Citizens Advice Scotland (Scottish Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux)
Systems Support Officer
Information Technology is at the heart of providing new methods of communications, training and working practices for support services provided by Citizens Advice Scotland. A Systems Support Officer is required to work closely with senior management in the further development of the Association's ambitious lT strategy. The successful applicant will be responsible for implementing the strategy and provide support to Association staff and Citizens Advice Bureaux which have network installations. Management of Novell Servers is required, and previous Novell experience is essential. Knowledge of DOS/Windows and common PC applications software is expected, and previous experience in computer project development particularly in the area of database technology is also essential. Applicants should
ave excellent verbal and written communication skills and a clean driving license.
Excellent terms and conditions of employment including 25 days annual leave and a 15% non-contributory pension. The organisation has a performance related pay scheme in operation which is linked to staff appraisal. The post is based in Edinburgh although some travelling is required.
Starting salary: £15,363 rising to £19,412 plus non-consolidated bonuses. Closing date: 21 February 1994 Interviews: 3 March 1994
For further information and application forms please contact:
The Administrator, Citizens Advice Scotland, 26 George Square, Edinburgh EH8 9LD
Tel: 031-667 0156 advice
Citizens Advice Scotland is an Equal Opportunities Employer
When replying to recruitment
GOVANHILL ACTION FOR PARENTS Out of School Care and Mobile Creche Service P/T CHILDCARE WORKERS (Mobile Creche) DGZ £10,104-£11,952 pro rata 27.5 hours per week SESSIONAL CHILDCARE WORKERS £4.31 per hour The successful candidate must demonstrate a team approach to their work and show awareness of the importance of play to child development. Experience of working with a wide age range of children of varying needs is required. Driving licence preferred. For a recruitment pack please contact: Govanhlll Action for Parents 168 Butterbiggina Road, Glasgow, G42 7A2 Telephone 041 424 0448 Closing date for applications: Monday 28 February 1994. G.A.P. aims to be an equal opportunities employer
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14 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1TE Closing date Friday 25 February
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ADMINISTRATOR - COMMUNITY DRUGS TEAM
£8,985 - £12,148 An enthusiastic, experienced and well organised individual to provide a comprehensive administrative and secretarial support service to this small, newly developed Drugs Team Project. As one of the first points of contact for the project, you will require experience of dealing efﬁciently and sensi- tively with the public, demonstrating excellent communication and interpersonal skills. A background in a health or social services environment is an advantage.
Experience in the use of word processing and computer packages is desired. Secretarial skills are essential. The hours for this post are 37 per week, Monday - Friday. Car driver/owner preferred.
Informal enquiries to Lesley Eydmann, Business Manager. Tel: 0592-712472 Ext 271.
For an application form and job description please call 0592-712472 Ext 263 quoting reference no. PE/432
Closing Date: 18 February 1994
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immediate vacancies for early morning and/or weekend work. Usually 6.30 - 8.30am Monday to Friday, (5.30 - 8.30am when staff are on holiday). Weekend workers wanted: 10am - 2pm Sat/Sun. Suit students, if reliable and available over the summer, but all applicants welcome.
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offers an innovative approach to working with disadvantaged young people through video-making. To help us run outreach projects in Urban Aid areas, we require
2 Project Workers APT 8 C Points 28-31 (£15,288 - £16,692) plus 7.5% irreg hrs (driving licence essential)
Initiative, strong inter-personal skills and organisational ability needed. Experience of working with young people essential along with a proven interest in the arts or media.
1 Administrator (part-time) 18 hours per week times to be negotiated APT 8 C Points 15-18 (£10,542 - £11,322) pro-rata 2 years office experience essential, working as part of a team and dealing with members of the public
for details, contact YPSO, 29 Albany Street, EH1 3ON Tel 031 557 8211 before Friday 18th Feb 94
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