Welcome to Jobs Direct, the legal vacancies section of the Royal Faculty of Procurators' website - a cost effective, efficient way of ensuring that your recruitment needs are met. All legal vacancies advertised through this service will be e-mailed to an extensive client list of lawyers (both Members and non-Members of the RFPG). The details of the position will also be placed on the Current Vacancies section of the RFPG website and so will be available 24 hours a day until the closing date.
The Royal Faculty can also act as the intermediary on a "box number" basis whereby the details of the Firm advertising the position can be kept confidential - please indicate whether or not you require this service.
In order to advertise vacancies, firms or individuals will need to pay a one-off Joining Fee.
For Individual Members or Practice Unit Members the Joining Fee is £100.00 + vat, the fee for non-Members is £150.00 + vat.
The cost of the service will then be £75.00 + vat per advertisement. If wishing to utilise the box number service the cost will be £100.00 + vat.
To view positions currently being advertised please go to Current Vacancies.
To place an advert simply fill in the online form and the advert will be posted free of charge until the specified closing date or until you decide to withdraw the advert.
To find out more about using this service please contact John McKenzie or phone 0141 332 3593.
Royal Faculty Newsletter - Spring 2017
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