Eating 8r Drinking Guide


(111314113343 Restaurant reviewers.

FOLLOWING THE SUCCESS of our previous editions, The List Eating 81 Drinking Guide 1998 is set to expand again. To be published on 16 April, the new Guide will feature even better coverage of restaurants, bistros, cafes and pubs in Edinburgh and Glasgow.

We are looking for a few new contributors who have extensive experience of eating out, to review selected restaurants in both cities during February. Reviewers will be allowed to dine With a partner free of charge at each restaurant reviewed, and will receive a small fee for each review, but will be expected to pay for drinks.

Applicants should demonstrate their knowledge of food and the restaurant world, as well as an ability to write lively, concise and informative copy, by submitting two sample rewews of 150—200 words, plus c.v. to:—

Tbe Editors

Eating & Drinking Gurde The List Ltd

14 High Street Edinburgh


Training and Education Coordinator AP iv (Sep 27 o 30) £18,201 - £18,066

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Scodand's contemporary arts cute wishes to recruit

Access + Interpretation Officer The post—holder will be an integral part of the Programming Team and as such will be responsible for the co—ondlnatlon and presentation of all interpretative materials and contextual Information In support of the artistic programme. It is expected that this will include a range of educational and outreach projects In support of the Centre's wider strategic development. £14,500 Personal Assistant The post-holder will work with the Director and the Head of Programme, providing administrative support to ensure the efficient implementation of CCA's activities. circa £13,000 job descriptions and application forms fiiom: CCA. 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow 02 3") Tel: 014! 332 7521 Closing Date: 22.1.98

C01 is striving to be an equal opportunities employer

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to ensure the effective operation of its public areas and bars. Applicants must have excellent customer care skills, be numerate 8. computer literate, and have staff management experience.

For a job description and application form please send SAE to; Lorna Duguid, Citizens' Theatre, Gorbals Street, Glasgow GS 908.

Closinldate : 23 January 1998

Public Art Development Officer.

Independent Public Arts invites applications from project managers to develop a new arts development post in North Ayrshire. You should be able to demonstrate relevant experience and be able to initiate, develop and implement a wide range of projects across the region.

Fixed 12 month contract commencing in early to mid February. Fee of $9,000 based on 2.5 days per week.

Applications and c.v’s to be submitted to lPA, 17 Bernard St. Lelth, EH6 sew by Monday 19th January. interviews on Monday 26th January.

2 requires an Evening Front of {BEENS House Supervisor Q _ HALL (part-time)

Responsibilities include managing the front of house team, handling of monies and security and safety of patrons.

This job would suit a mature student or part-time worker interested in gaining experience in a premier arts venue.

Please send applications to: Beth Cavanagh, Hall Manager, (from whom further details are available) The Queen's Hall, Clerk Street, Edinburgh EH8 916

Applications by Monday 79th [anuary Interviews on Friday 23rd [anuary



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