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Department of Recreation KING‘S THEATRE


OFFICER SALARY £19,308 - £21,000

The King's Theatre has recently established a new marketing base and now requires an experienced and dynamic person to co-ordinate operations. implement new initiatives and play an imponant role as a member of the theatre's management team.

The successful applicant will hold an appropriate degree and / or recognised marketing qualification and have extensive marketing and development experience in a theatre or ans orientated environment. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the marketing mix and business sponsorship activities. You must also have proven abilities in utilising and developing computerised marketing tools.

The successful applicant will also have the ability to communicate effectively. He / she will be skilled in forward planning and time management and have a flexible attitude to working hours. Experience in working with young people and / or liaising with schools and other young groups will be an advantage.

Application forms from Richard Bambery. Department of Recreation. City of Edinburgh District Council. l7 Waterloo Place. Edinburgh. Elll 380. Tel Ol3l-529 7837. (Mon-Thurs 8.30am-5pm. Fri 8.30am- 3.45pm)

Closing date for applications Friday 17th March I995.

The City of Edinburgh District Council is an equal opportunities employer. Applications are invited from women and men from all sections of the community. irrespective of ethnic origin. disability or sexual orientation, who have the necessary attributes for the posts. All jobs are open to job sharers unless otherwise stated. Applicants with disabilities (whether registered or not) will be shorl listed for interview if they meet the essential criteria of the post. The Council is also committed to n programme of positi ve action measures to encourage the employment of all disadvantaged groups.




Volunteers for Gogarburn hospital Volunteers needed for new and existing projects with people with learning disabilities. Preparation, support and expenses provided. Further information from: Penny McDade on 0131 537 8152

Scottish Interaction“ I Children's Festival The Scottish International Children's Festival

Box Office Co-ordinator/ Sales Manager

Energetic and good humoured person with a meticulous approach needed to coordinate the ticket sales for Britain's biggest and most succesful performing arts festival for young people.

5 week contract. Monday 1 May to Friday 2 June. Previous arts box office experience essential.

Please write (enclosing cv) to Abigail Carney, SICF, 22 Laurie Street, Edinburgh EH6 7AB by 23 March. Interviews 29 March.

For details of the fee, a job description and a schedule of hours please phone (0131) 554 6297.


The List has a vacancy for a new Theatre Editor. This is a part-time post for someone with proven critical and editorial skills as well as an active interest in theatre in Scotland.

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Apply in writing by Monday 20 March with CV and three cuttings to:

The Editor, The List. 14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 lTE.

Meningitis Research charity no. 328205


20 hours per week salary £4,500 P.A.

Experience of office administration, word processing, database and good written and oral communication skills required.

For further details about the charity, a job description and application form, please send an sae to:

Meningitis Research 133 Gilmore Place, Edinburgh EH3 9PP

The closing date for applications is March 22nd. Interviews are on March 28th

Sense Scotland is a rapidly expanding voluntary organisation committed to enabling deafblind people make sense of their wortd and live ordinary lives in the community

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We welcome applications from all sections of the community

Is 1995 your year to make a difference?


Sense Salary Scale Pt 22 to Pt 31 (£12,915 - £17,325)

This new post has arisen at our Head Office in Elliot Place and the postholder will provide a full user oriented personnel service to all departments of Sense Scotland, including Recruitment; Training; Payroll; Staff Welfare; Policy; Projects and general personnel duties.

The successful applicant will have a minimum of two years general personnel management experience and demonstrate an understanding and working knowledge of Employment Law and personnel good practice. Additionally they should have experience of implementing and evaluating the effectiveness of personnel policies and have attained, or be Working towards an IPD qualification.

For an application form and further information, please contact: Margaret Mitchell, Sense Scotland, 5/2, 8 Elliot Place, Clydeway Centre, Glasgow GS 8EP.

Telephone: (0141) 221 7577.

Closing date for applications: Friday 17th March 1995


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