Registration and Accessing Your Profile
You can register your details here for any speculative application you want to make, as well as sign up for job alerts for the roles at ScottishPower that you are interested in. After you register, you will be able to access any current vacancies here as well as update your profile details.
Once you have completed the registration process, you can access current vacancies at any time.
If you have any queries regarding the recruitment system please contact the HR Department on 0141 614 9980.
Policy on Recruitment and Selection
ScottishPower aims to create a positive recruitment and selection experience for every employee and prospective employee, across every part of our business and for every level of post. The company is committed to handling applications to a consistently high standard and all candidates, irrespective of the outcome of their application, will be treated with dignity and respect. Those involved in the recruitment and selection process will act with integrity, objectivity and professionalism.
Equal Opportunities and Guaranteed Interview Scheme
ScottishPower is committed to equal opportunities for all, irrespective of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy, adoption or maternity or other considerations not justified in law which are irrelevant to the performance of the job.
To allow us to monitor our effectiveness, everyone who applies for a position with us is asked to complete Equal Opportunities information. Please be assured this information will not be used in connection with the recruitment and selection process, and cannot be accessed as part of the pre-screening process. As a Disability Confident Employer, ScottishPower is committed to encouraging applications from people with disabilities. As part of this commitment, the company operates a Guaranteed Interview Scheme for disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the role. The Company is committed to ensuring that candidates with disabilities are able to compete on equal terms with other applicants during the selection process.
As part of our equal opportunities strategy we work in partnership with the following organisations who’re supporting us to develop an inclusive culture across our businesses.
Eligibility to work in the UK
Section 8 of the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996 obliges employers to ensure that all potential employees are eligible to work in the United Kingdom prior to the commencement of their employment within the Company. All candidates must provide documentation proving that they are eligible to work in the United Kingdom at interview stage.
From January 2021, Citizens of the EU, EEA and Switzerland will also need to demonstrate their right to be in the UK (settlement status or UK Visa) as freedom of movement between the United Kingdom (UK) and the European Union (EU) has ended.
To ensure fairness and consistency in our recruitment and selection procedures, all applications received will be retained on file for a period of six months, irrespective of the outcome. However, if you do not wish this information to be held you should advise us in writing.
Please note: all successful candidates will undergo pre-employment suitability screening - read more about this here (pdf, 34kb).