This is a new position to assume complete responsibility for the finances ofa company recently purchased from it's London holding company.

The applicant would be responsible for the daily running of the financial affairs and report directly to the Managing Director. Being a new position, it allows considerable scope for new approaches and development, hopefully harnessing successfully with the intended expansion of the company.

The ideal applicant will be suitably qualified and have a keen knowledge of cost analysis and financial planning. The position is based in Edinburgh and the successful candidate will join a young, creative team in an interesting industry.

Salary and benefits commensurate with experience and ability.



Appropriate curriculum vitae to:-

A I Hog; MD Picardy Television Ltd 4 Picardy Place Edinburgh EH1 3.”


£18,642 - £22,503

Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh, is a university-level institution with degree awarding powers. The College’s educational provision includes one of the most extensive ranges of health care courses in the UK, business and management education and theatre arts.

We are seeking a lively, experienced, versatile librarian to join a cheerful hard-working team and to play a key role in maintaining and developing our commitment to high quality user services in a time of rapid change.

We are a busy and progressive library (12.7 fte staff, 80,000 books, 800 serials) serving some 4,000 students and staffand we are currently in the process of automating all our procedures to meet the demands of rapidly growing student numbers and diversifying courses.

Our ideal candidate will be a graduate librarian with substantial post-qualification experience in an academic library. Experience in cata- loguing, classification, systems and automation would be highly advantageous but we will also be looking for proven management ability, good interpersonal skills, initiative and adaptability.

The appointment will be offered on either a

fixed-term (of up to three years) or an open ended basis.

Further particulars and application forms can be obtained from Gary Campbell, Personnel Officer, Queen Margaret College, Clerwood Terrace, Edinburgh EH 12 8T8 (Tel: 031 3173291) to whom completed application forms must be returned by Friday 12 March 1993. Please quote reference LIBZ/ 93 / 1 / LT.



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TOURISM & ARTS CO-ORDINA TOR £20,000 per annum

Scotland's dynamic arts scene already attracts significant numbers of tourists, but there is great potential for further development.

This key appointment will play a major role in developing and marketing arts tourism activities at national, regional and local levels.

This post requires a creative, self-motivated person with a sound practical knowledge of both the arts and tourism in Scotland, a track record in project work, excellent communication and interpersonal skills. There will be considerable travel throughout Scotland and a full current driving licence is essential.

The post is jointly funded by Scottish Tourist Board, Scottish Arts Council, Highlands 8 Islands Enterprise, Scottish Enterprise and Scottish Museums Council, with input from other related agencies, and is for an initial period of three years. '

The Tourism and Arts Coordinator will be located on the premises of one of the funding bodies, as appropriate to the successful applicant.

For further details, please write to:

The Personnel Department

Scottish Tourist Board

23 Rave/ston Terrace

Edinburgh EH4 3EU

Completed applications to be returned by Monday 8th March 1993.

Committed to Equal Opportunities


CELLO TUITIOII by experienced professional. All ages and levels. Beginners

THE SALISBURY CENTRE I Spring Retreat. Serene I Reflection Meditation (Soto I Zen). Led by a priest from i

I O O i ' . welcome. For further details v i Throssel Hole Priory. 12. i3. 14 telephone ' Mar. Fri (rpm—Sun 3pm. 031 226 3470. £25/L‘16. A residential weekend retreat. Simple accommrxlation WORKSHOP and food will be provided. 5007-5” 0003353

For primary and secondary school children of all ages who require assistance with Language skills and mathematics. Small group classes or individual tuition from experienced teachers. Further details from: Scot-Ed Courses 7 Kerr: Terrace, Edinburgh. Tel: 031 345 0150

A 12 week course in personal development and global understanding. Presented by New Acropolis School of Philosophy. Starting date: 4th March 7.00pm For a free brochure phone (041) 353 0115 (day) (041) 339 2901 (eves)

I Learn Sax, flute theory. improvisation (any instrument) with experienced tutor with music honours degree and exclusive holistic method. You are never ‘too old' or ‘too tone- deal" to learn. Phone ()4! 337 I715.

Beginners welcome. For details ' and application forms contact Neil Rothwell on 03] 228 2506. Body as (‘atalyst -- A drawing workshop with Katayoun P. Dowlatshahi. Sat 6 and Sun 7 Mar. l()—5pni. £3()/£45. This workshop will be a chance for beginners and those with some experience to Work with their bodies’ senses. primarily through drawing. with a view to contacting our hidden potential to create and be creative. Spring Equinox Yoga and Meditation with Ian Gray and Jody Higgs. Sat 20 and Sun 21 Mar. l()—5pm. Weekend £40/£30. One day only £25/£20. We will use this time to balance our own energies through the mindful use of Yoga Asanas and Insight Meditation.

To book contact:

The Salisbury Centre 2 Salisbury Road, Edinburgh Ellis 5”. Tel: 031 567 5438

SINGING/PIANO qualified teacher for all styles from pop to classical (including A.B.R.S.M. grades). Beginners welcome. Good rates. Phone 04] 554 5075 (evenings)

SINGING/PIANO Qualified teacher for all styles from pop to classical (including A.B.R.S.M. grades). Beginners welcome. Good rates. Phone 0-H 554 5075 (evenings).

I Women and Creative

Process: a series of workshops

to stimulate creativity. explore

our blocks and support each

other using myth. fantasy,

dance. painting, writing. groupwork. Next meeting:

March 2 I st/22nd. Contact:

I Beyond love and Hate: four Christine Cherry 031 553 4x47. workshops to explore how ' 5

women and men communicate and miscommunicate. get ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE caught into stcrotypcs and One-day introductory courses in frustrating patterns and a Chance Glasgow. Small group including [0 see each other anew. Friday individual lesson. Qualified evening/Saturday starting March S'I‘A'ILTCE’ISICFCJ [cumu- l2th/l 3m. With Christine Saturdays 13 March and 3

April. Information and I

Cherry. Craig McDevitt. Benet bookings: 041 353 1513.

I German lessons by native speaker. All levels. Price negotiable. Phone ()4! 556 ()2I7.

I Developing Women as Managers in Scotland An excellant developmental opportunity for women in management and those seeking entry into management. For full details of April and October courses. telephone 0506 “9049.


Haughton. Contact: 031 553 raisins raging: i mach 31953 71