Useful Information

East Lothian

East Lothian Council have a dedicated space online to highlight support to their residents, please access this here:

East Lothian Works, help and advice on jobs, training or skills development or learn more about setting up a business or finding staff:


All in Edinburgh, provide supported employment for people who have a disability or long term health condition in Edinburgh:

Community Renewal, engaging individuals in community activity to improve their health, learning and employability:

Fort Kinnaird Recruitment and Skills Centre supports Employers’ current recruitment and staff development needs and also Jobseekers to gain and retain employment in the area.

Joined Up for Business provide free support tailored to meet your specific needs whilst promoting best practice in line with the Scottish Government Fair Work Strategy and offer a "no wrong door" approach to employers whilst co-ordinating the delivery of support to businesses within the city:

Joined Up for Jobs supports everyone in the employability network. Whether you are a service provider, an employer or a job seeker, there is support available for you:



Kingdom Works, supporting individuals from all over Fife into employment and training opportunities:

Opportunities Fife feature the latest vacancies across Fife



Locate In Midlothian -With all the economic development activity underway and much more in the pipeline, now is the time to invest, develop and locate your business in Midlothian:


Scottish Borders

Support into Employment, a focused service which supports you if you need additional help to find and sustain paid work:


West Lothian

Access2employment, offer tailored support to help its clients secure new or better employment, training or educational opportunities:


National Offer

Business Gateway, offers expert support and guidance to new and existing businesses:

DYW, Developing the Young Workforce is the Scottish Government’s Youth Employment strategy to better prepare young people for the world of work:

EDAS or The Economic Development Association Scotland is the independent voice of economic development in Scotland;

Enable, Working to make life better for people who have a learning disability – and their families:

Fair Work Convention acts as an independent advisory body to Scottish Ministers, and have a vision that, by 2025, people in Scotland will have a world-leading working life where fair work drives success, wellbeing and prosperity for individuals, businesses, organisations and society:

Skills Development Scotland, helping people achieve career success and supporting businesses with their goals and growth:

Supplier Development Programme is a Scottish Government service to offer support and guidance around the process of tendering for public contracts - including resources and events concerning community benefits, and regular training events and sessions pertaining to supply chain opportunities in the region: