Every year, we help thousands of children and young people explore the Bible; make new friends; feel valued and accepted; grow in their understanding of God and what it means to follow him; learn more about themselves; find new ways to pray; develop confidence in their abilities and leadership skills……. and lots more.

Would you like to be a part of this? You will also have the privilege of working with a great team of people and have the opportunity to expand your skills and interests. All our staff play a part in raising support (volunteer, prayer and financial), with a personalised approach that reflects their role and circumstances. 

Got questions or need help? Give our HR department a call on 0141 352 7633 or email hr@suscotland.org.uk

Remember, no matter which role you play, you’ll be making a difference and impacting the lives of children and young people.

Below is the list of our current job vacancies. Click on each vacancy to find out more.

Current Opportunities

SU Scotland

Administrator | West Team | Local Ministries

SU Scotland Centres

2024 Intern Programme

Lendrick Muir

Activities Instructor | Lendrick Muir


Freelance Instructors | Gowanbank

Associate Trusts

We currently have no vacancies with our Associate Trusts

Job opportunities with other organisations

Other Organisations

Vacancies with Scripture Union in the Isle of Man (SUMT)

For further information, contact: stewarts@25a.me.uk

Our Benefits Package

As an SU Scotland member of staff, you will be eligible to receive a range of benefits. These include:

  • Generous pension scheme, with up to 9% employer contribution
  • Annual leave entitlement above the statutory minimum
  • Additional 5 days to volunteer on a Scripture Union Scotland residential
  • Life insurance (death in service)
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Occupational Sick pay
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Flexible Working opportunities
  • Healthy Extras discounts
  • Free Bible reading notes
Eligibility to work in the UK

Scripture Union Scotland is unable to employ anyone who does not have the legal right to remain and work in the UK. For more information, visit: www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk

At SU Scotland we want everyone to feel that they are welcome, valued, and respected. Having a diverse team allows for a range of perspectives and experience. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply.