PIANIST/ MUSIC SPECIALIST for
SCOTTISH OPERA FOR ALL
Scottish Opera For All is the Education and Community Department of Scottish Opera working mainly in schools and community venues with both children and adults.
Scottish Opera For All requires a Music Specialist to join its team For a short-term contract on the
Autumn Primary Schools Tour (October-December l 994).
The ideal candidate requires excellent sight reading of piano scores, competent keyboard skills, both piano and Korg OI /W and the ability
to improvise using basic percussion instruments.
An outgoing and lively approach to the work is essential to capture the enthusiasm of the children.
2260 per week plus current touring ailowance.
For job destription send SAE to Susan Wilkie, Scottish Opera, 39 Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow G2 APT.
Applications by letter and CV should be submitted by Wednesday, August 3 l . Interviews will be on Monday, September 5.
Scottish Opera strives to be an equal opponumties empIOyer and is subsidised by the Scottish Arts Caunol
BODY POSITIVE (LOTHIAN) 37-39 MONTROSE TERRACE EDINBURGH TEL 031-652 0754
The self-help and self-care group for people affected by HIV and AIDS requires a
(SALARY SCALE: AP4 - £14,799 - £16,437) IMTIAL ONE YEAR CONTRACT
Applicants should be able to demonstrate an understanding of, and sensitivity to, the personal and social challenges of HIV and AIDS.
Applications from HIV positive people would be especially welcome.
Please contact the office for further information and application form.
Closing date for plications: September 2, 1994. lntervrew to be aid on September 21, 1994.
FOR JOBS IN THE ARTS, MEDIA,
CASTLEMILK PEOPLES THEATRE
(£12,000 p.a. 35 hrs per week)
To assist in the development of a locally based producing/touring theatre company. Key Task Areas
Administration - to carry out all ongoing administrative duties on a daily basis, and with regard to all tours, productions and projects undertaken by the Company.
Developmental - to raise the profile of the company both in terms of local perception and awareness, and within the theatrical professron.
Financial - to identify and make application to all potential sources of funding. The post will be initially funded for one year.
Letters of application and a current C.V. should be submitted to Graham McKenzie
Principal Arts Ofﬁcer: South East Area
Glasgow City Council
100 Castiemilk Drive
Glasgow 645 9TN
Closing date 1st September 1994
Scottish European Aid (S.E.A.) has emerged as a leading UNHCR partner in the former Yugoslavia, supplying water to 300,000 Bosnians.
To keep these initiatives going, S.E.A. urgently need:
A SHOP MANAGER
with entrepreneurial ﬂair and plenty of energy to run S.E.A.'s new charity shop in Stockbridge (low salary available).
SUPPORT STAFF to help in shop (part—time) and to develop original fundraising ideas into practice (unpaid). Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Please contact Rupert Wolfe Murray Scottish European Aid 18 Hanover Street Edinburgh EH2 SEN 031 225 4465 Scottish charity number SCOZOIBO
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