One of Aberdeen’s most progressive energy companies is encouraging more youngsters into the industry.
My reason for starting my business dates back to my childhood – owning my own boutique has been a dream since I was a 16-year-old girl (complete with permed hair and double braces on my teeth, of course) working in Opus One – a beautiful Edinburgh treasure trove selling to wonderfully stylish ladies.
Aberdeen City Council are on the hunt for exceptional candidates to join their senior management team.
June 23, 2017 has become a significant date for the town of Inverurie.
The Russian vodka billionaire who has bought Scotland's most expensive sporting estate in the Highlands now wants to recruit a night porter with a military background.
Is it your dream to travel the world? What about if you got paid to do it?
A seven-year-old girl, who loves robots and computers, got a wonderful response when Google chief Sundar Pichai responded personally to her handwritten job application.
The thought of playing video games all day for a living might seem too good to be true, but that’s exactly what world-famous studio Rockstar Games are offering.
Could this be the ultimate dream job? A professional chocolate and cocoa beverage taster for Cadbury and Oreo.
Royal Mail has launched a drive to recruit around 19,000 temporary workers for the busy Christmas period.
As a teenager Gary Cairns took part in the original series of Robot Wars and won the final series as the team driver for their robot Typhoon2.
Laura Mackintosh, 37, works as head of fundraising, highlands and western isles at the Archie foundation.
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Roy McBain is 41 and is an MPS level two analyst at Xeretec, Greenwell Road, Aberdeen. We speak to him about his career so far.
Marc Wiggin is 36 and lives in Newmachar. Until recently, he was a subsea structural engineer contracted to Aker Solutions. After his contract was terminated due to lack of work, he decided to look to another industry for new beginnings. Read the article on Energy Voice.
Losing your job is a gruelling experience. More often than not, there’s little warning that it’s going to happen. One moment you’re sitting at your desk, working on your everyday tasks and the next called into a meeting room to be told you no longer require to come in to work.
Children 1st’s Dragons’ Glen competition is in full swing. We speak to one of the seven north and north-east teams trying to raise money for the charity
The Press and Journal has helped another promising north-east youngster find their dream job.
Scottish business leaders and politicians have congratulated the Press and Journal on achieving its goal of creating 100 new apprenticeships in 100 days.
The Press and Journal’s Apprentice 100 campaign has today reached and surpassed its target with a month to spare.
Aberdeen Asset Management has become the latest company to throw its weight behind the Press and Journal’s Apprentice 100 campaign.
You like people, you enjoy speaking to them and you like to be helpful. If this is true for you, a job in sales might be right up your street. We take a look at seven sales job across a number of industries available in Scotland just now.