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Craigsfarrn Campus, Livingston

MARKETING OFFICER £18,878 - £20,897 Ref: 160.14

We require an experienced marketing professional to successfully plan and implement effective marketing and audience development strategies for events and activities co-ordinated by Arts and Cultural Services. You will contribute significantly to the strategic development of Howden Park Centre as West Lothian’s principal arts venue. You should have a degree with an appropriate marketing qualification and at least two years experience of marketing within an arts environment with the ability to develop a marketing strategy and experience of leading marketing campaigns.

A full current driving licence and access to transport would be desirable and a willingness to work flexible hours is essential.

CULTURAL CO-OROINATORS Part time, Temporary - £16,673 - £17,207 Ref: 160.35

Four posts for 2 days have been part funded by the Scottish Arts Council for a fixed term of two years These part-time positions are available for a minimum of 14.5 hours per week. Salary will be paid on a pro rata basis.

We require a team of part-time Cultural Co-ordinators to assist the Arts Education Co-ordinator develop and implement an effective Arts in Education Strategy for schools in West Lothian. The Cultural Co-ordinators will help to develop a programme of arts based projects for schools and will provide a direct link between the Arts Education Coordinator and schools.

You will have a degree or equivalent qualification in an arts-related field, a knowledge of a wide range of art forms and experience of delivering arts programmes for children and young people.

A willingness to work a flexible work pattern and ability to provide access to own transport is desirable.

Applications and further details available from:

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

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Closing date: 29 November 2002.

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A new edition of The List's best-selling annual Eating & Drinking Guide will be published in April 2003. We are now looking for writers with a knowledge of the food and drink scene to join our team which reviews restaurants in Glasgow, Edinburgh and the surrounding areas.

We’re often told that this must be the ideal job, but it is harder work than you might think.

You will need to have a flair for sharp, concise prose,

and be thorough and accurate in conducting detailed research. You should be able to write knowledgeably

on food and drink and be familiar with the restaurant

scene in Glasgow or Edinburgh. You will also need to have access to email and the web, be computer literate and be available to submit work to tight deadlines in

January, February and early March 2002.

All reviewing is on a freelance basis, and can normally be fitted around separate full-time work or study.

To apply to work on next year’s Eating & Drinking Guide, please write with:

0 a brief CV highlighting relevant experience

0 sample reviews of two restaurants in Edinburgh or Glasgow you have visited recently, written in the style of the reviews found in The List’s Eating & Drinking Guide 2002, and of no more than 200 words each.

Applications shou/d be sent to: The Editors

Eating & Drinking Guide 2003 The List Ltd, 14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1TE


Deadline: Friday 22 November 2002




Can you charm the birds out of the trees and audiences off their sofas? Can you write killer copy? Can you plan a campaign like a Field Marshal? Can you achieve great things daily? Could you produce a better ad than this? Could you be the one for us?

Borderline Theatre want to appoint a Marketing Manager. The usual marketing, PR and sponsorship support stuff applies so we won’t waste valuable space here with it. Suffice to say you need to have at least 18 months marketing & PR experience. ability, talent, ideas, driving licence, a sense of humour and a sense of adventure.

Salary: 217,000-219,000 Fixed term contract until March 2004 with possibility of extension

For further details and an application form don’t phone, don‘t email but do write to:

Borderline Theatre

North Harbour Street ,2: “$41 Ayr KA8 8AA \‘r,

\‘i 1‘; Closing date: Friday 29th November at 5pm 4"}

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Public Sculpture Commission ‘. ' 3% Dalmellington, East Ayrshire "51‘

East Ayrshire Social Inclusion Partnership is inviting artists to submit ideas for a public artwork for the village of Dalmellington. The finished work will celebrate the coalmining history of the area and the active community of Dalmellington. An important part of the design of the work will be community involvement.

Fee for this initial design stage is £4,500.

Full copies of the brief are available from:

Dave Donaldson, Secretary, The Dalmellington Partnership, BTTC, Main Street, Dalmellington, KA6 7QL. 01290 428356. email dave.dona|

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Dance Base National Centre for Dance

seeks a full time Box Office Receptionist c to work in our award winning dance studios. Experience of Databox would be an advantage.

For further information please send an A4 sae to:

Vicky Rutherford

Dance Base National Centre for Dance l4-l6 Grassmarket

Edinburgh EHI ZJU

or email: Closing date for applications Friday 29 November

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