I "he artist: and aelrd acts wanted for new Wednesday Edinburgh Festive Club. Little pay but free entry and beer offered. Mark 031 452 8562.
I ltattlehag Theatre company requires a director for their forthcoming production of ‘Extremities'. Contact Carole on 041 883 6560.
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A new arts project working with long-term unemployment in Monklands Urban Aid Area, Coatbridge requires:
ARTISTIC CO-ORDINATOR (P/T, 17.5 Hrs/wk)
Must be a qualiﬁed artist with extensive experience of working with long-term unemployed and/or people with special needs, and of managing and assessing other artists.
ADMINISTRATOR (P/T, 17.5 Hrs/wk)
Must have minimum of three years experience in arts administration, experience in fund raising and publicity/marketing, and a commitment to
developing arts projects.
Both posts initially for two years Salary AP3 (12,318-£13,563) pro rate, plus 7.5% irregular hours allowance Closing date for applications:
Friday 27 August 1993
Further details from: Glasgow Sculpture Studios, 24 Craigmont Street, Glasgow, G20 9BT
Banff & Buchan District Council
TRADITIONAL MUSICIAN IN RESIDENCE
6 month lnltlal contract: £14,106 pa
The successful candidate will join the arts residency team - a key part of the District Council's Arts Development Programme. This pilot project will have three basic objectives:
" to collect the traditional music heritage of Banff and Buchan and create a new, local archive of traditional music;
" to access archive recordings of Banff and Buchan musicians and establish a programme of archival releases; and
' to support traditional music in the community.
The successful candidate will have a thorough grounding in traditional music in performance and the bothy ballad tradition of the North East. Research and archival experience, and experience of working with the community organisations are essential.
For an informal discussion, please contact Iain Macaulay (Arts Development Officer); tel 0261 813384. Job description and application forms available from tel 0261 813306; closing date 31 August; interviews 10th September.
Supported by the Scottish Arts Council
BBC Radio Scotland
Radio Scotland is the BBC’s national radio station in Scotland. The station is currently experiencing an exciting period of development and change, creating an authoritative and challenging speech based schedule with complimentary music programming on an alternative frequency.
The Presentation Announcers operate Radio Scotland’s continuity studios and are required to take complete control of the output. In their role as news readers and announcers they establish the voice of the station and play an important part in the promotion of its programmes.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate an awareness of Presentation’s role, editorial maturity and the ability to perform calmly under pressure whilst operating a wide range of production equipment. A versatile microphone voice and the ability to write creative and imaginative scripts are essential qualities. Previous operational experience in either television or radio is desirable.
One post is available on a ﬁxed term contract. Opportunities also exist for relief work on a casual basis.
Salary: £15,959 - $26,072 pa. plus an allowance of 53,176 pa.
Please write for an application form to (quote ref. 13132/QR and enclose a s.a.e.) BBC Recruitment Office, Queen Margaret Drive, Glasgow G12 8DG. Applications must be accompanied by an audio cassette demonstration of appropriate material presented by the candidate.
Application forms to be returned by September 3rd.
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requires a 5:39;»; THEATRE MANAGER
The Royal Lyceum Theatre Company is looking for a dedicated professional with enthusiasm and commitment to run the day to day operational activities of its beautifully restored 900 seat Victorian Theatre.
The position covers the full range of theatre management activities as well as overall responsibility for the theatre's bars, restaurant and commercial activities.
Please write or telephone (031 229 7404) for further infomtion to applications which must be received by the closing date of 28th August.
Roger Spence (ref TM), Managing Dlrector, Royal Lyceum Theatre Company lelted, Grlndlay Street,
Edlnburgh EH3 QAX.
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