I didn’t realise the city of Perth played such an important part in Scotland’s history.
Not only was Perth the capital of Scotland from the 9th century until 1437, it was Scotland’s ‘second city’ until local government changes in 1975.
The River Tay in Perth is the longest river in Scotland, measuring 119 miles in length.
Scone Palace was where Scottish kings were crowned for centuries.
King James I was murdered in Perth in 1437 by his uncle, Walter Stewart.
Perth became an ‘official’ city again in 2012 to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
In medieval times, Perth was known as ‘St John’s Toun’, which is why its football team is called St Johnstone.
Perth is known as the ‘Fair City’ because of Sir Walter Scott’s 1828 novel The Fair Maid of Perth.
Insurance is a thriving industry, with key brokers and insurers based in Perth proving long term opportunities and stability.
One of these key brokers is looking for an experience commercial insurance account handler to join their team -
The role of the Account Handler is to provide office-based support to an assigned Account Executive in the day to day running of the client portfolio, including setting up all appropriate actions required for contract renewal. Handling new and existing commercial insurance risks. Building insurer relationships.
For more information on this role, please call Elaine McCrink on 0141 353 8376 or forward your cv to firstname.lastname@example.org