Edinburgh's new £2.8m landmark arts centre has opened its doors and wishes to recruit the following staff to complement the existing team:

Administrator (Full- time)

salary £|4 - l6k p.a.

An experienced arts administrator is required to work with the Director and staff team to support the administrative, financial and business development of the new arts centre. You will have office management experience, excellent word processing, IT and communication skills and ideally experience of SAGE finance system. although training will be provided. Highly organised, versatile. and enthusiastic person required to join a dynamic arts centre team.

Front of House/ Ushers, Box Office, Theatre Technicians,

and Bar and Catering Staff

Staff required for part-time rota work to support a busy. diverse and exciting arts programme.

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Arts Council

for an application pack please contact:

North Edinburgh Arts Centre

IS a Pennywell Court

Edinburgh EH4 4TZ

Tel: 0|3| 3|5 2|5l

Fax:0l3| 332 252i


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Young, enthusiastic, individual required to take responsibility for reception and admin duties. Must be computer literate. Salary to be confirmed. Please send CV and photograph.

Runner/Assistant needed: Glasgow City Centre To help animation team on tight deadline television project. Duties include administration, scanning

Stonewall Youth Sectors for an . project on homophobic, - bullying.

actors are, -

images, helping out in various areas of production. Computer and media skills a bonus. Unsalaried position

- expenses paid only. Please Send CV.

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The List is looking for an enthusiastic, hard-working, persuasive and well- organised individual with real initiative and the ability to look after the distribution and circulation of the magazine.

You should have a thorough local knowledge of Glasgow and/or Edinburgh, a full driving licence, excellent administration skills and be familiar with MS Word & Excel packages. Previous retail sales experience would be an advantage.

Please apply in writing with covering letter & CV to:


The List, 14 High Street,

Edinburgh EH1 1TE

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Deadline: Monday 4 November 2002

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Facilities Manager £16,500 per annum 35 hours per week


Assistant (voluntary position)

3 days per week or New Deal Deadline for applications: Friday lst November Interview date: Tues 5th N0v Start date: Tues l2th N0v t.0|3l 220 l260 for further details and application form supported by SAC and CEC

Glasgow Media Access Centre (GMAC) requires an experienced technician to provide support and advice to a wide cross section of filmmakers and artists from amateurs to professionals.


Situated in the heart of Glasgow city centre. the Arches is Suntanrl s leading independent arts venue providing live lllciSlLZ. theatre. late night clubs and exhibitions


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‘J‘s’c: iecitiii‘e a T(3(fllll!(:;lll to join our learn provrcling technical support for events Within the building Applicants Will need relevant experience and good (zoninitiiticntion skills

Duty Manager (part time)

‘i’v’e azsu require an organised. responsible Duty Manager litili's ininl wnn communicates well and has experience in a siipeiwsciy role ill the arts or licensed premises

Bcitli ;)()Slil()l18 lllflllltlt: weekends and late evening work

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You will need to have an interest in digital video technologies and ideally have some knowledge of online editing. You should enjoy helping people to learn and be able to set up and run short practical training courses.

GMAC is a non-profit making resource which provides low-cost access to facilities, training and support. GMAC also operates the Cineworks and Digicult short film award schemes and produces community and corporate video projects.

Closing date for applications is 1st November 9009. C0“

Applications should be addressed to Ian Reid, and ‘\°\ng S S I C I - - - - - - ,5 Brief from: Tom Littlewood, Heritage and Cultural ervices, tiring ounci. :houéd bzt'nwrg'gg Drum] ema'l' ’2‘) JOb Descr'pt'on “f Viewforth, Stirring er 2ET. Email an e O ame y ca m8 US on 141 553 9690' Deadline: Applications to be received by 15th November 2002. 9"”;

To find out more about living and working in Stirling visit our website

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Creative spaces: A development project

The Raploch area of Stirling is undergoing major physical and social regeneration. Stirling Council is committed to commissioning artists to help create a visual and cultural environment of the highest quality that will enhance the identity of the area. We are establishing a project that will provide creative art and design opportunities through a long-term mentoring and creative skills development programme.

We are looking for companies/individuals with skills development/arts/creative background to test and develop the ambitions of Creative Spaces. The resulting work will act as a platform for further funding and project implementation.

Team Fees: £11,000 ex vat inc. expenses (Working period: Nov - March 2004)

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