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The British Council promotes educational, cultural and technical co-operation between Britain and other countries. Our work is designed to establish long-term and worldwide partnerships working to the objectives of our major UK Government sponsors. The British Council in Scotland aims to promote greater international understanding of Scottish culture, achievements and contemporary excellence through the Council’s worldwide network. ' The Council is seeking an International Arts Officer to be based in
the Council’s Glasgow ofﬁce. This is a new post responsible to the International Arts Manager for maintaining links with the Scottish arts community and for the promotion of Scottish arts and artists through the Council’s global network and with the partnership project, Scotland the Brand Unit (SBU).
Duties: keeping up to date with all aspects of the arts in Scotland, including the principal arts bodies, and with international events in which Scotland might be involved; researching and organizing artistic inputs to British Council and SBU programmes; keeping colleagues throughout the Council up to date on the Scottish arts by providing a regular ﬂow of information; organizing programmes for arts visitors to Scotland and assisting with press relations. Experience/skills/qualifications:
Essential: good interpersonal, communication and administrative skills; proven organizational and planning skills; the ability to critically assess and report on performances and exhibitions; a knowledge of and commitment to the Arts and an understanding of the unique aspects
of Scottish arts and culture.
Desirable: experience of having lived or worked overseas; IT skills; previous administrative experience within an arts organization and knowledge of the work of the British Council.
Salary: in the range £11,770 to £14,550
Contract: two-year fixed-term contract.
The job involves extensive travel within Scotland and the need to work irregular hours.
Applicants should, in. the ﬁrst instance, submit a short CV to include a description of how your skills, experience and qualiﬁcations correspond to the criteria set out above, to Eunice Crook, Director Scotland, The British Council, 3 Bruntsﬁeld Crescent, Edinburgh EH10 4HD by 21 February 19.97. Candidates who are selected for interview will be contacted by telephone. Interviews will be held on 20 March 1997.
We guarantee an interview to disabled applicants who satisfy the essential criteria. Candidates should indicate on their applications i/‘they are
disabled. The British Council is an equal opportunities employer.
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Highly succesful Glasgow Works project, Theatre Works, is looking for a new intake of committed Stage Managers for 1997/98 (Start March 1997). You must be living in Glasgow and have been registered
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I Two people needed to act in E.G.A. filtn. Female: 18—23. convincing French accent. Male: 40ish. black if possible. convincing American accent. Previous experience preferred not mandatory. Contact Nicky Coyle 0131 228 2272.
Full time Bar Person & part time waiting staff
required for busy city centre cafe/restaurant
Contact Rowland or Dougal Ol3| 557 4567
LANGUAGE COURSES IN EUROPE AND
Courses all year round in Spain. Italy, Austria, Germany, France and
South America. All ages,
all levels. all year round.
Details from Kath Bateman, Caledonia Language Courses.
Tel/Fax 0131 558 7118
I Cello and piano tuition by experienced. friendly. professional teacher attd performer. Children and adult beginners. re-lcarners and advanced students all welcome. Creative. fun and supportive learning. Tel ()131 551 4531.
BE COOL Develop your creativity by learning guitar at The Edinburgh Guitar Studio. Satisfaction and results guaranteed.
Bookings: 0131 557 3215.
I Superb singing tuition offered by experienced opera singer (ten years with Seottish ()peral. All levels taught. £15 per hour. first lesson free. Paul Anwyl BA (hons). Tel: (1141 945 4693.
I Assertiveness tor women Learn new and positive communication skills. Increase your conﬁdence and self esteem. learn about body language and ways to deal wrth criticism. Please phone Louise Hay Training ()131 315 3532.
I Spanish tuition by native speaker. Creative learning for all levels. Groups and individuals. Contact 0141 332 1479.
I Russian and Ukrainian tuition. Conversational or tutoring to any level. Native speaker. Call Vadim on 0131 225 9254.
I Astrology classes Learn real astrology. study your own birth 'chart in small group with experienced. qualiﬁed tutor. Seven Thursdays. 7—8.30pm. from Feb 13. £35. Wellspring. off Leith Walk. 0131 667 1156.
STAINED GLASS beginners courses at \VASI’S Artists Studios. Denmstoun. Glasgow. Expert tuition. small classes. 4 consecutive Saturdays. Fee £95 plus materials. For more into please tel 0141 556 3622/5534 5240.
I Private tutors provided (and
required). all subjects. Glasgow. Edinburgh. Falkirk. Stirling. Self-study courses. mathematics. book-keeping. aptitude testing. intelligence. subject abilities. career interests. translations. tnost languages. Telephone Jaymar Education ()1324 717114.
I Sound share Tuition on llulc. clarinet and saxt‘rphonc. Classical. jazz and traditional. Learn to read music workshop for adults. Children's music tnaking workshops. Contact
E. Hartley (B.Mus) (1141 9-16 5793.
The Brewster Sisters Theatre Co.
are now offering
Professibnal Coaching in: Voice Production & Audition Preparation
Telephone: 0141 423 8081
; I English language lessons
Tuition offered by experienced. 1 qualified teacher and British
FDR JOBS IN THE ARTS, MEDIA, EDUCATION, SOCIAL WORK - CHECK OUT THE LIST EVERY FDRTNICHT
Conversation. business English and exatn prep. Telephone Jennifer for more information. 0141883 4125.
I Giving voice and liberating training present Speak Out With Confidence. Feb 22nd/23rd at The Engine Shed. Edinburgh. Cost £55/L‘25. A workshop for anyone who knows what they want to say but find that their body and voice lets them down at the crucial moment! For info/booking 0131 661 5500.
I A Feast 01 llannony From Georgia with Edicher Garankanidse. March 23rd—29th at The Findhorn Community. Cost £150 (plus accommodation £145). Experience the thrilling harmonics of Georgia in the former Soviet Union from the foremost exponent of this wonderful singing tradition. For info/booking contact Kate O'Connell on 01343 850 266. (Book early for accommodation.)
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