I : Fast Forward is seeking maternity cover for the two following projects. The posts start in ; September and run for up to 9 months. I YOUNG WOMEN AND ALCOHOL PROJECT Scottish European Aid (S.E.A.) has , (26.776 PA 2 DAYS PER WEEK) . i This 2 year project aims to identify the key issues facing young women with regard to alcohol, and emerged as a leading UNHCR partner : to produce materials to assist youth workers. The maternity cover work includes review of existing in the former Yugoslavia, supplying materials and consultation/research with young women and youth workers. The post oifers . exciting opportunities for someone with a commitment to young women's work and experience of water [0 300,000 Bosnlans- health/alcohol education work. ' i i iv oin To keep these m t at 65 g 55’ PERFORMING ARTS IN HEALTH EDUCATION PROJECT S-E-Ao urgently need: ‘ (£8,471 PA 2.5 DAYS PER WEEK) This 3 year project aims to develop young people's involvement in the performing arts as a method A 1 of health promotion. The maternity cover wont consists of a research study with young people, with entrepreneurial ﬂair and plenty Of . arts practitioners, and local organisations, to investigate use of the arts; the setting up of a pilot ' , arts project. The post is a challenging opportunity for someone with a commitment to empowering energy IO run SEA. 3 new charity Shop young people and with experience of youth arts work. in Stockbridge (10W salary available). Skills in research and youth work are essential for both posts. Applicants should be drivers, prepared to work unsocial hours, and be able to work to deadlines. The posts could be carried out AFF jointly by one person, or separately by two people. Please specify in enquiry. . . For information and application form, contact: to help in shop (part-time) FAST FORWARD POSITIVE LIFESTYLES LTD - _ ' ° ' ' ' 4 BERNARD STREET and to develop original fundraisrng ideas EDINBURGH EH6 6pp into practice (unpaid). TEL: 031 554 4300 Edinburgh and GlaSgOW. Closing date for applications is Wednesday 24 August. lntorvrews' for both posts will take place in Edinburgh on Tuesday 30 August. Please contact Ru ert Wolfe Murra . . . p. d Scottish AIDS Monttor(SAM) is the - SCOLUSh European A1 leading voluntary authority on HIV/ 18 Hanover Street AIDS in Scotland, developing and Edinburgh EH2 3EN deploying preventative education to the 031 225 4465 Scottish population, and offering direct . . . t services to people affected by Scottish chant number SCOZOlBO “ppm . y HIV/AIDS. We now have the followmg _
TRAINING OFFICER (HIGHLAND)
£14,799 - £16,437 P.A. (Fixed term contract: 1 year) Ref. no. MS/TOH/1 SAM seeks a Training Officer to manage and develop sexual health education, training and awareness programmes with a speciﬁc focus
on HIV and AIDS, sex and sexuality in Highland. We are looking for
./ someone with proven teaching/training ability and experience with BENCHTOURS reqmres TeChniCianl working with groups on emotive and sensitive issues.
Stage Manager for European and BritiSh tour Closing date: 19th August (Interview date: 2nd September) from Oct I994 to March I995.
Please reply with cv by 22nd Aug to: WELFARE RIGHTS OFFICER (LOTHIAN)
Benchtours Productions Ltd, Stepping Stones, £13,002 - £14,319 RA Ref. no: MS/WRU2 I '2 we“ BOW’ Edinburgh EH' ZHH A Welfare Rights Officer is required in our Edinburgh office to improve A member 0‘ the '“dependent Theatre COWC“ the quality of life for individuals who are HIV positive by offering
practical support and assistance, in particular accessing individual rights
CRAIGMILLAR FESTIVAL SOCIETY and entitlements and providing specialist consultation to workers in other ARTS CENTRE agencies. Knowledge of benefits for long term sick or disabled people,
DEVELOPMENT WORKER combined with good communication and interpersonal skills are essential.
A KEY ROLE IN DEVELoijG Closing date: 19th August (Interview date: 31st August)
THE ARTS IN CRAIGMILLAR
The Arts Centre Development Worker plays a vital role
in ensuring the continued development of the arts _ , activity within Craigmillar’s own wmmunity arts centre. , £1 3’00? £14319 P'A' REE “9' MS/PN? . , , , , SAM requires an experienced PA to provrde a highly efﬁcrent, conﬁdential APP"°‘"‘T“S .W'“ “ale 9°°d °’98“'$a“°“al and secretarial support to the Chief Executive and Directors of the Board. The communication skills and a strong commitment , , , . . .11 to arts in the community. successful candidate wrll possess fast, accurate typing and minuting ski s, an ability to work on his/her own initiative, enthusiasm, and good organisational/administrative skills. Closing date: 19th August (Interview date: 30th August)
If you feel you can ﬁll the challenging and demanding post please contact for further details and an application
form: MICHAEL GREENLAW For a full job pack for any of the above posts contact: CRA'GWLU‘“ FEST'VAL 5°95" Morag Smith Scottlsh AIDS Monitor 26 Anderson Place, 63 NIDDRIE MAINS TERRACE ’ ’ EDINBURGH EH16 4Nx Edinburgh EH6 5NP. Tel: 031 555 4850. Closing date for applications, 19 August, 1994. 9 Please quote IOb references.
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