F ilmhause Cafe Bar
Second relief manager
This additional appointment will be taken by a
person with previous supervisory experience. preferably in a busy cafe bar environment. They will understand service. have good customer skills. and be capable of working well under pressure. Sound knowledge oi‘ cask ale cellar management and food hygiene regulations will he an advantage.
This is a hands on position. needing energy and
enthusiasm which offers a varied career in Edinburgh's main art house cinema.
Please phone 013] 22‘) 5932 for an application
or call at Filmhouse Cafe Bar. 88 Lothian Road.
Filmhouse is an equal opportunities employer.
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HELP DESK ADMINISTRATOR
To offer an efﬁcient information service to the Scottish arts community and others; to develop and maintain information resources.
Familiarity with database and wordprocessing applications (preferably Paradox 4 and WordPerfect 5.1) and experience of information work essential.
Applicants must demonstrate a strong commitment to customer care and quality of service. The post is a job-share, for two consecutive full days a week totalling 15 hours. The equivalent full-time salary for the post, based on a 37 hour week, is in the range £9,265 -£12,396.
Further details and application forms from:
The Personnel Department Scottish Arts Council 12 Manor Place EDINBURGH EH3 7DD Tel: 0131 226 6051
Closing date for applications: Friday 26 May 1995.
The Scottish Arts Council is an equal opportunities employer.
THE SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL AIMS TO CREATE A CLIMATL I\ thcH ARTS OF QUALITY FLOURISH AND ARE ENJOYED BY A WIDE RANGE OF
PEOPLE THROUGHOUT SCOTLAND.
We are seeking a Production Manager and a Stage Manager from August-October for our Autumn production No New Miracles.
Both contracts are short term, pay is at union rates. For further information please send an sae to boilerhouse stating which position you are interested in.
Closing dates for applications: 29 May I995.
boilerhouse The Square Centre 25 Nicolson Square EDINBURGH EH8 98X tel Ol3l 668 2792
boilerhouse Theatre Company seeks to be an equal opportunities employer. boilerhouse is a member of lTC.
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