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Online Producer (Movies)
Salary according to experience. Contract until March 2000 initially. Glasgow.
BBC Online is one of the most signiﬁcant players in the multimedia world and Europe's most visited content site. BBC Scotland produces sites for a range of our online brands from Fully Booked to Feeling Healthy and our portfolio is expanding rapidly.
We currently need a Producer to join the team working specifically on our new Movies site.You will have to be steeped in the world of cinema with a contacts book to prove it and have die creativity to use the web to bring alive what's on. what’s coming up. who's who and what goes on behind the scenes. You will be a senior member of the team wid'i sole responsibility for the site so must have substantial experience of producing or writing for television. radio or the press. be able to write creatively and accurately for the web and be able to interpret briefs and liaise with our commissioners. You will also be expected to help us deveIOp and extend our portfolio by spotting opportunities and selling ideas to our commissioners.
Technical skills are not essential as you will work closely with our designers. but you will have to be an enthusiastic Internet user and have an understanding of what makes a good web site. Ref. 42006lLN
Apply Online for this vacancy by 30th September I999 at http://www.bbc.co.uk liobsle42006.shtml
As our portfolio expands. we are likely to have short- term vacancies with our Online team over the next few months for experienced Producers and Researchers who
‘ can work across a range of output Contracts may vary from a few weeks to a few months with the potential for longer term work but all require proven journalistic or broadcast experience at the appropriate level. the ability to write for the web and specialist knowledge of. or proven interest in. one of the following areas: Childrens. Films. Health. Leisure.
If you are interested in the temporary assignments as Producer (Ref. 423 l SILN) or Researcher (Ref. 423I6lLN) send your CV with a covering letter highlighting the appropriate reference, your relevant experience and the area of output for which your specialist knowledge or interest best qualiﬁes you. In addition. your CV must be accompanied by a half page critique of one of our sites and an original example of a short written item for that site.
Closes: September 30th.
We are also interested in receiving CVs from experienced individuals with substantial experience of HTML and web design packages for short-term assignments on a part- time or full time basis. Ref. 423 I 7ILN
Closes: September 30th.
Please forward CVs (quote appropriate ref.) to: Susan Galashan, Personnel Department, Room 4 I 36 BBC Scotland, Queen Margaret Drive, Glasgow, GI2 BDG. E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Radio Researchers Fred MacAulay
Salary c £l6 500 per annum. One I year contract One 3 month contract. Glasgow.
The Fred MacAulay show goes from strength to strength as one of BBC Radio Scotland’s key strands. Monday toThursday mornings Fred presents an entertaining blend of celebrity interviews and topical features with guests drawn from the fields of journalism. popular culture and show-business.We’ve also taken the show to various outside broadcasts including Paris and even a shop window in Edinburgh - NewYork is currently being planned.
We are now looking for two creative and energetic researchers to join this hard-working production team. You will be able to show a track record in Radio with experience of at least one of the following areas:
I booking celebrity guests. dealing with agents and PR companies. Knowing when to say “no” and when never to take “no” for an answer
I journalistic experience - knowing how to find a new angle in a story and how to make that story relevant to a Scottish audience
I craft skills in short feature production.You will have produced or commissioned short packages from freelance reporters. be able to suggest potential subjects and contributors and offer guidance on pacing. mixing and editing audio material.
Closes: October 4th.
For further information and an application form for the Fred MacAulay vacancy, contact Susan Galashan, Personnel Department, on 0l4l 338 2411.
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I The Scottish Literary Tour Co. Ltd is expanding its Arts & Tourism projects across selected regions in Scotland. We require a part-time administrator who is very computer literate and has a proven track record in Access or Outlook data base management. Three days per week, salary negotiable (hours ﬂexible). Send CV’s to: 978 West Bow, Edinburgh EH1 ZJP.
I A Wildlife Charity needs reliable people in Glasgow/Edinburgh to work as membership recruiters. No selling involved. Part- timefI'emporary. £6.00 av. per hour. Send SAE to: J Leathart, PO Box 14036, Penicuik. EH26 9YT.
I And what did you do last year? I was part of a team that raised £45m for good causes. We work for ICRF, Save The Children, Amnesty, Greenpeace and several other major charities sending teams of fundraisers to high streets to recruit supporters. We seek full-time (28—42 hrs/wk), permanent (after 3 months trial) staff. on £5.50 to start, progressing up to £7.20/hr, to join our team; You will mostly be based in Glasgow or Edinburgh. depending where you’re based. This is not a sales job, there is no commission, and we provide full training in fundraising. if you are outgoing, articulate and want a satisfying job, ring 0141 204 5266, 10am-8pm, Mon—Fri.
SALES PERSON/PUBUCIST Required to work on a series of music recording projects. Doesn’t have to be proven in the ﬁeld but must be ambitious, able to use own initiative and prepared to work on a commission basis initially. Contact:
1115 RAINMAKER on 01563 535999