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Engineering Jobs

Find engineering jobs in Scotland.  Scotland has a strong tradition in engineering, providing plenty of opportunities for skilled and talented engineers. Whether you are an electrical, mechanical or structural engineer you’ll find a great selection of roles to choose from.

Some of the most popular sectors offering engineering opportunities include the construction, technology and transport industries. Over the last ten years or so there has also been an increase in the number of engineering jobs available in areas like IT and science.

Scotland’s bigger cities like Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen all have well established engineering centres and it’s in these areas that you will find the greatest selection of jobs available. Nevertheless, there are still plenty of job opportunities to be found in towns and communities throughout Scotland.

Other jobs available within the engineering sector include being an assembler, craft machinist and machine operator. From graduate entry-level positions to more senior roles, you’ll find a great selection of engineering jobs on Scotjobsnet.

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