As well as advertising all job vacancies on our noticeboard outside the Guidance Base we will also publish on the website for all parents to see. Please see below for current vacancies:
Vacancies advertised through Skills Development Scotland: Our careers advisor is frequently updated with vacancies around Perth. However, rather than duplicate work and tell us about them, SDS have created a Facebook page with all the up to date information. See below for the link:
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Bidwells are currently seeking to recruit a Trainee Finance Clerk for their office in Perth. They are seeking talented individuals who have a keen interest in finance and looking to kick start their careers in this field. They would be willing to take on an apprentice, and pay for your study, or take on someone who didn’t want to pursue qualifications in this field for the time being.
- Learning how to use a financial software package (Greentree)
- Setting up client files as specified by line manager
- Posting of sales and purchase invoices
- Posting sales ledger receipts
- Bank reconciliations
- Bank pay-in’s
- Monthly and quarterly reporting to clients
- Any ad hoc duties in connection with the above as reasonably requires
Desired skills: You will be proactive, outgoing with a ‘can do’ attitude and be comfortable using your judgement to deal with competing priorities. You will be able to communicate effectively with people at all levels, both verbally and with a high standard of written English, and be someone who thrives under pressure, and enjoys working to tight deadlines.
A genuine interest in taking up a career in finance is a must! This will be reflected in the subjects you have studied, and grades achieved in subjects such as Maths/Accounting and English. Even thou some finance experience is desirable, this is not essential.
Benefits: In return you will receive a salary of between £11,500-£12,000 with some excellent benefits including private medical cover, 25 days holiday (and we are shut over Christmas so this is a big benefit!), up to 8% contributory pension, discretionary bonus and clothing allowance, and discounts from major retailers, However, what we feel is our biggest benefit is the fact that we work in an agile and flexible, modern environment where you will very much feel part of the team from day one.
Please email CV’s to email@example.com or post to Gail Croll – Accounts Manager, Bidwells LLP, Broxden House, Lamberkine Drive, Perth, PH1 1RA.
Our railway lines are the economic arteries of our nation where every day, more than 4.6 million journeys are made in the UK. Network Rail owns, operates and develops Britain’s railway infrastructure – that’s 20,000 miles of track, 30,000 bridges, tunnels and viaducts, and thousands of signals, level crossings and stations. Our role is to deliver a safe and reliable railway for Britain.
The number of passenger journeys undertaken on Britain’s railways has doubled over the past 20 years. We help the railway network to grow and improve in response to that tremendous growth and demand – and our apprentices are at the heart of that work.
Network Rail is investing more in engineering projects than any other UK organisation.
We carefully manage and deliver thousands of projects every year as part of the multi-billion-pound Railway Upgrade Plan – it’s an exciting place to be and offers real opportunity to make a difference through contributing to the biggest transformation project on the rail network since the change from coal to diesel.
As an engineering apprentice with Network Rail, you’ll have three amazing years on the scheme with the first phase of the scheme being spent living and learning at one of our dedicated training centres; Westwood and HMS Sultan. Following that, you’ll join a depot close to home where you’ll get out an about on the network specialising in telecoms, distribution & plant, overhead lines, signalling, track or off-track.
What we’re looking for
Quite simply, we’re looking for enthusiastic people with the vision to be future leaders for our workforce.
Right now, you’ll be passionate about engineering and committed to further study and learning to help you achieve your goal of becoming an engineer. It’s critical that our apprentices are safety aware, with a strong attention to detail and good problem-solving skills. You’ll be happy to listen and learn from others and work within a team, but you’ll also have the confidence to communicate your own ideas.
The Advanced apprenticeship scheme at Network Rail is open to anyone who will be aged 18 on or before 29th September 2020. There’s no upper age limit.
In order to be eligible for the scheme you’ll need the following academic qualifications:
GCSE English Language at Grade A*– C / 9 – 4
- GCSE Mathematics at Grade A*– C / 9 – 5
- GCSE Science at Grade A*– C / 9 – 4 Or NVQ or BTEC Level 2 or above in an Engineering subject
- One other GCSE in any subject at Grade A*– C / 9 – 4 An apprenticeship means the chance to earn a real wage while you learnIn your second year on the apprenticeship scheme your salary will increase to:
- Your basic salary in your first year will be £10,609 per annum. In addition, you will receive a payment of £1,305 on successful completion of year 1.
- How we’ll reward you
- You’ll need to be available to start on 29 September 2020. Please note you will be unable to take holiday during the residential phase of the scheme outside of scheduled holiday dates.
Age 18 – 20: £13,655 per annum
Age 21 – 24: £14,589 per annum*
Age 25+: £15,518 per annum*
In the third year of the scheme this will increase to £14,924 per annum*.
*subject to change
During your residential training phase, we’ll pay for your accommodation, three meals a day, your work clothing and personal safety equipment.
On top of all this, you’ll get 28 days holiday, plus bank holidays and access to many company benefits such as a cycle to work scheme, discounts on phone and gym memberships and other retailer discounts including cinema tickets and various places eat!
Apprenticeship: Level 3 Engineering
Duration: 3 years
Location: Vacancies based all over Britain
Requirements: GCSE English Language at Grade A*– C / 9 – 4, GCSE Mathematics at Grade A*– C / 9 – 5, GCSE Science at Grade A*– C / 9 – 4 Or NVQ or BTEC Level 2 or above in an Engineering subject, One other GCSE in any subject at Grade A*– C / 9 – 4. Available to start the scheme 29th September. Aged 18+ by scheme start date.
Are you ready for a career as bright and unique as you are? Apply now!
For more information, go to the Network Rail website - https://www.networkrail.co.uk/careers/early-careers/apprenticeships/level-3-engineering-apprenticeship/
Kings Practice at Glover Street Medical Centre in Perth currently has a vacancy for TWO individuals to work between 4.30pm and 6.30pm in a job share type arrangement Monday to Friday, becoming involved in the full range of Medical Reception tasks you would expect within a busy GP Surgery. More information and details on how to apply can be found below:
Merchant Navy: if you are interested in a career in the Merchant Navy, Clyde Marine Training could be for you. More information can be found here.
Henderson Loggie is an ICAS approved training provider. They are currently recruiting 2 Trainee Chartered Accountants. It is a five year programme (university would be a 4 years course at Uni and then a three year programme so this is actually a quicker route). The requirements are 5 Highers at A or B (maths and English preferred). The closing date for applications is 30 October 2019. More information can be found below.
SSE Apprentice & Trainee roles - more information can be found here.
Training Solutions (Scotland) as a learning provider works closely with Skills Development Scotland as an approved centre with SQA and currently works with many childcare providers and hospitality venues delivering the Modern Apprenticeship programme around the east area of Scotland, from Peterhead to Edinburgh and Aucterarder to Monifieth, with individual assessors allocated to specific areas.
The qualifications currently offered are SVQ level 3 Social Services (Children & Young People), helping those who wish to become fully qualified early years practitioners and SVQ Level 3 Hospitality Supervision and Leadership, beneficial to those working in the hospitality industry. The last year has seen a time of significant change at Training Solutions but with these changes we have updated and implemented new systems to help us work even more efficiently and continue to look forward to achieving goals with our candidates. This month we welcome to our portfolio, candidates from Little People Nursery in Dundee and Longforgan Nursery.
Training Solutions (Scotland) aims to meet the individual learning needs of each candidate by offering flexible training packs and personalised training programmes. We invite our candidates and managers to contact and discuss with us any individual requirements you may have.
Fully funded SVQ places for Nurseries and Hospitality are still available for:
16-19 year olds & 20-24 year olds
To enquire please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in a career in hospitality? If so click the links below for more information on opportunities with MacDonald Hotels.
BT Apprenticeships - click here to search for current vacancies.
Various Modern Apprenticeship opportunities - click the links below for more information.
Stonewall Starting out Guide - Please click here for information
CITB (Construction Industry Training Board) have a very good website for anyone who is interested in a career in construction. Click the links below for more information.
Campbell Dallas recruit school leavers each year to begin their accountancy career, by offering them a real, credible alternative to going to university. The programme allows you to complete your AAT qualification, and is the starting point to then go on and pursue a further professional qualification, either ACCA or ICAS. This means that school leavers can become a qualified accountant typically one year earlier than if they go to university. Click the links below for more details about the positions plus an application form for any pupil interested to apply.
Scottish Jobs Board
We have jobs across Scotland as well as job blog on career news, stories and job finding tips
An apprenticeship in the RAF offers customers the chance to gain a UK-recognised trade qualification as part of a challenging and unique career. Not only will they gain a civilian recognised professional qualification, but upon completion you’ll also have a job in their chosen field. The RAF offer all kinds of apprenticeships in a broad and diverse range of careers - click below