Are you a highly motivated individual looking to expand your career? We are currently looking for two passionate and highly motivated individuals to join our new vessel, Lochlannach, arriving shortly from Norway. The vessel is a 14.95m x 8m catamaran powered by twin 650hp Scania engines and has full accommodation and galley facilities on board. … Read more
Neist Point Lighthouse, Isle of Skye
Skye Lochalsh & Wester Ross - Adult Social Care (SLWR) ,North HHSCP (West Area) , S.I.L.C. Support Service (Broadford) requires a permanent Support Worker to assist in the smooth running of their housing support service … Read more
Part time Delivery Postperson with Driving Job reference: 125204 Location: Delivery Office IV49 9AB Contract: Fixed Term until 27/06/2021 Hours: 20 hours, between 09:30 and 13:30 , 5 days per week (Monday – Saturday) Hourly … Read more
Job Description Post Title: Environmental Health Officer Location: Isle of Skye Hours: 35 hours per week Duration: Permanent Salary: £41,059 - £44,899 p.a Salary placing will normally be at the first point of the scale. … Read more
Job Description Post Title: Environmental Health Technical Officer 1 Location: Isle of Skye Hours: 35 hours per week Duration: Fixed Term to 31st March 2022 Salary: £24,861.20 - £27,937.00 p.a Salary placing will normally be … Read more
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Employers like Mowi Scotland, Stagecoach, NHS Highland, Menzies Distribution, Royal Mail Group, ENABLE Scotland, Balfour Beatty, James MacQueen Building Contractors Ltd, The Highland Council, Key are looking for staff to fill Jobs in Skye.
Skye attracts many tourists looking to reconnect with nature and spend time outdoors, and the hospitality industry is always buzzing. Take a look at the catering and tourism sector of our listings where you’ll find roles such as working in restaurants, hotels, inn and pubs.
Aquaculture is a growing and increasingly important food production industry to Scotland. It helps to underpin sustainable economic growth in rural and coastal communities particularly in the Highlands and Islands with many depending on the employment and revenue it provides.
Organisations like Mowi Scotland are always on the lookout for new team members. They grow salmon in the remote and pristine waters of the Western Highlands and provide jobs and support fragile rural economies in some of the most remote communities in the country.