a hardworking, creative and enthusiastic young person to become part of our artistic team. Based at our bright modern salon in Leith, you will work as part of our small team in a friendly but busy environment. Closing Date: This position will close when a successful applicant has been found.
The Royal College of Nursing is the largest trade union of nursing staff and students in the UK. You will provide a range of administrative support to the Knowledge and Research team including support for membership recruitment and retention activity, support for the delivery of Learning Hub library and information services to RCN members across Scotland including events. Closing Date: Tuesday 2 August.
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.
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.
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’.