Craigsfann Campus, Livingston

£25,241 - £26,801 Ref No. 148.13 Established as part of the Scottish Arts Council’s Creative links programme, this new post offers the opportunity to work in collaboration with existing services to establish a vibrant, innovative and strategic arts education vision and to develop and implement an achievable and sustainable arts education strategy for West Lothian Council.

Working as part of Arts and Cultural Services based in Craigsfarm Campus, Livingston you will have a degree or equivalent in an arts related field and a qualification or experience in an education related field. You will also have extensive experience of leading and organising high profile local, regional or national projects and initiatives. Extensive knowledge of arts and education related policy development is also essential.

A full current driving licence is essential as this post involves travel throughout the area of the Council.


Craigsfann Campus Livingston £18,878 - £20,237

Ref No. 148.14

This exciting new post is jointly funded by West Lothian Council and the Scottish Arts Council

National Lottery.

Working as part of the Arts & Cultural Services you will develop opportunities in dance for children and young people in West Lothian through a programme of classes, workshops. performances and

special projects.

You should be suitably qualified and experienced Dance Artists who combine hands-on teaching ability

with first class administrative and project management skills.

A full current driving licence is essential and a willingness to work flexible hours including evenings and

weekends are essential.


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Catering, management and personnel experience necessary.

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Membership development. Part-time. weekday. evenings. Temporary or Permanent. Average £7.()()ph. For details. please send large SAli to: FMR Solutions, Carpet, Carlops, Penicuik, Midlothlan EH26 9NL or e-mail: fmr___solutions@

Theatre in Education Tours throughout the year. Baldy Bane theatre. May 27-31. Please mail ON. and photograph to 13 Carmen! Dr. Shawlands Glasgow, G41 3PP.


Scottish Opera Technical Department requires:


(Minimum 9 Month fixed term contract)

To provide CAD draughting support for Scottish Opera's scenic construction workshop. Applicants should be able to demonstrate CAD draughting ability (Autocad 2000/2002) to

City and Guilds level. A working knowledge of theatrical construction techniques would be an advantage but is not essential.

Closing date Thursday 16th May 2002. Interviews will be held in Glasgow week commencing 20th May. Please send a covering letter and CV to:

Steve Green Technical Director Scottish Opera Technical Centre. Edington Street Glasgow. G4 9RD.


(6 month fixed term contract)

To provide administrative support to the Technical Controller.

Technical Stage Manager and Lighting Manager. Applicants

should be IT literate and have an interest in Opera / Theatre. Experience of the performing arts desirable.

Closing date Thursday 16th May 2002. Interviews will be held in Glasgow week commencing 20th May. Please send a covering letter and CV to: Gary Sparkes. Technical Controller. Theatre Royal. Glasgow. G2 30A.

Scottish Opera strives to be an equal opportunities employer and rs subsidised by the Scottish Arts CaunCIl.


Scottish Opera is Scotland's national opera company. and one of Britain's largest arts organisations. presenting opera at all scales. Following recent changes within our Technical Department. Scottish Opera has new opportunities for energetic and well motivated stall. We require

TECHNICAL STAGE MANAGER (Ref. TSM)/TL1 Managing our team of Stage. flys and Props technicians. this is a key Technical Management post responsible for the co-ordination

of the combined operation of Scottish Opera and Theatre Royal Glasgow.


A key support role supervising activity on stage and assisting/deputising for the Technical Stage Manager.


Responsible for all aspects of rigging/flying for Scottish Opera on tour and Theatre Royal Glasgow.

For a full job description of either post. please send a SAE (quoting reference number) to: Angela Murie. Human Resources Manager. Scottish Opera. 39 Elmbank Crescent. Glasgow G2 4PT.

Applications sh0u|d be in writing with covering letter and CV. Closing date for applications is Tuesday 14 May 2002. Interviews will be held week commencing Monday 20 May 2002 in Glasgow.

Scott/sh Opera strives to be an equal opportunities Burp/over and is subs/disco by the Scottish Arts Council