PCS Scotland

PCS Scotland logoPCS Scotland is a national region within the union with five full-time officers, one temporary project worker and three support staff operating from our Glasgow office.

We have a high learning, organising and campaigning profile in Scotland and provide bargaining support mostly to areas that fall within the remit of Scottish ministers.

We are affiliated to the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC), and play an active role in labour movement campaigns throughout Scotland.

Details of our facilities and the work of our team can be found on these pages.      

 

PCS Scotland - Temporary relocation

Because of refurbishment works within the building at John Smith House, there will be slight disruption to PCS Scotland's service.

We will be out of the office from early August - until further notice. Arrangements have been put in place for PCS staff to work remotely during this period.  Staff will retain full access to PCS systems, and will be working as normal.   

How to contact PCS Scotland

Call PCS Scotland on 0141 225 5150 and listen to the voicemail message giving the temporary mobile number or email our confidential mailbox scotland@pcs.org.uk.

National Museum of Scotland faces week long closure because of strike action

The Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) confirm that the National Museum of Scotland (NMS) is facing 7 days of continuous strike action during the Edinburgh Festival.  

PCS Scotland Education Programme: September - December 2015  

The PCS Scotland education programme for the third term of 2015 is now available online.    

Join PCS

Take control of your working life.  PCS is you, your colleagues and thousands of other members joining together for a strong voice and better jobs.

We are a powerful union of more than 26,000 members across Scotland, in the civil service or privatised areas. From court ushers and job centre advisers to tax inspectors and law enforcement, whatever your role PCS is the union for you.

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