An exciting opportunity has arisen within an Aberdeen based professional society, The Society of Advocates in Aberdeen for a part-time events coordinator and enthusiastic administrator providing support to the Management Committee. Expected to involve between at least 15-20 hours a week, the job is flexible; you can work remotely from home, although you would be asked to work at our historic Advocates Library premises (adjacent to Aberdeen sheriff court) one day a week. There will be the opportunity for overtime to cover events at the Library when held outwith core hours (eg occasionally at evenings or weekends). We are looking for a responsible Executive Assistant to perform administrative tasks in a well-organised and timely way. This is a busy and dynamic role where, in addition to traditional EA duties, the post holder will have the responsibility of promoting and arranging a variety of events within the Library. You will also be interacting proactively with the Society’s membership. Given part of your responsibilities would involve administering our small payroll, experience with SAGE software would be helpful. The successful candidate would be IT literate and have good communications skills. Applications (with accompanying CVs) are invited by emailing The Society at email@example.com by 5 November 2021.
Author: Maria Robertson
Trainee Membership Application
Trainee membership has been applied for by Laila Kennedy of Ledingham Chalmers.
Associate Membership Application
Alistair Mackenzie, Justice of the Peace, has applied for Associate membership.
2021 diary open!
Trainee membership application has been received from Declan O’Keefe of Iain Jane & Co.
Annual General Meeting 2020
All necessary documents for the AGM on 24th November will be distributed to members. Please check your in box.
Track and Trace form
If you have reason to attend the Library, which is currently only available by prior arrangement, please complete and submit a Track and Trace form.
Promotion to ordinary
Application for promotion from Trainee to Ordinary member has been received by Sian Fish of George Mathers & Co.
Maria Robertson is now back in post, but working from home for the foreseeable future. Access to the library is by appointment only, please give her enough notice to arrange.
Ordinary membership applications have been received from Stephanie Miller and Claire Kettlewell of the Civil Legal Assistance Office.