Queen Elizabeth II granted Stirling city status in 2002 as part of her Golden Jubilee celebrations. The city used to be the capital of Scotland and is referred to throughout history as the “Gateway to the Highlands”. The city is governed by a unitary authority – Stirling Council.
Stirling is linked to Scotland’s motorway and trunk road including the M9/A9 to Edinburgh, Inverness and Perth and the M80 to Glasgow. Stirling train station has daily services to the main cities in Scotland such as Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow. From there are services to England and Wales. The nearest major airport is 32 miles away at Edinburgh Airport, offering international and domestic flights.
A luxury country hotel located within an hours’ drive of Stirling is seeking a Chef de Partie Role: Set in a stunning location this hotel offers its residents, as well as visitors to the area, high quality ‘a la carte’ dining prepared using produce... more details
Employer Details: Prudential Global Data Services (PGDS) in partnership with QA Apprenticeships, is pleased to announce the launch of its 2014 apprenticeship scheme. This year we have six vacancies for Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure... more details
How about working in Stirlings most famous hotel? The Stirling Highland is a magnificent 96 bedroom, four star hotel situated near to Stirling Castle. This charismatic hotel has 6 conference rooms which hold up to 100 guests. This enchanting hotel... more details
I am currently working with a Financial Services client in Stirling who are currently looking for Senior Capacity Planner to join their team. The role will be to deliver capacity planning and reporting services to business units and internal teams... more details
YouTrain are currently recruiting for a well-known Children’s Charity based in Stirling: you will work out of their Stirling office however will have responsibility for IT services throughout offices across Scotland. As in integral part of a very... more details
Stirling Council is among the biggest employers in the area. Working in public administration is an ideal career for school leavers, those wanting a change from working in the private sector or for graduates. Local government roles can mean offering support and help to the public, assisting with social care, managing leisure facilities and a range of other worthwhile roles. Graduates should watch out for the National Graduate Development Programme - a graduate scheme for local government throughout England and Wales.
Stirling’s retail sector is primarily located in the city centre, where there are a large number of chain stores, including House of Fraser. Also in the city centre is the Thistles Shopping Centre, which is home to large chains. Debenhams offers a range of career paths so an employee can work their way up the company and they also offer a graduate scheme. Working in retail is ideal for those who like to deal and interact with customers on a regular basis.