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From full time roles to part time volunteer work, our jobs and opps pages highlight some of the industry’s most sought after positions- across multiple sectors, levels of experience and business structures. Look through them today and take the first step to a new start.


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Job: Actors and Community Artists wanted

Licketyspit is a specialist early years theatre company. Our work is child-centred and rights based. We produce theatre, immersive theatre and drama-led play experiences including early intervention programmes for 0-12’s in schools, community, arts and cultural spaces. We also specialise in inter-generational drama-led play with families, and training in leading inclusive drama-led play with children’s professionals. They work predominantly in areas facing the challenges associated with poverty and disadvantage. Looking to increase their team of specialist actor-pedagogues for a range of freelance work next year in Glasgow and Edinburgh and are interested in hearing from experienced actors with a strong interest in children and community engagement and from community artists with a strong interest in theatre and drama.

Posted one month ago
By Licketyspit Theatre Company

Job: Designer

The successful candidate will be as comfortable working on digital projects as they are designing for print. With a rounded skill set you will be able to see a project from brief through to finished artwork and everything in between. With an eye for detail and a creative flair you’ll be enthusiastic, organised and will enjoy working to a consistently high standard. So if this sounds like you and you’d like to be part of a forward thinking design agency please fill in the form below or email careers@firefly-uk.com with a copy of your CV and examples of your work or a link to your website.

Posted one month ago
By Firefly Design Agency

Job: Freelance Youth Engagement Coordinator-Stepping In

Aberdeen Performing Arts are looking for a freelance Youth Engagement Coordinator to design creative and inclusive ways of teaching and involving young people, as part of their Stepping In project. They are looking for a freelance Youth Engagement Co-ordinator to design creative and inclusive ways of teaching and involving young people, as part of our Stepping In project for the re-launch of the Music Hall in 2018. The Stepping in project will be a once in a lifetime opportunity for young people to play a leading role in shaping one of the most significant developments in cultural life of Aberdeen this decade. If you have extensive experience of successfully engaging young people in arts projects and great knowledge of running social media and promotional campaigns for and with young people, they'd love to hear from you!

Posted 27 days ago
By Aberdeen Performing Arts

Salary £3000 for completion of the project, based on around 150 hours work over a 12 month period.
Deadline 15 January 2018
www.aberdeenperformingarts.com

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Job: Membership Officer

Edinburgh International Festival are seeking to appoint a dedicated and experienced Membership Officer to deliver a first class service to all Individual supporters of the Edinburgh International Festival. Join the world’s leading arts Festival.

Posted 27 days ago
By Edinburgh International Festival

Salary £21,000 pa depending on experience
Deadline 15 January 2018
www.eif.co.uk

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Job: Talks & Sessions Assistant

The Talks & Sessions Assistant will support the Head of Talks & Sessions with the development, implementation and production of the Talks & Sessions programmes. You will provide organisational, administrative and intermediary production support, working closely with the Head of Talks & Sessions and outside contractors, speakers, and sessions producers. The successful candidate will have strong communication, database management, and people skills, with an exceptional attention to detail.

Posted 27 days ago
By Sheffield Doc/Fest

Job: Temporary Sales & Marketing Co-ordinator (0.8FTE)

Bothy Stores are looking for a talented, organised sales, marketing and communications professional to join the team on a part time basis from 1 February 2018 until 31 March 2018 SALES: Managing orders for the Artist Bothy, providing client updates and following up on sales enquiries, providing sales aftercare and updating the customer database. This also covers fulling sales requirements for Bothy Stores products. MARKETING: Developing our marketing strategy for Bothy Stores products and supporting marketing activity for the Artist Bothy. SOCIAL MEDIA: Managing and growing the event's social media communications through Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other channels. WRITING: Generally short descriptions, promotional copy, press information, email communications, marketing newsletters, case studies, interviews and articles. Other responsibilities include WEB PUBLISHING, PUBLICITY RESEARCH, OFFICE WORK, PRODUCTION & PROOFREADING. Full job description available by emailing info@bothystores.com. To apply please send a CV and covering letter explaining your suitability for this role.

Posted 6 days ago
By Bothy Stores

Salary £24,000 pr
Deadline 15 January 2018
bothystores.com

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Job: Learning & Engagement Coordinator

House for an Art Lover are seeking an enthusiastic individual to support the Arts and Heritage Officer in the development, delivery and promotion of an exciting and meaningful arts and heritage learning programme. Key Objective of Post: This post is to support the Arts and Heritage Officer in the development, delivery and promotion of an exciting and meaningful arts and heritage learning programme both at House for an Art Lover and off site within the wider community. We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to initiate and build on existing plans and to develop and deliver this work. You will deliver and support learning for the widest range of audiences to engage in meaningful and innovative activities inspired by the House and the exhibitions and projects delivered here. This includes programmes for schools and colleges; young people; families; community groups and adult audiences through public programmes, interpretation and targeted projects. You will supervise additional Learning project staff and the large pool of artists and educators with whom House for an Art Lover regularly works and along with the Arts & Heritage Officer will take an active lead in devising and evaluating projects, administrating budgets, fundraising and developing a strategic plan for the learning programme in the future. To apply please submit a covering letter (up to 2 sides) detailing your interest in the post, relevant skills and experience and any other information that is pertinent to your application, along with your current CV (up to 2 sides). Applications should be sent to: Louise Briggs, Arts & Heritage Officer, lbriggs@houseforanartlover.co.uk This post is considered as Regulated Work with Vulnerable Children and/or Protected Adults, under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007. The successful candidate will be required to join the PVG Scheme or undergo a PVG scheme update check prior to formal offer of employment being made. The appointment is subject to a probationary period of three months.

Posted 27 days ago
By House for an Art Lover

Salary £18,000-20,000 pro rata // Part time (24 hr week), 12 months fixed term
Deadline 15 January 2018
www.houseforanartlover.co.uk

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Job:Temporary Sales & Marketing Co-ordinator

Temporary Sales & Marketing Co-ordinator (Part Time 0.8 FTE £24,000 pro rata) Application Deadline: 5pm, 15th January About Bothy Stores: Bothy Stores Ltd is a social enterprise developed to make prefabricated bothies available to the commercial market. In addition we have a range of designer products commissioned specifically for the Bothy Project network of bothies produced by a selection of prominent artists, designers and makers. The primary product for sale on Bothy Stores will be the Artist Bothy - an inspirational, prefabricated modern cabin, based upon the original Bothy Project bothy designed by artist Bobby Niven and architect Iain MacLeod. The Artist Bothy is an evolution of sister organisation the Bothy Project’s mission to support artist mobility and access to the Scottish landscape. Every Artist Bothy purchased helps to fund artists and researchers to access the Bothy Project’s core network of residency bothies. The Artist Bothy is due to launch in late February 2018. We are looking for a talented, organised sales, marketing and communications professional to join the team on a part time basis from 1 February 2018 until 31 March 2018. This temporary project post has the potential to continue beyond the end date on a permanent basis, reliant on external factors. Candidates are encouraged to highlight their future availability in the application. The time requirements may vary on a week to week basis to reflect various stages in the lead up to the launch. The successful candidate will report to the Marketing and Communications Manager who in turn reports to the Director. The role requirements include and may not be limited to: SALES: Managing orders for the Artist Bothy, providing client updates and following up on sales enquiries, providing sales aftercare and updating the customer database. This also covers fulling sales requirements for Bothy Stores products. MARKETING: Developing our marketing strategy for Bothy Stores products and supporting marketing activity for the Artist Bothy. SOCIAL MEDIA: Managing and growing the event's social media communications through Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other channels. WRITING: Generally short descriptions, promotional copy, press information, email communications, marketing newsletters, case studies, interviews and articles. PROOFREADING: All editorial and promotional copy, with the assistance of the Marketing and Communications Manager. WEB PUBLISHING: Co-ordination of content (written and visual) and uploading this content to the Bothy Stores website. PUBLICITY RESEARCH: Finding news stories, interesting features and 'nuggets' of content to be communicated via social media channels. OFFICE WORK: Some clerical tasks, email contact, bookkeeping PRODUCTION: Liaising with artists, makers, web and print designers. Dealing with suppliers and manufacturing teams (for new products when required) and co-ordinating with curators and buyers. Person Specification: Our ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic motivated self starter with the ability to work professionally as part of a team as well as having the initiative and confidence to manage their own responsibilities. The three key characteristics are: Excellent communication skills: verbally, through written communications and social media channels A diligent approach to the responsibilities of the role with a keen eye for detail and an exacting standard for all communications A forward thinking approach demonstrating initiative and the ability to follow through on this Required Experience: Experience of working in a commercial context, analysing sales data and using sales performance metrics Experience of a fast paced cultural or retail environment Experience delivering of social media communication campaigns Excellent working knowledge of Office programmes (Microsoft or Google G Suite) Editing skills in photo manipulation software such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign Excellent interpersonal skills in a professional context Desired skills: Experience of working with Wordpress websites Experience in Xero accounting software Experience of working on cultural projects or events Experience developing and managing online content Who we are: Bothy Stores Ltd is run by Director Bobby Niven, co-founder of the Bothy Project. The story of the Artist Bothy began back in 2011, when Bobby and his old school friend Iain MacLeod teamed up to work on an idea for a remote residency space in the Scottish Highlands. The simple shelter they designed was installed in amongst the pines of the ancient Caledonian Forest in the Cairngorms National Park. It has since welcomed many artists looking to experience off-grid living in a spectacular and isolated setting. That initial structure marked the beginning of the Bothy Project – a non-profit organisation that operates a growing network of unique residency spaces created in collaboration with artists, designers and makers. At Bothy Stores Bobby is assisted by a team of experienced freelance professionals including marketing and communications consultant Owen O’Leary. This role will report directly to Owen, with input from the Director. What we offer: Bothy Stores Ltd offers the opportunity to gain genuine hands-on experience in working with a small communications staff where each member performs multiple tasks. The chosen candidate has the opportunity to apply and learn many facets of communications and marketing — taking a project from initial stages through to a finished campaign. In particular in the context of the growing popularity of glamping and off grid retreats this is a unique opportunity to play a part in delivering the tourism industry's most anticipated new arrival. A desktop computer will be provided, the candidate will be expected to use their own phone with the cost of business calls reimbursed. The role is based in Edinburgh city centre with the possibility of moving to an independent location (also in Edinburgh) during the course of the project. To apply: Please send a covering letter and CV to Owen O’Leary at info@bothystores.com stating why you would make an invaluable contribution to promoting Bothy Stores Ltd and its product range.

Posted 25 days ago
By Bothy Stores

Salary 24000
Deadline 15 January 2018
bothystores.com

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Job: PR, Marketing and Social Media executive

Foodies Festival seeks a PR, Marketing and Social Media Executive to increase ticket sales and boost attendance at the 7 festivals in Brighton, Bristol, Birmingham, Edin, Oxon, London and Manchester.

Posted 6 days ago
By Foodies Festival

Job: Alternate Realities Market Coordinator

The Alternative Realities Market Coordinator will manage the running of the Alternate Realities Market on all days of its operation including being the first point of contact for selected project teams from selection. With this exciting opportunity to join the Doc/Fest team, you will research extra Decision Makers to invite to Alternate Realities Market based on specific needs of selected projects in conjunction with Head of Marketplace & Talent. You will have experience in organising/managing events or productions involving many people and many logistical elements; Knowledge of companies and creatives in the augmented reality and virtual reality storytelling industry.

Posted 27 days ago
By Sheffield Doc/Fest

Job: Client Project Manager

NGS now needs to appoint a Client Project Manager in order to plan, steer and run the Project in line with the NGS vision, budget and the Government’s 5 case business plan model of best practice. The overall budget for the Project has not yet been set as we are in early design phase but the total build cost is likely to be over £100m. It is likely that the NCF will be built in phases, which presents both design and operational challenges. The Project is overseen by a Steering Committee chaired by the NGS Director General and the Major Capital Programme (MCP) Committee on behalf of the Board of Trustees. The Project is also subject to scrutiny from Scottish Government including independent Gateway Reviews, the first of which has recently been completed. The Client Project Manager will be the primary contact with the external and internal project teams, acting as the focal point for information and communication and will sit on the Steering Committee and attend the MCP Committee.

Posted one month ago
By National Galleries of Scotland

Job: Festival Administrator (permanent, part-time)

EAF are currently recruiting an experienced administrator to coordinate and manage the administration of Edinburgh Art Festival. The Festival Administrator co-ordinates and manages administration of the Edinburgh Art Festival office, and provides support to the Festival Director and EAF team in the delivery of the Festival’s annual programme of visual art exhibitions and events. This is a permanent, part-time post (16 hours p/w, 9am-1pm Mon-Thur)

Posted 27 days ago
By Edinburgh Art Festival

Salary £18,000 pro-rata
Deadline 22 January 2018
edinburghartfestival.com

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Job: Freelance Trainers & Companies [ Statements Of Interest ]

Seeking freelance trainers or companies to delivery a training series aimed at individuals in the arts and culture sector. Trainers/Facilitators are being sought to cover the following subjects: - Equalities in the arts and culture sector - Building Strategic Partnerships - Pitching/Grant Writing/Business Development - Financial Management - Team Building - Marketing and Communications - Creative Learning Workshops - Co-production / Co-design To register your interest, please complete the form at https://podio.com/webforms/19992611/1357240 If you have any questions or enquiries please email Lucy Parnell at [ lucy@bedrockproductions.org ]

Posted 6 days ago
By Bedrock Productions

Job: Head of Booksales & Retail

The Head of Booksales & Retail oversees all aspects of the independent retail operation. They create unique retail environments which reflect and complement our programme.

Posted 6 days ago
By Edinburgh International Book Festival

Salary £33,000 to £35,000 dependent on experience
Deadline 22 January 2018
www.edbookfest.co.uk

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Job: Head of Booksales & Retail

The Edinburgh International Book Festival runs its own independent retail operation which is integral to them both on a financial level and for sustainability and the unique experience we create within the Festival Village. Their shops provide a distinctive retail environment and stock a broad range of titles reflecting the diversity and internationalism of our programme. The retail operation is also fundamental to maintaining the strength of our relationships with the Scottish literature community, promoting Scottish writers and publishers to a broad audience. The Head of Booksales & Retail oversees all aspects of the independent retail operation. They create unique retail environments which reflect and complement our programme.

Posted 6 days ago
By Edinburgh International Book Festival

Salary £33,000 to £35,000 dependent on experience
Deadline 22 January 2018
www.edbookfest.co.uk

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Job: Head of Dance (Maternity Cover)

Creative Scotland are looking for an inspirational and confident Head of Dance to lead on Creative Scotland’s work in this area and to join our energetic and dedicated team.

Posted yesterday
By Creative Scotland

Salary £38,745 pa plus pension and benefits
Deadline 22 January 2018
www.creativescotland.com

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Job: Executive Assistant

Creative Scotland are looking for an Executive Assistant to provide comprehensive support to four of our Directors.

Posted yesterday
By Creative Scotland

Salary £20,675 pa plus pension and benefits
Deadline 22 January 2018
www.creativescotland.com

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Job: Development of V&A Dundee website

The new Victoria and Albert Museum in Scotland is due to open this year, and is looking for a digital design studio to develop its website.

Posted yesterday
By V&A Dundee

Job: Senior Account Manager (Sales)

The List is looking for Senior Account Manager who will be responsible for growing revenues from brands, venues, festivals, entertainment promoters and partners.

Posted 6 days ago
By The List Ltd

Job: Marketing and Communications Development Officer

Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland are seeking a proactive, creative, committed and enthusiastic individual to assist the Marketing and Communications Manager in carrying out a range of marketing and communications tasks. [ 35 hours per week, Monday – Friday, with some evening and weekend work around events ]

Posted yesterday
By Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland

Salary £22,500 per annum
Deadline 29 January 2018
www.tracscotland.org

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Job: Hospital Galleries Manager and Exhibitions Program

ELHF is looking for an individual, small dedicated consortia or enterprise, to develop and deliver all aspects of NHS Lothian’s exhibitions programme across its 4 main hospital sites between 2018-21

Posted 27 days ago
By Edinburgh and Lothians Health Foundation (ELHF)

Opp: Kathrine Stewart Bursary

In celebration of the life and work of Katherine Stewart we will be offering the prize of a place on a either the Nature Writing or Historical Fiction course to one writer in 2018. Katherine Stewart’s ‘A Croft in the Hills’ has become an iconic book about life in the Highlands. Her honest, unfussy account of crofting life in the 1960s was the first in a series of books which tell of the landscape, history and community close to Moniack Mhor. As well as her writing success, Stewart established a folk museum, which documented and educated many on Highland culture for decades. In celebration of her legacy, we are offering a place on the Nature Writing or Historical Fiction course at Moniack Mhor to a writer based in the Highlands writing fiction or non-fiction. Moniack Mhor are grateful to the family of Katherine Stewart for their support. The Bursary ­ is open to unpublished/published writers living and working in the Highlands who have or would like to have a piece of work in development.

Posted 27 days ago
By Moniack Mhor

Opp: Dr Gavin Wallace Fellowship 2018

Applications are now invited from professional mid-career or established writers based in Scotland for the 2018 Dr Gavin Wallace Fellowship on the theme, Epic. This Fellowship is open to playwrights, fiction writers, poets, librettists or lyricists to research, write and develop work for the stage that meets their creative ambition to work on a larger scale. Hosted by Playwrights' Studio, Scotland, in partnership with the Royal Lyceum Theatre, we will give a professional writer the opportunity to develop an original play, adaptation or new, scripted dramatic work for the stage, that is grand in scale.

Posted 27 days ago
By Playwrights' Studio, Scotland

Opp: Digital Publication [ Open for Commissions ]

Resourcing Scotland's Heritage are commissioning a digital publication to be part of the legacy of the training programme.

Posted yesterday
By Resourcing Scotland's Heritage

Salary The total value of Tender Contract must not exceed £15,000 excluding VAT
Deadline 30 January 2018
www.aandbscotland.org.uk

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Opp: Video Production

Resourcing Scotland's Heritage are commissioning the production of two training video resources to be part of the legacy of the training programme

Posted yesterday
By Resourcing Scotland's Heritage

Salary The total value of Tender Contract must not exceed £15,000 excluding VAT
Deadline 30 January 2018
www.aandbscotland.org.uk

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Job: Marketing Communications Manager - Maternity Cover

Marketing Communications Manager Maternity cover – full time 13 months fixed-term contract Vegware is a manufacturer and visionary brand, and the only completely compostable packaging company operating globally. Our award-winning catering disposables are low carbon, made from renewable or recycled materials, and all can be composted with food waste. This role will be based in Vegware’s new office on Melville Street, in Edinburgh’s West End. The role Reporting to the Communications Director, the role is responsible for the continuous development of market-leading communications materials in a wide variety of formats to enhance and promote the Vegware brand with a combination of innovation and continuity, in line with market and industry trends and legislation. You’ll manage, motivate and mentor the communications team, and provide support and guidance for the lead designer and creative team. Working closely with the environmental team, you’ll be responsible for effective and strategic communications around environmental issues. The communications manager works closely with the sales teams in the UK and the US to ensure they have the materials they need to succeed, preparing a wide variety of print and digital materials. You will oversee Vegware’s social media and digital marketing strategy. You will manage Vegware’s B2B and B2C marketing communications, including managing and/or executing PR and digital marketing campaigns, advertising and award entries, films, direct email marketing and social media. You’ll lead or part-manage a variety of projects, such as new product launches, marketing campaigns, and trade shows, and website projects. You’ll engage in public speaking events and networking. The applicant Minimum three to five years’ experience in a similar role with demonstrable experience in planning and executing effective marketing communications campaigns. You will have excellent experience working with people at all levels in the business, first-rate understanding of effective business communication, and be well-versed in external and internal channels, audiences and messaging. With at least two years’ experience leading a team, you’re able to inspire and motivate to ensure a high level of quality outputs. An organised individual, you will plan ahead and manage projects effectively to deliver agreed outputs to schedule. You will relish implementing the latest approaches to digital marketing and social media. You will have superb verbal and written skills including copywriting, editing and proofreading for different channels, audiences and global territories. With a personable approach and positive attitude, you will enjoy a challenge and be able to flex with the business needs. You will be self-motivated, reliable and confident, able to bring a creative flair to the role. You must be willing and able to travel throughout the UK as required. If you have the skills, passion, and commitment required, and are interested in working for an ambitious and innovative eco-friendly company please email your CV and covering letter explaining your suitability for this role as well as your salary expectations to recruitment@vegware.co.uk.

Posted 13 days ago
By Vegware Ltd

Opp: Self Funded Residencies Throughout 2018 [Skye]

Wasps are welcoming applications from visual artists, makers and cultural organisations to stay at The Admirals House, Skye. Wasps are welcoming applications from visual artists, makers and cultural organisations to stay at The Admirals House, Skye. Bookings run for two weeks or four. The Admirals House lies 6 miles South of Portree on the isle of Skye. The house is a converted black house and offers a communal living/kitchen space which is large enough to accommodate talks and gatherings, 3 bedrooms for visiting artists (1 ensuite), wood burning stove, Wi-fi and smart TV. Within the grounds of the main house, there are three studios to be allocated to visiting artists: The Alan Macdonald Studio, Roddy Macdonald Studio and Lady Joan. All three have a unique character and would lend themselves well to different practices. All studios have a table, chair and easel for visitors to use. The location provokes a sense of quietness and isolation, a feeling of retreat and of contemplation and space. There are no required outcomes for the residency, but to apply we require: - A statement about your practice and how you plan to spend your time in Skye - An up to date artistic CV - Six to eight images of art work (or equivalent) For more information about the property, availability, rentals and lease terms, please email Lois Green at lois@waspsstudios.org.uk

Posted 27 days ago
By Wasps Studios

Deadline 31 January 2018

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Job: Reception & Digital Administrator

We are looking for a Reception & Digital Administrator to join our team in Stirling. This is an ideal opportunity for a dynamic individual with a strong customer focus to support and work across a range of reception and digital activities in a vibrant startup hub environment. Excellent communication, a willingness to learn and adapt quickly and an ability to work effectively as part of a small team are all essential for this role. CodeBase is the UK's largest technology incubator, taking early stage startups providing support and opportunities to help them grow. The CodeBase ecosystem includes co-working, events and training, mentoring and invited investor sessions. CodeBase Stirling is the first hub outside Edinburgh, working in partnership with Stirling Council as part of the city’s Digital District development. Working closely with the rest of the team, you will have significant administrative experience, excellent interpersonal & digital skills and attention to detail. The Reception & Digital Administrator will be the oracle of Codebase, providing information and assistance to tenants, collaborators and customers over the phone and face-to-face. In addition to reception duties, the role will include social media and digital activities Responsibilities: Reception – you will meet and greet visitors and assist them so that they have a great experience at CodeBase Logistics - Answer, screen and forward incoming phone calls while providing information when appropriate, booking meeting rooms, tenant enquiries, receive & sort mail, maintain security by following procedures (signing people in, checking for security passes) and facilitating tenant movement. Digital - Pro-active communication with team to identify potential content, and ensuring effective and varied messaging across all of CodeBase Stirling’s social media channels; Digital - Developing weekly/monthly engagement plan for social communications, ensuring it maintains and respects CodeBase’s unique open access ethos and impartiality; maintaining a consistent brand voice Digital - E-newsletter management and distribution through MailChimp, including receiving and entering content from the team into existing templates Marketing – promoting CodeBase facilities, programme and tenants Administrative work – google, slack and tenant information updates Customer service - we are looking for a person with excellent interpersonal skills, friendly with a flexible “can do” attitude. Adaptability - we’re a small team, there may be times when we require support in other areas such as events programme, general admin, or tenant related enquiries. Requirements Previous experience in a customer-facing environment Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, able to communicate concepts succinctly and effectively Punctual, responsibilities include opening up the morning you will be required to arrive on time, every day Good IT skills – knowledge of the Google suite of tools desirable (docs, drive, calendar, groups) Confident in using a range of social media platforms, specifically, Facebook, Twitter and Vimeo, with the aims of brand communication, digital community development, customer service and audience development Creative; willing to propose, explore and develop new ways to maximise our online audience and engage our community Analytical, familiar with social media metrics and analysis of them; such as mailchimp/ buffer; Ability to think on your feet and take initiative Ability to be resourceful and proactive in dealing with multiple stakeholders Ability to organise, multitask, prioritise, attention to detail and work to deadlines Interest in/ an understanding of technology and creative industries desirable, although training can be provided. Desirable Interest in technology and digital industries Design skills - ability to use Photoshop / or InDesign to create posters and adverts for activities Working hours: 35hrs a week, 8.30am-4.30pm, flexibility will be essential as many of our events go into the evening or start before 9am. Salary: £18,000 Closing date for applications: Friday 2nd February 2018 Interviews taking place the following week. This is a full time, permanent position. Apply: Send your CV and cover letter to Janine Matheson stirling@thisiscodebase.com and quote "CodeBase Stirling – Reception & Digital Administrator

Posted 5 days ago
By CodeBase Stirling

Salary 18000
Deadline 02 February 2018
www.thisiscodebase.com

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Opp: Edinburgh Emerging Artist Bursary Scheme

The City of Edinburgh Council in partnership with Creative Scotland isnow offering the opportunity for emerging artists-open to both Visual Artists and Craft Makers to apply to the bursary programme. The bursary programme will support 2 successful applicants to develop and progress their creative practice over 12 months. The programme will be tailored to the individual artist and will include mentoring which may lead to the development of skills/training, creation of new work, presenting and marketing work. Successful applicants will be awarded £1,500 as a bursary to be paid in 2 installments the second installment will be released following a mid programme review meeting.There may be further budget available for additional support that may be needed.

Posted one month ago
By City of Edinburgh Council

Job: Freelance Artistic Director

Music at Paxton wishes to appoint a Freelance Artistic Director to provide artistic vision for the organisation and to plan the programme for the 2019 Festival. The role of Artistic Director will be contracted on a self-employed basis and the post-holder will be responsible for their own tax and national insurance contributions. Role: Artistic Director Type: Freelance (P/T) position (0.2FTE), commencing 01 October 2018; 12-month contract renewable annually by mutual agreement Location: Home-based working / Scottish Borders (concerts/meetings) Fixed Fee: £7,500 plus appropriate expenses For a full job description, please visit www.musicatpaxton.co.uk or email info@musicatpaxton.co.uk HOW TO APPLY To submit an application, please send the following to Dr Anthony Henfrey (Chairman of the Board of Directors) via email – hencalluk@aol.com: • Curriculum Vitae; • Covering letter, detailing relevant skills and experience. The deadline for applications is Friday 16 February 2018 at 5.00pm. Shortlisted candidates will be notified by Friday 23 February 2018. Interviews will be held in Edinburgh on Monday 05 March 2018. The successful candidate must be available to attend at least two days of the 2018 Festival, and a number of hand-over meetings with the current post-holder during August and September 2018, for which appropriate expenses shall be covered.

Posted 29 days ago
By Music at Paxton

Job: Artistic Director

Music at Paxton wishes to appoint a Freelance Artistic Director to provide artistic vision for the organisation and to plan the programme for the 2019 Festival.

Posted 5 days ago
By Music at Paxton

Salary £7,500 (fixed fee)
Deadline 16 February 2018
www.musicatpaxton.co.uk

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Job: Audience Development Assistant

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Disability Arts Online in a newly created post. Having just secured National Portfolio Organisation status from Arts Council England, the organisation is moving into an exciting new chapter that will help us better support disabled artists and build upon our status as the UK’s leading journal for arts and culture from a disability perspective.

Posted yesterday
By Disability Arts Online

Salary £17,772 pro rata
Deadline 23 February 2018
disabilityarts.online

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Opp: Fringe Central Events Programme [Call for Entries]

As part of the services the Fringe Society offers to all those taking part in the festival, the Fringe Central Events Programme delivers a series of professional development workshops, seminars, discussions and creative labs throughout the month of August. In 2017, we worked with 58 partners in order to deliver a comprehensive and diverse programme of over 120 events. The programme’s overall aims are to; develop skills, expand perceptions, build networks, advance careers and aid in the health and well-being of all those involved in the Fringe.

Posted 27 days ago
By Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Job: Performance & Events Officer

Aberdeen City Council are looking for someone with experience of event management and/or the performing arts, with an understanding of audience development, including current social inclusion, cultural and community regeneration issues and initiatives.This role focuses on the planning and implementation of informal participatory events and performances for a wide range of audiences, making use of the venues and collections of Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums.

Posted 10 months ago
By Aberdeen City Council

Salary £23,558 - £26,936 pro rata
Deadline 18 March 2018
www.myjobscotland.gov.uk

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Job: JQuery Instructor required

Java Scipt / JQuery instructor required for delivering classroom courses in Edinburgh. May be asked to go onsite around Scotland.

Posted one year ago
By Java Script

Salary £300 per day + travel outside Edinburgh
Deadline 20 April 2018
www.itrainscotland.co.uk

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Job: Journalism roles

The BBC is the world's leading public service broadcaster and making the biggest single investment in broadcast content in Scotland in over twenty years. This is an exciting time for BBC Scotland and I am keen to hear from journalists who would like to be a part of our family and join our first class, creative News Teams across Scotland. Connect with me or email your CV to debbie.mccann@bbc.co.uk

Posted 2 months ago
By BBC Scotland

Job: Filming [Wedding]

I am getting married on 21st July 2018 at Gean House in Alloa and I am looking for someone to film the day. I am interested in having someone film from guests arriving to the first dance, roughly from 12.30pm until 8pm with a meal included for around £250. If interested please contact Jennifer by email : jenniferkate-1993@hotmail.com

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By

Salary £250
Deadline 21 July 2018

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Job: Fundraising Manager

A passionate and persuasive fundraiser, you’ll have responsibility from the word go, a creative licence and a central role in growing our charity. 16 hrs/wk, Thu-Fri; £20,000 pro-rata.

Posted one month ago
By The John Byrne Award

Salary £20,000 pro-rata.
Deadline 16 November 2018
www.Johnbyrneaward.org.uk

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Job: Life Drawing Models

Life drawing models required for weekend work. Great as extra money during study periods. Get in touch for more information.

Posted one year ago
By Nude Life

Salary 50
Deadline 15 December 2018
www.nudelife.co.uk

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Opp: Dewar Arts Awards [ Funding Available ]

Dewar Arts Awards invite applications in any art form for funding to support individuals.Applicants must be under 30, live or work in Scotland, have talent and financial need.

Posted yesterday
By Dewar Arts Awards

Job: Knitting Teachers

Have you ever thought about teaching a few knitting classes each week? If so, joining the Knitting For All family might be right up your street! Knitting for All's social mission is to spread knitting skills far and wide so that everyone around the globe has access to this life-enhancing skill. Our teachers work part-time and fit their classes in around other work and family commitments. Some of them do just a couple of classes a week and others work a busy schedule of back to back classes together with crafty parties and one-off workshops. It’s completely flexible - you do as much or as little as you like.

Posted 2 years ago
By Knitting For All Ltd

Job: Sound Recordist / AC for 2-day film shoot

Kinetoscope Studios are looking for a sound recordist / AC to join our small team (of three people) for a 2-day shoot in Edinburgh / Leith on the 4th and 5th December.

Posted 2 months ago
By Kinetoscope Studios