is looking for a committed and enthusiastic person interested in project and venue management for 4 months. The post would involve setting a venue up and would require the following skills: social, venue and staffing management, budgeting, overseeing technical aspects, scheduling etc. Please send a current CV and letter explaining why this post is of interest to you to: Barbara Zealey, Mayfest,
18 Albion Street, Glasgow G1 1LH
by 12 noon on Monday 23 January.
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MARKETING & PRESS OFFICE T
An exciting opportunity for a dynamic person, early in their career, to make their mark with one of the world's leading chamber orchestras. for job description and application details, please telephone Gillian Haycock on 03| 557 6800 (during office hours). (losing date for receipt of applications: friday 27 January.
Interview date: Thursday 2 February.
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Volunteer Training Course: April I995
Strathclyde Gay and Lesbian Switchboard is currently planning
its next intake of volunteer counsellors.
If you would be interested in working with us, please get in touch for an application form.
We particularly welcome applications from women.
For further details and an application form write to: Strathclyde Gay and Lesbian Switchboard, PO Box 38, Glasgow G2 2QF.
Completed application forms should be
returned by Friday I7 February I995.
; I Amateur actors/technicians interested in presenting plays
FEBFEST IS THE LARGEST NEW WRITING FESTIVAL
‘ 1. IN SCOTLAND! Auditions for all plays: Sat |4th Jan 3-7pm, Bedlam Theatre, 2a Forrest Road, Edinburgh.
All non-professional actors welcomed.
Anyone wishing to be involved in any other I capacity other than acting (i.e. stage management, ‘ direction, production, technical work or assisting with any of the above), please contact Kate Wright, Bedlam Theatre 0| 3| 225 9873,
or (preferably) attend the first production meeting (Th. l2 jan 7pm, same venue). THE BEST OF FEBFEST IS PERFORMED AT
THE TRAVERSE THEATRE AND THERE IS THE POSSIBILITY OF FRINGE PERFORMANCES.
When replying to job ads, mention that
you saw them in The List.
An inter-active performance for young people. A four week TIE. production,
201h February — 18th March.
Theatre Company. Box No ZI-I/R/I.
Rehearsals in Camelon, l’alkirk.
Auditions held Friday 27th january.
Please send relevant information and recent photo to:
INTER-ACT, CAMELON EDUCATION CENTRE, ABERCROMBIE STREET, FALKIRK FKl 4HA
I with a gay thetne on the Festival I Fringe. please send cletails/ i experience It) Seallywag '
Requires enthusiastic help with correspondence and to organise social events, initially in Glasgow and Edinburgh, other areas will follow. Several helpers will be involved. These efforts will support the Centre for Scottish Writers, now entering a third year of successful short residential courses for young people and adults. Preferably, at least initially, this help should be voluntary. All out of pocket expenses will be refunded. Do write or phone Duncan Scott Douglas
(Committee Member, Arvon at Moniak Mhor).
Did you see the feature on our work in The list in July 1993.
Phone 0131 557 3717 or write to me at 7 Hillside Crescent Edinburgh EH7 5DY
The List is creating a new full-time post for a Researcher to help compile information for our computer database of forthcoming events around Scotland.
We are looking for someone with fast and accurate keyboard skills and a knowledge of word processing and/or database programmes. The successful applicant should have an interest in the arts and be able to demonstrate an ability
to write in a clear and concise manner. THE Ll i I I
GLASGOW AND EDINBURGH ;
The work will also involve helping with secretarial and other administrative duties.
Starting salary £9,000 pa.
Apply in writing with CV by Monday 23 January to: Box R, The Llst, 14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 lTE.
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