Orion Group to hire 40 new workers for Scottish renewable jobs in Central Belt

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Inverness-based recruitment agency Orion Group is set to boost the Scottish energy sector with the availability of 40 renewables project jobs in the Central Belt.

Job requirements with a major infrastructure services and engineering group mean Orion has the opportunity to recruit for contract welders and platers positions. Experienced personnel are needed for fast growing renewables and energy projects.

Gary Scott, Orion Group’s regional General Manager, said: “We’ve been working with our client for several years and have built a solid reputation in delivering the best in class personnel to their key engineering projects in the oil and gas and shipbuilding industries.

“We’re aiming to help buck the current jobs trend caused by the many fluctuations in a number of Scottish industries in recent years with the recruitment of 40 new jobs.”

The contract will be managed by Orion’s office in Dunfermline.

David Underwood
David Underwood

Meanwhile, modular temporary accommodation specialist Aiken Group has appointed David Underwood as engineering manager it its Aberdeen-based team.

His industry knowledge in the design and manufacture of skids and tanks as well as cabins of all shapes and sizes, and multi-cabin builds is seen as being fully in step with Aiken Group’s ongoing activities, particularly in the onshore accommodation sector.

 

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