The Collective Gallery DIRECTOR
£35323? 23' Arts and Recreation Division
For details and application, contact:
22-28 Cockburn Street, Edinburgh EH1 1NY Te“ 03‘ 22° ‘260 £13,002 - £16,437 (plus £1,292 allowance) p.a.
Ref AR.47. Applications are invited from higahly motivated individuals to manage Aberdeen Box Office. Located within the Aberdeen usic Hall in the Cit Centre, the Box Office
City of Aberdeen
An Equal Opportunities Employer
provides a wide range of ticket selling services for HM Theatre, he Music Hall, Aberdeen
' Arts Centre and other Council venues as well as for external promoters staging major events Castlemilk Youth Complex in me C, and smunding ma.
Usage 0 the Box Office facility in Aberdeen is currently expanding and the successful
Castlemilk Youth Complex will be one of the most dynamic and applicant will require an ability to work under pressure. manage sales and supervisory staff in
innovative youth projects nationally. Built at a cost of over addition to maintainin and establishing marketing contacts in order to increase further its
£1 million "will offer extensive youth development opportunities. client base. The Box ffice operates one of the most u -to-date computerised Box Office
.. . . , . _ s stems, using a Micro VAX 3100 Processor installed Space Time Systems Ltd. The lac'l'l'f’s l°r recorgm and Fehta'sal bloadcast'm' drama and l anager will require to be thoroughly conversant with the system and its operation and theatrical productions; adVice, information and groupwork; arts, gaining wi" be given in this key area. printing and photography and is expected to open in the summer Applicants must have previous experience in a computerised sales environment, preferably of 1994. entertainment-based and will ideally have marketing skills to ether with a proven ability to
work well with the public and to supervise and motivate sta f. An interest in the Arts and f previous Box Ofﬁce experience would be an advantage. Relocation expenses payable where g appropriate.
: For an application form. ob description and details of the relocation package where a proprlate contact the lrector of Personnel, St. Nicholas House, Aberdeen
The project has been initiated by the Castlemilk Youth Council, a community based organisation of young people, and will be over- seen by a Board of Directors to whom the project staff will relate
. . . . l
in terms of policy and direction. l ( el: 0224 824048). Closing date: Tuesday 5 April. y.
The following posts within the Complex now require to be filled: ’ Theabove post is open to job sharing and applications from disabled persons are M . partiwlarly welcome.
Youth Development Worker 3 .
APlIi/lV(£13,002£16,437) + 7.5% unsocial hours payment. C.O.S.W./Community Education Diploma or equivalent required.
Project Groupworker APill/IV(£13,002-£16,437) + 7.5% unsocial hours payment.
C.O.S.W.lCommunity Education Diploma or equivalent required. ‘3
Information and Advice Worker APl/II(£10,542-E12,624)+7.5% unsocial hours payment. No formal .
qualification required but youth work experience is essential. D E E N T
Assistant Project Groupworker APl/ll(£10.542-£12,624)+7.5% unsocial hours payment. No formal Salary up to £18,528 Attractive relocation package and benefits
qualification required but youth work experience is essential.
Music Development Worker
APIIl (£13,002-214,319)+7.5°/o unsocial hours payment.
Experienced mu5ic worker or musman preferably With youth work Fouowing the departure of the Councilis ﬁrst Arts Development Officer, a committed professional is required to continue to raise the profile of the arts in this beautiful and largely mral part of South Central Scotland.
Much has been achieved since the creation of the post 5 years ago; an arts festival, Clydesdale Arts Network events guide, arts classes, a writer in residence, public art projects, media work and preparation of an integrated cultural experience. strategy. Collaboration with local groups and artists,
securing external funding, and innovation have been key to 0°th "which" the initial success of the post. Consolidation and further
GS2-Tech 2 (£9,432-212,300)+7.5°/o unsocial hours payment. . . . . . Qualified to appropriate certificate/diploma standard with i development W1" reqU're someone With dove. oommltmemi
Arts Development Worker
APIll (£13,002-Q14,319)+7.5% unsocial hours payment. Experienced artsldrama worker preferably with youth work experience.
Media 8: Information Technology Development Worker APlIl (£13,002-214,319)+7.5°/o unsocial hours payment. Information Technology qualification essential with youth work
experience in the maintenance, set up and use of sound and initiative. and an enthUSiasm for community participation. lighting eqUIpment. You should have a strong track record in arts development New,“ "mm, .' and. a full drivmg licence. A qualification in arts GS1 (e) (26998-29432). Qualified to National Certificate standard. - admlmsuailon would be an advantage- Experience in catering work essential. Some management For an infon'na] phone [an Murray on ext on experience desirable. j the number below.
Applicants should be enthusiastic, imaginative and committed to l Appljcauon forms and further particulars are avauabje the ethos of youth participation and employment. All Complex 5 of" staff will be expected to work from a team based approach and "om the Personnel Ofﬁce” Dismet comm" ces’
South Vennei, Lanark ML11 7JT, telephone 0555
have a sensitive, non-judgemental attitude towards young people and youth issues. The project is Urban Aid Funded initially for four years from 1994.
661331 ext 164. Closing date Friday 8 April 1994. Applications from job sharers welcome.
Application forms and job descriptions can be obtained from:
Head of Complex
Castlemilk Youth Complex
39 Ardencraig Road
Glasgow G46 OEU
Tel: 041 630 0000/0300
Closing date for applications:- Monday 4th April 1994
Castlemilk Youth Conplex is funded through the Urban Programme by The Scottish Officeai Strathciyde Regional Council. Castlemilk Youth Complex aim to become an Equal Opportunities airployer.
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