7CSV ENVIRONMENT promotes environmental awareness and action in the community across Scotland. It is part of the national charity CSV and 1is an agent partner in UK2000 Scotland. We have vacancies in the following sections:
Pilaflc for Pearle JI Glasgow Environment Action
Glasgow Environment Action aims to provide opportunities for unemployed adults in the Greater Glasgow area, while raising environmental issues and promoting community involvement in a variety of environmental projects. The project is funded through t e Employment Service's Community Action Scheme. We have the following two vacancies available, based in our Glasgow office.
Proiect Co-ordinator N/C Scale 5: £12,625 (subject to review)
We require someone to co-ordinate the project and to develop participant placements and links with environmental groups. An understanding of the needs of unemployed adults is required, as is supervision experience and a demonstrable commitment to environmental issues.
‘ Proiect Officer NJC Scale 5: £ 72,625 pro rata (2i hrs pw)
The Pro'ect Officer will assist the Project Coordinator in the running of GEA, with responsibility for its Community Design Group, producing a wide range of publications fo environmental groups. Previous desi n and DTP experience is required, as is an understanding of the needs of unempToyed adults and good administrative skills.
I Campaigns Unit
campaigns CO‘OI’dIﬂOI‘Ol‘ NJC Scale 6: .9 I43 l8 pro rata (2} hrs pw) CSV Environment is seeking to expand its campaigns activity in Scotland and build upon its experience of co-ordinating BT Environment Week. The Coordinator will be responsible for developing work in this field, undertaking publicity, preparing spon- sorship proposalsand liaisin with environmental organisations. Previous experience of co-ordinatin media-base campaigns, excellent project development skills and prior work in t e environmental sector is required. Based in our Glasgow office.
For further information and an application form please contact: Lynda Smith, CSV Scotland, 236 Clyde Street, GIasgowG I 4JH, tel: 041-248 6864. The closing date for all applications is 22 July I994:
interviews Will be conducted the following week. CSV is committed to Equal Opportunities
"People for People: action in communities”
THE CITY OF EDINBURGH DISTRICT COUNCIL DEPARTMENT OF STRATEGIC SERVICES PUBLIC RELATIONS DIVISION
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER (One Year Contract) SALARY £19,980 - £21,798
Edinburgh District Councn‘s award winning Public RelatiOns Division otters a wide ranging proteSSional PR service. This includes media rela- tions. the preparation at printed publiCity, advertismg and design.
The Public Relations Ollicers play a key role in planning and implementing Wide ranging PR and publicity programmes tor council departments. Their responSibiEities include writing and editing printed material and dealing With media relations as part of broader publicity canpaigns.
A new strategy designed to improve Our etlectiveness Wlll mean that some at the more routine media relations tasks previously carried out by the diwsion will be devolved to nominated people in each council department. This will allow the Public Relations Division to piay a more strategic and adVlSOty role.
This new post will prowde the extra resources needed to prepare the organisation tor these changes. This will involve working With other public relations otiioers to piowde necessary trainan and other suppon tor stall in departments.
Candidates should have conSiderable experience at public relations, especially media relations and preferably in local government. An aptitude tor Halling or mamng presentations WOUld be an advantage.
Energy, enthusiasm and a commitment to the raie at public relations in local government are essential in this post. The postholder sh0uld be Il8X|bl8 enough to turn their attention to a 'Nlde variety of PR projeCts as and when reguired.
ApplicatiOn forms from Anne Stewart, Public RelatiOns Division. Strategic SerVices Department. City Chambers, High Street. Edinburgh. EH‘. tYJ. Tel 031-529 4425 (Mon-Thur 8.30am-5pm, Fri 8.30am- 3.45pm).
Closing date tar applications Pnday 22nd July 1994. Interwews Will take place on Tuesday 2nd and Wednesday 3rd August.
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TAKE TWO PRODUCTIONS require stage management staff for future productions. Submit CVs to:
Take lino, 44 Gardner Street, Partlolt, Glasgow 611 SM.
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sessional u reac EDUCATION ADVISER Worker. in? p033 Env1ronmental
involves maintaining . contact with specific ducatlon c£13,000 — £14,000 pa
agencies within Edinburgh District. . We require an Education Adviser to help us develop this expanding area of Our work Specific duties will include the management of WATCH, the junior wing of SW’i', and development of education projeCts at Our reserves and visitOr centres.
Applicants must have relevant youthwork experience. Experience of presentations would be desirable.
The post requires a i commitment of approximater 25 hours per month. ilours are flexible but would include evenings.
Ideally you will have previous experience of working with children, with a background in environmental work and/or education. Excellent communication skills are required. A teaching qualification w0uld be an advantage but n0t essential. Flexible working hours apply.
For further information
Chris Griffin Iiairbridge
122 Constitution Street Edinburgh
Applications by letter and CV should be sent to Mrsjoy Atkinson, Scottish Wildlife Trust, Cramond House, Kirk Cramond, Cramond Clcbc Road, Edinburgh, EH4 6N5. Closing date for applications: 27july 1994. Interviews: 10 August 1994.
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Closing: 28th July Interview: 51h August
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