Royal Mail has vacancies for postmen/postwomen in Dundee.
Older trades workers left unemployed as a result of a number of firms going bust in Dundee are to take part in a Jobcentre initiative teaching digital skills.
The Iceland supermarket is recruiting delivery drivers in Tayside.
An Angus animal sanctuary is looking for a manager/field officer - and is inclduing accommodation in the package.
The number of people securing permanent jobs in Scotland grew at the fastest rate so far this year in April, according to a new report.
Perth-based firm SSE is to axe 444 jobs, according to trade union Unite.
ScotRail is advertising trainee train driver positions - with salaries of more than £48,000 per year.
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) is holding a job opportunities fair in Dundee this week.
Actors, dancers and other stage staff risk losing their jobs at Dundee Rep as the theatre tries to cut costs.
Dundee jobs market is still reeling from the collapse of construction firm McGill earlier this year, according to the latest employment statistics.
DC Thomson Media is looking for an Editorial intern to join the team based in Dundee over the summer period.
Sports Direct is to close its warehouse in Wigan, resulting in the likely loss of 300 jobs.
A multimillion-pound investment by a decommissioning firm will bring additional jobs to Dundee.
A new enterprise hub aimed at helping young people to start their own business will open in Dundee next month.
Brexit could spark a “new era of economic and industrial decline” in Scotland that the country would take a generation to recover from, a union has warned.
Up to 400 jobs will be created in Glasgow after bosses at KPMG announced the city had been chosen as the location for its second UK managed services hub.
Growth in Scotland’s jobs market remained subdued in March, according to new research.
Hundreds of Honda workers have taken to the streets in Swindon to protest against the closure of the car manufacturer’s factory in the town.
Hundreds of jobs in Aberdeenshire are expected to be safeguarded as a result of a joint funding pledge from the Scottish Government and the European Union.
The Bank of England is expected to hold interest rates at 0.75% once more on Thursday as Brexit uncertainties reach their peak.