Previous Job Vacancies

Previous Vacancies

 

  • Director of Infrastructure

    Salary:
    £65,559
    Location:
    Ayr

    As Director of Infrastructure, you will be directly responsible for the maintenance and development of the College’s estate infrastructure which incorporates three main campuses and a further two satellite campuses. The role will also have responsibility for the management and support of the College’s ICT infrastructure.

  • Divisional Director Customer Service

    Salary:
    c. 80,000
    Location:
    Perthshire

    Castle Water is the leading independent water retailer in the UK, and one of the fastest growing utility supply companies, supplying services to business customers across Scotland and England.  The Customer Services Director will report to the Chief Operating Officer and will have responsibility for critical customer services activities across our business.

  • Chief Executive Officer

    Salary:
    50,000 - 55,000
    Location:
    Gartnavel Hospital, Glasgow

    Cancer Support Scotland has an exciting opportunity for a pro-active and highly-skilled leader to take on the role of Chief Executive Officer. The role will be responsible for managing a small team of employees and a broader team of volunteers. 

  • Managing Director

    Salary:
    96,028
    Location:
    Aberdeen

    Bon Accord Care deliver adult social care services to the people of Aberdeen, providing support and encouragement to enable them to live as independently as possible, today and in the future. In this role, you will provide leadership to the Senior Management team to ensure that the organisation achieves the outcomes set out in the Strategic Plan.

  • Chief Executive

    Salary:
    Competitive
    Location:
    Edinburgh

    Children 1st is Scotland’s National Children’s Charity. The organisation helps Scotland’s families to put children first, with practical advice and with support in difficult times. And when the worst happens, they support survivors of abuse, neglect, and other traumatic events in childhood, to recover.