Temporary for 3 Years Craigsfarm Campus, Livingston An exciting opportunity exists for an enthusiastic person to join West Lothian Council’s Arts and Cultural Services. As part of this dynamic team you will play a key role in the co-ordination and development of arts initiatives and facilities throughout the area as well as programming of Howden Park Centre, West Lothian Council’s principal arts venue. You should have a degree and a broad range of experience in Arts Development with proven experience in project management in the arts, in fund raising and working in partnership with other agencies.

A full clean driving licence, access to transport would be desirable and a willingness to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends is essential.

VOLUNTARY ARTS DEVELOPMENT CO-OROINATOR £18,878 - £20,897 Temporary for 3 Years Ref: 155.14

Ref: 155.6

Drake Scotland offers excellent musical and technical resources for fa ke people with disabilities to access

"Wm "°‘°°' creative music making and education-

l‘lusician I 'I'utcr

Initially 3 days per week

We require a new team member. based in west Central Scotland, with knowledge of using music technology.

to run workshops with people with disabilities.

Salary £l7,000 p/a (pro rata)

For application pack phone 0I3| 444 2608

or email: WWW Deadline for applications: Friday 30th August 2002


Craigsfarm Campus, Livingston chamber

This unique opportunity is jointly funded by West Lothian Council and the Scottish Arts Council National Lottery Local Authority Partnership Scheme.

Working as part of Arts and Cultural Services you will support and develop the voluntary arts sector in West Lothian.

The Co-ordinator will initiate a range of development programmes and projects using the results of a market research project conducted in Feb/March 2002. Working with various groups within the sector, the Co-ordinator will devise and deliver a plan for short, mid and long term developments to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the voluntary arts organisations across the district.

You should have significant experience and knowledge of arts development, a good working knowledge and practical experience of the voluntary arts sector. You will also requires experience and knowledge of project management, research, fund raising, establishing and maintaining administrative and financial systems, marketing and audience development, and the ability to communicate and work with a wide range of individuals and groups.

A full current driving licence, access to transport would be desirable and a willingness to work flexible

Orchestra \.

Scotland’s international orchestra, based in Edinburgh, seeks to appoint a

MARKETING OFFICER (Print & Publications)

You will be responsibleforallareas ofprint production and distribution as well as having the opportunity to work as part of the team across all areas of marketing activity. You will be well organised with excellent communication skills, IT literate

and have a knowledge of the design and print process.

Salary: £13-£14k

hours including evenings and weekends is essential. Closing date for applications: 26 August 2002

For further details, please contact Margo Dunn

\“ Applications and further details available from: on 0131 418 8346 or email

The Recruitment Service, Lindsay House, South Bridge Street, Bathgate EH48 1TS. Tel: 01506 776054 (24 hour answer machine) or by email to recruitment©

Visit our website

I] Closing date: 30 August 2002.

\ West Lothian Q COuncfl

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra strives to be an equal opportunities ernployer.Charity N0. 5C015039.


National Museums of Scotland

Applications are invited for Facilitators for the Game On exhibition, to be held in the Royal Museum from 19 October 2002 until 3 February 2003.

These posts are casual contracts at a salary of £10,540 pa. (pro rata). Staff will work 5 days out of 7 on a rota basis.

Exhibition Facilitator

(4 posts)

This intemational exhibition will provide the public with an exciting opportunity to explore the history and culture of video games from 1962-2002, and to sample over 100 computer games. Facilitators will assist with

Committed to equal opportunities

Actors/actresses wanted for EGTG‘s modern dress production of Pygmulion.

Performances Edinburgh. Dee 3rd-7th. Big Brother meets Pop Idol meets Shaw. Auditions Sept 1st. Contact Ian Staples 0131 486 1209 (after 6pm) or mb 07866 840 014


The RIAS is the professional body in Scotland representing chartered architects.

Reporting to the Director of Communications the Communications Co-ordinator will help promote architects, architecture and the RIAS through media liaison, events, awards, website and publications. Other responsibilities include administering databases. composing press releases, monitoring press coverage and providing administrative support.

Passionate Fundraisers

Experience of Microsoft Office products is essential. Up to £400 per week the Smoom running Of m? eXhibmoni cam Proven experience in a PR or similar media related Excitin 0 onunity OUt general ma'ntenal‘cev and prOV'de h'gheSt role would be an advantage. A keen interest in Workingg tfifoughout' Quality CUStOmer SGN'CQ-

contemporary architecture is preferred but not essential. Application by CV should be made by Friday

30th August 2002 to Jem Fraser, Head of Education, National Museums of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh EH1 1JF.

Tel: 0131-247 4013. Interviews will be held in Edinburgh week commencing

23 September 2002.

Scotland in a team of 5, accommodation and transport provided,

raising funds on behalf

of major charities. All ages welcome. Immediate Start.

Contact Rory at Flow: 020 7939 9935

Contact Louise McLeod for a job description - Applications in writing enclosing CV to:

Louise McLeod

The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland 15 Rut/and Square, Edinburgh EH 1 2BE

01.31 229 7545

Closing date: Friday 23rd August

An Equal Opportunities Employer.

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