Non-Executive Directors for the Board of National
Theatre of Scotland
Closing date: Thursday 27 March 2014
This is a voluntary, non-remunerated role. National Theatre
Scotland are seeking individuals for their Board with
relevant skills and experience in the areas of Community &
Social, Education, Digital & Broadcast, Theatre,
Marketing, Finance and Legal or if you are simply someone who is
passionate about attending theatre.
As a Board member you will contribute to the good governance of the organisation and its use of public funds, and will act in an ambassadorial role. If you think you are that person, and share our values, ideals and aspirations, then they'd love to hear from you. For an information pack please visit the website www.nationaltheatrescotland.com/ vacancies , send an email to: email@example.com or call 0141 221 0970. Your CV and covering letter should arrive no later than midnight on Thursday 27th March 2014. Late submissions cannot be accepted.
Cultural Enterprise Office is seeking new Board
Closing date: Friday 28 March 2014
Culturl Enterprise Office is Scotland's specialist business support and development service for creative micro-businesses and cultural practitioners operating in Scotland's creative industries and cultural economy. Our current Chair, film producer Bob Last, has completed a successful term and will step down from April 2014. We are currently seeking to appoint a new Chair and several new Board members who will bring a broad range of skills and expertise to the Boards of Cultural Enterprise Office and its trading subsidiary, Cultural Enterprise Ltd.Bringing significant leadership and governance experience whilst demonstrating a strong and visible passion and commitment to the vision and values of Cultural Enterprise Office, our Chair will have a rich understanding both of the needs of the practising artist and of the Creative Industries. They will be well placed within the organisation's realm of stakeholders including Scottish Government, Local Government and key Creative, Cultural and Economic Development Agencies. Our Chair will be plugged into key networks and act as both an ambassador and public face of Cultural Enterprise Office.
We hope to appoint new Board members from the following sectors - arts, design, games, technology, communications, legal, finance, investment and HR.
The Board is the governing and legally responsible body for the companies Cultural Enterprise Office and Cultural Enterprise Ltd.
To apply, please send a CV and covering letter indicating which role(s) you are interested in and how you heard about this opportunity to -firstname.lastname@example.org or post to Cultural Enterprise Office.
The Creative Industries Academy, a joint
initiative between Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh College,
City of Edinburgh Council, East Lothian Council, Midlothian Council
and Scottish Borders Council, aims to provide young people (S5 and
S6) in these areas with the educational knowledge and relevant work
experience needed to prepare them for work in the sector.
Academy students get the opportunity to study both at college and at university while still at school and also gain valuable work experience with a Creative Industries employer. The Academy is split into 2 groups; one group studying Acting & Performance and the other group Media & Communications. The students give up their free time to attend the Academy, an important indication of their motivation and enthusiasm.
The Academy is now actively looking for partner Creative Sector employers to consider taking on an Academy student for up to a week's work experience in June. Detailed guidelines will be provided to interested employers and any required health & safety checks, insurance etc. will be organised by the Academy. No remuneration is expected. To arrange an initial meeting or to find out more please contact Sandra Grieve, CI Academy Coordinator at email@example.com or tel 0131 474 000 or 07718 296707
The Edinburgh Jobs Fund is able to offer a wage incentive to Micro Businesses and SME employers with less than 250 employees wishing to offer a new and additional job opportunity within their organisation to a young person aged 16-24. The wage incentives offers 50% of the cost for National Minimum Wage (excluding overtime payments and employer's NI costs) back to the employer for a maximum of 6 months. Certain eligibility criteria apply. May be provided in conjunction with other programmes (e.g. Modern Apprenticeship). For further information contact Brian Robertson email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 0131 529 3233