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Archerfield vacancy

Kitchen Porter
Archerfield Links Golf Club is situated just outside Dirleton, on the Archerfield Estate and attracts a discerning membership from across the UK.

We are looking to recruit Kitchen Porters. Experience is not essential as full training will be provided, however a positive attitude and a desire to achieve and maintain standards of hygiene are important. You will also have a good level of fitness as the job can be physically demanding at times.

The above positions will require you to work five from seven days and will include weekend working. Your own transport would be vital due to location and start times.

Job Type: Full-time

Go here to apply

Monday 9 October 2017

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Aerospace Careers Zone
Saturday 4 November 2017
Sofitel Hotel, Terminal 5, London Heathrow

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EY events and recruitment

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EY are holding a Choices Evening event in the EY Edinburgh office and you’re invited!

It’s going to be fun and informative evening. You will get to hear from senior staff, as well as current apprentices and graduates. Through conversation and a small amount of presentation, we will explain a little more about who EY are and what we do, and what opportunities there are for you.

Where: EY, Edinburgh – 10 George St, Edinburgh EH2 2DZ
When: Tuesday 03 October 2017
Start time: 17.00
Finish time: 19.00
Dress code: Casual

EDF Torness Apprenticeships

Make a career in making things better
It’s time to start something amazing. If you’re looking to be part of a better energy
future, this apprenticeship will give you the skills, confidence and qualifications to join
our industry’s next generation.
Our Engineering Maintenance Apprenticeship Scheme is a four-year programme
which focuses on the skills required to maintain our power stations. This could be one of
our coal, gas or nuclear plants situated around the UK. As well as the technical skills, we
will also help you develop the attitudes and behaviours essential to the safe operation of
our power stations. Upon completion, you’ll be awarded a Maintenance and
Operations Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Certificate.
The programme runs for four years, the first two of which are based at the Royal Naval
base at HMS Sultan near Portsmouth, Hampshire. During this time you’ll undergo
training in academic and workshop environments to ensure you gain an excellent
introduction to engineering and develop a strong skills foundation. Part of this
programme also covers the development of life skills, like confidence and communication.
What you need to apply
• Five GCSEs at Grade C or above (or Grade 4 and above in the new GCSE grading
structure), National 5 or equivalent, including Maths, English and 2 of either
Science, Technical or Engineering subjects.
• You’ll also need a talent for practical subjects
• Desire to learn and develop your skills
• Willingness to relocate as required
Torness power station is holding two information days for applicants .Advert goes live
on 1 November 2017 and will close on 15 January 2018. The information days will
prove invaluable to anyone considering a career with EDF Energy.
Come along, find out more and meet the team at the Torness on Saturday,
11 November and Sunday, 10 December. There will be four sessions on each day –
9:30, 11:00, 13:00 and 14:30.
Spaces are limited and you MUST book. Email:

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