Previous Job Vacancies

Previous Vacancies

 

  • Head of Finance

    Salary:
    up to 53,930
    Location:
    Edinburgh

    We are working with Historic Environment Scotland - the lead body for Scotland’s historic environment - to recruit a Head of Finance. Reporting directly to the Director of Finance, you will have a key strategic role in delivering the HES finance vision. 

  • Head of Financial Business Support

    Salary:
    up to 53,930
    Location:
    Edinburgh

    Historic Environment Scotland are looking to appoint a Head of Financial Business Support to play a key part in delivering the HES finance vision and provide critical support to the organisation as the lead body for Scotland’s historic environment.

  • Financial Controller

    Salary:
    up to 55,000
    Location:
    Port Glasgow

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) owns the ferries, ports and harbours necessary for vital ferry services serving the West Coast of Scotland and the Clyde Estuary. They aim to provide efficient, cost effective and safe vessels, harbours and associated port infrastructure for operators, communities and users in and around Scotland. We are working to recruit an individual looking for a new challenge as Financial Controller with CMAL.

  • Chief Executive Officer

    Salary:
    Competitive package
    Location:
    Fife

    Aspen People are delighted to be working with Scottish Bakers to recruit and appoint an exceptional candidate as their Chief Executive Officer.  The organisation was established in 1891 and since then it has represented and promoted the interests of the bakery trade in Scotland. Scottish Bakers aims to be an integral part of each member’s business operation by providing a range of specialist support services for Bakers of all sizes and provides a training arm, National Food and Drink Training (NFDT) with a team of Training Advisors to support training delivery in Scotland, England and Northern Ireland.  

  • Trustees

    Salary:
    Non-remunerated
    Location:
    Glasgow

    SCLD is committed to ensuring people who have learning disabilities realise their rights as equal citizens and to finding new and better ways to improve their lives. Through influencing policy development, sharing good practice and disseminating evidence SCLD aims to be a knowledge and information hub which drives change, improvement and innovation. We are working with SCLD to appoint two dynamic Trustees to the current Board.