Department of History and Applied Art

Applications are invited for the post of Curator (i in the Department of History and Applied Art. This is a period appointment for two years.

The posthoider will assist in the general duties of the Department, including record keeping. handling and packing objects, dealing with enquiries and supervising visitors. The Department has premises in and around Edinburgh and at New Abbey, Dumfries and the

postholder will work at different locations as required.

Candidates should have SCE or (ECE ‘0' grades or equivalent with A. B or C passes in English and at least three other subjects. Neat handwriting and accurate spelling are essential and a clean driving licence would be an advntage. This is a physically demanding job. Salary —- Starting salary between $7,146 and £11,766 according to qualifications and experience with further annual increases subject to level of performance. Further information and application forms to be returned by 1st October. 1995 may be obtained from Mrs M. Donaldson, Personnel Office. Royal Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street. Edinburgh Elli UF. Forms will also be

available at the Information Desk. Chambers Street.

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Drumchapel Initiative whishes to appoint a Youth Development Officer to work with young people in the area. The post is an important element in the Initiative’s strategy for the regeneration of Drumchapel and the postholder will be a person of exceptional ability at senior worker level who will face the considerable challenge of co-ordinating and facilitating the variety of youth work agencies already active locally as well as developing new stnictures and approaches.

The Person must be outgoing. flexible and adaptable. She/he will have a thorough grounding in work with young people. be suitably qualified. have occupied a similar position of responsibility and be familiar in genera terms with local government structures and other youth agencies. However. the person will not be operating within a departmental structure and such a background is not required. The person must be interested in and committed to improving the quality of life of young maple in Drumchapel and a knowledge of the area orsimilar would be a distinct advantage.

The Postholder will answer directly to the Drumchapel Initiative Management Committee and the Initiative Director. Though not a local government post, conditions of service will be similar. The post will run for at least three years. depending on funding and the targets set for the first year being met.

If you are interested and wish to apply for this exciting new post please contact The Director, Drumchapel Initiative

Office, 41 Dunirenny Square, Glasgow G15 0ND. Tel. 041 944 4923.



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. .Positively Healthy

Manager for Henderson’s Salad Table required - established vegetarian / wholefood restaurant with seating for 180.

g The successful candidate will be lively, of graduate calibre, interested in healthy living and have a proven ability to organise and motivate people.

Excellent salary.

Applications in writing to: Mr N M Henderson, 94 Hanover Street, Edinburgh EH2 [DR


HIGH CALIBRE CHARITY OFFICE MANAGER 20 hours per week / £12,000 pro rata

We are a dynamic young charity/aid agency. The job includes running the office/contacting the press, sponsors, MP. 5, volunteers etc. We need a confident, self-motivated, intelligent and highly organised person, with first class people skills. Commitment, good word processing and experience at senior level are essential; a degree and sales/PR experience an asset.

For details to]: 031 225 2120. Send CV s to: BOSNIA NOW, 19 Chester Street, Edinburgh EH3 7RF


" SCVO is the umbrella body for voluntary organisations in Scotland. Through our members, elected representatives, paid staff and volunteers, SCVO seeks to promote the interests of voluntary organisations and improve their effectiveness.

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cvo' .The following vacancies have arisen in our Edinburgh headquarters.

Head of Development: £19,687 - £24,300

(pay award pending) Ref: HOD

To lead a team of development staff working on local development, European programmes, racial equality and with networks on a range of other topics. Candidates must have broad social policy experience, management and presentational skills.

Conference Organiser: £12,810 - £14,106

(pay award pending) Ref: C0

To take responsibility for organising, resourcing and co-ordinating a rolling programme of SCVO conferences and events. The successful candidate is likely to have excellent communications skills, self confidence and database experience. Previous event/sponsorship responsibility an advantage.

EuropeanTeam Secretary:£9,537-£10,854

(pay award pending) Ref: ETS

To join a team which provides secretarial support services to the Council's European Development staff. A sound secretarial background, ability to organise events and experience of word processing and database applications is essential.

Closing date for all posts is Tuesday 5 October 1993. For a job description and application form, please contact:

Joan Jackson, SCVO, 18/19 Claremont Crescent, Edinburgh EH7 400. Tel 031 556 3882.

Please quote reference.

SCVO aims to be an equal opportunities employer. SCVO: Building Scotland's Third Force.


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