When replying to a job advert, remember to say that you saw it in
Department of Print Media, Publishing and Communication
TEMPORARY LECTURER IN DESKTOP PUBLISHING
£13,875 — £24,903
_ You will be expected to teach theoretical and practical aspects of DTP to students taking degrees in Publishing, Communication, Journalism and Graphic Communi- cations Management. You will need to have sound knowledge of Pagemaker, Quark Express, MacWrite and other appropriate software and be able to organise and supervise students undertaking projects involving the creation of text and illustrations for book and magazine work. In addition, you should have extensive experience of desktop publishing using Apple Macintosh equipment.
This post is temporary, initially until the end of the ﬁrst semester and will be reviewed at the end of this period.
Appointment will normally be made within the lowest quartile of the salary scale. '
Application forms and further particulars are available from:
The Head of Personnel Services, Napier University, 219 Colinton Road, Edinburgh EH14 1D].
Tel: 031-455 4288 or 031—455 4564. Closing date: Friday lst October, 1993.
NAPIER UNIVERSITY EDINBURGH
FOR JOBS IN THE ARTS, MEDIA, EDUCATION,
IN THE WRONG JOB? Have you significantly changed your job or career plan? lam looking into the effects of working in a job that does not meet your needs as an individual. Please write in confidence to:
Ellie Ridiardson, (SV Media Action, 3 St James Place, Edinburgh EH1 31H
STONEWALL YOUTH PROJECT (Edinburgh)
Require a Female Group Worker
for a Lesbian and Gay Teenage Group
(5 hours per week)
Also require a Female Outreach Worker to work with Lesbian and Gay Teenagers
(8 hours per week)
Salaries and conditions of service in accordance with
Lothian Regional Council Community Education
part-time Youth Worker rates (£6.08 - £7.73 per hour subject to qualification/experience. Pay award pending)
l' r m l h
For a job description and application form
please contact Murray Forgle on (031) 552 0485
Closing date 22nd October 1993
requires a second
to share responsibility for the efﬁcient running of the Centre with the HOUSE MANAGER (Building). The post requires experienceofvemesupervision, front of house management and box ofﬁce systems, and a commitment to the highest standards of presentation and customer care.
Salary £13,000 application form & details from
aso swarm sr. meow oz an Closing date m: on 332 7521 1 Oct. 1993
LOTHIAN DRUGS INITIATIVE
Lothian Drugs Initiative is a major new voluntary agency which is currently developing a short-stay centre for drug users in Edinburgh. The Links Project will offer a stay of between 3 days and 4 weeks for up to 12 residents at any one time. We now require the following staff:
DEPUTY PROJECT MANAGER SALARY: £17,217 - £18,633 (Under Review)
The Deputy Project Manager will assist in the latter stages of the project’s development, and subsequently help to provide leadership within a team of 23 staff. We are looking for someone who has experience in the drugs ﬁeld along with previous supervisory experience.
ADMINISTRATOR SALARY : £13,236 - £16,710 (Under Review)
The Administrator will have responsibility for the efﬁcient management of the ﬁnancial and administrative systems of the Links Project. We are looking for someone with appropriate experience and positive attitudes towards people with addiction problems.
For application forms and further Information please contact:
Lothian Drugs initiative Scottish Drugs Forum 40 Shandwick Place Edinburgh EH2 4RT Tel: (031) 225 8472 (Answerphone)
Closing date: Monday 27th September
SOCIAL WORK — CHECK OUT THE LIST EVERY FORTNIGHT
74 The List 24 September—7 October 1993