Wishes to appoint A CONTEMPORARY DANCE ARTIST
Fee - £10,000 (40 weeks)
Commencing October/November 1996
The successful applicant must be professionally trained, possess a good knowledge of all styles of dance, have proven teaching skills, choreographic experience in a professional and community context, be able to communicate well and have the ability to organise groups of people of all ages and abilities. Experience in the area of special needs, dance/theatre productions and classical ballet would be advantageous.
Working opportunities include collaborating with the Traditional Dance Artist, Drama Artist, the Writer in Residence, Visual Arts Co-ordinator and many voluntary arts organisations in Shetland.
The main aims are to develop a Youth Dance Network in Shetland, set up a series of regular classes, create performing opportunities for the community and heighten the proﬁle of dance in Shetland.
Travel plays a key part in the post and evidence will be required of a clean, current driving licence.
The post will be on a self employed basis. Fee - £10,000 plus accommodation allowance and travel expenses.
The successful applicant must be available to start the post in late October/November 1996.
Application form and job description are available from:- Emma McCartney, Assistant Arts Officer, Shetland Arts Trust, Pitt Lane, Lerwick, Shetland, ZEl ODW, or for an informal discussion please call 01595 69 4001. -
Closing date for applications is Friday 27 September 1996. \ THE SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL Interviews anticipated week beginning 14 October. - -
STAGE PRODUCTIONS LTD requires a lull-time
to assist the Directors. General Manager & Publicist with a number of duties and be solely responsible for the FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FUNCTION within the Company. For a job description and Iurther details please send a stamped addressed envelope to Wildcat Stage Productons Ltd. 295 Central Chambers, 109 Hope Street, Glasgow 62 GLW NQJ§LEJZI1<LILEQQQOILL§§QL§§§£ DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 16 SEPTEMBER 1996
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Brunton Theatre. Musselburgh
£12,480 per annum
The Brunton Theatre is undergoing a 151.8 million refurbishment. Major technical developments include the upgrading of sound and lighting systems, the installation of a hydraulic orchestra pit and the construction of a flytower.
An experienced and suitably qualified individual is required to lead the stage-management team for the Brunton Theatre Company, to co-ordinate the work of the production staff for in-house productions and to work closely with the resident technician to ensure the efficient operation of the theatre for visiting performing art companies.
Application forms and further details are available from Personnel Division, 3 1 Court Street, Haddington, East Lothian EH41 3AE. Tel 01620 827827 Ext 7825, to be returned by Friday 20 September 1996.
An equal opportunities employer
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