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Capability Scotland's greatest asset is its people. Join us.

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We offer challenging and rewarding jobs where you can make a real difference to the lives of disabled people.

We offer careers in care and community support services throughout Scotland and in particular:

  • Lanarkshire
  • Perth
  • Fife
  • Edinburgh
  • Dundee
  • Glasgow
  • Johnstone

We provide full training and will fund staff to attain an SVQ where this is a requirement of the role. Working in social care is a fun and rewarding career choice and we will support those who are looking to try something new.

We also have opportunities for other disciplines such as:

  • Finance
  • Fundraising
  • IT
  • Human Resources
  • Communications
  • Teaching, to name but a few!

We look forward to meeting people from a diverse background and value life experience as well as appropriate qualifications for our jobs.

We believe it is crucial that staff are given training which supports their development within their current role and will help them to progress their careers even further, therefore we offer a strong training programme.

Disability Confident Employer

Capability Scotland is a member of the Disability Confidence Scheme which commits to employ, keep and develop the abilities of its disabled staff.

There are two themes with core actions in this scheme, which are:

Getting the right people for our business

  • Actively looking to attract and recruit disabled people
  • Providing a fully inclusive and accessible recruitment process
  • Offering an interview disabled people who meet the minimum job criteria
  • Flexibility when assessing people so applicants have the best opportunity to demonstrate they can do a job
  • Proactively offering and making reasonable adjustments as required
  • Encouraging our suppliers and partners to be Disability Confident

Keeping and Developing our people

  • Promoting a culture of being Disability Confident
  • Supporting employees to manage their disabilities or conditions
  • Ensuring there are no barriers to the development and progression of our staff
  • Ensuring managers are aware of how they can support staff who are sick or absent from work
  • Valuing and listening to feedback from staff
  • Reviewing the Disability Confident Employer self-assessment regularly


If you have any questions about this please contact Claire Little.

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For more information

For enquiries regarding specific job adverts, please contact the manager listed on the advert.

For other enquiries or if you have any general questions about working for us, please contact Human Resources by emailing Claire Little