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INTER-ACT requires a DIRECT OR/FACILITATOR
For a schools based Theatre in Education tour in February/March 2003.
Must have experience in interactive drama and direction. Rehearsals will be based in Stirling and the resulting tour will be non-residential and visit schools in Central Scotland.
Please send an up to date CV and letter of application to Tom Houston, INTER-AC1; 9 Gladstone Place, Stirling, FK8 2NN by lst November.
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Edinburgh Youth Gaitherin
Temporary P/T Development Worker 'l‘he li\'(i is seeking a worker to organise and be responsible for the development of a -t day seots music tuition workshop for 9-18 year olds. To be held liaster .lellﬁ.
lﬁl) hours (an additional .25 hours depending on extra funding) llourlv rate: up to .‘thi-iB depending on qualifications.
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EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE FESTIVAL
Temporary contract: December 2002 — April 2003 Salary range 218.000 - £20,000 pro rata
We are looking for an experienced and energetic event manager to join the Festival team to take over from our Festival Manager who is touring the world! You will need at least 2—3 years related experience and be able to ensure we deliver a great event in April 2003.
Forjob description contact: mathilda®scifest.demon.co.uk or call Mathilda on 0131 2201882.
CLOSING DATE 28TH OCTOBER.
Community Arts Workers
Paisley Arts Centre is putting together a Winter Arts School from January through to April 2003. We are currently seeking tO recruit experienced Arts Outreach Workers with ideas for arts classes/projects. We have previously worked with video, digital imaging, web design, visual arts, pottery. drama. photography - and we're open tO new art forms. The classes will take place at Paisley Arts Centre, Paisley Town Hall and throughout Renfrewshire and will be for all ages.
If you're interested please drop us a line with an outline Of your idea and a brief CV with two professional refer- ees by Monday 28 October 2002. Or phone John Harding or Andy Lindsay for an informal chat about the project.
Paisley Arts Centre, New Street, Paisley, PAI IEZ Tel: 0I4| 887 I007 Fax: 0|4l 840 I779 Email email@example.com
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(Ilosing date for applieations: 7th November 2002.
Interview date: 181h November 2002.
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West Lothian College provides an extensive range of vocational education and training to local employers. inward investors and individuals in the community. Following the College's move to a new purpose built campus in Livingston. we now offer an excellent opportunity to contribute to the College as well as the local community. in a challenging period of expansion and change.
Salary: £15,000 per year (Fixed term tor 1 year)
An opportunity has arisen for a dynamic and flexible person to create. promote and support an increased awareness of literature and literacy within the West Lothian area. This fellowship is an award for one year of £15,000.
The post is supported by the Scottish Arts Council and Consignia The writer will spend 50% of the time on his/her own work and 50% of the time working with communities in the West Lothian area.
The postholder will be a writer with a proven track record in publication. experience of working with various groups of people of varying ability and interest and a committed advocate of the worth of writing. literature and literacy.
To arrange an informal discussion. please contact Rob McDermott. Group Manager (Core Skills) on 01506 427546 or RMcdermotttﬁwest-lothian.ac.uk. For an information and application pack. please contact:
Human Resource Management,
West Lothian College
Livingston EH54 7EP
Tel: 01506 418181
Fax: 01506 427777
Closing date for applications: Friday, tst November, 2002