Working in the North Highlands can be challenging, rewarding and incredibly exciting. We’d love the opportunity to tell you more about it so please do not hesitate to get in touch to discuss.

You don’t need to take just our word for it though, see these short interviews with real people who have made the leap to live and work in the North Highlands of Scotland and hear what they have to say!

Charlotte Mountford – Co Director of Lyth Arts Centre

See current vacancies here.

If you’ve secured your dream job in the highlands and are lucky enough to be joined on your adventure by loved ones and family members, there are plenty of opportunities to suit the whole family. Job and volunteering opportunities for children, partners and other family members are available across a range of different sectors within the county, which makes securing employment relatively simple. The community website, contains an up to date list of other employment and voluntary opportunities in the area. The Caithness Voluntary Group are a dedicated team who support the voluntary sector. They would be thrilled to talk you though the volunteering options in the North Highlands. Volunteering locally will help you to meet like minded people and make friends too, the local people have a real pride in the area and will make sure to answer all of your questions on what’s what in Caithness and Sutherland.

If you can’t see any opportunities to suit you, your partner, children of any other family members, please see the links below to be redirected to further job and volunteering opportunities:

The North Highlands is home to a variety of companies and organisations across a range of different sectors including nuclear, construction, manufacturing, education & healthcare. To read more about the companies in the area, follow this link.

Caithness – Open for Business