With the economy so hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic, you may have been made redundant or feel worried about your job. If you’re in this situation or are concerned about your financial stability, it’s undoubtedly a good idea to find resources online that will help you find a job if necessary.
So which are the best job seeking websites in Scotland in 2021 should find yourself out of work? Here are a few websites to look through.
My Job Scotland is a great resource for public sector and third sector jobs around the country. Included are university positions, further education jobs, and charity roles. Scottish Fire and Rescue also use the site to recruit staff.
My Job Scotland has capacity to advertise more than 30,000 vacancies. You can create an account on the site, and set up job alerts so you can act quickly if an interesting job is advertised.
The resources and job listings in My World of Work are provided by Skills Development Scotland Ltd, which is the national skills agency in Scotland. The website contains a considerable range of useful resources for job seekers and candidates, and provides a full careers service.
If you register for an account you can input your job/industry preferences, and use the various tools and resources to closely match your skills to specific careers and work paths.
S1jobs advertise permanent, temporary, agency, full time, and part time positions throughout Scotland, across a broad range of industries. Again, you can set up an account and receive job alerts, and also store your CV within your account for easy uploading to job applications.
A range of resources are available on this website, including career guides, and a blog that covers all aspects of job hunting and preparing for work - succeeding at interview, for example, and understanding what employers are looking for in a candidate.
Scotjobsnet is an established job-seeking website in Scotland, advertising public and private sector jobs across all industries in 2021. With new jobs advertised daily, it offers a broad spectrum of work opportunities along with help and support for candidates on a range of topics.
These include applying for jobs, interview techniques, career development, and employment law, in addition to an informative blog that covers health and safety at work and employee home working.
Creative Scotland is a public body that helps people find jobs in creative industries and the arts in Scotland. You can register and set up an account, receive newsletters, and filter your searches to hone in on your desired industry or field.
The Creative Scotland job-seeking website lists jobs in the arts and across a broad range of creative industries, including design, fashion, film, dance, theatre, and traditional arts in Scotland.
EarlyCareers.Scot was originally established in 2009 as Apprenticeships in Scotland, and could be of help if you’re looking for an apprenticeship or internship. It’s a good resource for anyone searching for a job early in their career, with recruiters including Sky, PwC, QA Ltd advertising Scottish-based positions.
There’s a News ‘hub’ with current information on the various apprenticeships being offered, as well as details on funding, and case studies of successful entrants into apprenticeship schemes and internships.
If you would like more information on the best job seeking websites in Scotland in 2021, please contact one of the team at Scotland Debt Solutions. We’ll provide the support and advice you need to get back on track if you’ve lost your job or are searching for a new role.
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