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Europcar is a world player and Europe’s leading vehicle rental firm. You will be office based on Calton Road providing a very high standard of customer service in all customer contact situations and meeting and greeting customers and help to navigate the rental process. You will work towards an SVQ Level 2 in Business and Administration. Closing Date:
Friday 31 March.
Training for Care is an educational charity specialising in social care and childcare training and recruits on behalf of a number of different childcare employers across Edinburgh. You will be employed in a private nursery as part of a team working with 0-5 year olds. A typical day would include planning and setting up a wide range of play activities to help promote the children’s physical, intellectual, language and social development. Closing Date: We recruit on a continuous basis and run programmes throughout the year.
Edinburgh Computer Services has been serving businesses up and down the country since 1991, providing IT solutions such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses. They are looking for young IT enthusiasts who would like to kick-start a successful career in the IT sector. Closing Date: Friday 24 February.
As part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week, GTG Training is holding an Apprenticeship Recruitment Open Day on Thursday 9 March 2017. Please note: This event is free of charge and targeted at people aged 16+ with Standard Grade 1-4 qualifications/National Grade 4/5 (already achieved or currently studying at this level).
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...