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Scottish Opera is one of Scotland's largest arts organisations providing opera at all scales throughout Scoﬂand.
With the opening of our new Technical Centre in Edington Street, Glasgow we require the following.
Working <9am to 5pm, the post holder will provide customer care and general administration duties including word processing
Salary c. £10,000
This post entails shift working between 7 am. and I Ip.m. providing reception services and routine maintenance
Salary c. £10,580
For a iob description, send a stamped addressed envelope to Susan Wilkie, Scottish Opera, 39 Elmbonk Crescent, Glasgow 62 4I’T
Applications by letter and CV should be submitted by IO November I997 to Susan Wilkie. Interviews will be held week commenting l7 November I997
The creation of Scottish Opera's Technical (entre
- _ is supported by The Scottish Arts Council
National lottery fund.
Scornin Opera "team Royd ltd strtves to be an equal opportune: employer attdrssubsadrsedbytheScomshAns found.
CCA invites young Scotland-based artists of African/ Caribbean or Asian (inc. Chinese) origin to submit CV and accompanying visual material for a proposed arts event to take place in Spring T998. Please include address and telephone number along with your details and send to: Rachel Bradley
(TL) 350 Sauchiehall St., Glasgow 02 310
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Artist's Opportunit Fee £2,000 (3 months half time basis)
The Arts and Cultural Development Ofﬁce: South East and the UK City of Architecture & Design 1999 Team are looking to appoint an artist to be based at
St Martins Educational Day Care Nursery in Castlemilk, Glasgow. Starting in November and initially for a period of three months the remit for the artist is to work with the children, staff and parents of the nursery to create designs for an innovative and safe play area. It is intended that the second phase ofthis project will then be to build from those designs.
Applications are invited from practising artists who have experience in working within an education setting and or public art commissions.
For further information, please send an A4 stamped, self addressed envelope to
The Arts 8: Cultural Development Ofﬁce
17 Castlemilk Arcade
T:01416342603 F: 01416311484
E : ac0060post.almac.c0.uk
Closing Date for Applications is Friday 7th November 1997. Interviews will be held on Friday 14 November 1997.
‘ House Manager
Scotland's premier lyric theatre, ﬂagship venue for Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and the Edinburgh Intemationai Festival, presenting a year-round variety of productions seeks an experienced theatre professional to manage Front of House operations from mid-December 1997. Initial contract for a two year term.
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Further information from and written applications by Monday 3 November 1997 to: David Todd. M Festival M,
13-29 Nicolson Street, Edinburﬂ't EH8 9". Tel: 0131 882 1112
on equal opportunities employer
EXHIBITIONS ASSISTANT '
Out of The Nomads Tent has been trading in oriental rugs and artifacts from Central Asia for 14 years. We are currently looking for an energetic and enthusiastic exhibitions assistant to complement our small team. The successful applicant would have to be self-motivated, hold a clean driving licence and be over 25. Must be fit, not be afraid of working up ladders and have no dust allergies. The ability to get on well with people is important and being away from home for short periods shouldn't present a problem. Word processing ability an advantage. Salary £11,000 per annum.
Please send CV and covering letter to :- Out of The Nomads Tent, 21 St Leonards Lane, Edinburgh EH8 95H
I Work when you want and where you want. £6—£l() per hour. You need 21 car and a telephone. If you‘re interested. give me a call. Paul Williams. freephone 0800 ()2 66613.
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