THE QUEEN'S HALL Requires Bar Supervisor (Part-time)
Front-of-House Supervisor (Part-time)
Mainly evenings plus one full day per week. Hours variable. Experience essential. Applications in writing to The General Manager The Queen's Hall, Clerk Street, Edlnburgh EH8 9JG
as soon as possible
The Queen's Hall is an equal opportunities employer
ART IN PARTNERSHIP
Public art commissions agency requires experienced Office Manager for busy office (25 hours per week). Must be computer literate. Good telephone manner, audio typing and interest in visual arts an advantage. Salary negotiable. Write for details:- Art in Partnership, 233 Cowgate., Edinburgh EH1 lJQ
THE ARTS AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICE: SOUTH EAST AREA, REQUIRE A:
VISUAL ARTS OFFICER
SALARY: AP3 (£13,002-£14,391) per annum (pay award pending).
Applicants should have a visual arts
background: degree or equivalent in visual arts specialism and/or minimum 3 years experience working in a visual arts related field. This experience should ideally encompass working practice, administration and working within an allocated budget.
Applicants would be expected to have a knowledge of contemporary arts practice, including public and environmental areas.
Expereince in a community related or locally based visual arts project would be advantageous.
The Visual Arts Ofﬁcer would have knowledge of art education, commissioning designers and installations.
For further information and an application form contact Andrea McMillan at the Arts and Cultural Development Office, 17 Castlemilk Arcade, Castlemilk, Glasgow, G45 9AA, Tel: 041 634 2603
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Assistant Curator — East Asian Collections
The National Museums of Scotland are seeking a (Zurator Grade (E to assist with a major project for a new permanent gallery of Fast Asian Art. This is a period appointment for IR months.
The postholder will be responsible to the (Iumtor of Fast Asian Art in the History and Applied Art Department. Duties will involve curatorial assistance for the collections from (Ihina. japan and Korea. including collating object information. drafting text. handling and packaging objects. dealing with enquiries and supervising visitors. The job is physically demanding.
( Iandidates should have a relevant dtgree. Knowledge of (Ihinese and/orjapanese would be an advantage. Neat handwriting. word processing and good communication skills are essential.
Starting salary between .tll).()()() and LI .2,()()() according to qualifications and experience with annual increases subject to level of performance.
Further information and application forms to be returned by 24th October I994. may be obtained from Mrs M. Donaldson, Personnel Office. Royal Museum of
Scotland. (Ihambers Street. lidinburgh lilll U F.
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Scotland’s dynamic arts scene already
‘1‘ O I S M attracts a significant number of tourists, & A R T S but there is great potential for further
CO-ORDINATOR P ,
, Based at the Scottish Tourist Board offices
in Edinburgh you will play a major role in developing and marketing arts tourism activities at national, regional and local levels.
We require a creative, self-motivated person with a sound practical knowledge of both the arts and tourism in Scotland, a track record in project work, excellent communication and interpersonal skills. There will be considerable travel throughout Scotland and a full current driving licence is essential.
Jointly funded by Scottish Tourist Board, Scottish Arts Council, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Scottish Enterprise and Scottish Museums Council, with input from other related agencies, the post is for an initial period of two years.
Applications are invited from all suitably qualified candidates including potential secondees and consultants.
For further details, please write to: Alison Crombie, Personnel Oﬂicer, Scottish Tourist Board, 23 Ravelston Terrace, Edinburgh EH4 3ELI. Please quote ref TAC/S. Closing date for return of applications is Tuesday 18 October 1994.
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