Working here

We could be just the job if you’re looking for new career options.

If you’re ready to move to a place where your talent and experience can make a real difference, look no further. Paisley and Renfrewshire have a range of opportunities for exceptional individuals who are ready to work their way to a job they love.

These are exciting times for Renfrewshire. Major infrastructure projects moving forward as part of the £1.13billion City Deal investment and an ambitious heritage-led regeneration strategy for our major town Paisley will transform the area, now is the time to be here.

Growing industries in Renfrewshire include culture, health and childcare, manufacturing, skills, tourism and transport.

View a variety of roles available in Paisley.

Looking for work?

Invest in Renfrewshire is an initiative to boost the local economy, tackle unemployment and help you find the job you want or give you the skills you need to find the right position. Working with partners from across Renfrewshire they will help people of all ages and backgrounds to get ready for, find and keep work.

Just graduated?

When the graduation celebrations are over (and by all means, take your time), you will find lots of opportunities in Renfrewshire. There are also plenty of prospects for undergrads too, with internships, work placements and part-time jobs for students.

Starting your own business?

Starting your own business can be both exciting and challenging. If you’re ready to take that first step or have recently started your own business there is lots of support available locally to keep you on track and make sure your venture is a success.

The team at Invest in Renfrewshire can help support you with a wealth of advice, on business issues, grants, property and other support.

Business Gateway Renfrewshire will work with individuals and businesses across Renfrewshire to support them to achieve their ambitions and goals. Whether you are considering self-employment, starting a business or already running a new or existing business, they can support you with a range of advice, expert knowledge, business information and market intelligence.

Starting your own business?

It has all the qualities of a major city, but still maintains the identity and charm you'd associate with a Scottish town. It also has a real sense of scale you wouldn't associate with many towns.

Amanda McMillan
Former CEO, Glasgow Airport

I've always been proud of my links to Paisley and its history. My grandparents worked in the textile mills and were a part of that vibrant industry that built the town - these jobs allowed my father to go on to university and ultimately, in turn, allow me to pursue a more creative career path.

Lynn MacLaughlin
Digital jewellery designer

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