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SCOTLAND 253 ARGYLE sr GLASGOW www.thearches.co.uk
(Ref. 5301) Marketing ASSiStant
. _ _ Required to join the busy Marketing Team Reporting to the Head of Education, your role Will be to develop an outreach programme
. . . .. ‘ ‘ .‘ . . assisting on press, public relations and general f which WI” extend the activmes ofthe NCS beyond the coﬁnes of its main sites. marketing activities. Applicants Should have an i
appreciation for marketing principles and disciplines, be very organised and able to j demonstrate good attention to detail. This is an excellent opportunity to start a Marketing Career.
Candidates must be educated to a degree level in an art-related subject and have experience of planning and managing projects in a community setting. Knowledge of policy in relation to social inclusion and lifelong learning is essential. Candidates should have a proven ability to research. apply and promote new methods of engaging with new audiences. Experience of writing and managing the production of publications is essential. as is an awareness
of the issues surrounding the integration of new technologies and an education.
Sponsorship Officer I Salary: £14,752 -£25,212
Required to assist the Development Officer in
i " d ‘ h' f th A h OUTREACH OFFICER (Ram 3222 $0912???“ii‘éc’lif’liclﬁd: 195284.13 ' potential corporate sponsors. negotiating
sponsorship agreements, implementing these and reaching cash and in—kind targets. Applicants will
_ . . . need to be excellent communicators and very ! Educated to a degree level in an art-related subject with experience of
d, _ , , . , , _| organised. They will have experience in . ! co—orinating pr0jectsinacommumty settingisessentia. fundraising and/or corporate Sponsorship. an i
Required to contribute to the development of the outreach programme by devising projects that address the govemment objectives of active citizenship. lifelong learning and social inclusion. Duties will also include researching, managing and evaluation these projects and liaising with community networks throughout Scotland.
Salary: £12,084-£I8,846 ability to think and work creatively and interact with a wide range of people. COMMUNITY EDUCATION OFFICER (Rascal , . For an application form please phone: ; Required to promote and develop the use of the NOS collections for all individuals and groups from the : community. You will contribute to the development of the Education policy. research and develop the potential 01 41 5 1 0 0 5 . i of the NOS collections as an educational resource and co—ordinate pilot projects. Candidates must be educated to a giving your name, address and stating t degree level in an art-related subject with a thorough knowledge of the NOS collections and of current issues and : which position you are interested in
legislation in all community and local authority settings. . . Salary; £12,034- £18,846 alternatively email §
| The National Galleries of Scotland offers a non-contributory pension scheme. \ j l For further information and an application form please telephone 0/31 624 6282
(answerphone) or e-mail ApplicationF@natgalscot.ac.uk stating you name and address, ‘
and the appropriate reference number and job title. O RA
Closing date for applications is 3rd September, 2001 PRESS MANAGER
An equal opportunities employer 3
Making Art available to the widest possible public To cover maternity jeave from end September 2001 (minimum 10 months).
Scottish Opera Theatre Royal seeks an experienced Press
at . . : Manager. ResponSible to the Head of Marketing and : Press, he/she will devise and manage all Press and PR . campaigns for both Scottish Opera and the Theatre Royal. I A licants should be able to demonstrate extensive ex eri- : . One of Glasgow's major theatres. the Theatre Royal is owned I [ice in both Arts and C r rate media mana ememgs i and operated by Scottish Opera. As part of a staff restructure H d t d9 po f m S n. h n9 _ g in the theatre’s Box Office we require the following i We as an “" ers 3” mg 0 9 C0 '3 a 3 Scene' ; ; chatline operators PART-TIME BOX OFFICE to talk to our male SALES STAFF Closing date for applications is Friday 24 August 2001. : ; callers throughout Interviews will be held week commencing the UK. The post holders will provide critical direct contact with the Monday 10 September 2001. l I _an:e:t]:::3;a': aUdi9”C33'tpjoﬁi‘imglpem'maKe atnd' Vgrggs Fora job description, please send a SAE to: . ' r ' " carrym 0“ 'C e 33 95 0” ‘3 ea '95 An ela Murie. Human Resources Mana er, Wer from mime system. Accurate fina'rlicbial and administrative reporting I gcomsh Opera. 39 Ejmbank Crescent? ‘ an earn up 0 WI e requued. Glasgow 62 4PT , £9/hr.24hours. . -‘ - a. .. Applications by letter and CV should be submitted, Scottish Opera strives to be an equal opportunities employer no later than Wednesday 29 August 2001 to and is subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council. i To hear more Box Office Manager, Theatre Royal, 282 Hope Street, information tel: Glasgow G2 30A. 0207 447 4399 Scottish Opera Theatre Royal strives to be an equal opportunities employer and is subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council.
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