8th February 2019 by SG Admin
A secondment opportunity has arisen for a Senior Strategy & Insight Manager in the Marketing and Insight Unit.
12th September 2018 by Neil Harrison
During February 2018, working in collaboration with F.E.A.T. and Finding Your Feat, we delivered a campaign to increase awareness of sepsis. The detail and background to the campaign was explained by my colleague Dawn Ferguson in her blog post on 19 March After campaign activity was complete an evaluation on the impact was undertaken by Kantar...
1st August 2018 by SG Admin
A secondment opportunity has arisen for a Senior Marketing Manager (International) job-share, in the Marketing Unit based at St Andrew’s House, Regent Road, Edinburgh. Please see Job Description: Senior Marketing Manager – International – Job Description and Application Form: Senior Marketing Manager – International – Application Form Deadline for applications has been set at 12 noon,...
8th June 2018 by lizrockley
Four months ago I sat in a meeting feeling awkward and out of place. I was the only one not wearing head-to-toe leather. The other attendees smiled warmly, each too polite to ask what on earth I was doing there.
24th May 2018 by Alaster Phillips
The General Data Protection Regulations comes into force on May 25, 2018, giving individuals more control over their personal data, and ensuring that organisations collect and process that information properly and securely. To find out more about GDPR, visit the Information Commissioner’s website.
27th March 2018 by SG Admin
Hi everyone, my name is Ellyce and I’m studying PR & Marketing at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh. I recently finished a student placement in the Scottish Government’s Comms/Marketing department and I was asked to write a blog to talk about my experiences. I’ve never written a blog before so I’m going to give it...
19th March 2018 by Dawn Ferguson
When you hear the term sepsis, what do you think? Do you know what it is? More importantly, do you know how to recognise the symptoms? When I was asked to work on the sepsis campaign I had, rather embarrassingly, never heard of it. I had no idea who it affected, the severity of the...
8th March 2017 by Simon Ebbett
One day when I was 17, my history teacher wheeled in a TV and a VCR* and put on a tape of Blackadder II. While my classmates and I were thrilled to spend a lesson watching comedy instead of doing actual work, we were also bemused. Why play us a TV show rather than discuss...
28th February 2017 by Nicola Clark-Tonberg
What did you dream of being when you grew up? What did you imagine the world would be like? The eight-year-old animal-loving me wanted to be a vet until I realised that there wasn’t really a farm that all poorly animals went to for a holiday. Then, I set my heart on being a journalist,...
21st February 2017 by Angela Rankine
Our AboutScotland Facebook page now has more than 212,000 followers internationally. These numbers include our UK following (over 42,000), as well as our audience in America (84,000), Canada (20,000) and Australia (10,000). My job is to share some of the best bits of Scotland with them, showcasing what our country has to offer. And our...