é Filmhouse ﬂ Cafe Bar The We require I Q S a number of — H A L L part-time people to , I . . join our team for Scotland a Lweltedt both days and Concert Hall evenings. . You should be Requ'res experienced in a
busy cafe bar environment and
have a ﬂexible attitude to work.
Box Office Staff full-time and part-time
For our busy Ticket Centre. Flexible . hours including evenings and weekends. Experience of BOCS
computer system preferable
salaryjnegotiable according to age and experience. ' -
Application forms can be obtained from our bar staff.
F ilmlzouse is an equal opportunity employer.
GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO Marketing and
Sponsorship Ofﬁcer Circa £12,000
Glasgow Print Studio, Britain's leading Print Workshop and Art Gallery complex, require a motivated and dynamic individual to develop the retail outlet and the organisation as a whole. Glasgow Print Studio is an Equal Opportunities organisation.
Telephone For Details:
Glasgow Print Studio, 22 King street, Glasgow G1 SQP Tel: 041 552 0704 Fax: 041 5'52 2919.
Applications in writing to The Ge neraIgManager The Queen's Hall Cl‘e‘rk‘fStre‘et Edinburgh EH8 9J6. ' By Friday 10 February.
I Amateur actors/technicians interested in presenting plays with a gay theme on the Festival Fringe. please send details/ experience to Scallywag Theatre Company. Box No 244/R/l.
OPEN DOOR ACCOMMODATION PROJECT
£13,299-EI 5,126 + ALLOWANCES FOR SLEEPOVERS, ON-CALLS (RE-ADVERTISEMENT: PREVIOUS APPLICANTS MAY RE-APPLY)
LRC & WLDC HAVE PROVIDED FUNDING FOR AN ADDITIONAL WORKER IN OUR EMERGENCY ADMISSION HOSTEL. HOMELESS lo-2l YEAR OLDS REQUIRE SKILLED SUPPORT AND ADVICE DURING THEIR MAXIMUM 8 WEEK STAY. THE WORK IS VARIED AND DEMANDING.
WE REQUIRE A RESOURCEFUL INDIVIDUAL WITH RELEVANT EXPERIENCE AND, PREFERABLY, AN APPROPRIATE QUALIFICATION. WE CAN OFFER A PLEASANT WORKING ENVIRONMENT WITH A SUPPORTIVE TEAM AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR FURTHER TRAINING.
AS THE HOSTEL IS STAFFED 24 HOURS PER DAY, YOU MUST BE ABLE TO WORK A VARIABLE SHIFT PATTERN, 39 HOURS PER WEEK.
ANNUAL LEAVE ENTITLEMENT OF 38 DAYS, INCLUDES I2 DAYS IN LIEU OF PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.
FOR AN APPLICATION FORM AND MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
OPEN DOOR ACCOMMODATION PROJECT 7/12 ADELAIDE STREET LIVINGSTON EH54 5H6
TEL: 0506 430221
COMPLETED APPLICATIONS TO JEAN GREENBERG, PROJECT LEADER, BY FRIDAY IOTH FEBRUARY.
LITERARY CHARITY '
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 SDY
The film will be shot over 10 days in late March and early April 1995.
Hernia! Productions are holding auditions at the end of February for a 20 minute film:-
As a result of an act of revenge by a group of Surrealists, a trio of cool 79205 French Gangsters find themselves in an out-of—town shopping mall in 1993.
They will be looking for 7 principle characters:- 5 male, 2 female; as well as a number of supporting male and female characters. They are keen to hear from French actors and actresses as well as Scots.
Hernia! Productions is a partnership of Napier University film
students; there will be no large financial rewards available but
they will meet expenses, provide meals and an opportunity to participate in the creation of the film.
The successful applicants would be required for a number of rehearsals prior to the shoot dates and would need to be fully available for the shoot. If you are aged between 18 8t 45 and are interested in the project please send CV Sr recent photograph to:-
Hernia! Productions, 60 Gilmore Place, Edinburgh EH3 9NX
The Scottish Publishers Association seeks 2 Projects Assistant
This busy but interesting trade association is in need of secretarial and administrative help, to work on a variety of book / publishing related projects. Word-processing / DTP skills and accuracy in written English are needed. A knowledge of the book trade would help, as would familiarity with Applemac systems, but most important is a willingness to learn and a sense of humour.
Salary in the range £8,500 - £9,800. Please 'phone or write for details and application form to: The Scottish Publishers Association, Scottish Book Centre, 137 Dun- dee Street, Edinburgh EH11 186. Tel: 0131 228 6866
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