g RECRUITMENT , _ , I Video film company The Edinburgh International Conference Centre Ltd aims to constantly sucks additional

talent artistic. technical and administrative to take work seriously but not yourself. Percentage basis. CVs. photos. with SAli to (it) Ayr Road. Irvine. Ayrshire KAI2 80L.

I Actor in his 508/505 required for a short film to be shot in November. if you are interested send CV and photo to Matias Basso. l15 Dalkeith Road (F2). Edinburgh EH l6 5A].

exceed the changing expectations of its customers, both

internal and extemal. Within a context of Equal

Opportunities, we are committed to the continued

development of every team member. Individuals focused on

100% Customer Delight should apply.


Are you fleXible, innovative, a team player With excellent Please contaCt Dept, to appear 3(ls/40s. plus two ' ' . ' ' ' ° ' 9 crew needed for Traverse . . commlcatlon Slums and mmauve' (Theatre) February production. Techmcran “°‘3“§i22§"iiw Bryan 1 The EXChange’ John 0131 343 6593.

You would be part of a team of six at the EICC, responsible Morrison Street,

I Actors wanted! Two male

for discussing, planning and implementing events to meet and Edinburgh EH3 SEE actors. and 20s. lrish accent‘.’

. . . . . ; Needed for short video exceed the technical requrrements of clients. Minimum of three tel (0131) 3030 000 for i pmncmm Showing curly years experience in a conference or related environment is essential. fifgffggflfi‘iI‘f];;,’f‘,i,m

details and an 2. 23 Dundas Street tans coo. i applicatlon form, We are looking for professional peOple with a variety of technical Closmg date Wh "‘~ f skills to supplement our permanent staff during the peak conference 12 November 1996. an app ymg or

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months. You should be able to work flexible hours, maintain the . advertised here,

highest standards of quality at all times and be able to access

First interviews will be

. . . . . . ° 1 Edinburgh easrly. Minimum of three years experience in 3 held week commencmg don_t forget o nf 1 d ' ' ' 1 18 November 1996 “who” that you co erence or re ate envrronment lS essentta . . sa it in The u. L


& Researcher .N SCOTLAND

CLANN AN ALBA working for children and their/ornate:


Full-time. Based in Edinburgh. Salary £20,247 to £25,770

The List needs someone who is quick-witted and versatile to work as a receptionist in our busy Edinburgh office - answering telephones, dealing with enquiries and assisting with secretarial and administrative tasks. The work will also involve helping with research into events taking place around Scotland.

(Zhildren in Scotland. the national agency for organisations and individuals working with children and their families. is seeking a skilled and dynamic individual to plan and manage its training and development programmes. These include training and consultancy programmes and development programmes in the areas of early years. disability / special

Applicants should have good keyboard skills, experience of oftiee work and an eye for detail. An active interest in the arts and media :5 also important.

This position is initially offered for a period of 5 months,

commencing in January 1997. Starting saiary 0. £9,000 pa. pro rata.

Apply in writing with CV to: Personnel, The List, 14 High Street. Edinburgh, EH1 1TE.

Closing date for applications: Friday 8 November.

Interviews will be held during the week commencing 18 November.

needs and HIV / AIDS.

Applicants should have a high level of organisational. managerial and communication skills together with knowledge and experience of training and / or development. preferably in a relevant child care setting.

Further details and application form from: Children in Scotland. Princes House. 5 Shandwick Place, Edinburgh EH2 4110

Tel: 0131 228 8484

Fax: 0131 228 8585

Closing date for applications: Wednesday, 13 November 1996 Date of interviews: Monday, 25 November 1996

Children in Scotland is committed to becoming an equal opportunities emplover; we would welcome applications in particular from minority ethnic groups and disabled people who are currently under-represented.

“The List l-l4 Nov 1996