Living in the Highlands: A home with a heart
Covering 10,000 square miles of some of Scotland’s most stunning landscapes, the region offers everything from the vibrant city of Inverness to some of Europe’s most breath taking beaches, as well as a rich heritage and Gaelic culture. Little wonder then that this is one of the most sought after places to live in the UK.
The region boasts a great range of housing, both traditional and new build, plus great schools, leisure and arts facilities and healthcare.
And whether you opt for the buzz of a town or the tranquillity of the countryside, great transport links mean that everything is within reach.
A quarter of a million people call the region home.
Why not join them?
You will be joining a high performing successful organisation located in a unique part of the country, a removal and relocation package of up to £6,500 is available if you relocate to Highland.
Working in the Highlands: At the heart of the action
As the largest employer in the Highlands, we understand that our most valuable asset is our people. When it comes to recognising and rewarding hard work, like our team, we go the extra mile.
We understand that while your work matters to you, it’s not the only thing going on in your life.
We know that you’re ambitious, so we’ll do all we can to support you when it comes to career development and training.
We know that these things matter, so we take care to get them right.
Across Highland Council our school leaders work to provide an integrated service for children and families, bringing together colleagues across health, education and social care in a single Care and Learning Service. We have an embedded practice model across all professional disciplines, achieving full implementation of ‘Getting it right for every child’.
Highland Council has begun an ambitious mManagement of Schools programme which aims to strengthen the support for head teachers as leaders of learning and teaching and to sustain schools in local areas.
Highland Council is committed to the enhancement and delivery of learning and teaching through a digital learning project, which will provide pupils with 1 to 1 devices from P6 to S6.
Applications from Gaelic speakers are encouraged.
Applications can made online at: https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/highland/search.asp
The closing date for application is Monday 30 April 2018.