As the‘macRobert develops its role as
an arts centre of excellence for work
‘.‘.’llll and for children and young people. three essential new posts have been created
as .1 result of restructuring
children and young people’s officer
Working closely with the Director you will develop and implement a strategy for the macRobert education and outreach work. You will have been a qualified teacher for at least two years and have access to a
car. Ideally you will hold a further qualification in Drama. You will be committed to the rights of the child, the arts, and the role of education within the arts. You will have proven interpersonal and communication skills.
Make a difference at Scotland’s leading arts centre by joining our marketing team. With a sales background, including experience of managing staff and a commitment to customer care and young people, you will be keen to develop a dynamic sales team. Experience in the use of computers and an enthusiasm for the arts is essential.
salary £14,719 pro-rata
in this part-time post (20 hours/week) you will work closely with the Director to develop and implement the macRobert’s fundraising strategy, in particular focussing on work with and for children and young people. You will have excellent communication skills and a lively and articulate written style. A knowledge of the Scottish arts scene and its funding system and an enthusiasm for the arts are essential.
Further details are available from the macRobert. University of Stirling FKS 4LA, tel 01786 467155. The closing date for all posts Is
Friday 18 March 1999. macFiobert
University of Stirling, FK9 tLA
insider custom publishing
Insider Custom Publishing, Scotland's leading contract publishing agency, is seeking an experienced Producrion Controller. Applicants should be motivated with drive, enthusiasm and the ability to provide a high quality service in a publishing environment. The ideal candidate will have:
' excellent knowledge of repro and print.
° organisational and trouble-shooting skills. ' degree/diploma level qualifications.
° established relevant work experience.
Apple Macintosh skills are also essential.
Closing date for applications: Friday 1‘) March.
Salary according to experience.
Contact: john Cooper, Publishing Manager,
Insider CuStom Publishing, 45 Queenslerry Street Lane, Edinburgh, Iii-12 (’IPI2
As part of the SAC Lottery Advancement Programme implementation the Edinburgh International Film Festival is making two new full time appointments, to start as soon as
A year round post requiring both programming and administrative skills. Responsible to the Director. Salary: c £16,700
To take responsibility for the development and imple- mentation of the annual marketing plan. Responsible to the Head of Development.
Salary c £15,000
Closing date: Wednesday 17th March. Interviews w/c 22nd March.
Please send a self addressed A4 envelope to: PERSONNEL & ADMINISTRATION MANAGER, EIFF LTD, 88 LOTHIAN ROAD, EDINBURGH, EH3 982 for full details and job description.
Graphic Deslgn Manager Salary £19,059
We are amongst the biggest and most successful arts organisations in the UK, staging full-scale operas in theatres throughout Scotland and beyond, as well as touring smaller works to village halls and schools. Our audiences come from every walk of life to enjoy this most powerful art form.
We need a creative, experienced and highly effective Graphic Design Manager to head a vital in-house design resource. No less than the creation, design, costing and production of all printed and multi-media material for Scottish Opera is the responsibility of this important post-holder.
For a job description, please contact Elaine Harkins at Scottish Opera, 39 Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow 62 4PT on 0141-248 4567.
The deadline for applications is 26th March. Interviews will be held on 31st March.
Scottish Opera strives to be an equal opportunities employer and is subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council
FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH LEARMNG DISABILITIES AND THEIR CARERS
The Action Group provides services for children and adults with learning disabilities and their carers. Male and female volunteers (age 16+), are required for their Easter playscheme — Tuesday 6 April until Friday 16 April 1999.
Experience not essential as training will be provided. Expenses are paid to all volunteer workers.
Phone Susan England on 0131 475 2315 for further information.
I Very Still Model available for life and portrait classes for individual or group session. Reasonable rate. Stirling, Edinburgh or Glasgow. Contact Wai on ()1786 449749.
COOKS WANTED Come and work on the Isle of Iona from 24 March to Oct. at the Argyll Hotel. Vegetarian & non-veg. Cooks. for wholesome cooking & baking. Fast efﬁcient and easy-going. good sense of humour vital! Must have experience if not qualiﬁcations. Tel Clare on 01681 700 334
GRAPHIC DESIGNER required fOl‘bUS)’ Students Association Ofﬁce. Creative person with proﬁciency in publication and graphic design. Must be ﬂexible and output orientated. Pay on scale of £13,074 to £15.]34. Good conditions including 6 weeks paid holiday.
Apply in writing, giving full details, to REF GD, HWUSA, Riccarton, Edinburgh EH14 4A5, by 15th March 1999.
I Wildlife conservation Charity requires responsible people to work as membership recruiter's. All areas except Edinburgh city. Av. £6.00 p.h.* Send SAE to: J I.eathart(s). PO Box 14036. Penicuik. EH26 9YT. *Part time evenings.
l Tickled Pink Productions (non-professional). is looking for actors. (male. mid 20s and 40+) for a new body comedy to be performed at Fringe ‘99. Call
required by final year
sculpture student at
Edinburgh College of Art.
Do you have a premises undergoing major demolition/ restoration/ modernisation?
If you can help by offering access for approximately one week, please call
0131 221 6087 and leave a message for Clare Waddle with the Sculpture School
4—18 Mar 1999 THE LISTRS