requires a second

HOUSE MANAGER to have specific responsibility for the efficient operation of the building to include maintenance, security, health & safety and licensing. The post requires enthusiasm for the arts, experience of venue supervision. organisational and practical skills. and a commitment to the highest standards of presentation and customer care.

application form and

further details from Centre for Contemporary Arts,

350 Sauchiehall St. Glasgow G2 3J0

Tel: 041 332 7521

Closlrg date: 23 Ngust 1993

I Mime artists and weird acts won mac 0mm. wanted for new Wednesday Edinburgh Festive Club. Little ADMINISTRATOR pay but free entry and beer Th. Addy L“,an ptoioc. M . m. Offered. Mark vwretoruntaeveningdeeeee,workehq)0. I Rattlehag Company

oonoeru. community events end Soote muelc in ewoetion, invdving 200 people per yew teeming end performing on fiddle Mine. eocordien. guitu. eong end dence Theyehould heveorgenieeo'onel. keyboerd end fineneiel eklle. prefereny ‘n he Arte,

requires a director for their forthcoming production of ‘Extremities‘. Contact Carole on 04l 883 6560.

eelI moe'veted md e good oommunacetor. Interest it end knawedge ot the Soote mueic eoene would be m edventege.

LOOKING FOR A JOB? Watch this space! The best vacancies appear in The List.

One you oontred with eeluy £10,215 prorete. 18 houe per weekCloe‘ng dete 20.8.93 For more into and m ppIioeI’on tam cmtect: DULT EARNING [m ROJEC’I‘

1M Dolly Road Ednburgh B"! 1 25’

Funded by the Scottish Arts Council


The Initiative is Urban Aid funded to provide a comprehensive service for drug users, their families and other relevant agencies in the East and of Glasgow. We wish to appoint a


APlV/V/OSW (£1 4,580-21 8,633)

plus 7.5% Irregular Hours Allowance This is a re-advertisement. The main duties of this post are to promote and develop the initiative's services. The successful candidate will be required 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. Previous applicants need not reapply as they will automatically be re-considered. Job descriptions, application forms and further information is available from:

EAST END DRUGS INITIATIVE 170 Stamford Street, Barrowtleld, G31 4AP

Telephone 041 556 71 31 Closing date for completed apllications is 1p. m. on Friday, 20th August, 1993.


We are urban aid funded until July 1995 to provide access to arts proocesses to groups in designated areas of Lothian, mainly through the medium of tapeslide production.

ADMIN WORKER (Part time 21 hours)

GSII £5421 - 5701 + 445 new technology allowance

To operate our financial systems, provide secretarial and core admin support You will have a minimum of two years admin experience, ideally in an arts or voluntary organisation.

PROJECT ASSISTANT (Part time 15 hours)

GSII £3873 - 4072 + 318 new technology allowance

To provide admin support to tapeslide production and training projects. You will have had a minimum of two years experience on the organisational/admin side of arts or media projects, in a community setting.

Contact Rosie Gibson on 031 554 8524 for details and a job description.

Send application including C.V. and two referees to Magic Lantern Van, 1.1 St Mary's Workshops, Giles Street, Edinburgh EH6 600 by 20th August 1993.

Interviews week beginning 30th August 1993.




SALARY £11,454 - £14,106

The Arts Outreach Team work with groups in the community to encourage involvement in the arts - initiating, assisting programming and promoting events. We are looking for a new team member to be responsible for a geographical area but with a particular remit to work city wide with ethnic groups. You must therefore be able to establish and maintain links with ethnic communities in Edinburgh.

A broad knowledge and previous experience of working with community groups in the arts is required to enable you to work accross the art forms.

You will require well developed administrative/organisational skills, the ability to meet deadlines, to work without direct supervision, to implement policies and procedures and to communicate effectively with a wide range of people. A knowledge of budgeting/financial control and the issues affecting community Arts Organisations is also required.

A current driving licence and a knowledge of arts funding and local government issues is also desirable.

Minority ethnic groups are under-represented in the Council's workforce, accordingly applications from people in these groups are particularly welcomed.

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Jo McStay, 12 Nicolson Street, Edinburgh. Tel 031 529 4877.

Application forms from Richard Bambcry, Department of Recreation, City of Edinburgh District Council, 17 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh EH l 380. Tel 031 529 7837 (Mon-Thur 8.30am-5pm, Fri 8.30am-3.45pm).

Closing date for aplications Wednesday lst September 1993.

The City of Edinburgh District Council is an equal opportunities enployer. Application: are invited from women and men from all sections of the com- munity, irrespective of ethnic origin, disability or semi orientation. who have tlle snecesrary attributesfor the posts. All jobs are open to job sharers unless otherwise stated. Applicants with disabilities will be short lilelfor interview Uthey ueeet the essential criteria oftne poet.

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required for new season starting and of August. Please apply in writing to the Theatre Manager, Theatre Royal, 282 Hope Street, Glasgow G2 30A

The Theatre Royal strives to be an equal opportunities errployer.

N The List 13—19 August 1993