We have a range of opportunities for young people who would like either exposure to the world of work or simply to earn some money and be part of a great team.
Our different departments offer a variety of roles and we are able to be flexible with shift patterns to suit. Home – Whitekirk Hill
Whitekirk Hill Resort, five minutes from North Berwick, has been open since November 2019. It encompasses an Orangery with outdoor Terrace, Leisure Club with over 500 members, Spa, Adventure Play Barn, event space for up to 120 guests not to mention 160 acres of mature woodland, open grassland, ponds and elevated vistas.
Making the most of our fantastic central location, only 28 miles from Edinburgh and in the heart of the East Lothian countryside, the next chapter for Whitekirk Hill promises to be spectacular and exciting.
Our nine lodges have been created by our wonderful team to reflect what is important to us as a business, environmental consciousness at the heart of their design, with no compromise to luxury.
Current opportunities exist due to rapid growth and popular demand:
Orangery and Play Barn Food service staff, both full and part-time, flexible shift patterns
Kitchen Chef de Partie, Commis Chef and Kitchen Porter
Reception Full-time as well as internship/work placement opportunities
Spa Part-time theraipsts
What we do
Cyber crime is a global threat carried out by criminals looking to exploit our vulnerabilities. This crime devastates individuals and businesses, disrupts our way of life and impacts the national security of the United Kingdom. At the NCCU, we respond to the most critical cyber incidents as well as pursuing longer-term activity against cyber criminals and helping to shut down the services on which they depend.
Many disciplines, one shared goal
At the NCCU our many disciplines share one common goal – to help make the UK a safe place to live and work online. This is a hugely challenging ambition – with our officers responsible for the investigation of some of the most technically advanced criminality with new ways to target and exploit our vulnerabilities evolving all the time. We don’t do this alone – working closely with UK police, regional organised crime units and partners in international law enforcement, as well as forming close and effective partnerships with private industry to share information and technical expertise.
SALARY: up to £21,000 depending on your skills and experience.
We have opportunities to join our Contact Centre where you’ll be handling 40 – 60 calls per day dealing with a range of pension queries from Standard Life customers. This is not your typical call centre role – our queries are often complex and in-depth. Using your first class communication skills, you’ll be responsible for making the complex simple for our customers, whether that is over the phone or by email. You’ll play a key role in ensuring customers are equipped with all of the information they need to make the right decision regarding their pension policies. There are no sales involved in this role, what’s important is your ability to have great conversations with our customers in a confident, friendly and professional manner.
This role supports the IT Engagement team to provide effective IT service delivery and governance of IT Suppliers for the Business.
This is a generalist entry level role within a small IT department and the wider IT and Operations team. The UK IT team is currently 3 employees and can be involved in all aspects of IT. This role supports the IT Engagement team to provide effective IT service delivery and governance of IT Suppliers for the Business. This includes supporting SAM UK users and the stable operation of the organisation’s computing environment, continuity of system services for users, providing some technical support and assistance.
The department requires a can do proactive approach and someone who is willing to take on a task in order to move projects forward and help wherever is required.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and hard-working young person to join our cafe team at weekends and during school holidays. No experience is needed but a positive attitude and excellent communication skills are essential. Responsibilities include taking food orders, helping to prepare hot and cold drinks for customers, Working the till, maintaining a clean and hygienic work environment.
To apply, please email Leah at email@example.com or hand a cv into the cafe.
Action for Children (formerly NCH) is the largest UK provider of services to disabled children and their families, children’s services in rural areas, family and community centres, and services for young people leaving care. It currently runs over 60 projects throughout Scotland which offer services to children and young people and families. Projects include family centres, and projects for care leavers and the young homeless.