the following positions are now available in glasgow and edinburgh: chefs de pariie, pastry chefs and commis chefs
waiters, waitresses and bar servers
if you are interested, please contact steve on 0131 22l l222 or
Chris on Ol 4l 204 2404
One permanent vacancy
I0.5I( to ISK dependent on experience and skills
If this is you send your CV with a covering letter to: Stuart Aitken Student Marketing l0 Beaverhall Road Edinburgh
Education & Leisure Services
ARTS BUS CO-ORDINATOR
(Temporary for 1 year) £15,240 - £16,770 Working as part of the Arts and Events and Museums sections, you will develop the new millennium commission funded Arts Bus service. You will co-ordinate and deliver an exciting and innovative
programme of exhibitions and events throughout East Dunbartonshire during the year 2000.
You should be educated to HNC level, be enthusiastic, highly motivated and able to work on your own initiative. Experience of providingarts events and exhibitions for community groups is essential.
For an informal discussion please contact ioan Riddell, Arts and Events Manager on 0141 931 5084.
Recruitment packs may be obtained by telephoning the 24 hour Recruitment Answerline on 0141 578 8044/8065 quoting reference number CUL/413. Closing date for receipt of completed application forms is Friday 19 November 1999.
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If you are aged 18-31 and have what it takes to climb the ladder of success, don’t be lazy, just go crazy and call Morag in Edinburgh on 0131 225 52.52.
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Children in Scotland, the national agency for children and their families in Scotland, is seeking to fill the following posts.
DEVELOPMENT OFFICER -
Children’s Participation In the Arts
2.5 days per week Fixed term one year.
Salary scale £17,322 to £21,630 pro rata.
Funded by The Scottish Arts Council
To plan and deliver a one year development and Information programme to promote the participation of children and young people In the arts in Scotland. Possession of a relevant academic or prole qualiﬁcation is necessary. preferably in a discipline of relevance to children and families. participation and/or the arts.
DEVELOPMENT OFFICER - Special Needs FUII-time
Salary Scale: £17,322 to £21,036
To facilitate policy and practice development relating to children with disabilities/special needs and their families. Possession of a relevant academic or professional qualification is necessary. preferably in a discipline of relevance to children and families.
PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT
Salary Scale: £11,115to £12,405
To prOVlde administrative support to the training and practice development programme. Experience of, or an interest in. event/conference organisation would be useful. together with a knowledge of ii systems.
Closing date for all applications: Friday 5 November 1999.
Dates of Interviews:
Development Officer - Children's Participation In the Arts - 29th November 1999.
Development Officer - Special Needs - 29 November 1999. Practice Development Assistant - 25 November 1999.
Further details available from: Children in Scotland. Princes House, 5 Shandwick Place. Edinburgh EH2 4R6.
Tel: 0131 222 2402 Fax: 0131 228 8585 ,
Email: recmltment@chiidrenhscotia'id.org.uk Web page: http:/Mww.chiidreninscoiiand.org.uir Curran h Scotimd I committed to becomho m can W m.
FULL TIME SALES ASSISTANTS required for Designer Clothing Stores in the Glasgow, Lanarkshire and Kilmarnock areas. Applicants must be highly motivated with a smart appearance and strong communication skills. Salary excellent (based on experience). Contact Carrie McAtasney at ASA International on 0141 221 4166.
I Assistant administrator required for lighting design consultancy. Apply with CV to Kevan Shaw, Lighting Design, 4 Baltic Street, Edinburgh EH6 7BW.
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 0r 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.
I Majik Men Theatre Company are currently casting for four national tours. Apply in writing to the Artist Director at Axis, 5 South Fergus Place, Kirkcaldy KY1 lYA.
I Arts project manager to manage and administrate a Glasgow Millennium Festival Arts Project. Knowledge and experience of managing & co- ordinating large scale public art events essential. Must have excellent communication skill,s computer literacy. Typing, bookkeeping and administrative skills. Must be able to think creatively with a lateral approach to problem-solving. 2 1/2 days per week min. fixed contract October 1999 -June 2000. Salary negotiable. Self- employed status. Tel 0141 445 1941/576 7958/579 0309.
I Who do you know in India? lntemational Health and Nutrition Company. established 1980, has just received license to operate in India. We are seeking bright, articulate freelance consultants to sponsor into this amazing opportunity. Interested? Talk to me - Janet - on 01236 616810.
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