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 About Scotland and the local area

Based in Clydebank, Scotland, the Golden Jubilee is an ideal location for first time buyers, families and anyone looking for a change of scenery. The area offers affordable housing, access to schools and childcare, and has regular convenient transport links to Glasgow, Edinburgh and beyond.

Set on the banks of the River Clyde, NHS Golden Jubilee is a short journey from Glasgow’s vibrant City Centre and West End, but also on the doorstep of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park - the stunning gateway to the Highlands.

If you are considering a career with NHS Golden Jubilee, you’ll want to know more about the area you’re coming to.

Below, you will find some information to help you find your feet and get a better understanding of not only local housing, schools and childcare, but what there is to do nearby.

The NHS Golden Jubilee also shares a site with a 4 star hotel and conference centre, with discounts and special offers available for staff. For more information about the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel, click here.

 Welcome to Clydebank

The NHS Golden Jubilee and the Conference Hotel are located in the Dalmuir area of Clydebank. Located on the River Clyde, the town has a population of approximately 26,000, with easy to navigate transport links to help you explore Scotland.

Clydebank is about 5 miles away from Glasgow, Scotland’s biggest city, which means you are only a short journey (around 30 minutes by public transport) away from the vibrant City Centre and West End.

This means there is plenty to see and do, from shopping, cinema, restaurants, open spaces, you’ll have no problem immersing yourself in the Scottish way of life. For more on what there is to see and do in Glasgow and the surrounding area, click here.

If the sights and sounds of City Life aren’t your thing, Clydebank is also a short trip away from the world renowned Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park – commonly known as the stunning gateway to the Highlands.

For more information on what you can see and do in the area, visit this link.

For more information on what there is to see and do nearby, click this link for information about the surrounding areas, Glasgow and the West End.

 Why Scotland?

Scotland is known for stunning scenery, vibrant culture and a world-renowned reputation for providing a warm, friendly and open welcome to everyone.

Scotland is a country buzzing with culture and offers a wide variety of activities, sights, festivals and more to get involved in. Home to both the world’s largest cultural festival – the Edinburgh Fringe Festival – 282 Munros (mountains over 3,000ft), stunning beaches and multiple Islands, there is plenty to explore and enjoy.

As well as our friendly people, Scotland also offers a great quality of life. The cost of living in Scotland is up to 50% lower than other major UK cities, providing not just affordable housing but value for money on all aspects of life, from shopping to day trips.

Working for NHSScotland, you will also benefit from higher salaries than other areas of the UK, based on the Agenda for Change programme.

By beginning your career with NHS Golden Jubilee, you will also be supported to continue to develop your career and skillset through training and education opportunities.

We understand that moving your life to a new country can seem daunting, but we are here to help every step of the way.

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