MUIRHOUSE FESTIVAL RELATIONS ASSISTANT ACTIVITIES CENTRE e n p n g in b Candidates must be educated to HND level in Public REQUIRE AN Relations. Communications or related disciplines. The ARTS ' ability to operate DTP isessential. Appicants must possess DEVELOPMENT 3 e m e a pl 8 a developed communication skills. both oral and written. This . position representsan ideal firstpositionforthosewishingto WOR.KER(DRAMA) pursue a career within the arts. _ elm 5:12.000 P-a- . ' _ . We offerasalary of £7500—£9500 dependenton experience. C‘"““"‘“ 51‘0"” b“ cmmmcd e a d I n e Working conditions are excellent and benefits include a as to the use of the m as 8 i901 ' hour working week, 5 weeks annual leave, superannuation. f“ Wu?“ °°"“““"“Y and gck pay scmmes' lob descfiEi/inffidatilpplieatim | Please apply in writing enclosing your c.v. and the names of {cm from. immerses io= ' Media Training with Green Action IAN BONE, Press and Public Relations Co-ordlnator MARTHA THOM , , , , mmrouse FESTIVAL if you are Interested in enwronmental issues, keen to THE GLASGOW ROYAL CONCERT HALL Magovgéfiggfimfl learn new media skills but are currently unemployed, 2 SAUCHIEHALL STREET, GLASGOW, 62 am EDINBURGH Em‘4px why not spend six months with Green Action? We Closing date 19 February 1993 offer validated training and the chance to gain valuable For informal enquiries phone work experience. The course is free, your expenses 0min 2‘151ficmms will be met in full and if you are currently in receipt of 172.93 fimmmws‘: take place state benefits these should remain unaffected. N SCOTLAND on 22.2.93. For full details call us on 041 248 6864 or wrlte to: US MFAC is an ual opportunities “Zita,” GREEN Acrlon menu . 12 MONTH CONTRACT - £12,690 (Under Review) % 236 CLYDE STREET ivltwul . GLASGOW Gt NH The National Union of Students is seeking to appoint a Research We are striving for equal opportunities Officer to be based in Edinburgh headquarters. The successful

Scottish education would be an advantage this may be less essential than thequalities required to contribute positively to the work of NUS .

The post will run for a fixed term of 12 months which may be re-negotiable.

candidate will be expected to undatake research and assist the Scottish Executive in its policy development in the fields of Scottish Higher Education and Student Financial Support, including “casework assistance to local students' associations.

The post requires good research skills, the ability to analyse complex issues and good communication skills. Whilst previous research experience and / or knowledge of Student Financial Support and

Holidays are 22 days plus 7 extra fixed days plus Public Holidays.

Further details and application skills are available from the Manager, NUS Scotland, 11 Broughton Market, Edinburgh, EH3 6NU Tel: 031 $56 6598.

Closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 26th February and interviews for short-listed candidates will be held in mid-March.

NUS is striving to be an Equal Opportunities Employer

will be based in Edinburgh, have an eye for detail, the ability to work at short notice to syn deadlines and have access to a word processor. Some publishing experience would be a distinct advantage and scientific background would be helpful. (This opportunity would be relevant to a freelance pursuing Units 1, 2, 3 for NVQ Book Editing Level 3).

FREELANCE EDITORIAL OPPORTUNITY The Editorial Resources Unit of Qiurchill Livingstone seeks an Please send a copy of your CV and a handwritten accompanying letter

related and proofreading tasks on a freelance basis. The ideal candidate

additional troubleshoot“ willing to undertake ocassional editorial- giving details of any relevant experience to: \ EDITORIAL MANAGER (ERU) CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE t ROBERT STEVENSON HOUSE 1-3 BAXTER'S PLACE LElTH WALK EDINBURGH { EH1 BAF Please mark your envelope Freelance Opportunity

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