Current Vacancies Sector: public-sector

FTC Public Sector Employment Law Solicitor – Glasgow

Location: Glasgow

We are delighted to have been exclusively instructed on this interim role with this public sector organisation.

In-house Opportunities – Scotland

Location: Scotland, Central Belt, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Remote

FWA continues to be instructed on a range of interesting inhouse legal positions, from large international businesses to public sector roles. In the last few months in particular, we have seen an increase in demand for lawyers who are interested in making this move.

Interim qualified solicitor – public sector

Location: Edinburgh

We are delighted to be exclusively working on a new fixed term position for this public sector body based in Edinburgh.

Interim Public Sector Solicitor – Edinburgh

Location: Scotland, Central Belt, Edinburgh

We are currently working with this public sector organisation as sole agency on this unique opportunity.

Experienced litigator required at well regarded charitable organisation!

Location: Fife

Our client, a well regarded charitable organisation, is seeking an experienced solicitor to join its small but busy team in the Fife area. 

In-house Commercial Contracts Solicitor, Dundee

Location: Scotland, Central Belt, Dundee

This is an exciting opportunity to join this in-house organisation.

Public Sector Solicitor – Dundee

Location: Scotland, Central Belt, Dundee

Fantastic opportunity to join this Public Sector Organisation in Dundee. 

Interim Public Sector Solicitor – Edinburgh

Location: Scotland, Central Belt, Edinburgh

This public sector organisation is currently recruiting a Solicitor to join its Rural Affairs Team in Edinburgh. 

Flexible Working Opportunities – Scotland

Location: Scotland, Central Belt, Edinburgh, Glasgow

FLEXIBLE WORKING

LOOKING FOR SPECIALISTS SEEKING FLEXIBLE WORKING…

Interim Opportunities – Scotland

Location: Remote, Scotland, Central Belt, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow

INTERIM FOCUS

LOOKING FOR INTERIM SPECIALISTS…

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