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DEPUTY CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR
Museum of Scotland Fund Raising Campaign
An opportunity has arisen to play a key role in a major international fund raising campaign. The new Museum of Scotland, now under construction. is being partly funded from private contributions and over the next four years fund raising will take place alongside a programme to promote increasing public awareness of this exciting
and important project.
As Deputy to the Campaign Director, you will help with campaign planning and be responsible for administration. This is a period appointment of 5 years with the
possibility of further extension.
This role calls for good organisational skills; ability to deal with people tactfully and efficiently; accuracy and attention to detail; keyboard skills for database operation
and word processing.
You should preferably have been educated to degree level. have a gmuine interest in the Museum of Scotland Project,
and some experience in marketing or fund raising.
Salary: up to £14,000 subject to qualifications and
experience. Increments are performance related.
Application forms may be obtained by writing to Mrs M. Donaldson, Personnel Office, Royal Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh lilll 11F, quoting reference number M( )S/liO.
(llosing date for receipt of applications is 28Junc. 1995.
xln F4144! Opportunities Employr
EAST END DRUGS INITIATIVE
The Initiative is Urban Aid funded to provide a comprehensive service far drug users. their families and other relevant agencies in the East End of Glasgow
We wish to appoint the following staff
AP3/4 (£1 2,31 8-81 5,570) + 7‘/2% Unsocial Hours Allowance To develop and deliver groupwork services to clients of the initiative. Applicants should have qualifications or experience in one of the following areas; groupwork. joint work with other agencies. after-care schemes or other relevant social care work. Some drugs knowledge or experience of work with drug users would be an added advantage.
AP2 (£1 1,007-21 1,981)
+ 7% Irregular Hours Allowance The main duties of this post are to gather and collate information on drug related Issues and HIV infection. and to ensure such information and advice is available to individuals. community groups and agencies in the East End. Previous experience in the drugs field and/or information/advice work would be advantageous. We have also been granted further Urban Aid funding and as a consequence we now require to appoint the following staff.
SENIOR DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
APIV/V/QSW (£14,580-C18,633) + 772% Irregular ﬂours Allowance
The main duties of this post are to promote and develop the Initiative's servrces. The successful candidate will be reguired to direct and work with existing staff in the provision of the Training and Community Development Services offered by the Initiative. Previous experience of drugs work and/or a recognised qualification e.g. COSW. DSW. Youth and Community. Teaching or Nursing qualification is preferable. though not essential, for this demanding post.
OUTREACH WORKERS (2)
APIII (£12,810-C14,106) + 77: Irregular Hours
The main duties of these posts will be to make contact with drug users in their own communities and to facilitate referrals to services for drug users Previous experience of drugs work is desirable but not essential.
PART-TIME CLERICAL/ADMIN. WORKER 651 (95094-129294)
The main duties of this post are to provide a clerical and administrative service to staff in the Initiative
Job descriptions. application forms and further information is available from. EAST END DRUGS INITIATIVE
170 Stamford Street, Barrowfield, 631 4AP Closmg date for completed applications IS 1 00 p m. Friday. 25th June. 1993
EXHIBITIONS ASSISTANT to assist Exhibitions Director and be responsible for the
efﬁcient running of the department. (Closing date: 1
GLASGOW CITY COUNCIL
GALLERY MANAGER to be responsible for the installation of exhibitions and
DEPARTMENT OF PERFORMING ARTS
PRINCIPAL ARTS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (Re-advertisement) £19,IOO—£22,600
Responsible for the management and development of the De artment’s arts services and projects. You will work in col oborofion with local arts organisations, influencing and co-ordinating their work, recommending levels of grant aid and instigating imaginative local, national and international projects. Substantial experience in arts management at a senior level is essential. Previous applicants need not re-apply.
Application forms and job descriptions are available from , the Personnel Department (Recruitment), 48 Albion Street, l per week ongomgr for adVemure Playground for
the technical needs of the department. Job share applications for this post will be considered. (Closing date: 12 July)
Details and job descriptions from
CCA 350 Sauchiehall St. Glasgow G2 3JD
Tel: 041 332 7521 Fax: 041 332 3226
centre for contemporary arts; glasgow
WV v One full-time summer playworker (8 weeks) and one Saturday worker - 4 hours
children with special needs.
Experience in playwork essential and experience with children with special needs desirable. Application forms from SYAC, 7O Eyre Place, Edinburgh EH3 SEJ. Closing date for completed application forms 23rd June.
Glasgow GI 'ILI'I (Tel. 041-227 5657) to be completed and returned by Friday 2
July 1993 quoting reference 09/006/01. éeﬁ'saﬁf a V @ AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER ﬁfﬂyo
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