Whether you're a job seeker or an employer, trust us when we say that it's all about you.
Whether you’re after permanent, freelance or fixed-term jobs in Scotland’s construction industry, we’ll help you find what you’re looking for. Tired of the weather? Well, we can help you find jobs abroad, too.
We want to find the perfect job for you in construction. So we’re happy to pass on some of our
specialist industry knowledge to help you. It’s free, too.
New for 2018!
Whether you're looking to live life in the fast lane or trying to find that elusive work-life balance, our frequently asked questions should help you decide if becoming a freelancer in construction is for you.
Preparation is key. Let us help you stand out from the crowd.
Experts in their field who'll ensure you'll receive all the information relevant to your discipline and sector within construction. Have a pen and paper ready.
Time’s not on your side, you have a project on the go, and you need the right people to make it happen. You want the best you can get, and you don’t want to be let down.
So what do you do?
Well, most people in the construction industry would suggest you call us…
Who are we? What do we think is important? Who do we have partnerships with? Are we hiring? So many questions.
Good job we’ve got the answers then:
If you’re thinking of hiring Contract Scotland, you’ll want to know what kind of company we are. So here are the three main values in our DNA.
As a recruitment consultancy, we value our people. They’re the ideas, the hard work, the diligence and the reason we keep running out of chocolate digestives.
Our average staff retention rate is a whopping 72% higher than the industry standard, so clearly people like working here. Or they have no homes to go to.
Is it Teddy Sheringham? Is it Colin Woodward? Who Knows...
Congratulations to Dorothy Hope on celebrating 15 years at Contract Scotland this week!
A follow up from last month's Footgolf update from Alan Shave on how the Scotland team faired against England in the 2018 Footgolf International.
Construction News reported on a recent report found that more than a third of construction workers had witnessed colleagues under the influence of drugs or alcohol while working. To better understand the scale of the problem, they've created a survey on the issue that Contract Scotland is happy to support.