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Transport jobs in Scotland.Thanks to Scotland’s diverse terrain, transport is big business. Covering everything from logistics to haulage, you’ll find a great selection of transport jobs on Scotjobsnet.

If you are HGV trained, there are plenty of professional driving jobs available. Many companies rely on qualified, experienced drivers to make essential every-day deliveries. There is also great demand for train drivers throughout Scotland, especially with the extension of the railway system into the Borders. With so many islands Scotland offers fantastic opportunities for sea faring professionals too, with ferries and ships sailing on a daily basis.

Behind the scenes, Scotland’s transport sector relies on a large support staff including mechanics, managers, accountants and secretaries who ensure everything runs smoothly.

Many of Scotland’s transport companies are based in large cities like Glasgow and Edinburgh however you’ll also find businesses in areas like Stirling and Dundee where nearby rail and road links make it easy to transport heavy loads.  

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AUTO ELECTRICIAN

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  • Company: Mcgills
  • Region: Inverclyde

McGill’s Bus Service Ltd – Auto PSV Electrician vacancy – based at Inchinnan Depot, Renfrewshire McGill’s Bus Service Ltd is Scotland’s largest privately owned Bus Company and employ around 800 e...

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