As our expansion in Glasgow continues, we are seeking to recruit staff capable of developing into managers of our restaurants.
()ur requirements are straightforward. You will have worked in, catering for at least 3» years where quality food and wine are sold and will be able to demonstrate an understanding of customer care. Probably over .25 years of age with a formal qualification/training in a related subject. you will be looking to progress your career with an ambitious and progressive company.
\V'rite in confidence with a full (I\' to: JEAN-CHARLES SIBILLE, PIERRE VIC'I‘OIRE, 91 MILLER STREET, GLASGOW GI lEB.
we aim (o be an equal opportunities employer.
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EDINBURGH ASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH BLACK on MINORITY ETHNIC
EAMH, a growing voluntary organisation provides a range of services and resources in the community, and within hospital settings.
As a result of two years planning with black and minority ethnic communities in Lothian, it is about to start a three year programme, working with and for the communities, funded through Specific Grant for Mental Illness.
We are actively seeking to recruit a second Development Worker, to be a member of a team of 3, who will operate the programme. Although based in Edinburgh, it will operate throughout Lothian.
The major focus of the programme is to promote change in the way mental health services are provided in Lothian, so that they respond effectively to the specific needs of members of the black and minority ethnic communities.
Salary: NJC Salary Scale AP4 (Starting at Pt 26) £15,289 pa
Interested? Then please contact:
THE DIRECTOR EAMH 40 SHANDWICK PLACE EDINBURGH TEL: 031-225 8508
for information about the post and how to apply. Closing date for applications: May 16 I994.
Exemption is claimed for recruitment to this post, under the Race Relations Act Section 5(2)(d).
VOLUNTARY COUNSELLORS FOR PEOPLE WITH ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
It you are the sort of person who cares about helping others, there is really worthwhile voluntary work to be done in the alcohol field.
Voluntary Counsellors, sympathetic to the needs of people suffering from the effects of alcohol abuse are required by local Councils on Alcohol in the following areas:-
ABERDEEN, AIRDRIE, ARGYLL& BUTE, AYRSHIRE, BORDERS, CAITHNESS, CENTRAL REGION, CLYDEBANK, COATBRIDGE, DUMBARTON, DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY, EDlN/LOTHIAN, FIFE, FORT WILLIAM, GREENOCK, MORAY, ORKNEY, PAISLEY, ROSS-SHIRE, SUTHERLAND, TAYSIDE.
No prior knowledge of alcohol problems or counselling is required as thorough training will be given. What we need is a caring approach and the willingness to devote some of your spare time on a regular basis.
To apply for a place on our regional selection day please contact the address below for an application form.
THE SCOTTISH COUNCIL ON ALCOHOL, 137/145 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, (32 3EW. Tel: 041-333 9677
_ VISUAL ARTIST III RESIDENCE
PUBLIC ART: DARNLEY
COMMENCING JUNE 1994 FEE: £19,500 FOR 18 MONTHS
Applications are invited lrom professiOnal artists liVing and working in Scotland l0! an 18 month reside-"Cy With a public art locus in Darnley a purpose bum 1970 5 housing scheme which IS currently undergoing massive enVirOnmenta' Change The residency. co lunded by Glasgow DISI'ICI COuncil 8. The Scottish Arts C0unci: will be 0? a prac¥icai nature working With community groups and indiViduals to genuinely involve and engage local people in shaping their enwronment through participation in VISLJaI arts
Applicants should have relevant practical experience ot taking public art w0rks lrorn the conceptual stage through to Successful completion and siting working With local people in an innovative and collabOrative way
STUDENTS AND CRAFTS PEOPLE ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO APPLY
CLOSING DA TE FRIDAY 20TH MAY 1994
INTERVIEW DA TE FRIDAY 3RD JUNE 1994
APPLICATION FORMS ARE AVAILABLE FROM Ll: Moon, Town Chek’o Ofﬂoo
78 Cochran. Strut, Glasgow 041 227 4366
_ THE SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCTL
74 The List 6—19 May 1994