The following organisations have become SCQF Inclusive Recruiters - Recognising skills by using SCQF levels in the recruitment process.
The Institute of Occupational Medicine (IOM)
At IOM we are committed to inclusivity and ensuring opportunities are available for everyone. Becoming an inclusive recruiter enables us to reach a wider talent pool of people and to enable creative and accessible development opportunities for employees. The development opportunities within the SCQF framework is phenomenal and being an inclusive recruiter enables us to more effectively navigate and take advantage of the options available for the business and our people - current and new.
Trident IES have become an inclusive recruiter to expand our pool of applicants for our roles. As part of a review of our recruitment strategy, we will use the SCQF levels to hopefully attract potential candidates.
As part of our Veteran strategy, it is important for us to understand the SCQF levels and how they can help us pitch our job roles effectively, enabling us to attract service personnel who bring skills and experience which are valuable to our business.
The CCG Group mission statement, Building Futures, defines our commitment to our people. The CCG Group is a keen advocator for skills replenishment and development in the Scottish construction industry and by becoming an SCQF Inclusive Recruiter we hope to widen our talent pool and offer a modern inclusive approach to employment and career development.
Scottish Rural College (SRUC)
At the Scottish Rural College (SRUC) we have a diverse range of job opportunities. Becoming an SCQF Inclusive Recruiter, will allow us to attract and maximise our potential applicants, especially in hard to fill roles where transferable skills and experience may be preferred. It is also exciting to think of the potential it may have by using it as a retention tool.
Morgan Sindall Construction
At Morgan Sindall Construction we encourage diversity of people and thought, and we embrace peoples’ differences.
Everyone is unique and we value the different ideas, experiences and perspectives that each individual brings to their work, their team and the wider business.
Scottish Enterprise is Scotland's national economic development agency and a non-departmental public body of the Scottish Government. To deliver a significant, lasting effect on the Scottish economy, they work with partners in the public and private sectors to find and exploit the best opportunities.
Hub International are passionate about people! A global collective, they use skills and experience to help spread the gospel of growth through skills, training and education. By sharing best practice, creating bespoke strategies and educating workforces, they help businesses excel by allowing their people (the building blocks of every company) to shine.
With over 40 years experience delivering great care and support, Cornerstone provides tailored, individual packages of care which focus on enabling people with a variety of needs, including learning disabilities, physical disabilities, autism and complex care needs, to live the best possible life.
Kairos Women+ is a community-led, women’s space based in Paisley, Renfrewshire. A second home for women and non-binary people, we inspire transformational change in the lives of the women+ we work with by collaboratively creating opportunities through workshops, events, training and courses.
West College Scotland
West College Scotland is modern, ambitious and innovative. Created on 1 August 2013 by the merger of Clydebank College, Reid Kerr College in Paisley and James Watt College in Greenock, the College has 21,500 students and 1,200 staff, making it one of the biggest educational institutions in the country.
Inspiring Scotland strives for a Scotland without poverty or disadvantage. They work with people, their communities, charities, and public bodies to develop solutions to some of the deepest social problems. They help essential charities to become extraordinary charities, allowing them to change the lives of the most vulnerable and transform our society.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise
Highlands and Islands Enterprise are the economic and community development agency for the north and west of Scotland. They help build a prosperous, inclusive, and sustainable economy across the Highlands and Islands, attracting more people to live, work, study, invest and visit.
Includem are a Scottish charity that works with children, young people and families to help them transform their lives. They provide intensive, bespoke support to children, young people and families in challenging circumstances. Includem have more than 150 brilliant and dedicated staff working across Scotland.
UHI North, West and Hebrides
We have a network of college centres that provide first class learning to students across the region. We pride ourselves in being in a position to reach out into the community and we work hard to ensure that we continue to meet the needs of learners and businesses throughout the North and West Highlands, Skye and Outer Hebrides.
ScotRail provides nearly 100 million passenger journeys each year, with over 2,300 intercity, regional and suburban rail services a day, more than 340 stations, and just under 800 trains serving Scotland's railway. With over 5,000 employees based across Scotland, it is a large employer with a proud history.
Fife Young Carers
Fife Young Carers SCIO is a local charity committed to improving the support and information provided to Young Carers in Fife. The charity now employs a manager and 15 members of staff, along with a bank of sessional workers. The delivery of its service is also supported by volunteers.
Dumfries and Galloway College
Dumfries and Galloway College is a further education institution and a leading voice in green skills development to help tackle climate change. With campuses in Dumfries and Stranraer, we are one of the main employers and providers of learning and training across the South of Scotland.
Capital City Partnership
Capital City Partnership is the anchor delivery body for Edinburgh’s employability strategy, working together to tackle inequality and poverty. Our key tasks are to advise, support and develop the city’s Jobs Strategy, and to contract, performance manage and improve outcomes from funded employability services.
Borders College is located in the Scottish Borders and offers a wide range of courses, from an introductory level through to advanced courses at Higher National level, including the full range of apprenticeships courses. They also provide a large number of industry-based training courses for businesses throughout Scotland.
Curo Salus is registered with the Care Inspectorate and the Registrar of Independent Schools to provide care and education for boys and girls aged from 5 - 18 years. The service makes specialist provision for children who present challenging and inappropriate behaviours for a variety of reasons either at school, home or in the community.
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