The List, Scotland’s award winning entertainment and lifestyle magazine will shortly be appointing a new Editor as Alan Morrison is moving to London.
We are looking for someone who can combine editorial flair and expertise with the ability to inspire and manage a talented team of writers and researchers based in our Edinburgh office.
Applicants should have a wide-ranging interest in contemporary popular culture and the arts in Scotland and proven talent as a sub-editor. Fast keyboard skills, careful and accurate attention to detail, good contacts and the ability to remain calm and good-humoured whilst working under the pressure of tight deadlines are all also required in this exciting and challenging position.
The new Editor will receive an attractive salary package and the opportunity to work for a friendly, dynamic and exciting publishing company.
Interested candidates should apply in writing with suggestions for improvements to The List plus two examples of published work and a CV.
Applications to Robin Hodge, Publisher, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 lTE. email: email@example.com
The deadline for applications is Friday 7 January 2000.
An expanding and successful broadcast and corporate independent production company is looking for the following staff to join our close-knit team for immediate start:
For a weekly football magazine programme Knowledge of football television production essential.
For commissioned programmes (04) 8. pre-commission development Directing and/or editing an advantage
MEDIA loo EDITOR Ofﬂine & online. After FX. Photoshop. fCRJPTWRiTER/PRODUCE’R
Mostly corporate production
Directing and/or editing an advantage
Experience 8 references essentiaI.Salary negotiable. Based Glasgow or Perth.
CVs to Speakeasy Productions, Westﬁeld, Luncarty, Perth PH1 SNR Fax 01738 828419 e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
COMMUNITY & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES ARTS & ENTERTAINMENTS
Scale: APS Salary: (£19,827 - £21,636)
Mth Falkirk Town Hall usage growing rapidly, we now wish to appoint a Venue Manager to manage the facility together with its staff and resources. We are looking for an experienced. well motivated person who can facilitate quality standards in our day to day operations, liaise with providers and users, and be part of a team in the planning of a compre- hensive arts programme. The Council, in conjunction with the Scottish Arts Council, has instituted a process which will Involve a complete re-examl- nation of its Arts strategy and there will be an exciting opportunity to con- tribute to a service undergoing change. For this new and developing post. applicants should have a relevant degree level qualiﬁcation and signiﬁ- cant practical experience of venue management in a local authority con- text.
ASSISTANT VENUE MANAGER Scale: AP3 Salary: £15,240 — £16,770)
We require an Assistant Venue Manager to support the newly created post of Venue Manager within the rapidly growing venue of Falkirk Town Hall. We are looking for a well motivated person with an adaptable and ﬂexible approach to work, who can supervise staff and organise resources on a day to day basis, and be part of a team operating front of house support for shows and events. For this new and developing post, applicants should have a relevant qualiﬁcation, or signiﬁcant practical experience, together with a knowledge of Arts Centre operation particu- larly In a local government context.
Application forms and details are available, quoting appropriate reference number, from and should be returned to, the Job Centre, Graeme House, Weir Street, Falkirk. FKl 1LF. Telephone 01324 508000 no later than 12 noon - 17 December 1999.
For further lnforrnation contact J.M. Sanderson on 01324 503776.
LLITII'S at the ROYAL (OHLLRT HALL
Looking for part time work? He need motivated is enthusiastic waiting 8 bar staff. (ompetitive rate of pay. Please phone
Edinburgh Guide (Second edition)
FREELANCE AD SALES EXECUTIVE/AGENCY
Time Out Guides urgently requires an ad sales executive or agency, to handle freelance ad sales on the forthcoming Time Out Edinburgh Guide (Second edition). Published in June 2000 (with an April deadline), this Guide is part of the acclaimed Time Out City Guide World Series published by Penguin Books. Applicants should be based in Edinburgh and be capable of handling ad sales to local & national accounts. A good knowledge of the marketplace, sales experience, self-motivation and the ability to work with initiative within a tight publishing schedule is essential. Positions are offered on a freelance basis.
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to work p't in busy complementary therapy centre. self-employed basis. Apply in writing to Practice Manager, David Lloyd Health 8: Beauty, Arkleston Road, Renfrevv PA4 OAR
I Gallery Trainee New Deal, lnverleith House, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. To assist in a variety of activities such as invigilation. installation and administration. Applicants should be between the age of 18—24. unemployed for 6 months or more and currently claiming Jobs Seekers Allowance. An interest in visual arts is desirable. Please send C.V.s to: Suzanne Dunn, lnverleith House, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, 20a lnverleith Row, Edinburgh EH3 SLR. Tel 0131 248 2983. Fax: (1131248 2901.
I Cossachok Russian Cafe first and only in Scotland, is looking for a cook and an assistant cook. Both full and part time positions considered. Previous experience in Russian/Eastern European cooking is useful. but training will be provided. Good wages. friendly, colourful, multi- cultural and artistic working environment. Apply by phone or fax on ()141 553 0733 or come in for an interview at Cossachock, 10 Kings Street, Merchant City, Glasgow G1 SOP. Alternatively, e-mail us at cossachokCanhoocom
IMAGINATIVE ACTORS and drama tutors sought for various projects in 2000. Telephone 0141 644 0163 $000.
I And what did you do last year? 1 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.
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