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Prolect Manager CSV Training Options Heal tlt Action Pruiect Salary $02 2 £18,189 pa


CSV Training Options needs a Manager to lead its innovative. project offering services around health to Black and Ethnic Minority communities in Glasgow.

The Managei will direct the work of the project. manage nine staff and liaise with funding agencies. Previous management and financial experience. evidence of working with Black and Ethnic Minority communities. computer literacy and a knowledge of health services are essential. The ability to communicate in Urdu. Persian. Punjabi or another minority language would be desirable. This is a Glasgow Works project and is part funded by the European Social Fund

Temporary Protect Officer

CSV Environment Campaigns

Salary Scale 5 : £4,264 for 28 hrs/wk (Fetslune) (£15,197 pa pro rata)

CSV Environment needs a Temporary Protect Otlioer to co-oitlinate Scotland's largest environmental campaign - BT Environment Week The job involves promotion and publicity for the campaign. distribution of information to participating groups and individuals and support to the Scottish organismg committee. The successful candidate will possess good communication skills. an excellent telephone manner. the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines and will be computer literate. A demonstrable commitment to environmental issues is essential.

Closing Date 19 January 1996 lntemew Date: 29 January 1996

Both posts are based in Glasgow

Application forms and job descriptions from Carole McGreish. CSV Scotland, 236 Clyde Street, Glasgow G1 41H. Telephone 0141 204 1681. Fax 0141 226 5483.

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Music in Hospitals

Part-time Administrator

The Council for Music in Hospitals ts seeking a warm, outgoing articulate person to out an enthusiastic small Edinburgh based team. his registered charity arranges 1600 concerts a year by professional musicians in hospitals, hospices and homes for the elderly throughout Scotland. Musical diploma or experience / computer skills / knowledge of fund raising / driving icence an advantage. 23 hours per week. Competitive salary. Please send (V and letter of application by 23 January 19% to:

The Director, The Council for Music in Hospitals, 1t) Forth Street, Edinburgh EH1 3LT) Tel: 0131 556 5848.

_ 7m the housing \t‘t tor experiencing a period of rapid change. this , is .xn t'I\'( iting titite to join Scotland‘s national housing agency. lhese l'dinbiti‘ghobased positions require degree-educated professionals with an understanding of housing or urban renewal plattt‘tiiig tot lltt' tctnporatx role and a knowledge of strategic planning, housing polits (lt".t‘lf\llll‘tt‘l‘.l or housing research for the permanent

Information Officer To £20,979 + PRP

\‘s llil a ll t. al deselopmeni budget ot'over H-lm we play a major role in the lotltiatt and llordeis area. arid support this investment programme with high-quaint sztategit teseart h and planning. Your challenge will be to utilise «an ester lisc ill the field of housing system analysis and the apple atioit oi (it'tt’J‘l'.t[,‘lll('ltl Information Systems (“18) to ensure targeted joint investment, this will insolve developing close working relationships tuile pro-titers in the public, private and voluntary sector. gathering. lti’lt essing and analysing data and providing detailed reports.

\t 1111 no: kiitg knowledge of l’at'ados and Lotus should be supported by the .t'oilzt~. to lllli‘l'ltlt‘l demographic and economic information succinctly. Skilled ll‘. the ‘lst' attd attahsis of large data sets you must be able to work

under pzesszrte and as part of a team. Please qttote ref: LBD200/TS.

Information Officer Temporary 6 Month Contract To £20,979 + PRP

lht-s temporary position involvesioining the team which provides an internal lt'\<'.llt h and (it“s‘t‘ltlplllt’lll service and plavs an important role in illlltlt'ltt tttg esteittal agencies inyolvctl in developing Scotland's housing svstein 'ioii will tollate, analyse and disseminate information on a wide :ange ol .‘ititlll‘sii housing topics and assist itt organising seminars and tonletc-ities ltt toriiuni tton with external partners. Liaising with iiiarki-ting and torpotate ctimmtinications on design and publicity issues istll also be i).tll of \ith role, as will protect work concerning research.


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l'l lt‘llll'l we otlei an escellent salan' and benefits package which hit hides llt'xilil" hours and a superantitration scheme.

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