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Education & Leisure Services
Community Radio Co-ordinator (Part Time) REF: ELS/L/20/04
£17,340 - £19,029 (pro rata at 17.5 hours per week)
(10% irregular hours plus weekend enhancement as appropriate)
Renfrewshire Arts seeks to appoint an experienced community arts worker to co-ordinate the FPR Community Radio project. The radio project offers local residents an opportunity to access training, learn new skills and to promote local events & news in the area. The project encourages the development of life and learning skills: confidence, articulacy and interpersonal skills.
Customer Service Manager
The King‘s 'l‘heatre must deliver the highest standards ol‘eustomer eare in order to establish and retain our audiences. Knowledge ol‘eustomei' eare. stoek control. training. health & safety. team management. good administration skills and the abilin to remain calm
in the midst ot'a ttrll house are essential qualities required ol‘this‘ position. .-\pplieations in writing with litll e\' to 'l'amsin McDowell. King‘s 'l'heatre. 297 Bath Street. Glasgow (i2 4IN. Closing date: 13th February 2004.
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Supported by the Renfrewshire Arts Team the co-ordinator will work with local residents. schools voluntary organisations and other agencies to plan and deliver two radio broadcasts per year and other associated projects and events. S/he will ensure the highest standards of care for participants, identify and manage sessional staff. manage budgets. apply for funding and monitor project outcomes.
Arts Trainee Post (minority ethnic)
£11,000 full time. one year fixed term contract with 3 month probationary period (note: 1 day per week is spent on personal/career development)
This is a people job requiring community art skills and candidates should have significant experience of working within a variety of community settings in a creative environment.
It is essential to be educated to HND level or have equivalent experience in community arts. It would be advantageous to have some technical knowledge of using studio/radio equipment. The successful applicant will be self motivated and flexible in relation to working hours. Experience in lecturing, community arts and a driving licence is desirable.
Stills is seeking an individual from a Minority Ethnic background to undertake a unique high quality working traineeship. The trainee will be a key team member and will receive training in all areas of Stills' activities and developments. They will have a specific focus on developing Stills“ ability to engage with a diverse range of audi- ences, participants and resource users.
For further discussion, please contact John Harding, Arts & Events Manager, Renfrewshire Council, Education and Leisure Services, Telephone 0141 887 1007.
For application packs and further information, please contact our Call Centre on 0141 840 3477 between the hours 9.00am and 8.00pm Monday to Friday or visit www.renfrewshire.gov.uk
The successful applicant will be flexible. organised. self motivated. a good team player, reliable and able to work under pressure.
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Calls Will be monitored and may be recorded for quality assurance Cockbum St. Edinburgh EH1 18? Closing date, Fri 20 Feb 2004
and training purposes. Closing date: 16 February 2004.
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Stills aims to be an equal opponunities employer. Reg'd charity no: SCO14136
Supported by the Scottish Arts Council and the City of Edinburgh Council
COMMERCIAL FUND RAISER
EDUCATION Scotland's leading Event Company, UZ LTD. is seeking a co-ORD|NATOR Commercial FundRaiser with a proven track record to join us YOUTH ARTS AND SOCIAL on a freelance basis. The company works nationally and EDUC THEATRE AND internationally to create strategic cultural events. Long term SIGNPOSTING CENTRE pr0jects include the Glasgow Art Fair. Big in Falkirk - Stage Management required MOFFAT DUMFRIESSHIRE Scotland's National Street Arts Festival and MusicWorks - pART ‘TEACHING/pART ' an International Cross Media Music Convention. Grid Iron are looking for stage management for their next show ADMIN 3 YEAR POST Outside the UK, UZ has produced events in Porto. New fierce — touring Scotland Spring 2004. Some technical knowledge £20 000 York. Sydney, Delhi. Sri Lanka and Johannesburg. would be an advantage. Contract dates: 29th March - 11th June REPLY. 01'683 $1861 :00: ITO/ﬁlmy contra.“ p'ease Send CV'S to Fiona Fraser' E-M'AIL: ehulle@ If you have a strong interest in the arts and are looking for a m ucnon anager‘ Gnd Iron' 85 EaSt Claremom Street blopenworld-Com challenge, then please submit your CV. along with a cover-
Edinb r h. EH7 4HU b 16th F . ~ . . . U 9 y ebmary post 5' Huue' A'ton House' ing letter telling us about yourself to Joyce Manning. UZ
Moffat. Dumfriesshire. DG109LB . Scottish post funded by Events Ltd. 40a High Street. Glasgow. G1 1NL.
The Community Fund Deadline: 13 February 2004
Grid Iron is an equal opponunities employer. Grid Iron is a member of the Scottish . national theatre community. Arts Counc'l
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