National Museums of Scotland Applications are invited from two highly motivated, enthusiastic and efﬁcient people to join NMS's busy Department of Public Affairs. These ﬁxed term posts are based at the Royal Museum, Chambers Street, Edinburgh.
Facilitator/Interpreter Ref: msoo/s
This full time post is offered initially on a ﬁxed term basis to 30 November 2001. The salary range is between £9,548 and £15,588. Salary on appointment will be between £9,548 and £11,058 depending on qualiﬁcations and experience.
The Museum of Scotland's Discovery Centre is a hands-on activity zone, where visitors can ﬁnd out about Scotland's past by investigating the evidence which survives today. The Centre forms the focus of educational provision for school pupils aged 5 to 14 visiting the Museum. A travelling element will extend this provision across Scotland. Facilitator/Interpreters facilitate a planned programme of discovery learning for schools, and ensure that visitors to the Discovery exhibitions are made to feel welcome and are looked after, helped with their investigations and encouraged to participate in the various activities on offer. They also assist visitors who wish to record their own memories in the 20th Century Gallery's Memory Bank.
You will be educated to at least Standard Grade, but a diploma or equivalent may be an advantage. You will have had some training or practical experience in working with children and/or the general public. A good team worker and well organised, you should be comfortable with IT. You will be an accomplished communicator and may have an interest in drama. Excellent interpersonal skills are essential, as you must be able to establish a rapport with a wide range of audiences.
Cinema Co-ordinator Ref: nmsoon
This part time post, working 15 hours per week (Monday to Friday, 3 hours per day), is offered initially on a ﬁxed term basis for a period of one year. The salary range is between £10,135 and £19,304. Salary on appointment will be between £10,135 and £12,427 (pro rata) depending on qualiﬁcations and experience.
The Cinema Co-ordinator will ensure the smooth running of all aspects of The Lumiere cinema, including: the administration of box ofﬁce returns, invoices, general paperwork and visitor comments; coordinating and monitoring the monthly publicity schedule (listings, distribution, mailshots, website); researching and implementing cost effective opportunities for audience development; facilitating a ﬂow of information to all involved in the project, including chairing a monthly meeting, producing minutes, and following up on action points; supporting the Cinema Director on programming ideas; and monitoring
Educated to at least Higher Grade, you will be a self-starter with an enthusiasm for cinema, excellent project management and communication skills and creativity in marketing and audience development. You will be familiar with IT, including Word and Excel.
Further information and an application form, to be completed and returned by Friday 14 April 2000, may be obtained by calling in person at the Royal Museum's Information Desk, or by telephoning 0131-247 4094 (answerphone). Please state clearly the post you are applying for and quote the relevant reference number.
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Front of House Manager Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline 36 hrs/wk
A highly motivated individual is sought to assist in meeting the challenge of developing Carnegie Hall’s programme to ensure its continued success into the 2|st Century. You will be responsible for assisting in running the venue and the marketing of performances.
Experience and/or qualifications in venue management and arts marketing, an outgoing personality and the ability to work as part of a team are essential. This is an ideal opportunity fOr someone with a strong interest in the performing arts who enjoys working in a creative and dynamic environment.
Hours of duty will include weekends and evenings.
Contact: Human Resources Service, 5/7 Comely Park, Dunfermline, Fife, KY12 7HU. Tel. No. (0l383) 313758 (24 hour answering service). Closing date: 14 April 2000.
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