Scotland’s construction industry is now steadily recovering after the worldwide recession of 2008. With various new buildings and projects now underway, there are lots of positions available for both skilled and unskilled workers.
Throughout the country there are vacancies for ‘hands on’ positions such as being a bricklayer, plasterer and joiner. Apprenticeships and work experience placements are still the most popular route into these skilled positions, with many employees quickly working their way up through the ranks to become a fully-qualified tradesperson.
More senior positions within construction include being an architect, engineer and surveyor. The majority of these roles require a degree, with many starting on a graduate trainee programme.
The operation of heavy machinery also plays a central role within construction. As a result skilled operators of dumper trucks, cranes and bulldozers are always required on building projects.
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