THE CITY OF EDINBURGH DISTRICT COUNCIL Department of Rereatlon
SEASONAL A'I'I‘ENDANTS THE ROSS, PRINCES STREET GARDENS
Applicants, must be able to work evenings and weekends, for which additional payments will be made. You should preferably be available for both periods 26th April-26th May and 5th July to 10th September. However, you may be considered seperately for both periods therefore your application should state clearly the dates that you are available. Proposed date for interviews 14th April 1993.
Minority ethnic groups have been under represemed in em- ployment for these posts, accordineg applications from people in these groups are particularly welcomed.
SEASONAL SENIOR ATTENDANT £146.18 per week
This post is required to undertake a range of duties including cleansing, set up for events, security and supervision of the public whilst working in an organised mamer on your own initiative, even under pressure, is essaitial. You must also be able to maintain basic records and reconcile cash. An interest in the Performing Arts would be advantageous.
SEASONAL A'I'I‘ENDANTS (3 Posts) £134.90 per week
These posts are required to undertake a range of duties includ- ing cleansing, setting out of seating and heavy equipmerl and stewarding of performances. The ability to communicate effectively with the public is essential.
Application forms from Mr Richard Barnbery, The Depart- ment of Recreation, The City of Edinburgh District Council, 219 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 IPE. Tel-03l 225 2424, Ext 4556. (Mon-Thur 8.30am-5pm, Fri 8.30am-3.45pm)
Closing date for applications Monday 5 April 1993
The City of Edinburgh District Council is an equal owortum'ties enployer. Applicants are invited [ran women and tnen from all sections of the commit), irrespective of ethnic wigin,disability or sense! orientation. who have the necessary attributes for the posts. All jobs are open to job dimers unless otherwise stated. Applicants with (We win he short ﬁled/or idene‘ew ifthey needthe essential erieria dlhepd.
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To apply, please write with a c.v. to Donny O’Rourke. Scottish Television. Cowcaddens. Glasgow 62 3PR. Applications should be received by Wednesday 7th April I993.
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