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Development Officer [Classical Music) : c.£15.000 pa
Information Assistant : c.£10.000pa
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SSW: International Residency Centre Office Manager
Scottish Sculpture Workshop (SSW) is looking for an experienced individual with excellent administrative skills who will be responsible for the efficient running of the office of this international residency centre for artists.
30 Hours Per Week (flexible) £15,000 pro rata. Deadline 11 July 2003
For further information: SSW, 1 Main Street. Lumsden, Aberdeenshire A854 4JN
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The Network of Youth Theatres throughout Scotland invites applications for the post of
Applicants should be an enthusiastic arts administrator and interested in youth theatre.
Appointment will be initially on a nine-month contract (Salary c.£20.000 per annum pro rata)
For an application pack contact Claire on O I 224-647999. ext. 228.
Closing date: Friday l8th July.
ART IN HOSPITAL
Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice "
Arts in Palliative Care
Following a successful pilot project. funding has been secured for a two year programme ofCreative interventions in palliative care at the Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow. The project will aim to establish. through a sustained programme of visual arts. creative writing and access to Glasgow's Cultural 82 Leisure Services. a model of good practice for the arts in palliative care. Artist Co-ordinator 2 year contract — 4 days per week. Scale £17,250 — [20,000 (pro-rata)
We are looking for a visual artist With several years experience of working in a healthcare or community setting. This post wnll requne the artist to combine reflective artistic practice with strong organisational and management abilities and excellent interpersonal skills. The co-ordinator will be responsible for the Organisation and delivery ofthe project. supported by the Art in Hospital management team. Artist Practitioner 2 year contract — 3 days per week. Scale [14,000 — £15,250 (pro-rata)
The artist practitioner should also be an experienced practising Visual artist who will work alongside the coordinator to provide a programme ofartistic interventions in a palliative care setting.
Creative Writers — 2 projects — fee £2,000 each
There will be two fixed period residencies. during which a writer in reSidence will enable. encourage and support hospice patients to express themselves using creative writing. Writers With experience
of working in a community or healthcare setting are invited to apply.
For an application pack please contact Art in HOSpital, 129 Holehouse Drive. Glasgow 613 3T6. Closing date for applications is 24 July 2003. If you would like more information. please
telephone 0141 211 9031.
Scottish Arts Council
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Watched Eastenders? Nothing much really?
If you can spare a couple of hours once a week. during the evening or at the weekend. then Big Brothers & Sisters needs you...
We provide adult volunteer mentors to children aged 6 to 16 from lone parent families. Being a Big Brother or Sister is about being a mate. having a laugh. doing everyday things like playing Nintendo; visiting galleries; learning a new sport or just having a chat. Mentoring is a really simple but effective concept and can make a huge difference to a young person's life.
At present we are particularly short of male mentors - though we welcome applications from anyone. Visit our website
www.mentors.org.uk or contact:
Glasgow: Amanda Kaple 0141 424 3323 Edinburgh: Pegs Bailey 0131 556 2636
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