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Tods Murray WS, one of Scotland’s leading law firms, has a vacancy for a Personal Assistant based in the firm’s Edinburgh office within the highly successful Entertainment and Media Law department which specialises in film, television,

"Tods Murray is undisputed leader, servicing a significant portion of the key players in the entertainment industry"

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The successful candidate will be required to provide full executive secretarial support to Richard Findlay and his team. He/she will possess a broad knowledge of and a keen interest in Scotland's cultural industries together with a proven track record in administration. A background knowledge of the workings of a legal office is desirable. However, as a prerequisite an outgoing and enthusiastic

If you believe that your skills match the above criteria please write enclosing a CV and stating present salary to:

Janey Wylie, Tod: Murray WS, 66 Queen Street, Edinburgh EH2 4N5.

Closing date: Friday 18th February

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Toonspeak Young People’s Theatre offers theatrical, educational, recreational and social opportunities to 14-25 year-olds living in North Glasgow.

Our future programme is very busy and we are now recruiting:


Applicants will:

-be of varying ages and experience;

-be specialised in at least one area, eg, set design movement, sound;

-ideally have worked with young people.

Please submit your CV by Friday 18 February to:

Stephen King Artistic Director/ Project Leader Toonspeak Young People's Theatre M2, 143 Charles Street, Glasgow, 621 ZQA Tel: 0141 552 0234

THIS PROJECT IS BEING PART FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION European Regional Development Fund Western Scotland Urban Programme 1997-99

We are currently looking for


for a forthcoming sampling campaign in Edinburgh

PO Box 1409.


Education Development Co-ordinator British Art Show

Experienced and dynamic individual needed to head the British Art Show 5 education programme across seven Edinburgh galleries.

Applicants must have:

0 Thorough knowledge of contemporary art

0 Familiarity with the current art & design curriculum at Scottish secondary level

0 Experience of delivering in-service training, workshops, and education packs

0 Excellent project management and communication skills

0 Budget management experience

The post requires a highly self-motivated individual who can demonstrate initiative and the ability to work collaboratively across organisations

Deadline for applications 16 February Interviews will be held on 22 February

Fee £20,000 pro-rata 3 days a week for 12 months

All venues are committed to equal opportunities This project is supported by the Scottish Arts Council National Lottery Fund.

For application pack contact Jane Warrilow, City Art Centre, 2 Market Street, Edinburgh EH1 1DE. Tel 0131 529 3958. Fax 0131 529 397


needed to develop night- club branding through promotional material and national advertising. Candidate should be familiar with Glasgow dance culture, creative, fast and cheap!

Fees strictly on ‘per job’ basis. Examples of work may be requested.

Send letter of interest to:

PO Box 3789, Glasgow G42 82]

JOBS Cont’d

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) stafi, 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.

I Top camping tour operator Canvas Holidays seeks enthusiastic individuals for challenging and rewarding work in Europe. Montage Assistant job is physically demanding and immense fun, erecting tents on campsites across Europe. Must be good team-player and be prepared to work long hours and get hands dirty. Tented accommodation and return travel provided. Minimum age 21 and clean drivers license required (minimum 1 year’s driving experience). Experience driving vans and/or abroad an advantage. No language skills necessary. Six week fixed-term contract. Some warehouse positions also available. For full details and application form contact Michele on 01383 644018.

I Arts Project Manager To co-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 skills and computer literacy. Typing, bookkeeping and administrative skills. Must be able to think creatively with a lateral approach to problem-solving. 2/3 days per week min, fixed contract February-July 2000. Salary negotiable. Self- employed status. Tel 0141 579 0309/576 7956.

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We are looking for a well-organised, self- motivated secretary to manage and market the activities, events and training courses of the PPA Scottish Council, the umbrella organisation for magazine publishers in Scotland.


This role requires energy, imagination, flexibility, good administrative skills and ideally some knowledge of the publishing industry.

The post will involve an average of two days per week working from home. Salary according to experience.



Rachael Hanstord, PPA Scottish Council, Pinpoint Scotland, 9 Gayfield Square, Edinburgh EH1 3NT.

(tel: 0131 557 4184)

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