RECRUITMENT ‘ l
A Sub’Editor/Assistant Publicity Officer is required to work on the Strathclyder — the Regional Council's
10 issues per year newspaper .
The successful candidate will he required to: Prepare editorial material for Strathclyder and other Regional Council publications, involving on—screen production and editing of copy for publication and onrscreen page layout to camera—ready stage.
A background in journalism or public relations is desirable, and experience of Apple Macintosh computers and of QuarkXpress or Pagemaker software would be an
The successful candidate would also be required to undertake other duties associated with all aspects of the Regional Council's communications strategy.
Applications are particularly weICome from members of 5
black and ethnic minority communities which are underr represented in the department.
A detailed job description and application form is available from the Administration Section, Public Relations Department, 20 India Street, Glasgow GZ 4PF, )_ tel: 041-227 3470, quoting reference 43 no.PR02000, to whom all applications should be returned by Monday 19 October 1992.
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r Arts and Events 1 Development Ofﬁcer
£14,580 — £18,255
Banff and Buchan District Council has a growing reputation throughout Scotland for the provision of arts activity opportunities.
We are now looking for a suitably experienced dynamic and self-motivated person as our next Arts and Events Development Ofﬁcer. You will be responsible for developing an arts strategy. managing four Residencies, liaising with the Scottish Arts Council, budgeting and the programming of arts events. You will have excellent communication skills, a ﬂair for motivation and an appreciation ofthe local culture and heritage of the North East of Scotland.
To maintain the vigour of this post the Council does not intend to employ anyone for more than four years. The Council Operates car loan and leasing facilities and will pay relocation expenses where appropriate.
Banfft‘B’Buehan 1: & District Council '
Further details and application forms are available'from
the Chief Executive’s Department, St Leonard’s,
Sandyhill Road, Banff A845 IBH (Tel; 0261
812521), ext. 268. Completed applicaton
forms should be returned by Wednesday, let October, 1992.
l I Fiddle, mandolin and guitar i lessons. Irish/Scottish dance . music. Fingerpicking, ' ﬂatpicking,opentuningsand improvisation. Friendly, i informal tuition. Beginners l welcome. Phone 041 332 7702.
I Interested in meditation or salt-knowledge? The Gnostic Movement holds free courses in Glasgow and Edinburgh in this i Ancient Esoteric Science of Self Understanding. Write: PO Box 3 730, Glasgow G51 2DR or Phone: 031 661 8068.
I Sax, flute, theory and
improvisation (any instrument):
; learn from experienced tutor with honours music degree and own exclusive method. MU member. All ages and beginners l
9 I Developing women as
managers in Scotland. An
’ opportunity for women at all levels to identify and work on
j their personal and professional
: course, MOTEC Edinburgh,
3 16—20 November. Phone 0506
I I Massage lO-week
introduction course from
I November 24th to February 9th
I (inc Christmas break). For
; further information, please
‘ contact The Centre for Natural Therapeutics, before November
I Singing/piano tuition Fully qualiﬁed West End teacher (Glasgow). Reduced rates for students/U B40. Why not treat yourself to 10 lessons now? Music theory also available. Tel: 041 946 5794.
THE SALISBURY CENTRE Flower Essences for Wholeness with Leonie Fitzgerald: Sat l7/Sun 18 Oct, [Dam—5pm, £38/£32. This is an experiental workshop focused on developing your connection with Nature to help manifest a fulﬁlling life which works! Introduction to Kabbalah with Warren Kenton (Z‘ev Ben Shimon Halevi): Fri 23 Oct, Slide Show and Talk, 7.30—9.30pm; Sat 24/Sun 25 Oct, Workshop, 10am—5pm. The Kabbalah is the mystical dimension that underlies Judaism, Christianity and the Occult traditions of the West. It is a body ofesoteric knowledge that has been passed down the generations by schools of the soul.
To book contact:
The Salisbury Centre 2 Salisbury Road, Edinburgh EH16 5A0. Tel: 031 667 5438.
I 20% oil cycle hire (Bringthis ad) eg Long weekend Mountain Bike Special - nearly new machine, Friday to Monday. plus helmet plus boot rack now only £20. Central Cycle Hire, Lochrin Place , Tollcross, 031 228 6333.
\\ ” "l I Dance for all Adult and
children’s dance classes — Jazz, Ballet, Spanish and Tap, RAD
I Singing teacher has a few vacancies. All ages, styles and problems welcome! Phone 031 225 2694.
KRYSTAL THEATRE/FILM COMPANY We are now offering tuition for the development of acting skills applicable for both theatre and film, including audition preparation. Tel: 041 556 3297 from 12 October.
I The Bicycle Repair Shop for fast repairs (no booking), free
. estimates and safety checks and I spares by Blackburn,
Continental, Finish Line, Girvan, Joe Murray, Magura,
‘ Mavic, Miche, Onza, Park,
Rhode Gear, Ringlé, Ritchcy,
; Rock Shox, Shimano, SunTour, : Tioga, X-Lite, Zcfal. Zoom,
etc, etc. Lochrin Place,
Tollcross, 031 228 6633.
RAKU POTTERY COURSE on the beautiful Isle ofArran. 4 days, 19—23 Oct 1992. Make, glaze and fire your own pots. Beginners welcome. Tutor: Susan Nuttgens. Home
examination classes at Epworth Halls, Nicolson Square. Edinburgh. Further information from ()31 667 1327.
CEROC Learn to partner dance to any type of music - anywhere. Ceroc is an exciting. stylish form of modern jive based on French rock and roll. 1-h0ur lesson and 2 hours freestyle dancing. No need to bring a partner. Wednesdays, 7—10pm. at The Venue, 490 Sauchiehali Street. Glasgow. Further information from 041 946 5258.
I Freelorrn movement/dance group meet on Sundays, 7.45—9.30pm, Salisbury Centre (near Commonwealth Pool). The space, place. time and rhythms to explore movement. Join us! £2 (£1). Details from 031667 9148 (Kate).
USE YOUR LOAF! Make bread. Share your know-how through our PRIVATE TUITION column.
I Accountancy services for the self-employed and small businesses. Year-end accounts, tax returns and business plans. For a professional service at reasonable rates contact
Mark Noonan on 031 553 6544.
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY Studio or location. Specialise in contemporary black and white portraiture. Make-up artist available. All enquiries
cooking, comfortable welcome. accommodation. £160 Phone 041 644 5656. all-inclusive. Phone 07707 536 or 031 220 0751. CREATIVE BUSINESS SERVICES Problem solving
SMALL GROUPS AT ALL LEVELS. DAY 8: EVENING CLASSES AVAILABLE. QUALIFIED NATIVE TEACHERS COLEGIO ESPANOL DUNDONALD HOUSE 50 DUNDONALD ST. EDINBURGH EH3 3RX TEL: 031-557 3928
19th. Telephone: 041 554 4017.
Action plans Person-centred support and guidance for managers and executives. Contact: Danny McGuigan Telephone: 041 945 3227 Fax: 041 9466103.
I JolnerJ .E. Duggan. Reliable tradesman. All types of joinerwork undertaken in Central Scotland. Phone Penicuik 76565.
74 The List 9 - 22 October 1992