Press Officer Salary c. $214,500 - £15,500

We are seeking an ambitious and creative Press Officer to work on promoting the Edinburgh International Festival and its year round activities at The Hub. The successful applicant will be involved in all aspects of the department’s work; a minimum of two year’s experience of dealing with the media is essential, alongside marketing and sales promotions experience. Closing date for applications is 30 September, with interviews on 8/9 October.

Job pack and application details from Edinburgh International Festival, The Hub, Castlehill, Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH1 2NE. Tel 0131 473 2040, or email your name and address requesting pack to


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The Prince’s Trust - Scotland

The Prince's Trust Scotland supports socially and economically excluded young people aged 14-25 years to realise their full potential. In particular, we support young people in their move towards education, training and employment through a combination of research and development, influencing policy, programme delivery and intensive support.

Sessional Arts Workers Glasgow

The Prince's Trust is promoting integration through organising and delivering a range of its programmes in Sighthill, Glasgow and is looking to recruit Sessional Arts Workers from various artistic disciplines.

The aim of this project is to engage young people from the asylum seeker / refugee communities and the indigenous community to develop an understanding of each other‘s cultures through participating in artistic diversity.

Experience in community arts projects and an understanding of issues affecting asylum seekers / refugees is essential.

Workshop hourly rate £15

The post is supported by the Diana fund. Closing Date: 26 September 2002; Interview Date: 2nd October 2002

Artists are invited to submit their C.V. to:

Lily Reilly, Arts Project Worker The Prince's Trust Scotland. lst Floor, The Guildhall,

57 Queen Street.

Glasgow, G1 BEN

Telephone: 07919 221444

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The Fruitmarket Gallery. one of Scotland's lead- ing venues for contemporary art. seeks to appoint highly motivated and experienced individuals to the following key posts:

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Development Manager

Salary scale 219,000—225,000

Responsible for management of the gallery's ambitious annual fundraising plan, and overseeing marketing actiVity. Must have proven track record of raising funds from trusts and foundations. government and corporate sector. and at least three years experi- once at a similar level within an arts organisation. Sound organisa- tional abilities and excellent verbal, written and presentation skills; essential. Knowledge of contemporary art and familiarity With Quark XPress an advantage.

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Education Manager

Salary scale £16,000—L‘21,000

Responsible for programming, coordinating and fundraisnig for the gallery's dynamic education and interpretation prograiiiiiio. Highly articulate, imaginative and energetic indiVidual required. with sound knowledge of contemporary art and the ability to com- municate at all levels. Excellent written skills and at least two years experience within an equivalent role essential.

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