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Our careers page features a range of employment opportunities within the golf industry in Scotland, from roles within Scottish Golf to those at our member golf clubs. If your club would like to advertise a position at no cost, contact [email protected] with job description, club logo and deadlines.


With the positive impact that Covid-19 has had on the increase in golf participation across Scotland, we are looking to recruit a new role as Director of Pathways & Coaching to lead the collaboration between Scottish Golf and key stakeholders to develop and implement a world class pathway for golf in Scotland. We are seeking an individual with the drive, energy and experience of delivering our vision of making golf Scotland’s game for everyone.

The key deliverables of the role are:

  • Develop the structure, systems and process that supports a world class pathway aiming to maximise results at every stage
  • Accountable for leadership and coaching across all stages of the pathway, ensuring that all stakeholders are aligned to driving an innovative and inspirational high performance culture
  • Evolve the player development system to produce results and success at all levels
  • Collaborate and build partnerships across Scotland that creates a network of world class activity aligned to a common goal within the pathway for all ages and stages

The essential experience we require:

  • A Minimum of 5 years’ experience working in high performance sport
  • Experience of planning, implementing and managing successful talent identification and development programmes within elite sport environments
  • Demonstrated ability to analyse the effectiveness of sports performance pathways and identify interventions to increase engagement within the pathway for all ages and stages
  • A proven ability to communicate complex information, orally and in writing in terms that are easily understood by a range of audiences and stakeholders, including Board level presentations
  • An understanding of the involvement of various roles who contribute to the promotion of exceptional sporting talent in golf (technical experts, coaches, performance sport practitioners)
  • Working within and or co-ordinating an inter-disciplinary team to achieve desired outcomes
  • A creative thinker with the tenacity and confidence to see things through to implementation and completion
  • An ability to work under pressure and balance conflicting demands enabling tight deadlines to be met
  • International golfing experience at an amateur and professional level

To view the full job description click here

If you have the appetite, passion and experience to be part of an exciting future for golf in Scotland, putting “participation for all” at the heart of the game, then please send your CV and cover letter to [email protected] and include Director of Pathways & Coaching in the subject line.

Closing date: 12 noon on Monday 6 December

Interviews: Monday 13 December at Arrol House, Viking Way, Rosyth, KY11 2UU



With a strategic vision to make golf Scotland’s game for everyone, we are committed to providing opportunities for Scottish teams and individuals to compete at a high level, creating champions and ambassadors who inspire future generations of golfers. We are seeking an individual with the drive, energy and experience to contribute towards the delivering this vision.

The key deliverables of the role are:

  • Manage National performance programmes, including delivery of player and parent education
  • Close liaison with Coaches ensuring that each player has a comprehensive plan for their development
  • To manage and oversee the operational aspects of relevant training programmes, camps, competitions and team events, which will on occasion involve travel (possibly overseas)
  • To benchmark individual, team and programme in line with agreed goals/targets

The essential experience we require:

  • A Minimum of 2 years’ performance programme management, including financial management is essential
  • NGB is essential
  • Significant experience of performance sports development and or coaching is essential
  • Experience of managing/coaching teams is essential
  • Experience of working with a variety of partners is essential
  • Golfing knowledge is highly desirable
  • Excellent IT skills, especially use of Microsoft Excel and other project management tools

To view the full job description click here

If you have the appetite, passion and experience to be part of an exciting future for golf in Scotland, then please send your CV and cover letter to [email protected] and include Performance Programme Manager in the subject line.

Closing date: 12 noon on Friday 10 December


Montrose Golf Links is situated on the most famous coastline in the world for links golf. Golf has been played here for over 450 years: making it the 5th Oldest in the world.

This forward-thinking, progressive venue is now looking for a capable, customer-focused General Manager to help build the business. Your role will lead, direct, and manage the highly competent teams of employees and contractors managing both courses. You will have strong financial acumen with knowledge of how to generate new revenue streams allowing strategic improvements while managing the business on a day-to-day basis. Relevant skills in leadership, customer-facing, strategic thinking is essential.

Key duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Work with the Board of Directors to deliver a Strategic Business Plan, creating a foundation for a sustainable future
  • Review and update all policies, processes, and SOP’s
  • Provide clear, concise, and deliverable goals to the staff of MGL aligned to the agreed strategic plan
  • Lead, engage and inspire the team
  • Enhance the experience of the venue for our members and visitors

You will have an outgoing personality to positively influence the performance of other members of the team and engage with external agencies/stakeholders. Your role is to deliver the strategy to ensure current customer expectations are exceeded and future customers (Season Ticket Holders and Visitors) know the venue through consistent application and strengthening of the MGL brand.

Essential Skills & Behaviours:

  • A proven record in managing a customer-focused, commercial organisation
  • A thorough understanding of the governance best practice
  • IT Literate in Microsoft applications
  • Marketing
  • Project Planning
  • Golf Course Management Experience would be preferable but not essential
  • Business change

We expect our team members to:

  • Have customers at the heart of everything they do, seek to delight, and deliver a service that is world leading.
  • Be actively involved in and passionate about community engagement including understanding that cost savings and revenue generation.
  • Think strategically and work collaboratively in order to achieve maximum benefits for the customer and the business.
  • Be responsible in their behaviours and actions in regard to health and safety and wellbeing of all team members.
  • Be present, engaged, and committed to continuous personal and team development.


  • Competitive Salary
  • Pension Scheme
  • Holiday Entitlement
  • Golf Membership

This role may include weekend and evening attendance as required.

To apply to this role please click Apply Now


Situated only 4 miles from Edinburgh city centre, Liberton Golf Club opened in 1920 and has a vacancy for the part-time role of Club Administrator.

Due to retirement, Liberton Golf Club is presently looking to employ a new Club Administrator. The successful applicant will assist the Secretary with the smooth and efficient running of the office.

The job requires a person with good financial knowledge to work with existing accounting systems and processing of monthly payments.

Main duties of the post include:

  • Maintaining Club membership database.
  • Providing information to prospective new members.
  • Manage all payments to suppliers within set timescales.
  • Post all expenditure and receipts to Xero accounting system.
  • Managing Club correspondence, enquiries and cash handling.
  • Ordering all office and clubhouse stationery and supplies as required.

Skills, Abilities and Experience:

  • Minimum of two years administrative experience.
  • Financial knowledge, previous experience of Xero accounting package would be an advantage.
  • Proficient IT skills, competent in the use of Microsoft Office including Word and Excel.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Friendly and approachable with excellent organisational skills, forward thinking and attention to detail.

Hours: 20 per week which will require to be worked flexibly.

Remuneration: Dependent on experience.

More details are available from the Secretary.

Applications, including current CV, to be sent via email to: [email protected]

Closing date for applications: 3rd December 2021


East Renfrewshire is a moorland course regionally recognised as the number 1 golf course in Renfrewshire. Situated in the Southside of Glasgow, we are delighted to offer the role of Accounts Administrator to join the team ahead of the Clubs Historic Centenary Year in 2022.

Reporting directly to the Club Manager, you will have shared responsibility for processing all invoices and payroll and the delivery of general administration functions in order to ensure the efficient running of the Club.

You will have excellent interpersonal and organisational skills coupled with the ability to effectively liaise with members, visitors and suppliers/contractors.

You must be IT literate with a working knowledge of SAGE Accounts and Microsoft Office. In addition you will have a flexible approach to allow duties to be occasionally undertaken outwith normal working hours during peak periods.

Previous experience of working within a Golf Club environment is desirable; however previous administration experience is essential.

The main duties and responsibilities include:

  • Processing invoices and maintaining accurate accounts using SAGE Accounting software.
  • Preparing, inputting and submitting monthly payroll to payroll services before making salary payments, including pension submissions. Input Payroll transactions to sage.
  • Working knowledge of VAT would be preferable.
  • Ensuring membership annual subscriptions and records are produced, updated and maintained accurately.
  • Processing new membership applications.
  • Maintenance of office files (hard copy and electronic).
  • Effectively liaising with and responding to member, visitor and supplier enquiries.
  • Processing and issuing swipe cards for new members and issuing replacement card/fobs for existing members.
  • Responsibility for ordering office stationery and ensuring office stock levels are maintained.

Hours – 21 hours per week to be worked over 3 days (start/finish time negotiable)

Salary – £12,372 per annum

Closing date – 8th December 2021

Expressions of interest should be sent to [email protected]


Thornton Golf Club, situated in Fife, has an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, motivated and skilled Club Professional to join our forward thinking team. Thornton Golf Club, is a par 70 parkland course with over 400 members. The Club was established in 1921 and is celebrating it’s 100th year. The club boasts excellent clubhouse facilities as well as a large practice area.

The Head Professional will work closely with General Manager and Head Greenkeeper on a daily basis and be part of the Management Committee to assist in developing the club with a focus of increasing/retaining membership and developing revenue streams.

The Club requires the Head Professional to work on a self-employed basis with a very clear remit and must be able to demonstrate the following attributes & skills:

  • Manage and maintain a well-stocked shop.
  • Use their ability to increase membership and increase revenue streams.
  • Identify future business opportunities to enhance and develop Thornton
    Golf Club.
  • Have ability to demonstrate a high level of administrative
    competency on Club V1 and BRS.
  • Provide first class golf tuition to individuals and groups including input into our thriving junior coaching programme.
  • An enthusiastic and creative approach to communication and marketing, including a excellent understanding of all social media platforms.
  • Assist with the administration of club competitions, society & corporate golf days.
  • Meeting and greeting members, members guests, visitors providing exceptional customer care at all times.

Thornton Golf Club can offer an attractive Retainer Agreement to allow you to develop and run a successful business.

If you would like to be considered for this excellent opportunity, please send a cover letter and CV, outlining your suitability, level of experience and competence, to Richard Murphy, General Manager, Thornton Golf Club, Station Road, Thornton, KY1 4DW or email [email protected]

Closing Date: Wednesday 15th December 2021

Anticipated Start Date: Tuesday 1st February 2022


Inverurie Golf Club is seeking to recruit a Junior Organiser to take on the role as the key focal point in the development & sustaining of the clubs’ Junior Development Program, aligned to Scottish Golf National Framework.

To the right applicant:

  • This will present a rewarding opportunity to apply a blend of skills, valued by the Club
  • Be instrumental in driving Junior Development within the Club
  • Adopt a caring approach in the development of individual Junior Golfers

Someone who can perform the Key Tasks:

  • Manage Juniors Section Coaches/Volunteers
  • Interface with Club Manager, Club Professional & Scottish Golf
  • Create & maintain an environment where Club Juniors develop as both golfers & individuals
  • Organise Junior Club competitions, events & coaching sessions
  • Liaise with Scottish Golf in terms of coaching, Juniors’ development profiles & events
  • Develop & sustain local Schools’ Program, in liaison with sportscotland

We are seeking someone with the following Key Skills:

  • Enthusiastic about the role & open to ideas
  • Good organisational & administrative skills
  • Good communicator with young individuals & all Club sections
  • Adopt a caring & compassionate approach with Junior Members

Interested parties are advised to contact [email protected] for further information.

An attractive package commensurate with experience is on offer to the successful candidate. Please forward your CV and covering letter to the office, emailing: [email protected]

Closing date: 17th December 2021


Forfar Golf Club is based amidst the beautiful Angus countryside and can boast an illustrious history. In 1871, Founding member James Brodie invited Tom Morris Snr to Forfar where he laid out an 18-hole golf course. This was the very first 18-hole course built from inception anywhere in the world.

The club is currently recruiting for a Head of Retail & Golf Operations.

This is a fast pace and rewarding role, leading the retail team to deliver exceptional customer service whilst managing the overall sales performance of the Golf Shop.

This position will include ensuring exemplary merchandising standards whilst making all buying decisions.

The successful candidate will take responsibility for the administration of all golf bookings, membership enquiries and group outings, along with the running of competitions and processing of handicaps.

A passion for the game is highly desirable as we seek someone to proactively market Forfar Golf Club to a wider audience.

You will report directly to the Club Manager.


  • Organise rotas for shop staff
  • Merchandise golf shop, monitor stock levels and perform monthly stock check
  • Daily/weekly banking
  • Order & Stock management
  • Management reporting
  • Golf Club repairs


  • Act as a reliable and informative point of reference for members and visitors
    with relation to Club matters
  • Maintain good relations with customers and suppliers
  • Obtain and interpret regular feedback from members and visitors
  • Take an active interest in the development of all golf at the Club particularly
    juniors and beginners by liaising with the relevant section leaders


  • Process all competition results
  • Set up online competition booking
  • Administration of member’s handicaps within the World Handicap System
  • Attend and run Open competitions
  • Deal with all visitor bookings from initial enquiry to payment
  • Produce yearly fixture list
  • Support the Club Manager in the day to day running of the club


  • To promote the Club externally and internally in a professional and friendly manner, always seeking to enhance the reputation of the Club
  • Utilise newsletters, e-mails, and social media, to improve communication


  • Advanced organisational, administrative and communication skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Knowledge of golf
  • Willingness to work flexible hours as required to meet the demands of the
    position and the Club
  • Financial experience
  • High level of IT competency – MS Office, CRM and booking systems

Desirable Skills

  • Industry recognised qualification
  • Experience with Club V1 and BRS Golf software
  • Working knowledge of the World Handicapping System
  • Competency in social media

CLOSING DATE: 30th November 2021

Salary to be discussed at interview.

All applications should reply with CV and covering letter to [email protected]


Have you the drive, passion and ambition to make this new role your own?

This is a fantastic opportunity for a confident, enthusiastic individual to join the team at one of Edinburgh’s friendliest and progressive private member golf clubs.

This role may suit an experienced club administrator in position or someone looking to progress a career in club management.

The club is willing to talk with suitably qualified candidates about taking the role on either a full or part-time basis. The remit will adjust accordingly.

Reporting to the Club Manager the Golf Operations Coordinator (GOC) will be responsible for front and back office golf operations, ultimately delivering an unrivalled member and visitor experience.

A well rounded knowledge of the golf industry is a pre-requisite. Hours shall be annualised due to seasonal nature of the role and some weekend working will be required.

Candidates with the relevant knowledge, experience, skills and attributes outlined in the job description are invited to apply with an up-to-date CV and covering letter detailing why they are right for the role.

Please email Gus Santana, Club Manager at [email protected]  typing ‘Golf Operations’ in the subject line.

Applications close: Noon, Friday 17th December


Crieff Golf Club is currently seeking interested individual(s) to apply for the Catering Franchise agreement to service members, visitors and visiting parties to the Club.


Situated in the heart of Perthshire, Crieff Golf Club offers a friendly welcome and reliable playing conditions throughout the year, to both members and visitors alike.  Or 18 hole parkland Ferntower course is complemented by our 9 hole Dornock course providing an ideal 27 hole visitor day package.

With a membership of over 800 and approximately 10,000 visitor rounds a year and a large modern clubhouse including an excellent kitchen, we are capable of catering for large functions and visiting parties enabling us to offer an attractive catering franchise to a suitably qualified and competent person or persons.  In January 2022 there will be a full upgrade refit of the clubhouse main lounge and foyer areas making it even more attractive to all members and visitors.


  • Hold appropriate food preparation and health & hygiene certificates
  • The ability to deliver high quality food alongside a customer-focused front of house service to all
  • Experience in providing a similar franchised catering service elsewhere
  • Excellent communication skills
  • This position requires the individual or company to manage all areas of catering as well

This position is on a self-employed basis with Crieff Golf Club providing the kitchen facilities and utilities.


The Club has a well-appointed, spacious kitchen which can be inspected by arrangement.  The main Clubhouse lounge can accommodate up to 110 seated guests with the newly refurbished back bar catering up to 25.

Application Response

Applications are invited from suitably experienced caterers to provide a high-quality catering service to the members and visitors at Crieff Golf Club.

Applications should reach us by end of business on 30th November 2021 addressed to The Captain, Crieff Golf Club, Perth Road, Crieff PH7 3LR or emailed to [email protected]


Clydebank & District Golf Club is a private members’ club, situated in Hardgate on the western edge of Glasgow. Our beautiful parkland course attracts a growing number of visitors and societies, while a range of attractive packages is helping to maintain and develop membership of approx. 500. The relaxed atmosphere in the lounge reflects the welcome that we wish to offer to members and visitors alike.

We have an opportunity for an experienced Caterer to take on the Catering franchise for our club restaurant to look after the day-to-day catering requirements of members and visiting golfers. In addition, catering is also required for formal dinners, restaurant meals, social events and private parties. This is an ideal opportunity for a self-motivated Caterer to expand this business in conjunction with the Club.

Please send CV to Margaret Higgins via email to: [email protected] or by post to, The Secretary, Clydebank & District Golf Club, Glasgow Road, Hardgate, Clydebank, G81 5QY.

Closing date for applications is Monday 13th December 2021


Turnhouse Golf Club Ltd is currently seeking a new partner to apply for our Catering Contract which will service members, guests, visitors, and the public. The position requires the applicant(s) to deliver all aspects of the food operation at Turnhouse Golf Club in line with our vision and standards.

Located near Edinburgh Airport, Turnhouse Golf Club is a vibrant and forward-thinking golf club with an active membership of over 800 across various categories. Our 18-hole golf club is complimented by fantastic practice facilities, creating a busy environment all year round. With a modern clubhouse and an open licence, we are capable of catering for large functions and corporate/society golf days.

There will be a requirement to provide a daily bistro style service to include short order items, breakfasts, bar snacks, light meals, cakes and dinners across our bar and lounge. In addition, we will expect our new partner to work with us to develop new and untapped business.

Operating with a current catering turnover of around £120,000 per annum, there is a fantastic opportunity for our new partner to substantially increase this figure with the delivery of a high quality, consistent service along with the introduction of new ideas. Our membership is very supportive and there is a development of 2,000 houses being built on our doorstep within the next couple of years. We have an ambitious strategy to maximise this opportunity and are therefore looking to work in partnership with a highly motivated caterer to develop what is an already viable and successful business.

Requirements for the ideal candidate:

  • Hold appropriate food preparation and health & hygiene certificates
  • The ability to consistently deliver high quality food alongside a customer-focused front of house service
  • Experience in providing a similar catering service elsewhere
  • Excellent entrepreneurial, communication and marketing skills
  • A flexible and proactive approach to our club’s catering requirements
  • A business structure that allows your team to deliver our club’s requirements within manageable working time requirements.

Turnhouse Golf Club will provide and maintain a fully equipped kitchen and will sign an agreement for a period to be mutually agreed. Suitable candidates should provide a full CV detailing qualifications and previous experience to the General Manager – [email protected].

The closing date for applications is Friday 10th December 2021


An exciting and rare opportunity has arisen for an experienced and talented Course Manager to lead our team.

Cawder Golf Club has two stunning courses; our Championship course with its very own “Amen Corner” and the more forgiving Keir Course. Our members and guests expect exceptional playing surfaces in line with the reputation we have developed over the years.

Following the announcement of the departure of our current Course Manager, we seek to appoint a dedicated and motivated Professional who shares the ambitions of the Club.

The successful candidate will have the following:

  • A proven track record as a Course Manager or Head Greenkeeper
  • Suitable qualifications and a demonstrable Professional development plan
  • A modern approach to greenkeeping with the desire to embrace the latest practices and technologies
  • The ability to communicate well with members, guests, colleagues and committee members
  • The ability to motivate others and get the very best from a large team
  • Experience of managing staff and operational budgets

The remuneration package will include a competitive salary which is negotiable depending on experience, complimentary Club Membership, payment of all Professional body fees, full uniform and discounted food and beverage whilst on duty.

Please click Apply Now to submit your CV and cover letter detailing your suitability for the position.

Application closing date: 10th December 2021


Callander Golf Club was formed in 1890 and is situated in the Trossachs which is widely regarded as the gateway to the highlands. With stunning views from all over the course it could be said that it is one of the most picturesque courses in the area and this in turn leads to a large number of visiting golfers on a yearly basis.

We are seeking a highly motivated individual to join our greenkeeping team, who will play an important role in ensuring that the golf course is maintained to the highest standard.

Our Vision

Callander Golf Club is committed towards providing excellence on the course through a long term course improvement programme.

Objective of the Role

The role of Assistant Greenkeeper is to support the Head Greenkeeper to present the golf courses and surrounding areas at a consistently high standard.

Job Description

It is the assistant greenkeepers role to:

• Maintain the golf courses and other grounds as directed by the Head Greenkeeper and Greens Committee to the required standard. This will include mowing, aeration, fertiliser application, spraying, divoting, bunker maintenance, top-dressing, changing holes, changing
tee-markers, irrigation and system maintenance.
• Carry out construction projects as directed.
• Maintain course furniture and signs. This will involve preparing surfaces, painting, varnishing and repairing.
• Make signs and install signs and ball washers.
• Empty bins around the courses and grounds weekly or more often as required.
• Drive a tractor to conduct operations such as verti-draining, slit-tining, spraying, applying fertiliser, mowing, gravel banding and transporting with a trailer.
• Transport personnel, materials and equipment using buggies and turf trucks making sure to use pathways and avoiding hazardous slopes.
• Use chainsaw (once qualified) for woodland maintenance and tree work.
• Use pesticides (once qualified) as required. Keep spraying records when applying pesticide.
• Keep the greenkeepers’ shed tidy and safe. Cleaned equipment must always be returned to its home shed.
• Keep records of servicing on computerised system.
• Respond to emergencies, including fire and chemical spillages using emergency equipment (eg fire extinguishers) and calling for assistance.
• Carry out any other tasks as directed by the Head Greenkeeper or any other member of the management board.

Person Specification

The applicant will ideally possess the following attributes:

• Previous experience not essential but should be highlighted within the application
• Good time keeper
• Motivated and willingness to learn
• Friendly and willing to work as a team member
• Passion for producing a high quality golf course
• Monday to Friday – Full time
• Weekend work will be on a rota basis

This vacancy will be withdrawn when a suitable person has been appointed.

Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Please send your CV and covering letter for the attention of Grant Donaldson, Head Greenkeeper.

Email[email protected]

Closing Date – 30th November 2021

Address: Callander Golf Club, Aveland Road, Callander, FK17 8EN


Dunblane New Golf Club is a well-presented parkland golf course set in the Cathedral city of Dunblane, Central Scotland. The Club is seeking an enthusiastic, highly motivated Assistant Greenkeeper with good communication skills, the ability to work both autonomously and within a dedicated team.

Working under the direction of the Course Manager or his Deputy, the successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring that the course and practice facilities are maintained to a first-class playing condition as well as assisting with numerous exciting course projects.

The ideal candidate will have the following:

  • Minimum of NVQ/SVQ Level 2 in Sports Turf Management (or equivalent)
  • Good understanding of Health & Safety in the workplace
  • A good understanding of machinery operation
  • Flexible, organised with a hands-on approach and a good team player
  • Good knowledge of modern turf machinery

The successful applicant will have an eye for detail, be self-motivated and be able to deliver the high standards expected by the club.

This is a physically demanding role which requires working outdoors in all weather conditions with rostered weekend shifts.

We also have a range of benefits for the successful candidate:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Full uniform & PPE provided
  • 30 days annual leave (includes bank holidays)
  • BIGGA Membership
  • Additional Training Available
  • Discounted Golf Membership

If you feel you have what it takes to succeed in this position then please apply now.

Wesley Saunders

Course Manager

Dunblane New Golf Club

[email protected]

Closing date: 13th December 2021


The vacancy of Assistant Greenkeeper has arisen at Ranfurly Castle Golf Club.

Reporting to the Head Greenkeeper, we are seeking to employ an enthusiastic, highly motivated individual to assist in the preparation and maintenance of the golf course, continuously delivering high standards.

Ranfurly Castle Golf Club is a member’s golf club which opened in 1889 and is situated on the edge of Bridge of Weir Village.  It is regarded as one of the finest moorland courses in the tranquillity of the Renfrewshire countryside and continues to invest in improving & upgrading the facilities.

Applicants will, as a minimum, be expected to demonstrate a proven track record of the following:

  • A positive attitude to work, good communication skills, self-motivated with excellent time management
  • Able to work flexible hours and work on a rota basis at the weekend
  • Work as a team player and from your own initiative
  • Must hold NVQ 2/3 and have 3 years’ experience
  • PA1, PA6 Spraying certificates
  • Full driving license

It would be an advantage but not essential to have:

  • PA2 spraying certificate
  • Chainsaw Licence
  • Good working knowledge and maintenance of fine turf machinery

The Club will provide:

  • Staff Uniform
  • Educational opportunities
  • An opportunity to increase your skillset, knowledge and enhance your career
  • Pension Scheme

Closing date for applications: Friday 31st December 2021

Please submit your CV and a covering letter, advising of your salary expectations, by email to [email protected] or by post.

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