THE CITY OF EDINBURGH DISTRICT COUNCIL DEPARTMENT OF BEQBEATIQNABEAENIEBTNNMENTS
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Applications are invited for the post ol Front of House Attendant to assist the Manager in the day to day running
of the Usher Hall.
The successful candidate must have signilicant theatre experience working tront of house. be experienced in dealing with the public and be able to ensure a high standard of customer care. You will also be expected to undertake supervisory duties therefore must have the ability to supervise, coordinate and train staff.
Applicants must have previous clerical experience. organisational skills. the ability to prepare reports. possess a knowledge of and be experienced in the use of computers. You must have a flexible approach to working arrangements and have a knowledge and understanding of equal opportunities.
Minority ethnic and disabled people are currently under-represented in Recreation Department's workforce. Accordingly applications are particularly welcomed from people in these groups or who have disabilities.
Application form for the above post from: Richard Bamberry, City of Edinburgh District Council, Department of Recreation, 17 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh EH1 SBG. Te: 0131 529 7837 (Mon-Thur 8.30am to 5pm, Fri 8.30am to 3.45pm) Closing date for applications: Friday 22 December 1995
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 lor the posts. All jobs are open to job sharers unless otherwise stated. Applicants with disabilities (whether registered or not) will be short listed for Interview If they meet the essential criteria of the post. The Council is also committed to a programme of positive action measures to encourage the employment of all disadvantaged groups.
“I! CITY OF EDINBURGH DISTRICT COUNCIl
TRAINEE PRODUCTION MANAGER
The List magazine is planning to take on a young graduate for training in Print Production Management. The work will involve dealing with all aspects of typesetting, page make-up, colour and mono repro, print buying etc.
Applicants should have a strong interest in print media, be quick-witted, good organisers, have a sharp eye for detail, be able to handle responsibility and work to tight deadlines. Some previous experience of word processing and DTP publishing programmes would be an advantage.
Salary £9,000 +pa according to experience.
Apply in writing with CV
by Monday 8 January 1996 to: Personnel, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1TB
IMPROVING SERVICES - CREATING JOBS
ARTS DEVELOPMENT WORKER
JOB-SHARE, 17.5 HOURS PER WEEK SALARY: AP III £13,584 - £14,943 PRO RATA (THE POST QUALIFIES FOR A 7.5% IRREGULAR HOURS PAYMENT WHERE APPROPRIATE)
We are looking for an experienced worker to be responsible for arts development work in collaboration with disabled people in Greater Pilton and North Leith. The post is funded by the Urban Programme.
Good organisation sense, wide understanding of the arts, and knowledge of disability issues are essential. For information and application form: ARTLINK
13A SPITTAL STREET
EDINBURGH EH3 QDY
TEL: 0131 -229 3555
Closing date tor applications: 22nd December 1995.
ARTLINK strives to be an equal opportunities employer and strongly encourages applications from disabled people.
Arts & Recreation Division
KEEPER (Fine Art)
Ref No AR127. £17,667 - £19,284 RA.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and committed Keeper to take charge of our outstanding Fine Arts collection. The collection spans the 18th Century to the present day and is particularly strong in the 19th and 20th Century British Painting.
You should be educated to honours degree level and/or be in possession of the Diploma of the Museums Association. You should also have considerable experience of all aspects of the care and maintenance, interpretation and display of art collections and strong research interests in the period covered by the collection. The ability to direct others in their work and to be part of a broadly based collection team is essential.
For an application form and job description contact the Acting Director of Personnel, St. Nicholas House, Aberdeen, A39 lAY. Tel 01224 522105 (24hr answerpltene service). Closing date hiday 12 January.
This position is open to job sharing. Applications from disabled persons are welcome. ‘ The City Council is committed to a healthier working environment for its employees a“ . f. ‘V and a no smoking policy is in operation. In common with all Scottish Local 0 Authorities, appointments can only be up to 3! March I996, due to the reorganisation ofLocaI Government in Scotland.
City of Aberdeen
An Equal Opportunities Employer
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OBS IN THE ARTS, MEDIA, EDUCATION, SOCIAL WORK - CHEK OUT THE LIST EVERY FORTNICHT
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