We are offering an exciting opportunity for an individual with a knowledge of all aspects of drama to work with the Drama ano Dance Director to develop and implement the Council's policies. The right person will have experience of working within a theatre organisation at management level; a knowledge of touring; youth and community drama and new writing and an appreciation of the role of public sector bodies in developing an infrastructure for drama in Scotland. You will be involved in a wide range of initiatives and take particular responsibility for overseeing the

Council’s project support for drama, puppetry and mime/physical theatre.

Salary £13,651-£18,185 p.a.

If you feel you can fill this challenging and demanding role please contact for further details and an application form:

Personnel Department The Scottish Arts Council 12 Manor Place Edinburgh EH3 7DD Tel: 031-226 6051

Closing date for applications: 21 April 1995. Re-advertisement - previous applicants need not re-apply.

The Scottish Arts Council is an Equal Opportunities employer.

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required to work on refurbishment of Edinburgh District Council playgrounds, May - September 1995

For written details telephone

Department of Recreation on 0131-529 7740

Press Officer

The Royal Lyceum Theatre requires a Press Officer to continue to raise the National and International profile of one of Scotland's leading producing theatre companies. As the key communicator for the company you will need to have at least two year's PR experience. The ability to implement media campaigns for thirteen shows a year and an interest in the arts is essential.

Please ring Clare Simpson on 0131 229 7404 for a job

date for applications will be Tuesday 18 April 1995.


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You must have a fun personality, experience in promotions and be hardworking. All applications in writing to:

Mr]. Sweeney 84 Wilson St GLASGOW G] 188


Scotland's leading Sales Promotion 81 Marketing Agency urgently requires a young, dynamic, hard working, enthusiastic Secretary with excellent presentation, organisation and communication skills. Ability to demonstrate initiative and work under pressure without supervision essential. Must be proficient in WP5.l and W4W. This position is very challenging and rewarding.

Applicants are invited to apply in writing to:

Mhairi McClintock, KLP Scotland, 5 St Colme Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6AA

by Friday 14th April.

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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

phone Grand Met Trust



We can offer you a dynamic, challenging and fun position. If you are interested in magazine publishing, journalism, campaigning, event organisation, graphic design or PR we can give you a unique, professional expenence.

The job is unfortunately un-paid, we raise money for charity, but you get £10 above benefit, a great bunch of mates, lots of challenges, state of the art equipment, training at Grand Met Trust and a supportive boss. You'll need to give us a 5-6 month commitment, have decent English, be prepared to work hard, vaguely know a keyboard and be reliable. For details

on 0131 229 2400 (Janet Finlayson).

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