TOONSPEAK YOUNG PEOPLE’S THEATRE PROJECT
Project Leader/director Salary: £18,066 pa. (AP4)
Administrator Salary: £14,943 pa. (AP3)
Based in the north of the city of Glasgow, the Toonspeak Young People’s Theatre Project is a two -year funded project (URBAN and National Lottery New Directions).
The Project Leader postholder will lead our demanding Youth Theatre programme and Youth work activities. The ability to work with volunteers of all ages, both at management committee level and member level, and to liaise with statutory and industry bodies is an essential requirement. Additionally, skills in plannning, leading directing workshops and productions which extensively involve young members are looked for.
The Administrator postholder will be required to provide the Project's support services, and will be fully involved in assisting the work of the young people involved with the project, as well as bringing a technical ability to each post.
For further information and an information pack, please send large S.A.E. to: Chairman,Management Committee, Toonspeak Young People’s Theatre Project, Rosemount Trust Workspace, Unit 2 Middle Block, 143 Charles St., Royston, Glasgow G21 ZQA by 25 June 1999.
funded by Urban European Initiative “It ‘4 s ‘I ' "H MU“ "1"“ 3| (Glasgow North) - _
for June production of Death and The Maiden. . Well organised. energetic j with theatre experience preferable. Contact Norma-Jean Kenny (0131) 447 0920
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The RSNO seeks to appoint a
to join our busy Marketing Department in selling over 180.000 tickets for 130 concerts each year.
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Reporting to the Marketing Manager you will form
part of a young exciting team responsible for promoting Scotland’s award-winning national symphony orchestra. Some marketing experience preferable.
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F rther details from: Elizabeth McCreath Age RSNO. 73 Claremont Street. Glasgow G3 7JB Tel: 0141 225 3550 for e-mai/s email@example.com show In year: Closing date: Friday 18 June Edinburgh fringe. The “SNO5.2"3‘éil'lsei'iln'Ziiimrﬁféimmﬁ" $°°"a"° Tel: 0! 620 861626
Communi Cultural an Core Services Division
SERVICE, DEVELOPMENT 8: REVIEW OFFICER
(ARTS AND VENUES)
(Job share) £23,241 - £25,257 (Pro-Rata)
The Service Development and Review Section is responsible for monitoring and reviewing the quality of existing Arts, Libraries and Museums Services within North Lanarkshire; and the development of new services. This includes project management, service analysis and review, Best Value planning and monitoring, preparation of external funding applications and administration of the Council's Cultural Grants Scheme.
Based at Stepps, you will work 21 hours per week over Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, however you may be required to work occasional evenings or at weekends.
Educated to degree level and preferably with a qualification in arts management and/or general management, you will have a minimum of 3 years experience at a senior level in the arts field with evidence of a broad knowledge of all aspects of arts provision in a local authority context. In addition an understanding of performance monitoring techniques would be particularly desirable. REF. NLC/CS/CC/001
Application forms and further particulars are available from: Community Services Department , Personnel Services, Buchanan Tower, Buchanan Business Park, Stepps, Glasgow 633 6HR. Tel: (0141) 304 1914. Closing date: Friday, 25 June 1999.
NORTH LANARKSHIRE COUNCIL
for THE JEWEL BOX
(poetry CD/lestivals), to assist with capyright, publicity, programming, July l999 to March 2000, lee £1800. Applications by 26 June.
For details Send A5 SAE to: K Cockburn, Scottish Poetry library, 5 Crichton’s Close, Edinburgh EH8 801
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The Scottish Poetry Library