ARTS AND VENUES PRINCIPAL ARTS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
Ref. O9/ETT/05. You will lead a small team which has responsibility for developing and supporting a wide range of prolects, schemes and events which will enhance the per orming arts in Glasgow. You will collaborate with independent arts organisations at all levels, as well as instigate imaginative proiects which may be promoted either directly by
the Department or by other bodies.
You should have substantial experience in arts management in a senior capacity, on understandin of arts work on local, national and international level, be ab e to work strategically, demonstrate achievements in leading and managing rogrammes/proiects of si nificance in the performing arts, have strong communication iills, a commitment to team working and able to work efficiently in a challenging local authority environment. For application forms Tel. 014l-227 5657.
SENIOR PROGRAMMING OFFICER (2 POSTS) 219,800—933,400
Ref. 09/ETT/07. You will be a member of the Department’s newly established programme team, responsible for developing, negotiating and managing specific productions, concerts, proiects, workshops and events which will take place in the King’s Theatre, Tramway, the Mitchell Theatre and other de artmental venues. Specific experience in two or more of the fol owing areas is essential: theatre, dance, music, site-specific performance, education. Particular interest in and contacts with producers in contemporary and innovative work will also be important. Imagination and flair are important qualities, to be supported by financial negotiation and management skills. For
application forms Tel. 0l4l-227 5657.
ARTS OFFICER (JOBSHARE) 217,300—923,900 (pro rata) Ref. 09/ETT/08. To be responsible for helping the Department
to devise arts policies and strategies and to manage a range of schemes and special proiects across the performing arts. Special emphasis is placed in working closely with a large number of community arts and professional arts organisations. You will also be involved in the assessment of applications for grant aid, the compiling of reports and recommendations, and for overseeing the Department’s work in specialist areas, such as arts for disabled people, ethnic minorities, children and the elderly.
Evening and weekend work may be required. This post is a (ob share, which will require a degree of flexibility in sharing arrangements. For application forms Tel. 0141-227 5657.
PROGRAMMING MANAGER £25,lOO—£27,000
Ref. O9/ETT/O6. We are seeking a suitably experienced arts specialist to head the Department’s newly established programme team, responsible for developing, negotiating and managing specific productions, concerts, proiects, workshops and events which will take place in the King’s Theatre, Tramway, the Mitchell Theatre and other Department venues.
You will be co-ordinating a group of programmers and freelance producers to create well balanced, dynamic and enioyable artistic programmes. Substantial previous experience in arts programming is essential, along with a wide knowledge of, and established contacts with promoters, producers, directors, artists and companies. Imagination and flair are essential qualities, to be supported by strong financial, negotiation and management skills. You must be committed to team work, enioy working under pressure to tight deadlines, and have an ability to lead effectively. For application forms Tel. 0141-227 5657.
lANDSCAPE ARCHITECT (TEMPORARY) (MATERNITY COVER UP TO 40 WEEKS) £ll,800—£21,600 (Salary placing dependent
on qualifications and experience. On attaining membership of RTPI, a salary scale of £17,300-Q21,600 (with possible progression to £24,000) is payable)
Ref. T6/ETT/O3. Enthusiastic landscape architect wanted to join a small team. Job includes strategic landscape planning at city and local level, development control and local planning support, tree management and protection, urban woodland projects, selected design and feasibility studies. You should have good design and technical skills and an interest in landscape planning issues. Whilst preference will be given to Associate Members of the Landscape Institute, consideration will also be given to graduate landscape architects.
Application forms and iob descriptions are available from the Personnel Department (Recruitment), 48 Albion Street, Glasgow GT TLH (TeI. 0141-227 5657) to be completed and returned by Friday 16th December T994 (unless otherwise stated), quoting appropriate reference number.
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