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A new edition of The List’s best-selling annual Eating & Drinking Guide will be published in April 2002 and we are looking for people to join our team who research and review restaurants in Edinburgh, Glasgow and the surrounding areas.
Yes, we mean what we say, we pay you to eat out. But it’s harder work than you might think.
You will need to have a flair for sharp concise prose, be thorough and accurate in conducting detailed research, be able to write knowledgeably on food and drink and be familiar with the restaurant scene
in central Scotland. You will also need to have access to email and the web, be computer literate and be available to work to tight deadlines in January, February and early March 2002. All work is on a freelance basis.
If you think you can help make next year’s Guide the best yet, please write with:
0 a brief CV highlighting relevant experience
0 sample reviews of two restaurants in Edinburgh or Glasgow you have visited recently, written in the style of The List’s Eating & Drinking Guide 2001, and of no more than 200 words each.
Applications should be sent to:
Eating & Drinking Guide 2002 The List,
14 High Street,
The final date for receipt of applications is Wednesday 74 November.
Community Services Wang . 0’ Musrc Development “ﬂ Officer 5 Co“0
Ref COMS 218 Fixed Term for 2 years £16,173 - £17,796
We have recently completed the first year of Sound Tracks! our ambitious 3-year music development programme and we are now seeking to appoint a highly motivated individual to deliver the next phase of the project.
Preferably educated to degree level you will be a musician or will have worked extensively with musicians. You will need excellent communication and project management skills to deliver a programme of residencies, a New Music Fellowship, workshops. seminars and master-classes in two musical areas: Traditional and Contemporary. You will be familiar with social inclusion principles and will have a working knowledge of developing projects with a wide range of age and interest groups in the community.
The post is full-time for 2-years. Applications on a job-share or freelance basis will be considered.
Interviews will be on Wednesday 28 November 2001.
Recruitment packs are available from Anne Watson, Heritage 8. Cultural Services, Community Services, Stirling Council, Room 034, Viewforth, Stirling FK8 2ET, Tel: 01786 443141,
Closing Date: 9 November 2001.
To find out more about living and working in ‘ Stirling visit our website www.stirling.gov.uk may?
8 Comedy Writers Wanted! ‘
to develop new comedy show for BBC Scotland
Are you a comedy writer? Think you could be? Send your CV and a max 2 page (A4) comedy biography showing your comedy writing skills to:
COMEDY WRITERS, PO BOX 25228 GLASGOW G3 6WT DEADLINE: FRI 23 NOV 2001
Applicants must be available for writing session in Glasgow January 7 - 18 2002. Writers selected will be paid a fee plus
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travel and expenses.
Cineworks Manager 44 £16,000 PerAnnum Full Time '- W 4
GMAC Ltd. is looking for a Manager for the Cineworks Short Film Production scheme initially for six months from December 2001 - June 2002
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years experience in film production and must be interested in developing new talent. The candidate must be a highly motivated individual with excellent editorial. communication and organisational skills. The post will involve overseeing the production of the presently commissioned films on budgets of £10,000- £15,000 and for organising the Training and Development Programme (March—June). securing finance and acting as Development Executive for the short-listed films.
The Glasgow Media Access Centre is an open access facility with a membership of 450 students. freelancers. unemployed. professionals. companies and community groups. GMAC runs three short film schemes (Cineworks. DigiCult and Little Pictures) and offers regular training courses. equipment and studio hire. and produces its own broadcast commissions and corporate and community videos. GMAC also offers New Deal and trainee placements. Cineworks has been running for three years and delivers six short films per year to Scottish Screen and the Film Council for exhibition at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and on BBC Scotland.
For a job description and application details please contact: Mr. Ian Reid, Director,
GMAC Ltd. 3rd floor, 34 Albion Street, Glasgow, G1 1LH
0141 553 2620
The deadline for applications is November 16th.
DO YOU BELIEVE Illl SANTA?
We’re looking for an engaging individual to captivate our audience of 3-10 year olds in our Christmas Grotto, with stories of Santa’s adventures. Costume & story provided. Thurs—Sun each week in December.
Call Elaine Campbell on 0131 550 7800 for further information. Closing date: Friday 9th November.
Performers wanted ‘ Edinburgh International Science Festival IS recruiting 20 — 30 performers for shows and workshop from January to April. " Are you lively, energetic, good with kids and naturally outgoing? Training given, some knowledge of science is preferable. - - Shows involve a lot of physical drama. Driving desirable. “‘0'” Must be based in Glasgow or Edinburgh.
Application form and information contact Mathilda Robertson 0131 S30 2001/fax 0131 S30 2002 mathilda .zscifestdemoncouk. or send a (V to Edinburgh International Science Festival, Roxburghs Court,
off 323 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1Pw
Closing date: Monday 26th November - Interviews held the following 2 weeks.
Would you like to be trained as a
fundraiser and make a difference?
We are looking for individuals with good communication skills who care about and would like to raise money for charities. Last year Personal Fundaising Partnership raised support worth £270 million for good causes.
00 you feel you could join our teams of fundraisers to talk to people in public places about supporting charitable work? If so. we‘d like to hear from you!
No experience is necessary - full training is provided. (We'd like to encourage those aged 25-75. however all ages are very welcome). £6.00ph to start rising to £7.70ph.
Please call 0141 204 5266 10am to 8pm Mon - Fri, 10am to 7pm Weekends.
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