Scotland's national opera company, and one of Britain's largest arts organisations, is currently enjoying artistic and commercial success. The Company exists to provide opera of all scales. Its group at companies includes the Theatre Royal, Glasgow.
CHIEF STAGE TECHNICIAN
This is a senior position within the Technical Department and the post-holder will be responsible for the running and maintenance of the Stage Department. Candidates are expected to have no less than 5 years’ experience of working with large- scale productions.
Salary “9,256 per annum.
SOUND TECHNICIAN/ ELECTRICIAN
The post-holder will be responsible for sound, CCTV, communications and surtitling equipment. Candidates should have experience of mixing live sound.
Salary “7,447 per annum.
Both posts are based at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow but will involve touring with the Company. A clean driving licence is preferred.
For job description send SAE to Susan Wilkie, Scottish Opera, 39 Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow G2 4PT.
Applications by letter and CV should be submitted by Thursday, April 2 I, I994 tolulian Sleath, Technical Director. Theatre Royal, Hope Street, Glasgow G2 30A and interviews will be held in the week commencing April 25, I994.
Scottish Opera strives to be on eqool opporturiit.-c5 employ 9' and is Subsidised by the Scott-sh A'ts Cazirzcr’
DRAMBUIE EDINBURGH FILM FESTIVAL
DIRECTOR'S P.A. 23 May - 2 September 1994
You need to have general knowledge of the British Film industry, excellent organisational and word processing skills, the ability to think on your feet, be completely unflappable and have an excellent manner with people.
This post may lead to a further 4-5 months work at the Film Festival as Administrator, while Assistant Director is on maternity leave.
To obtain information pack, write to Rachel Davison, the Drambuie Edinburgh Film Festival,
88 Lothian Road, Edinburgh EH3 9BZ
Closing date for applications Thursday let April
The Drambuie Edinburgh Film Festival aims to be an equal opportunities employer
SCOTTISH EUROPEAN AID
Working in Romania and Bosnia URGENTLY NEED 3 VOLUNTEERS
to work in our Edinburgh office. Experience ofcharitjes or small businesses desirable as are a good telephone manner and excellent com- munication skills.
FUNDRAISER Knowledge of databases, administrative expe- rience, and proven track record preferred.
PERSONAL ASSISTANT To the Managing Director, must be experi- enced and have good secretarial skills.
To assist with all areas of in-house design and production work.
Please apply in writing, enclosing CV. to:
julie Morton SCOTTISH EUROPEAN AID
88a George Street
Edinburgh, EH? 3DF
LOTHIAN onuas INITIATIVE THE LINKS PROJECT
The Links Project is a short-stay residential service for
drug-users in Edinburgh. The project offers residents
Options for stabilisation and detoxification. The Project
staff provide 24 hours cover, on a shift basis. We are seeking to appoint a
SENIOR PROJECT WORKER
(215,288-216,962) to work as part of a multi-disciplinary staff team of 22, providing leadership, support and supervision to a practice team of 3 Project Workers, with direct responsibilities for referral, administration and care management procedures. Experience of working with detoxification and liaising with GPS is desirable.
Applications from individuals with a range of qualifications are welcomed.
For application forms and job description please contact:
LOTHIAN DRUGS INITIATIVE THE LINKS PROJECT 5 LINKS PLACE EDINBURGH EH6 7E2 TEL: 031-553 2222
Closing date for applications: April 15th, 1994. Interviews will be held on April 2lst, 1994.
I Ceroc The energetic, stylish form of modern jive based on the french LeRoc. At The Eruption nightclub every Wednesday. 45-minute beginners class (starting 7.30pm) followed by dancing to 10.30pm to music from the 50s to the 90s. Licensed bar. No need to brittg a partner. The Eruption Nightclub. 474 Sauchiehall Street. Glasgow. Further information from 0324
DESKTOP PUBLISHING COURSES ()ne-to-one tuition. Flexible hours. Pay as you learn. Course notes. Competitive prices/discounts
Ring (041) 333 1761.
I Singing tuition: Teacher. qualified London. Siena. Geneva. M.A. (lions). Dip C.d.C. Dip l..().C. has vacancies beginners/advanced in Edinburgh and central region. Telephone 0324 621935.
DEVELOP YOUR PSYCHIC POWERS Learn to read Tarot. tea leaves. Be more in control of your life. Telephone 041 632 6084 or 041 535 5825.
ALEXANDER TECHNIOUE Introductory workshop in Glasgow —- Saturday lath April. Also courses for individuals starting April. Qualified STAT-registered teacher. O41 353 1513.
,, THE SCOTTISH COLLEGE or T E x TIL E s
COURSES May-Sep 94 1-5 days
PATTERN MAKING SEWING SKILLS
Details: SCOT Innovation, Netherdale, Galashiels 'l‘Dl 3EY, 0896 2196
New Playwright Initiative
Strathclyde Theatre Group are planning a two-week developmental summer school for potential playwrightsand creative writers between 25 July and 5 August.
For further information contact Sylvia Jamieson on 041 552 3489, or write to The Ramshom New Playwright Initiative, The Drama Centre at the Ramshom, 98 Ingram Street, Glasgow, GI IES
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