Recruitment Classified

Production Assistant

The List has a vacancy for a production assistant for our Edinburgh office. We are looking for someone with excellent keyboard skills, an eye for detail and a good working knowledge of QuarkXpress. Working to tight deadlines, being thorough, accurate and efficient are essential qualities. Knowledge of Illustrator, FreeHand and Photoshop would be an advantage.

This is a full time post initially for a three month period to cover maternity leave but may have possibility to extend. Flexibility is required with occasional Saturday or evening work to help at busy periods. The job will involve varied responsibilities helping with other aspects of the magazine as well as production work. Salary according to experience.

Please apply in writing with CV stating Mac operating experience and other relevant details.

Write to:

Simon Armin

Production Manager

The List,

14 High Street,

Edinburgh EH1 1TE

or email:

Deadline: Friday let September 2001

BREAKS AND OPPORTUNITIES Could you be a FRIENI) to an adult who has a

learning disability and include them in some of

the people. places and pastimes you enjoy? It‘ you also have a few hours to spare at least once a fortnight then you might be an ideal person to volunteer to become a Befriender. We are also looking for people who may have a spare room which they can offer on a regular basis to an adult which will give them and their family a bit of a break. Training. support and allowances are given to both BEFRIENI)ERS and SHORT-TERM CARERS.



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Social Work


Scotland's leading vocal ensemble seeks

part-time administrator

Edinburgh-based, experience in arts admin. and accounting essential.

For further details and job description please ring Ben on

0131 228 3410

or e-mail:


Temporary Project Co-ordinator Out of the Dark - West Fife £|8378 - £20397 pro rata - l2 hrs/wk

‘Out of the Dark' is a drama-based project for people aged 50+ with mental health problems.This project will provide opportunities for clients to (re)discover their creativity and provide expressive arts training opportunities for care staff.

You will co-ordinate the management and delivery of the project. Duties include liaising with relevant services and agencies to make the necessary arrangements for running short term and community projects, ensuring the training needs of participants and sessional arts workers are met, assisting the Arts Co-ordinator in developing appropriate monitoring and evaluation procedures and assisting in the recruitment of sessional arts workers.

You should have a degree or equivalent experience

in a relevant arts qualification and be a good communicator with strong interpersonal skills. Experience in project management and training delivery and an understanding of arts in health care and drama or other arts skills are essential.

The post is temporary until August 2004.

For an informal discussion call Lesley O'Hare, Arts Co-ordinator on 0|383 3 l4! l8.

Ref: CS/958/T L Contact: Community Services, Music Institute, East Port, Dunfermline, KY|2 'IjA, telephone: 0|383 3 l4|92 (24 hour answering service) Closing date: 2| September 200I

We are striving towards equality of opportunity and will consider all applicants fairly and on merit

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Sense Scotland’s expanding arts development programme seeks a dynamic person to join their existing arts team, based in Glasgow.


37hrs: (815,212—215,657) Ref :DT/GL

You will be responsible for the design and deliv- ery of drama workshops and activities accessi- ble for all clients using our services, appropri- ate to individual needs. It is essential that you have a proven track record in designing and implementing drama sessions for both groups and individuals, and of making opportunities accessible to people with a range of needs. A current driving licence is essential. A profes~ sional qualification in a relevant discipline is desirable. This post will be supported and funded for one year. Application packs from:

Sense Scotland, 45 Finnieston St, Glasgow, G3 8JU Tel: 0141 564 2444 Text: 564 2442 Fax: 564 2443 email: recruitment@sensescotlandorguk Closing Date: Thursday 20th September 2001 We welcome applications from all sections of the community

1 I 1| u Citizens Theatre requires customer focused

Front of House Assistants

to ensure events run

smoothly & effectively. Bar positions also available.

Application by /etter & CV to: Front of House Supervisor Citizens Theatre 119 Gorbals Street Glasgow G5 9DS

To organise hopelessly chootic directors and office.


Fun and stress, long hours, low wages. You will need to be computer literate and well organised. Other regular roles include running computer ticketing system, data base and general office duties. Experience of live events useful.

Salary negotiable.

Covering letter and cv to Box No. J/423/‘l, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 ‘ITE

Available in Leith

Light and airy self-contained spaces for rent.

Wood floor.

Suit dance studios. Artist studios. Reasonably priced. More details? Please contact Symon:

0793 2120 624



We currently have vacancies for the following: FULL-TIME BOOKSELLER (COMPUTER SECTION)


If you are over 18 and enjoy a fun working environment, phone Alice on 0131 657 4041 for

more information.