Jobs in the Western Isles

There are 19 jobs in the Outer Hebrides, Eilean Siar, including Stornoway, Benbecula, Lewis, Harris, Uist and Barra.

Standing Stones of Callanish
Callanish Stones, © Andrew Bennett

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Ceolas
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Ceolas in HS8
£30,000 per annum, , Full Time

Ceòlas has been offered support through Aspiring Communities Fund to develop services further with the move to Cnoc Soilleir in 2021. Ceòlas is recruiting an Integration Development Manager on a full time basis for a … Read more

NHS Western Isles
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NHS Western Isles in Stornoway
From £84,395 per annum, Full Time

Broadbay Medical Practice STORNOWAY Isle of Lewis Salaried GP 6 to 8 sessions per week (Salary £84,395.85 for 10 sessions) An opportunity has arisen for a salaried GP to join our busy, friendly practice located … Read more

NHS Western Isles
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NHS Western Isles in Stornoway
£30,401 to £38,046 per annum, Part Time

WESTERN ISLES HOSPITAL, MACAULAY ROAD, STORNOWAY,ISLE OF LEWIS, HS1 2AF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH Community Mental Health Worker Band 6 £30,401 - £38,046 plus Distant Island Allowance £1,043 pro rata 30 hours per week … Read more

Frequently Asked Questions

📈 How many Jobs in the Western Isles are there just now?

There are 19 Jobs in the Western Isles right now.

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💼 Who is employing for Jobs in the Western Isles ?

Employers like Mowi Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Ceolas, The Scottish Salmon Company, NHS Western Isles are looking for staff to fill Jobs in the Western Isles.

🐟 Are there Aquaculture jobs in the Western Isles?

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.