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Scottish Jobs Portal

Skills Development Scotland (SDS), the Scottish national skills body, is rapidly evolving their services to meet the needs of business across Scotland in light of the impact of COVID-19. As a result many employers are faced with acute skills gaps in their businesses – these include areas of critical importance to the economy, including food and drink production.

SDS worked with trade associations across the food chain, including FDF Scotland and Scotland Food & Drink, to establish a job vacancies portal. It is a new free service which enables employers across Scotland to quickly and efficiently advertise vacancies to a broad audience through Scotland's dedicated careers resource My World of Work. Individuals seeking employment at this critical time will be able to view the latest live job opportunities from employers across Scotland with active vacancies.

Employers can advertise jobs here and individuals can find vacancies here.

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Careers in food and drink

A career in the Scottish food and drink industry offers varied opportunities, good pay, exciting prospects and a bright future.

Why work in food and drink?

If you are a scientist, an ideas person or want to work in a dynamic and innovative business environment that offers fantastic progression opportunities food and drink can offer the career for you.

What career opportunities are available?

The Scottish food and drink industry is known across the world for our high quality, nutritious products and we are a vital part of the economy. To maintain this, we need innovators, scientists and engineers to develop and make new products, reformulate existing products, and ensure that we are environmentally responsible. We also need sales, marketing, finance, IT and other business skills. New markets and trends are creating many opportunities for new business startups.

How do I get into a career in food and drink?

Opportunities to enter the industry exist at all levels. You can gain work experience while you are still at school by studying a Foundation Apprenticeship. You can get a job straight from school and train as a Modern Apprentice. Or there are qualifications at college and university that can help access a career in food and drink. You can also apply directly to work in the industry and work your way up, our employers offer good training and development opportunities.

A Future in Food

Our skills initiative, A Future in Food works with partners across Scotland to raise awareness of the career opportunities available in the Scottish food and drink industry. We help young people, educators, career influencers and parents understand these opportunities and the skills needed by employers.

The Scottish Government fund this work through the Scotland Food & Drink Partnership. Our Skills Manager Moira Stalker is on the Scotland Food & Drink People & Skills Board.

20 for 20

Our innovative programme 20 for 20 is supporting our ambition to make food and drink a career destination of first choice. Facilitated by FDF Scotland, our food and drink companies are leading the way by offering work placements, internships, industry specific projects and job opportunities.

The experiences of these individuals and their host companies will help to inform how we can better support the industry recruit their workforce of the future.

If you are a food and drink company interested in finding out more, please contact our Skills Manager Moira Stalker.


Our range of free resources can be used by educators and career influencers when talking to students about career opportunities. Many of these resources can be used as teaching aids and lesson plans can be built around them.

Food and Drink Skills Ambassadors

Our ambassadors inspire young people to consider a career in food and drink. If you work in food and drink and would like to get involved you can sign up as a food and drink ambassador.

More Information

For more information please contact Moira Stalker, FDF Scotland's Skills Manager, at

Last reviewed: 01 Apr 2020