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CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS 350 SAUCHIEHALL ST., GLASGOW
is seeking to appoint a
The Director is responsible to the Board for the policy and management of the Centre. This is an important and challenging post which
requires energy and vi'sion. sound financial and management experience, and a commitment to supporting and resourcing new developments in the contemporary arts.
Closing Date: Friday 14 April
Details and Application Form from: Wylie Frame CA
Company Secretaries to CCA,
. Sovereign House.
3 158 West Regent Street. Glasgow (32 4RL y l working towards equal opportunities in The List.
EVTC The Edinburgh Video Training Co. Ltd requires a
Duties to include administrative and clerical work, servicing board meetings, answering the phone and generally being useful.
The ideal person will be hard working, articulate, numerate and organised. He or she will have office and computer skills and will be able to take responsibility, work without constant supervision and use her or his initiative.
SALARY: £11,000 Pro Rata HOURS: 20 per week
Occasional unsocial hours. Flexible working. Non smoking office. We are striving to be an equal opportunities employer.
For a job description and details about the company, please write to: lo Spreckley, EWC, 36 Thistle St Lane North West, Edinburgh
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Closing date for applications 31.3.95.
E VTC is funded by Edinburgh District Council Department oflz‘conomic Development 6: Estates and the European Social Fund.
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_ THE SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL - _
SENIOR EDUCATION OFFICER
For this exciting new post you will need excellent communication skills, the ability to think strategically and at least five years' experience of working in an arts related education post at senior level.
You will act as an advocate for the arts with educational authorities, schools and colleges; develop an information resource for artists, arts organisations and the education sector; co-ordinate education activity within SAC and advise on the assessment of education projects.
You will also commission research, organise seminars, produce publications and keep SAC up-to-date with developments in the education sector.
The post is for three years.
Salary in range £16,565- £22,669 per annum. Closing date : Friday? April 1995.
For further details and an application form please contact:
Personnel Department Scottish Arts Council 12 Manor Place Edinburgh EH3 7DD
The Scottish Arts Council is an Equal Opportunities employer