Jobs at Scottish Development International

Looking for job vacancies at Scottish Development International? We don't advertise our vacancies on this site, but you will find them on other government sites.

For jobs in our head office in Scotland, go to the Scottish Enterprise website.
For jobs in our global offices, go to the FCO website.

Internships and work experience with us

We don’t currently offer full-time internships. We can occasionally offer part-time work experience to students who need it as part of a school, college or university course. If you’re interested in work experience with us as part of your education, you’ll need to contact your school, college or university first. They can then work directly with us to arrange something.

We do offer full-time apprenticeships, which you’ll find on the Scottish Enterprise website.

Looking for a job with a Scottish company?

Our main role at Scottish Development International is to help overseas businesses set up in Scotland, work with companies here or trade with Scotland. If you're a professional looking to relocate and find a job in Scotland, there are a number of other services that can help. 


TalentScotland is our agency that helps overseas workers relocate to Scotland. You'll find job listings, information about key employers and information about visas here. 

Find a job on TalentScotland has a wealth of information about working in Scotland, including information about where to find work, what companies are here, what benefits you're entitled to and more. 

Find out more about working in Scotland on


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A Graduate Apprenticeship could help you build the skills and knowledge that Scottish industries need. You'll work, get paid, and achieve a degree – even up to masters level.

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