UNISON transport members in Scotland work for a range of transport organisations, including passenger transport authorities, bus companies, British Waterways, harbour companies and some local airports. Their jobs include professional, managerial, administrative, clerical manual and engineering roles.
In addition to members covered by the Transport Service Group UNISON has many members in local government who support Scotland’s transport infrastructure including planners, engineers, local and trunk roads staff.
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