Community Services Department Community Resources Division

Qualified Professional Ceramic Artist

Year of the Artist Caravan Project £3,000 fee for 6 month period

The artist will involve local communities and individuals via a workshop programme and will develop his/her own work in progress in the context of the residency. The artist will work for 20 hours per week, of which 16 hours should be spent ‘on site' within the caravan. The period of residency is from 2 October 2000 to 23 February 2001.

Experience of leading workshops for children and community groups and a driving licence are essential. Rehab excepted. Ref: NLC/CS/CR/042

Application forms and further particulars are available from: Community Services Department, Personnel Services, Buchanan Tower, Buchanan Business Park, Stepps, Glasgow 633 6HR, tel. 0141 304 1914. Closing Date: Friday, 4 August 2000.


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Wacky, energetic people with a sense of humour required for hectic new advertising company.

PR, sales and maketing and trainee management.

Offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Experience not essential.

Call Ken on 0131 555 2444 or 554 4378

The Audience Business

Administrator £ I 3,500

Starting l5 Sept. - Edinburgh

Scotland’s only audience development agency is looking for an experienced and dynamic administrator with a minimum of 2 years experience, possibly in the arts.

You will be responsible for all company’s finances (Sage based), lT co-ordination (incl. web site) and general office administration.You will report to and work with the Chief Executive. Computer literacy essential (Microsoft Office).

The position will be offered as an initial 6-month contract but should become permanent in April 200i. Application deadline: 4 August For an application form, please call 0/3/ 622 8/ 00

Project funded by City of Edinburgh Council and and SAC Lottery Fund

102 THE llST 20 Jul—3 Aug 2000

Your Chance to Report trom the Fringe

Media Iiducation in association with Edinburgh University‘s Centre for Continuing Education are running a course in Radio Reporting during this year's Fringe. Students will learn how to use state of the art recording and editing technology to produce fast moving radio inserts which will be broadcast on local radio stations across Britain.

You will review shows and interview performers, directors,

behind the scenes staff and people on the street; with the world’s biggest art festival as a backdrop.

The course runs from 5th - I 1th August 2000.

No previous experience required. Book now. Places are limited. l-‘ee - £255. University maybe able to help with the payment of fees.

For further information or to book a place, please call Ursula Michels on 0131 650 3073.

Administrator Assnstant to Director


Unique opportunity to ioin Scotland's leading event organisers as

Administrator/Assistant to Director. You must be well organised, efficient, able to work on your own initiative, 0 good communicator, flexible, computer literate with good keyboard skills. And calm. Previous experience in an arts administrative role is desirable although not essential. Occasional unsociable hours. * Starting early to mid September. Salary negotiable. SEND YOUR LETTER AND CV TO: Georgia Macleod, Unique Events Ltd, 17-23 Calton Rd, Edinburgh,

EH8 8DL. Applications to arrive no later than 3/8/2000. J

Lemon Tree Bar and Catering Ltd, Aberdeen seeks


Salary circa £16,000 (40 hours daytime)

After eight successful years in post Mustapha Lagrichi is leaving us to set up his own business, and we are seeking a worthy successor to continue to manage the kitchen and to develop the high standards at lunchtime catering and occasional corporate buffets for which The Lemon Tree is recognised.

For full application pack (no agencies/CV) Telephone: 01224 647999 Fax: 01224 630888 Email: recruit@| Closing date: Wednesday 2 August 2000.

Scotland's First international Events Company



Good all round Bookkeeping skils. Must be proficiert 'n Sage L50 and be capable oftair'ng accourts to trial baimce, financial reporting, Management Reports, VAT Retum etc. Flexible attitude to workhg hairs and enthusiastic approach essential.


U2 is also interested to receive CVs from potential Project Managers aid Assistarts to work on fume U2 events. For more irformation on

UZ see 1mm tgeventscom.

Invite applications for the following posts

Apply in writhg iiv'th CV to: Marie Clristie, UZ Everts, 40A Higi St Glasgow, G1 1NL Clos'ng date Tuesday 25" Juty.

Project Ability

We are seeking to appoint an artist for the post of Co-ordinator for the 'l‘mngate Studios, our studio provision for people with long-term mental health problems.

For an application pack send an A4 s.a.e. to:

Project Ability, 18 Albion St, Glasgow GI 11.”.

The closing date for applications is 28.1111):


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Office Manager

Experienced individual reqwred by international film training initiative. Must possess excellent administrative, keyboard, computer and communication skills. A knowledge of UK film industries desirable.

If you enyoy working in a busy, flexible environment please apply with CV by Friday 28 juiy to the Managing Director, Moonstone International, 67 George Street, Edinburgh EHZ ZjC.

General Manager of Edinburgh's King’s

and Festival Theatres seeks Assistant.

Do you combine excellent

se< retarial and IT skills With a love of the arts plus a sense of humour? This lab, apart from the everyday bits, offers some creative opportunities in a busy envrronment full of surprises and pleasures.

For a lob desr ription telephone Hazel Moore on 0131 662 l l 12 or e-mail hazelmoore®eft<ouk


Appixatnvrs in vsritirx; to Stephen Barn

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