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Construction & Fabrication Jobs in Scotland

Established in Scotland in 1987, Orion Group has achieved consistent growth over the ensuing 30 years and is now an international leader in the provision of personnel to a number of industry sectors.

Orion provide specialist recruitment services to the Construction & Fabrication sector worldwide. With offices strategically placed all over the globe and a head office in Inverness, Orion Group has become renowned for providing recruitment solutions throughout Scotland and across the globe.

Recent vacancies in Scotland we have filled include positions in Building, Civil, Management and Trade sectors.

View our latest Construction Jobs in Scotland now, or send us Your CV.


Latest jobs

Civil Design Technician
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Job type Permanent
  • Location Inverness, Highlands
  • Description We have an excellent opportunity for a Civil Technician to join our client based in Inverness. The purpose of this role is to support engineers, preparing calculations and producing drawings and
Offshore Telecoms Technician
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Job type Contract
  • Location Aberdeenshire
  • Description Our Client urgently requires an experienced Telecoms Technician to work on a North Sea (UK) installation. Rotation: 2/2, mobilisation date at around 26/03/20 or after
Mechanical Technician
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Job type Contract
  • Location Highlands
  • Description 929893 - Mechanical Technician We are currently working with our client to recruit Mechanical Technicians for various sites across the Highlands of Scotland
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