Scotland's capital city continues to enjoy economic success while many other UK cities struggle. It's helped make it the second biggest financial centre outside London and an international player in the world of banking and insurance. But it's not all anonymous office blocks filled with accountants. The historic city is a World Heritage site (alongside the likes of the Great Wall of China and the pyramids at Giza) attracting over a million tourists a year. And its rich culture celebrated through numerous festivals give the city a brand other cities can only dream about. Edinburgh also has an international reputation as a seat of learning with four universities creating and attracting many new cutting-edge businesses.
...We are currently recruiting an experienced Distribution Administrator for the food distribution sector for our client in the Edinburgh/Lothian area. Reporting to the Logistics Manager, the role of Distribution administrator is to organise the safe... more details
...Job Title: Sales Manager - Interiors / Flooring Location: Edinburgh Salary and commission: Negotiable - Subject to experience James Erskine Interiors is one of the market leading organizations in the flooring industry, the company supply a wide... more details
...Our client is looking for a Part Time Administrator for a role in Edinburgh City Centre - 20 hours per week Client Details A leading law firm Description The role will encompass all aspects of administration Including answering the telephone Filing... more details
...The hotel: Edinburgh Capital Hotel is modern spacious hotel ideally situated for the city centre, highlands of Scotland and Edinburgh Airport. It has 111 bedrooms, 7 Conference and Meeting rooms with a capacity of 300, Capital Health and Fitness... more details
...The George Hotel, Edinburgh George Street is the smartest address in Edinburgh''s New Town, and The George Hotel lives up to its location, thanks - in particular - to the recent, multi-million pound renovation of the entire hotel. Elegant designs... more details
Edinburgh has always had a reputation for its educational establishments and the University of Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt, Napier and Queen Margaret Universities along with numerous other colleges offer learning in a variety of specialities (and thousands of jobs of course). This has led to Edinburgh becoming a world leader in topics such as stem cell research and regenerative medicine, biotechnology, engineering, microelectronics, informatics, genomics, optoelectronics and renewable energy. Watch out for jobs in the Edinburgh science triangle including Pentlands Science Park.
Whether you're intending to play bagpipes outside the castle or look for a marketing career in tourism, there's no doubt that Edinburgh is a city where tourism is taken seriously as an industry. Consider as well the travel sector within tourism as Edinburgh boasts road, rail, air and sea links to the rest of the UK, Europe and international locations.