Year of Young People: Blazej Wielk

Blog post by Isla Cameron, Corporate Communications Assistant here at RoS For this Year of Young People we asked around the business for people aged 26 and under to contribute in the activities and blog stories that will take place throughout the year. We are working to build the next generation of RoS staff, as we’ve already been doing with our successful MA programme for the … Continue reading Year of Young People: Blazej Wielk

Year of Young People: Ashleigh Elvin

Blog post by Roman Smith, Corporate Communications Assistant here at RoS This year is the year of young people (YOYP for short). To mark this themed year, we’ve teamed up with the young people in our business under the age of 26 to share their stories, and celebrate their success. We interviewed Ashleigh Elvin from the programme office to find out a bit more about her … Continue reading Year of Young People: Ashleigh Elvin

Message from the Keeper: April 2018

It’s a great pleasure to write my first monthly message as Keeper of the Registers of Scotland. April has been a busy and exciting month for me, learning more about the organisation, our customers and our digital transformation. In my first blog, I’ll look back at the highlights of my first month as Keeper, and also give a hint of what’s ahead both for me … Continue reading Message from the Keeper: April 2018

Major milestone as new Keeper signs royal commissions

In her new role as Keeper of the Registers of Scotland, Jennifer Henderson now acts as the official face of RoS. This involves a number of responsibilities, and as discussed in our recent blog, several are related to our Chancery and Judicial Registers (CAJR). Jennifer makes her mark This week, Jennifer completed a major step in officially taking on the roles and responsibilities of the … Continue reading Major milestone as new Keeper signs royal commissions

Derek Oliver: From Port Seton to the Gold Coast!

It’s no secret who we’re supporting in this year’s Commonwealth Games! One of our own registration team members, Derek Oliver, is swapping Cockenzie for Australia’s Gold Coast this April as he joins the Scottish Lawn Bowls team. We caught up with him before he jetted off, finding out about his training schedule and journey to this year’s Games. What do you do in your day-to-day … Continue reading Derek Oliver: From Port Seton to the Gold Coast!