GLASGOW SCULPTURE STUDIOS
Filmhouse Cafe Bar
This new 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 of cask ale cellar management, and food hygiene regulations will be an
advantage. This is a hands on position. demanding energy and
enthusiasm which offers a varied career in Edinburgh's premier art house cinema.
Please phone 0131-1229-5932 for an application or call at Filmhouse Cafe Bar, 88 Lothian Road. Filmhouse is an equal opportunity employer
are considering a major expansion of premises, facilities, and activities. This is an exciting prospect for us, and to contribute to a thorough planning process we need a parttime
DEVELOPMENT OFFICER initially for 6 months, but with possibility of extension. Experience of arts marketing / promotion and knowledge of the visual arts essential. Fee and hours negotiable - minimum 2 days per week Closing date for applications: 18 October For details please ring Glasgow Sculpture Studios on 0141-945-1988 Supported by the Scottish Arts Council
Experienced PU PPETEER required.
Contact Hunter Puppet Theatre 0l3l 229 2374
(Training opportunity - 30hrs p/w)
and special needs.
Further details and a House. 5 Shandwick
Tel: 0131 228 8484 Fax: 0l31 228 8585
The Collective Gallery has one vacancy on its Training for Work Scheme. Duties include admin 8: events support. No previous experience necessary, but must have an interest in contemporary visual art. Applicants must have been unemployed for a minimum of 6 months. Deadline for applications: 18 Oct. Interviews: 20 Oct. Immediate start.
Date of interviews:
Children in Scotland employer; we would groups and disabled
For further info Tel: 0131 220 1260
PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
Children in Scotland. working with children and their fami res. is seeking a skilled and dynamic individual to lead and manage its practice development and training
practitioners in improving t e quality and effectiveness of children’s services. Current priorities include the new Children (Scotland) Act, child protection
Applicants should have a high level of organisational and communication skills together with knowled e and experience of practice development and/ or training. preferably in a relevant child care setting.
Closing date for applications:
working for children and their families
Full-time, Based in Edinburgh. Salary $18,738 to £21,393
Is a re-advertisement. Previous applicants will automatically be re-consldered)
the national a ency for organisations and individuals
a ran e of training and other initiatives to assist
Eplication form from: Children in Scotland, Princes lace. Edinburgh EH2 ARC—2».
Monday 9th October 1995 Friday 20th October 1995 is committed to becoming an equal opportunities
welcome applications in particular from minority ethnic people who are currently under-represented.
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