We are looking for energetic and enthusiastic people

The List takes to the streets throughout August bringing the latest issues direct to Fringe goers at venues across the city centre. We are offering a guaranteed basic payment plus generous commission.

If you’ve got what it takes, please contact us giving a daytime telephone number:

or email to: staff®list.c0.uk

Festival Sales Team, The List,

14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1TB

to join our direct sales team for the Edinburgh Festival.


Borderline Theatre Company are expanding


Borderline Theatre. one of Scotland's leading tauring theatre companies are expanding their Education & Outreach work and are looking for talented individuals to help execute this expansion.


You wrll work with a variety of client groups including primary, nursery and seCOndary schools. Community groups and youth theatres thrOugh a variety of drama projects funded by the National Lottery and Local Authorities.

Creating, developing, implementing and evaluating drama projects will be as eaSy as breathing to yOu. You will be an expe- rienced, qualified. enthusiastic team player looking to take up a challenging, rewarding and fun post in a great working environment.


You will be an extraordinary individual totally committed to making theatre and drama as accessible as possible to as many people as possible. You will have the experience and the ability to continue to develop, implement and contribute to Borderline's audience development programme, youth theatres. young persons towing productions and main house t0uring productions funded th0ugh National Lottery New Directions and SOuth Ayrshire COunCil. You will be an enthusiastic, organised. connected team player who is willing to take on one of the best jobs in Scottish Theatre.


For further details and an application form please send an A4 SAE (no details sent out wrth0ut this) stating which post you are interested in to:

Borderline Theatre, North Harbour Street, Ayr KA8 8AA Closing date: Saturday 15th July

90 THE LIST 6—20 Jul 2000

The following artists are required for freelance contracts beginning early September 2000 to ending late March 2001.

Drama Worker - Young People

Duration 2.5 days per week for 24 weeks

A drama professional with at least two years experience of developing and delivering high quality projects with young people. In collaboration with a dance artist, the contract holder will work with 10 to 13 year olds within schools, exploring the art form roots of pantomime.

Dance Artist - Young People Duration 2.5 days per week for 24 weeks

A dance professional with at least two years experience of devel0ping and delivering high quality projects with young people. In collaboration with a drama artist, the contract holder with work with 10 to 13 year olds within schools, exploring the art form roots of pantomime.

Drama Worker - Adults with Disabilities

Duration 2.5 days per week for 28 weeks

A drama professional with a strong track record of working creatively with adults with learn- ing and physical disabilities. Based in established day and residential centres, the contract holder will develop and deliver a programme of drama and movement in collaboration with

Fee £6,000

Fee £6,000

Fee £7,500

staff and resident artists.

Drama Worker - Drugs Related Issues

Fee £100 per day Duration part time from October 2000 to March 2001 A drama professional with least two years relevant experience in using the arts as a medium to raise awareness amongst young people of issues relating to the misuse of drugs.

The contract holder will work with a range of frontline agencies in developing and delivering workshops and small projects tailored to the needs of East Ayrshire.

Travel and preparation expenses will be paid in addition to fees. To obtain a contract description, or to enquire informally, contact Donna Chisholm, Arts and Cultural Development Officer on 01563 574916 Fax 01563 570624.

To apply please send a CV including referees with a letter of application to Arts and Cultural Development Officer, East Ayrshire Council, Dick Institute, Elmbank Avenue, Kilmarnock KA1 3BU.

Closing date Friday 21 July 2000.


Supported by The Coalfields _ Regeneration Trust East Ayn-‘th C: Cuba Norte g) ca 3 requires Trainee Assistant A

Dynamic, innovative, Edinburgh-based, young person's drug information service requires equally dynamic

people to volunteer for it's management committee.

Are you up for it? We are!

Contact Mike or Jane on 0131 220 3404 Fax: 0131 220 4446, email: crew@chilledout.c0.uk

Manager Part-time Bar Staff

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Commis Chef To join our fun-loving team Good rates of pay in good work- ing environment

Phone 0131 221 0499

PERSONAL ASSISTANT REQUIRED PA required to assist disabled man living in West End of Glasgow. Flexibility desired. Approx 10 hours (Mon-Fri), £5.10 per hour. Telephone 0141 334 7723.