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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: Programme Director

Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival and Arts Live is seeking to appoint a Programme Director with vision and imagination to lead our future development.

Posted 24 days ago
By Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival and Arts Live

Salary £30,000 (per annum)
Deadline 19 July 2018
www.dgartsfestival.org.uk

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Job: Science Communicators

We're looking for science communicators to help deliver activities and workshops all year round. Work location: Venues around Edinburgh or the rest of the UK About the role(s): We are building a pool of enthusiastic Science Communicators to help us deliver Edinburgh International Science Festival workshops and activities as part of our year-round, UK-wide projects and programmes. High quality science communication is at the heart of what Edinburgh International Science Festival is all about and our Science Communicators are our ambassadors. About you: You are a confident presenter with good communication skills, and a quick learner comfortable with scientific information. We are looking for outgoing people who are excellent communicators and who enjoy working with parents and children aged 3-15 years. Previous experience in Science Communication would be beneficial as would experience working in education or learning support, or a background in theatre and performing arts. However, passion is the key and an ability to work hard and retain your sense of humour is essential. About upcoming UK Projects: Applicants can apply to become part of a pool of casual Science Communicators who will be engaged for UK Projects as and when they arise. We are also seeking applicants for the specific confirmed upcoming events listed below - please refer to the Job Description for further details. Gadget Factory at Great Exhibition of the North, Newcastle (Wed 1 - Wed 8 August, travel and accommodation provided by the Science Festival) Turn that Frown Upside Down at Prestwick Airport STEM Week, Prestwick (Mon 27 - Fri 31 August) Application Information To view the full job description and apply visit http://www.sciencefestival.co.uk/about-us/jobs Please note that only applications submitted via our careers portal will be considered. For further information and to apply for the role, please visit the link below >>>

Posted 10 days ago
By Edinburgh International Science Festival

Salary £8.75+ per hour (or more depending on project)
Deadline 19 July 2018
www.sciencefestival.co.uk

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Job: Project Manager

12 months fixed term contract This post is part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Union – LEADER 2014-2020 programme Crawick Multiverse, funded by the Duke of Buccleuch and designed by Charles Jencks, is a major land restoration and art project in Dumfries & Galloway which has utilised landscape art to transform a former open cast coal mine into a space for people to walk, relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. This role will involve managing a key and exciting project in the development of a world-class & innovative science/art visitor experience and events space in the heart of Sanquhar at the currently derelict Glove Factory. • Do you have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in managing projects, preferably in a visitor attraction environment? • Can you demonstrate research and analytical skills and an ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously? • Do you have a proven ability to deliver project outcomes within budget, while ensuring timescales and quality standards are met? An understanding and/or experience of master-planning in a project management context will be a distinct advantage. Interested? To request a role description and for details of how to apply please contact the HR team at recruitment@buccleuch.com. The closing date for applications is 20 July. Please view our Privacy Policy at http://www.crawickmultiverse.co.uk/privacy-policy/ The Crawick Multiverse Trust Charity registered in Scotland (no. SC039940) and company limited by guarantee (no. SC349562). Registered office: Queensberry Estate Office, Drumlanrig Mains, Thornhill, DG3 4AG

Posted 9 days ago
By Crawick Multiverse

Job: Learning Officer

Part-Time Learning Officer position working with 3 different military museums based in Edinburgh Castle. Learning Officer, Edinburgh Castle Job Type: Part time Hours: 24 (typically 3 full days per week) Monday – Friday. However, flexibility is necessary as the post holder may be required to work occasional weekends or evenings. The Regimental Museums in Edinburgh Castle are currently seeking an energetic and innovative Learning Officer to deliver a newly developed education programme for their museums: The Museum of The Royal Regiment of Scotland, The Royal Scots Museum and The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Museum respectively. The new programme was recently developed by an Education Consultant with extensive experience in the Scottish museum sector. Whilst the programme is ready to be delivered, the new Learning Officer will be given leeway to tweak it at their discretion. Based in iconic Edinburgh Castle, you will be responsible for delivering learning activities to visitors and outreach sessions to schools. You will be expected to build strong working relationships with staff from all of the three regimental museums as well as other key stakeholders. The three regimental museums are housed in two separate buildings and contain collections that have recently been recognised as being of national significance. Collectively we receive in excess of 450,000 visitors annually and our collections are viewed by people of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds. Full details on the post are available on our website (please see the link). To apply please email a copy of your CV along with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the post to Mr Desmond Thomas. For further information, please contact curator@theroyalregimentofscotland.org (curator@theroyalregimentofscotland.org), or call 01313105040, or follow the link below >>>

Posted 13 days ago
By Museum of The Royal Regiment of Scotland

Job: PA to Director of Public Engagement

[ Permanent, Full Time (Band 6) ] We have an exciting opportunity for a pro-active and professional individual to assist the Director of Public Engagement of the National Galleries of Scotland in the exercise of her duties and responsibilities, planning & fulfilling her daily programme. The role will involve a wide variety of administrative duties including diary and travel management, researching and preparing presentations, arranging and preparing for meetings, dealing with correspondence and compiling reports. With first-class organisational and administration skills, you must be able to multi-task whilst maintaining high standards of accuracy. With a flexible approach you will be forward thinking and able to exercise confidentiality and sound judgement. Closing date for completed applications is 20 July 2018. It is anticipated that interviews will be held on 6 August 2018. To apply, please visit our website www.nationalgalleries.org/jobs.

Posted 8 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland

Salary £22,467 - £24,840 per annum
Deadline 20 July 2018
nationalgalleries.engageats.co.uk

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Job: Drum Teacher

Morningside School of Music are looking for a drum teacher to teach children and adults within our fantastic learning and working environment. The successful applicant will have: A minimum of a degree in music (BMus or BA Music) Grade 8 Rockschool or Similar Be registered, or willing to be registered with PVG Disclosure Scotland Be willing to work unsociable hours (3pm-9pm some weekdays, 9am-5p Sat) A proven track record within education A proven track record of live performance An excellent drum notation sight reading skills The very best communication skills Impeccable timekeeping The ability to enthuse and inspire learners, young and old A strong team work ethic Here are just some of the benefits of teaching at Morningside School of Music: Child protection training Health & safety training First aid training Massive discounts with our music retail partners Staff fun days Staff nights out Use of the best equipment available to take home Music software training and licensing (Sibelius, Reason, Logic Pro X) Applications for the position close on Tuesday the 17th of July 2018. A current CV should be sent for the attention of the director to morningside@polarflamemusic.com

Posted 3 days ago
By Morningside School of Music

Job: Freelance Videographer(s)

Neoneight Ltd is an Edinburgh based videography company working on projects from music videos, third sector films, performing arts, corporate promos and weddings. Recent clients include: Represent Comms (including Royal Highland Show) Starcatchers Solareye Who Cares? Scotland Standard Life Investments Hearts & Minds We are looking for a freelance videographer to join the books, to be lead or second shooter on projects as the business expands. You will have at least two years professional experience, excellent client facing skills and be able to work to brief set by the Creative Director. Preferably shooting on Panasonic GH4 and/or 5 and be proficient with interview audio recording. Fees on project by project basis. If interested please send showreel, CV and short cover note to kelman@neoneight.co.uk

Posted 3 days ago
By Neoneight Ltd

Job: Technical Education Officer (Cyber)

We're looking for someone with cyber skills and knowledge for a three month contract. [ Work hours: 35 hours per week - 3 month fixed term contract ] Work location: Edinburgh International Science Festival Offices, Edinburgh with some overseas work (UAE) About the role: The Technical Education Officer (Cyber) will support the organisation in the creation and delivery of our vibrant program of digital content projects. The post-holder will support projects by providing technical support during content development on topic areas such as cyber security, infosec, networking, and coding. Further, the post-holder will contribute to project delivery plans by taking on a practical role in specifying technical requirements for live events and overseeing their installation and operation on-site. About you: You will likely be degree qualified in networking, cyber security or another information technology or related discipline. You will be skilled in the Linux command line, and have experience and good understanding on networks and cyber security. You will have an educational aptitude, possessing excellent communication and problem solving skills. You will have a good understanding of a high-profile technology such as Blockchain or Artificial Intelligence. How to apply: To view the full job description and apply please visit http://www.sciencefestival.co.uk/about-us/jobs Please note that only applications submitted via our careers portal will be considered. [ Interviews will be held on: Friday 27 July 2018 ] For further information and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 10 days ago
By Edinburgh International Science Festival

Salary £DOE (Depending on Experience)
Deadline 22 July 2018
www.sciencefestival.co.uk

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Job: Box Office Supervisor [ Group Sales ]

Box Office Supervisor (Group Sales) Capital Theatres Capital Theatres is looking for a Box Office Supervisor to join their team and supervise the Group Sales aspect of the Box Office. FULL TIME, PERMANENT Capital Theatres is looking for a Box Office Supervisor to join their team and supervise the Group Sales aspect of the Box Office. The successful candidate will have Box Office experience and have worked in Group Sales before. They need to have a dynamic combination of leadership, selling and administrative skills with a commercial focus, as well as being completely comfortable working in a busy, call room environment. Shifts are generally between the hours of 9am – 8pm working across all venues, with frequent weekend work. Candidates must be flexible about shift patterns. For a full job description and to apply, please visit www.capitaltheatres.com/jobs Please note CVs will not be accepted. Previous candidates need not apply. Interviews: Thursday 26th July For further information, please contact hr@capitaltheatres.com or follow the link below >>>

Posted 13 days ago
By Capital Theatres

Salary Salary: £21,150.96
Deadline 22 July 2018
www.capitaltheatres.com

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Opp: Front of House (Just the Tonic)

For this year's Just the Tonic at Edinburgh Fringe, we are looking for enthusiastic and motivated people to become a part of our Front of House team. We may be looking for you if you have experience working in a customer-facing role, you are good on your feet and have a 'can do' attitude when assisting customers. Most importantly, we do need friendly and reliable people who will enjoy working in a busy festival environment. As a member of the Front of House team, you will usher the audience to the venue and help make sure the shows start in a timely manner. You should be prepared to organise the queues, as well as answer any questions the customers or performers may have. All employees are paid minimum wage, shifts will vary. You should be able to work late shifts (until the last show of the day is over) and be available for the entire month, 28/07-29/08. You must be over 18 and eligible to work in the UK. Ideal for students or recent graduates looking for more experience in festivals/events. If you wish to apply or have any further questions, do not hesitate to get in touch!

Posted 7 days ago
By Just the Tonic

Job: Marketing Assistant

About the Company Inverroy Crisis Management Limited specialises in equipping businesses for an uncertain world. They do this by advising and supporting businesses to be ready for, able to respond to and then recover from disruptive events and emergency situations. They were founded in March 2015 with a goal to do things properly. Their passion is to delight their customers with their service and products so that they gain repeat work and to date 100% of clients have re-engaged them. Their client sectors currently include the oil and gas industry, academia, hospitality and media and they aim to grow to a full-time team of 12 and a turnover of £5m p/a by 2025.adopt.an.intern.graduate.jobs.uk.scotland.internship.joy.lewis.aai..png The Role Inverroy Crisis Management Limited requires a creative and ambitious individual to help develop the organisations digital and social branding with the aim of generating new leads for the growing business. Within this role your main tasks will revolve around marketing analysis and will include, but not be limited to: • Managing the digital and social media footprint of the business • Content creation for various online channels and media • Analysis of the performance of the website in relation to the number of new leads created • Day to day implementation of emails and social media content creation • Ensuring most effective tools in place to support development plans Requirements Inverroy Crisis Management Limited would like to hear from enthusiastic applicants, who are creative and have a high level of attention to detail. You will be a good team player with the ability to work on your own initiative and be adaptable in responding to changing project priorities. To be successful in this role you will: • Be educated to degree level or experienced in a relevant discipline such as Marketing etc • Have excellent communications skills • Be proficient in marketing communications such as social media, with the ability to compose engaging and well-written content • Have excellent organisational skills with a high level of attention to detail • Have experience in using Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook & social media platforms Applications from candidates with experience working within Marketing are preferred. Application Closing date for applications is 23 July 2018, 12 noon. Interviews will be held on 3 August 2018.

Posted 8 days ago
By Inverroy Crisis Management Ltd

Salary £9/ hour
Deadline 23 July 2018
www.aai-talent.co.uk

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Job : Box Office Supervisors

Underbelly seeks dedicated and hard working Box Office Supervisors for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival As a Box Office Supervisor, you'll be directly assisting the Senior Box Office Manager and the Box Office Manager by facilitating the day to day running of the box offices during the Fringe. For more information and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 2 months ago
By Underbelly

Job: Director or Programme

Do you want to transform lives through reading and writing? Scottish Book Trust is looking for an experienced and dynamic Director of Programme to be a strategic lead and inspire staff performance. Do you want to transform lives through reading and writing? Scottish Book Trust, a national charity, is looking for an experienced and dynamic Director of Programme to be the strategic lead on national programme development, managing high profile stakeholder relationships and inspiring ambitious staff performance. As a member of the Senior Management Team, you will have a direct influence on the future direction and impact of the charity in achieving its strategic aims. This is a permanent full time (35 hours per week) post. Please note the interviews are due to take place on Friday 3rd August For further information, please contact recruitment@scottishbooktrust.com (recruitment@scottishbooktrust.com), or visit the lin below >>>

Posted 24 days ago
By Scottish Book Trust

Salary £45,000-£55,000
Deadline 23 July 2018
www.scottishbooktrust.com

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Job: Company Administrator

Stellar Quines is looking for a part-time Company Administrator with 2 years professional experience in an administrative role, and an interest in Stellar Quines to join their busy team in Edinburgh. Stellar Quines’ vision is to be Scotland’s leading touring theatre company, inspiring excellence in women & girls supported by our mission to celebrate the value and diversity of women and girls by making brilliant theatre, provoking change, nurturing artists and empowering participation. Part-time: 21 hours per week, Ideally the candidate will have experience in office management, including establishing and maintaining procedures and operating systems (including working with external suppliers) reviewing and managing policies, health and safety, and legal compliance. They will also have book-keeping experience, payroll and/or experience of administrating an accounts system such as Xero. They must have proficient IT skills, ideally in Mac and PC, with working experience in the Office 365 suite and CRM systems. To apply please send the following documents to hello@stellarquines.co.uk A current CV (max 2 pages, including referees) A letter that includes; why you are an appropriate candidate for the post, answering the Company Administrator Job Description (max 2 pages) Equalities Monitoring form Please also tell us how you found out about the post. For further information and to apply, please contact hello@stellarquines.co.uk or follow the link below >>>

Posted 17 days ago
By Stellar Quines

Salary £22,000 (pro rata FTE)
Deadline 23 July 2018
www.stellarquines.com

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Job: Tour Guide Creator

Following the sucess of our London based tours we are now looking to take over EDINBURGH! We are a international development charity based in London who create immersive events and experiences in London to fun raise for our cause. We are looking for someone who has a experience in working on guided tours, knows Edinburgh very well, is creative, dynamic and playful. We are a small team where kindness and personality are at the heart of what we do, you'd would be a (long distance) member of our team with a chance to meet us all properly during The Fringe this year :) The role will be on a freelance basis with duties including: - Coming up with new ideas for the themed tours - Writing the script, plotting the route. - Laising with local businesses - Laising with the London team If you think this is the role for you we would love to hear from you!

Posted 16 days ago
By Child.org

Job: Company Administrator

Stellar Quines’ vision is to be Scotland’s leading touring theatre company, inspiring excellence in women & girls supported by our mission to celebrate the value and diversity of women and girls by making brilliant theatre, provoking change, nurturing artists and empowering participation. We are seeking a part-time (21 hours) Company Administrator with: • 2 years professional experience in an administrative role • experience in office management, including establishing and maintaining procedures and operating systems (including working with external suppliers) reviewing and managing policies, health and safety, and legal compliance • book-keeping experience, payroll and/or experience of administrating an accounts system such as Xero • proficient IT skills, ideally in Mac and PC, with working experience in the Office 365 suite and CRM systems • an interest in the work of Stellar Quines. Further informaation available on the website or email hello@stellarquines.co.uk

Posted 14 days ago
By Stellar Quines

Job: Eurocities Youth Programme Curator

Exciting opportunity to curate the Youth Ambassador programme within the high profile Eurocities Conference & AGM; Edinburgh 28-30 Nov 2018. Arts/ culture/ youth participation backgrounds welcome. If you have a background in arts, culture, youth participation and engagement and are an experienced events co-ordinator then we would like to hear from you. The position is offered on a self-employed / consultancy basis and requires a dynamic, creative self-starter who contributes well as part of a team. If you are flexible and adaptable, blending new ideas with the planning and delivery needs of the Conference, this is an opportunity for you. We are seeking someone who can start immediately, and available to work • approximately 2.5 days per week until the end of August • full time (36 hours worked Monday to Friday) from 1st September to 27th November • full time (12 hours daily approximately) during the 3 days of the Eurocities Conference 28th - 30th November • 2.5 days per week from 1st -15th December 2018 The fee for the contract will not exceed £13,459.80 (£20.21 per hour). Payment will be by monthly invoice paid in arrears. Any extra hours worked during the Conference dates would be adjusted for over September to November by arrangement. The successful applicant must be registered on the procurement framework and must confirm their status as self-employed. The contract will end on 15th December 2018. The key tasks are: - to be first point of contact with the Eurocities organising team in Brussels for the youth programme - liaise with senior managers and elected members in the Council - curate the youth ambassador programme with the Edinburgh and Brussels conference planning team (co-ordination of up to 100 Youth Ambassadors from European cities) - co-ordinate engagement in the Conference by a small group of Edinburgh Youth Ambassadors - work with the youth ambassadors in the run up to the conference to ensure they are able to influence the conference programme - support the youth programme and routes throughout the conference - be available throughout the conference as the key contact for the youth ambassadors - help with planning and conference delivery - report to Edinburgh Eurocities Planning Group and the Lifelong Learning Strategic Manager (Creativity, Health and Wellbeing) Key skills: - highly organised - good understanding and experience of youth participation and engagement - creative approach - experience of events and/or conference planningand management - excellent communicator face to face and by email For further information, please contact lorna.macdonald@edinburgh.gov.uk (Lorna Macdonald), or call 0131 469 3381,

Posted 2 days ago
By City of Edinburgh Council

Job: Promotional Street Team

Out of Hand Scotland are recruiting for Hand-to-Hand Street Team Distributors to join us starting this weekend up until the end of September. Candidates must have experience in distributing promotional flyers, engaging in conversation with the general public and being good communicators. Please apply with a copy of your most recent CV and cover letter and briefly explain why you would be most suited for this position? Look forward to hear from you soon. Kind Regards, Chloe

Posted 2 months ago
By Out of Hand Scotland

Salary £7.83 /hr
Deadline 24 July 2018
Out of Hand Scotland

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Job: Events Management and Marketing Support

About the Organisation The Scottish Commission for Learning Disability (SCLD) is the lead strategic partner to the Scottish Government in the delivery of learning disability strategy and policy. They are an intermediary organisation for the learning disability sector in Scotland, and are committed to finding new and better ways to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities. Their goals Promoting engagement and dialogue with: • People with learning disabilities and carers • Professionals; policy officials, service providers Leading Innovation and collaboration in: • Service design and delivery • Practice, support and advocacy Building and disseminating evidence about • Lived experiences of people with learning disabilities A key part of their work is facilitating Scotland’s Learning Disability Week and Scotland’s Learning Disability Awards. The Role SCLD requires a creative and organised individual to support the Event Management of the 2019 Learning Disability Awards. Within this role your main tasks will include, but not be limited to: • Marketing and promotion of the Learning Disability Awards • Using corporate branding to design the collateral for the 2019 Learning Disability Awards • Co-ordinating judging panels • Managing filming logistics for the finalists and be involved in location support of filming across Scotland • Supporting the development of a robust communications plan linked to the Award Categories • Supporting the planning of the Awards Event for 300 guests • Creating and administering a feedback survey to past Award Winners to evaluate the impact of winning a Learning Disability Award Requirements SCLD is looking for an ambitious and creative individual. The successful candidate will be educated to degree level in events management, or other related disciplines. You should be able to demonstrate: • You are a confident and effective communicator • You have excellent organisational skills and a high level of attention to detail • You are comfortable in a collaborative working environment • You can compose engaging and well-written content e.g. social media, written reports • You are proficient in InDesign or equivalent design software • You can travel across Scotland Previous experience in events management would be helpful, but is not essential. Application Closing date for applications is 25 July 2018, 12 noon. Interviews will be held on 14 August 2018.

Posted 8 days ago
By The Scottish Commission for Learning Disability

Salary £18000
Deadline 25 July 2018
www.aai-talent.co.uk

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Job: Events Management and Marketing Support

Location: Glasgow £18,000 per annum Full-time for 9 months Start date: 10 September 2018 Closing date: 25 July 2018, 12 noon Interview date: 14 August 2018 About the Organisation The Scottish Commission for Learning Disability (SCLD) is the lead strategic partner to the Scottish Government in the delivery of learning disability strategy and policy. They are an intermediary organisation for the learning disability sector in Scotland, and are committed to finding new and better ways to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities. Their goals Promoting engagement and dialogue with: • People with learning disabilities and carers • Professionals; policy officials, service providers Leading Innovation and collaboration in: • Service design and delivery • Practice, support and advocacy Building and disseminating evidence about • Lived experiences of people with learning disabilities A key part of their work is facilitating Scotland’s Learning Disability Week and Scotland’s Learning Disability Awards. The Role SCLD requires a creative and organised individual to support the Event Management of the 2019 Learning Disability Awards. This role includes creative and design elements around the awards brand identity. Within this role your main tasks will include, but not be limited to: • Marketing and promotion of the Learning Disability Awards • Using corporate branding to design the collateral for the 2019 Learning Disability Awards • Co-ordinating judging panels • Managing filming logistics for the finalists and be involved in location support of filming across Scotland • Supporting the development of a robust communications plan linked to the Award Categories • Supporting the planning of the Awards Event for 300 guests • Creating and administering a feedback survey to past Award Winners to evaluate the impact of winning a Learning Disability Award This is an incredible opportunity to join a passionate purpose-driven team to deliver a well-defined creative, artistic and socially interactive project. In this role you will have the opportunity to share your creative and organisational expertise whilst expanding your professional network. Requirements SCLD is looking for an ambitious and creative individual. The successful candidate will be educated to degree level in events management, or other related disciplines with a strong artistic eye and understanding of brand presentation. You should be able to demonstrate: • You are a confident and effective communicator • You have excellent organisational skills and a high level of attention to detail • You are comfortable in a collaborative working environment • You can compose engaging and well-written content e.g. social media, written reports • You are proficient in InDesign or equivalent design software • You can travel across Scotland Previous experience in events management would be helpful, but is not essential. Application Closing date for applications is 25 July 2018, 12 noon. Interviews will be held on 14 August 2018. Please submit a CV and covering letter through the Adopt An Intern online application form on our website. All applications must be submitted by 12 noon on the closing date. State A) your availability and B) relevant information on your skills/experience pertaining to the job specifications. We do NOT accept email applications unless otherwise stated. Successful candidates must, by the start of the employment, have permission to work in the UK.

Posted 6 days ago
By The Scottish Commission for Learning Disability

Opp: Exhibition Opportunity

Paid exhibition opportunity for an artist to get involved with the creation, content and running of a pop up art gallery/venue during the festival. I have an exciting new gallery opening on Dublin Street in Edinburgh. If any artists would be interested showcasing their work or helping host a commercial exhibition, we would be very interested in getting into contact with you!  The space is modern, minimal and we are looking to open as soon as possible. It is currently operating as a co-working space for creatives and entrepreneurs and we are looking to open a pop up gallery/exhibition on the evenings. Similarly, we would like to hold exhibition parties. If you, or anybody you know is looking for a space to exhibit your art please message me.  We are looking for a number of artists to display/create content to get things up and running very soon. Hit me up for a chat with your ideas on how to fill this space and get people to it!

Posted 7 days ago
By Kingsford Art Gallery

Job: PR Assistant

Mobius is a PR, marketing, distribution and printing agency for theatre, comedy and dance, working in London, on touring around the UK and at the Edinburgh Fringe, where they have worked on press for clients for 15 years. Clients include Chris Thorpe, Le Gateau Chocolat, Ad Infinitum and the From Start to Finnish showcase. They're seeking an Edinburgh-based PR Assistant to work from 1-22 August, hours from 10am-6pm, Mon-Fri and 10-1pm Saturdays, based at their flat in the West End. The position is entry level and would suit someone who has studied public relations, or any performing arts discipline, and is interested in gaining experience for a career in arts marketing/PR. Duties will include making press cuttings, booking press tickets, looking after clients at interviews and helping with social media. Mobius is offering the UK living wage of £8.75 p/h plus payment in lieu of holiday entitlement. Interested? Email elin@mobiusindustries.com with a CV and brief covering note.

Posted 2 days ago
By Mobius

Job: Director

Leading and developing a major visitor attraction with a hands-on role in managing day-to-day operations, the successful candidate will be creative, strategic, commercial, and be able to demonstrate strong people management & development experience. To be successful in this role you should have strong operational management experience and proven ability to successfully manage and execute projects.

Posted 9 days ago
By Crawick Multiverse

Job: Partnership Manager with FutureX

Location: Edinburgh Part-Time, 20 hours per week for 12 weeks (potential for extension) Competitive salary depending on experience Closing date: 27th July Starting date: w/c 20th August Interview date: 6-8th August About the Company FutureX is perhaps not like your traditional company. They put their values above everything else and truly believe that they are building a better work through business. They work to harness the power of entrepreneurs to tackle some of the world's greatest challenges. Along with individual programmes, they host international summits and retreats that bring together visionaries, movers, shakers, trendsetters, entrepreneurs, and educators, with the aim of creating a better world through business. From high profile conferences attended by 1000+ delegates, through to bespoke, immersive retreats and programmes for groups of 10 or less, their events vary markedly in terms of scale, style, and tone. They all, however, share a customary attention to detail and personal touch that sets them apart, promoting purpose-driven business values in the UK and beyond. The Role As a Partnership Manager you will play an integral part in the growth of the company, assisting the team at FutureX on a variety of business development, strategic planning and relationship building across all our programmes, events and projects. These will include but are not limited to, the following responsibilities. • Using and refining our CRM systems (online and off) to ensure a high level of customer service and engagement is maintained throughout all our activities • Supporting the sales process by assisting in the creation of leads, proposals and presentations • Work with the leadership team to develop and implement strategies to build long-term, multi-year partnerships and sponsorship • Foster relationships within the entrepreneurial community both locally and internationally • Identifying new opportunities for business growth • Assisting with the delivery of vital operational processes, general business admin, and participating in team and client meetings • Working alongside our marketing strategy to position our partnerships and create content designed to attract entrepreneurs to our programmes • Attending business events and acting as a representative for FutureX • Maintaining regular contact and information sharing with our key stakeholders • Seeking feedback from partners and clients, and securing testimonials for promotional use You will report to the Managing Director and Operations Director, as well as working in close partnership with Head of Events and Marketing to sync up all our activity and output. FutureX believe in providing a safe space for our team to grow and flourish. All ideas, thoughts and opinions are welcomed as we work collaboratively as a team. We have embraced a flexible working policy which is designed to empower our team to manage their workload in whichever format is optimal for them. We believe this allows people greater ownership of productivity and provides a greater sense of accomplishment and quality of life. Requirements FutureX is looking for a bright, confident and proactive person who is passionate about making a positive impact on the world through their work. You may apply whatever your academic background as long as you can prove you have the skills and experience to do the job. A background is business management or marketing would be useful. You must have good IT and administrative skills, be confident and personable when dealing with people, and have excellent oral and written communication skills. You will be able to respond to tasks and work confidently and efficiently. You will be collaborative and work well with other teammates, while being comfortable working alone when necessary. The successful candidate will be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and be able to problem-solve quickly. You will be required to use your personal laptop for work and we may ask you to take additional security and data protections measures to secure your laptop. Within this role you will develop and utilise business development skills, and have the opportunity to expand your professional network, whilst empowering a dynamic and innovative young company. If this opportunity both scares and excites you, we want to hear from you.

Posted 17 days ago
By FutureX

Job: Full-stack PHP Developer

We're now on the lookout for an ambitious full-stack developer who is passionate about digital innovation. A meticulous eye-for detail, a love of processes, a loathing for bad code and a sense of humour are all must-haves. You’ll be making a significant contribution to a diverse range of exciting and complex projects from day one. Working as a key part of a friendly, open-minded team, you’ll be closely supported by our amazing technical director. As a minimum you’ll be expected to have: A degree in Web Technologies or a related field (or a comparable level of work experience). Strong PHP development skills. Strong HTML5, CSS3, javascript/jQuery and responsive design skills. Experience with configuring and customising Drupal and WordPress. Experience using MySQL databases. Experience with using Git. You’ll have also previously: Worked in a team. Worked on complex web applications. Worked according to UX best practice. Gained experience in a similar commercial role. Installed and managed sites on a Linux-based server. The role will be full-time and based in our awesome Edinburgh office, slap bang in the middle of Leith’s vibrant creative scene. The contract offered will be permanent with rapid career advancement options available. On top of this, the company offers a range of great benefits including flexible working hours, generous paid holiday allowance, pension scheme, cycle scheme, provision for social events and an employee share scheme. In order to apply for the role, send your CV and some portfolio examples in a single PDF or URL to work@starbit.co.uk. Please note that there will be a two stage interview process including a trial day, both of which must be attended in person.

Posted 13 days ago
By Starbit ltd

Salary £23,000 - £26,000
Deadline 27 July 2018
starbit.co.uk

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Opp: Nurturing Talent Fund [ Funding ]

Are you aged 11 – 25 and want support with a creative or artistic idea? Why not apply to the Nurturing Talent Fund? Are you aged 11 – 25 and want support with a creative or artistic idea? Why not apply to the Nurturing Talent Fund? Creative Scotland’s Nurturing Talent – Time to Shine Fund aims to support the artistic and creative ideas of young people aged 11 to 25. We want to award funding to young people that show ambition, enthusiasm or talent in their chosen art form and require some financial support to develop or promote this further. Funding may also be awarded to those who face significant barriers to access, such as rural isolation or additional support requirements. For more information and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 24 days ago
By Creative Scotland

Job: Hotel Housekeeping Team members

City centre hotel looking for housekeeping public area cleaner, supervisor, and room attendant to work full time (35-45h/week) on a permanent basis. Payment 8.00 - 8.60 / h. You can apply by sending your CV and contact details to attila@omnifn.com

Posted 22 days ago
By Omni Facilities Management

Job: Street Team

Edinburgh Fringe promotional staff - we are looking for two enthusiastic flyerers to join our independent company for the Edinburgh Fringe 2018. As our street team, you will be promoting our fantastic comedy and magic show, working alongside and liaising with professional performers to grab any opportunity to spread the word. This will include hand to hand flyering, helping out with press opportunities and organising street stunts. The position is from 2nd - 26th August, 5:30pm - 7:30pm but if you are not available for all the dates we can be flexible. Please email below with your contact details and a bit about yourself and any relevant experience.

Posted 10 days ago
By Ingenious Fools

Job: Collection and Research Assistant

COLLECTION AND RESEARCH ASSISTANT: PRINT ROOM, LIBRARY & ARCHIVE (BAND 7) FULL-TIME, FIXED-TERM - 3 YEARS The NGS Research Resources comprise three study facilities across the Edinburgh sites: The Library and Print . The main function of this post is to support the provision of access to the facilities at Modern Two. To this end, the post incorporates a degree of flexibility, but with public access at its core. The post-holder will split their time between the Prints and Drawings Study Room and the Reading Room, and we welcome applications from candidates with a broad knowledge of and interest in the history of art. The Works on Paper Collection at Modern Two covers a broad range of graphic art from the early Renaissance to the present day. The Collection brings together over 50,000 works on paper, including 38 watercolours by J.M.W. Turner, bequeathed to the gallery by Henry Vaughan in 1900. Other highlights of the historic Scottish and European collections include drawings by Blake, Gainsborough, Leonardo, Poussin, Ramsay, Raphael, Rubens, Seurat and Wilkie, plus works by Dürer, Rembrandt, Piranesi, Goya and Scottish printmakers D.Y. Cameron and William Strang. The modern & contemporary collections include masterpieces by artists such as Beckmann, Freud, Kandinsky, Klimt, Matisse, Picasso and Pollock. The collection is international in scope with a strong holding of British and Scottish graphic art. Contemporary holdings include works by Richard Wright, Martin Boyce, and Julie Roberts. The Prints and Drawings Study Room at Modern Two is open to the public by appointment. The Archive & Library Collections at Modern Two are a specialist resource for the study of the history of art. The Archive and Special Collections have a primary focus on modern and contemporary art, and are particularly renowned for extensive and world-class holdings of artworks, books, documents and photographs relating to the Dada and Surrealist movements. Newly located in Modern Two, the reference collection covers the history of art from the 14th century up to the present day. Overall, the collections comprise over 130 archival holdings, around 2,500 livres d’artiste and artists’ books, and a reference collection of around 100,000 titles covering all aspects of the history of art. Primarily servng the research needs of the Gallery’s curatorial and education staff, the material is also available in the Reading Room, by appointment, to researchers and students.

Posted 2 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland

Salary £17,960 - £19,139 per annum (pay award pending)
Deadline 29 July 2018
nationalgalleries.engageats.co.uk

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Job: Project Officer

Work with our international arm Ventures to support the Senior Projects Manager. [ Work hours: 35 per week, 6 month fixed-term contract ] About the role: We are looking for a dedicated and ambitious events professional to join the team as Project Officer. Out with our activities in the UK, Edinburgh Science Festival Ventures (ESFV), our international arm, runs a large-scale multinational operation and regularly presents work overseas. This post will primarily support the Senior Projects Manager in the management and delivery of commercial projects for ESFV. The role will involve an element of overseas travel throughout the contract. About you: The ideal candidate for this post will have project management and/or high-level administration experience gained in a festival or major events setting. You will be results-orientated with a keen eye for detail and comfortable with taking a key role in project delivery. Ideally you will be degree qualified in Business Administration or Events Management. A professional project management qualification would be desirable (such as foundation PRINCE2) as would experience of working overseas at events. How to apply: Click the link below to visit our dedicated careers portal. Please note that only applications submitted via our careers portal will be considered.To view the full job description visit http://www.sciencefestival.co.uk/about-us/jobs [ Interviews will be held on: Friday 3 August, 2018 ] For further information, please contact jobs@scifest.co.uk or follow the link below >>>

Posted 2 days ago
By Edinburgh International Science Festival

Job: Creative Director

£28,000 pro rata Part-time, 24hrs/wk (Mon- Wed) OVERVIEW The Creative Director, The John Byrne Award is a senior-level creative leader who can combine broad, conceptual thinking with proven digital expertise. In this role, you’ll develop and monitor the interactive experiences that are at the heart of The John Byrne Award’s outreach, marketing, and promotion. You’ll create and manage digital campaigns over web, social and email that combine our entrant’s work with in-house content. You’ll work closely with the CEO of The Iris Initiative to ensure that every experience is compelling and aligned to promote the charity’s aims. You will collaborate with student interns and external agencies, serving as a liaison between The John Byrne Award and its internal and external partners. MUST-HAVES CHARACTER. You’re enthusiastic, organised, proactive, flexible, friendly, inquisitive, reflective, creative and ambitious. DIGITAL EXPERTISE. Strong digital art and digital marketing capabilities. • Create and manage the digital marketing campaigns of The John Byrne Award, coordinating across website, social and email. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Mailchimp, Hootsuite, paid and organic. Write consistently on-brand copy to compliment image and video. • Guide student interns in creating beautiful, effective digital experiences. CREATIVITY. You’re an ambitious, maverick thinker familiar with innovative ways of working. • Develop new creative solutions within existing infrastructure, and new platform solutions outside our current offering. BRANDED EXPERIENCE. Understand The John Byrne Award brand and charitable aims and translate them into interactive, digital experiences for our users. COLLABORATIVE NATURE. You enjoy working with a range of people to achieve a common goal. • Practise clear, positive communication with staff and clients. • Present ideas persuasively to internal and external partners. ANALYTICS SAVVY. You’re well-versed in tracking/reporting analytics data, able to apply lessons learned and recommend improvements to meet defined aims. JOB REQUIREMENTS: • Experience as a Designer, Digital Marketer, Art/Creative Director or any other similar role. • Excels at digital storytelling, desktop and mobile. • Excellent conceptual skills and design sensibility. • Ability to consider and reflect upon unfamiliar social, political or technical concepts. • Excels at written and verbal communication. • Proven ability to handle multiple tasks under tight deadlines • Proven capability with Photoshop and Illustrator. • Familiarity with website building and hosting services NICE-TO-HAVES • Familiarity with HTML, CSS, JS, Sketch, Photoshop, CMS systems, mobile applications. • Photography experience • Video production skills • Experience of PR, writing press releases, personal PR network OUR CHARITY CULTURE We’re a small team with big aspirations. We believe passionately in the power of championing the creative output of young people in Scotland in order to put issues that matter on the national agenda. We want to affect the way that bright, young people in Scotland perceive their creative output and how their audience consume it. Our vision is a culture that isn’t afraid to ask difficult questions, looks as much inwards as outwards for inspiration, and that reflects what it stands for. We’re a close team, we sometimes socialise together in Custom Lane and we strive to ensure that our business aims and personal goals are mutually supportive. If you think that you can play a big role in helping us achieve our aims, we look forward to hearing from you. HOW TO APPLY Candidates should email Niall@Johnbyrneaward.org.uk with an attached CV telling us why you’d be a good fit for the role. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. All candidates will be emailed regarding the outcome of their application. Successful candidates will be invited to meet our team at an interview.

Posted 7 days ago
By The John Byrne Award

Job: Development Assistant [ Parental Leave Cover ]

The Lyceum is looking for an individual who will play a key supportive role in the theatre’s exciting and increasing fundraising activities. The Lyceum is looking for an individual who will play a key supportive role in the theatre’s exciting and increasing fundraising activities. The successful candidate will have excellent administrative skills and will assist the Development Director and Officer in their implementation of the ambitious development strategy. You will be a skilled multi-tasker with excellent communication skills, enthusiasm for the arts, and enjoy delivering a first class service for The Lyceum and its Patrons. For further information, please contact jobs@lyceum.org.uk (Ruth Butterworth), or call 01312484800, or follow the link below >>>

Posted 13 days ago
By Royal Lyceum Theatre Company

Job: Junior Designer

Scottish Indie publisher Floris Books is looking for an enthusiastic and skilled Junior Designer who has an eye for design, page layout, typography and illustration, and a head for project management. Responsibilities will cover all aspects of project management for adult and children’s books from receipt of manuscript through to preparing print-ready files. This will include sourcing, briefing and managing illustrators; artworking and typesetting/page design; conceptualisation and design of covers; and writing production specifications for print. For full details and how to apply, please visit https://www.florisbooks.co.uk/recruitment/ Closing date: 9am on Monday 30th July

Posted 17 days ago
By Floris Books

Job: General Manager

22 hours a month (approx. three days) Responsible to: the Ludus Baroque Board Start date: August/September 2018 If you’d like to be considered for this role, please send us: * a copy of your cv * up to 300 words telling us why you want to work for us * the names and contact details of two people we can ask about your suitability for the job Send your application and details to Richard Neville-Towle at [ info@ludusbaroque.co.uk ] You can also contact Richard for a full job description by email or call him on 07876 775007. We’re looking for an exceptional confident and able person to manage and administer Ludus Baroque, one of Scotland’s most prestigious early music ensembles. Founded by Richard Neville-Towle, Ludus give two gala performances every year of Bach’s B minor Mass (August) and the Christmas Oratorio (December). We also have events throughout the year for our supporters, the Amici. This is a part-time job and would suit someone with a portfolio career who is used to working on their own initiative, mainly at home. We’ll pay £6,000 a year for 22 hours work a month, approximately three days. What skills you need to work for us You should have: the ability to work on your own initiative and be able to carry out your tasks efficiently and accurately and not be afraid to ask for help if you need it excellent personal skills and a genuine interest in getting to know who we are – the board, musicians and singers – as well our audiences including Amici, guests and sponsors exceptional written and verbal skills and ideally the ability to write for social media outstanding computer skills (you should be familiar with Word, Excel, and Mailchimp) and ideally know your way around HTML coding for the website a good head for figures, you need to be au fait, or be quick to learn, XERO our accounting system and keep the organisation financially on track at all times a degree in circus skills as the ability to prioritise and manage your workload in the run up to a concert is vital a sense of humour also helps you don’t need to know the ins and outs of the music world to work with us, but it would help if did have some understanding of how the arts sector works

Posted 14 days ago
By Ludus Baroque

Salary £6,000 pa
Deadline 31 July 2018
www.ludusbaroque.co.uk

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Job: Freelance graphic design project

Wanted! Imaginative freelance graphic designer, or illustrator with graphic design skills, to bring vibrant colour, pattern and definition to a highly decorative 3D product by new company, Thistle 3D Wall Art. You need to be comfortable with bold colours, and have a sense of how to use colours and patterns to change perceptions of shape. Please send link to your portfolio/website in the first instance. Fee £1,250 depending on experience

Posted 8 days ago
By Heather Walker Edinburgh

Salary Fee £1,250 depending on experience
Deadline 31 July 2018
heatherwalkeredinburgh.co.uk

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Job: Engagement Officer

Voluntary Arts Scotland is looking to recruit a part-time Engagement Officer, passionate about creative participation, to complement its existing team based in Edinburgh. Voluntary Arts Scotland champions and supports thousands of local voluntary arts groups across Scotland. Working with a network of national voluntary arts umbrella bodies, Voluntary Arts Scotland provides a single national voice for the diverse voluntary arts sector. Having successfully secured an increase in funding from Creative Scotland, Voluntary Arts Scotland is now in a position to grow its current team. This is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to help Voluntary Arts Scotland make significant progress towards its strategic aims and objectives - you will be working in partnership with Creative Scotland to support and champion the arts in Scotland. The focus of the Scottish Government on participation and engagement, in relation to Scottish culture and identity, makes this a particularly existing time to join Voluntary Arts Scotland. This new role is about connecting Voluntary Arts Scotland to people and place. Are you passionate about equality of access and inclusion in Scotland’s diverse cultures? Have you the patience, flexibility, energy and enthusiasm to seek out and advocate for everyday creative cultural activity that may be out of the spotlight of other nationally-funded arts organisations and venues? Are you a natural at relationship development- keeping in touch with people and working in partnership to identify developmental needs, networking opportunities and signposting? Can you prioritise where to make most impact in a large and varied sector? If so, this is the role for you. The post-holder will focus on identifying voluntary arts activity that is not part of the more traditional structure of so-called umbrella bodies such as guilds, associations and membership organisations. We want to better understand the development needs of informal networks, how we can we best include them in our guidance to the sector and what we in turn can learn from participants that we can share with others. [ Hours: 22.5 hours per week ] [ Interviews: Wednesday 15 August 2018 in Edinburgh ] For full details and to apply, please download the job pack from - https://www.voluntaryarts.org/Work-with-us. If you would like an informal, confidential discussion about the post please contact Jemma Neville, Voluntary Arts Scotland Director, on 07792 442 335 or email jemma@vascotland.org.uk For further information, please contact jemma@vascotland.org.uk or click on the link below >>>

Posted 2 days ago
By Voluntary Arts Scotland

Salary £15,154 (based on £25,257 pro rota)
Deadline 31 July 2018
www.voluntaryarts.org

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Job: Art & Design Technician

The opportunity has arisen to join this successful, lively and forward-thinking Art & Design Department at this prestigious 5 – 18 HMC school of 1220 pupils, which was named Sunday Times Scottish Independent Secondary School of the Year 2018. Dollar Academy is set in a beautiful central location, about 40 minutes north of Edinburgh. We are looking for a capable and enthusiastic individual with the ability to inspire and motivate pupils. An Art and Design qualification and a strong background in the creative arts are essential. The post is permanent, part time and term time. Further details and an application form can be found on the Academy’s website. The opportunity has arisen to join this successful, lively and forward-thinking Art & Design Department at this prestigious 5 – 18 HMC school of 1220 pupils, which was named Sunday Times Scottish Independent Secondary School of the Year 2018. Dollar Academy is set in a beautiful central location, about 40 minutes north of Edinburgh. We are looking for a capable and enthusiastic individual with the ability to inspire and motivate pupils. An Art and Design qualification and a strong background in the creative arts are essential. The post is permanent, part time and term time. Further details and an application form can be found on the Academy’s website.

Posted 23 days ago
By Dollar Academy

Job: Director

Craft Scotland is looking to appoint an experienced, dynamic and influential leader. Together with the Board, the Director (Chief Executive Officer) will be responsible for setting the strategic direction of the organisation and for delivering our aims and objectives. The Director will lead a diverse programme which increases opportunities for makers and develops their creative and business practice, while growing public awareness, understanding and appreciation of craft. The successful candidate will build on an exciting period of growth and success, as the national development agency for craft expands its reach and commitment to quality and excellence. As an inspirational champion for the sector, you will drive action, build partnerships and influence a wide spectrum of people and organisations, from makers to cultural institutions, government agencies to funders. You will be a supportive and motivating team leader, with a track record of business planning, project management, financial control and fundraising / income development. You should have an understanding of and be ambitious for the sector, with a passion for contemporary craft. Craft Scotland is an Equal Opportunities Employer, we are committed to equalities, diversity and inclusion, and we encourage a diverse range of applicants. If you have any special requirements either to complete your application or in order to attend an interview or have any other questions, then please get in touch. INFORMATION Please refer to the Recruitment Pack for more information, downloadable from our website. Salary: Circa £40,000 subject to skills and experience KEY DATES Application deadline: 5pm, Friday 3 August 2018 Interviews: week of Monday 13 August 2018 (tbc) APPLICATIONS Please visit https://www.craftscotland.org/careers/director-2018 for more information and full application details.

Posted 9 days ago
By Craft Scotland

Salary £40000
Deadline 03 August 2018
www.craftscotland.org

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Job: Piano Teacher

Teachers at ESM are contracted on a self-employed basis and are required to be available during their contracted hours each week during school term time. The position typically requires working afternoons and evenings as the majority of lessons take place between 3 - 8pm Monday to Friday. It’s important to understand that in the early stages, it may take some time to build up a large portfolio of students. There are different levels of teachers and pay grades which are determined by experience, number of pupils taught and years of service within the school. Hourly wages range from £24 - £30. Candidate Requirements All teachers must hold a degree in Music and/or grade 8 in their first instruments Teachers must posses musical competence and knowledge of their instruments, plus a commitment to, and understanding of, the teaching and learning process Have at least 2 years teaching experience Hold a full UK driver’s licence and have access to a car Full PVG disclosure (or be willing to become PVG members)

Posted yesterday
By Edinburgh School of Music

Job: Singing Teacher

Teachers at ESM are contracted on a self-employed basis and are required to be available during their contracted hours each week during school term time. The position typically requires working afternoons and evenings as the majority of lessons take place between 3 - 8pm Monday to Friday. It’s important to understand that in the early stages, it may take some time to build up a large portfolio of students. There are different levels of teachers and pay grades which are determined by experience, number of pupils taught and years of service within the school. Hourly wages range from £24 - £30. Candidate Requirements All teachers must hold a degree in Music and/or grade 8 in their first instruments Teachers must posses musical competence and knowledge of their instruments, plus a commitment to, and understanding of, the teaching and learning process Have at least 2 years teaching experience Hold a full UK driver’s licence and have access to a car Full PVG disclosure (or be willing to become PVG members)

Posted yesterday
By Edinburgh School of Music

Opp: Royal Institute of Oil Painters [ Call for Entries ]

The ROI seeks work in oils and is the only national art society devoted exclusively to oil painting. Artists are invited to submit works for exhibition alongside members of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters (ROI) at their Annual Exhibition 2018. Any artist over 18 may submit. Acceptable media: Oils. Acrylic and water soluble oil paint is acceptable if it is framed as an oil, so as not to spoil the general appearance of the exhibition. For more information and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted one month ago
By Mall Galleries

Opp: Freelance Curator

Poppyscotland wish to appoint a Curator Consultant to work with us in developing our collections curation for our exciting new Moving Poppy project. Poppyscotland wish to appoint a Curator Consultant to work with us in developing our collections curation for our exciting new Moving Poppy project. The consultant will be expected to work closely with the other consultants and staff developing the project. The curator will be required to complete the preparation, transport and installation of the objects for the Moving Poppy, to contribute to staff training in person and in a handbook, and to contribute to maintenance of the exhibition. The curator will also sit on our Collections Steering Group and advise on the management and maintenance of our collections and may undertake curatorial work as the group decides. This may include: • developing and organising new collections to expand and improve educational and research facilities • maintaining records and cataloguing acquisitions • researching, compiling and preparing written information about catalogues • collaborating with other institutions • ensuring that collections are properly preserved Full brief available in link. Funded by the Chancellor using LIBOR Funds and Heritage Lottery Fund. For further information, please contact i.campbelllupton@poppyscotland.org.uk or follow the link below >>>

Posted -23 days ago
By Poppyscotland

Job: Marketing Officer

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the External Relations team at the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in the new role of Marketing Officer. For more information and to apply for the roll, follow the link below >>>

Posted one month ago
By The Royal Scottish National Orchestra

Salary £20,000
Deadline 30 August 2018
www.rsno.org.uk

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Job: Assistant Curator

It's uncovering new stories, and expanding the horizon of our knowledge It’s working as one team to deliver impressive projects. And it’s the satisfaction of presenting, and promoting, one of the world’s greatest and most diverse art collections. This is what makes working for Royal Collection Trust so exceptional. In terms of both quality and diversity, our collection of art is breath-taking, with works dating from the 1400s to the present day. It's a 'living' collection, yet there are fascinating stories here that have lain untold for decades. Joining the team at the heart of uncovering these at Holyroodhouse, you'll help to research and bring them alive – not just through inspiring exhibitions but also displays,, presentations and catalogues. Developing your own expertise, as well as the teams' knowledge, you'll also share your discoveries with a wider audience through presentation and interpretation. At the same time, you'll make sure the collection is expertly maintained and preserved, and will edit and update existing online records, ensuring they are accessible and easy to navigate. Drawing on expertise from teams across Royal Collection Trust, collaboration will be part of your daily routine and will be key to your success. And as developing your curatorial skills, you'll bring people closer to a truly unique history. About You: With a relevant degree and a clear interest in and knowledge of Western Art history, you'll be an asset to our team. You'll have previous experience of working in a museum or art gallery with an existing understanding of creating displays and exhibitions. You've used cataloguing database systems previously and have a working knowledge of relevant practices and the challenges of working with a historic collection. With an eye for detail and good command of relevant IT programs, you'll be confident presenting works through online platforms. You also have an excellent understanding of the preservation and conservation issues that relate to various works of art including paintings, photographs, decorative surfaces and prints and drawings. Being methodical with strong administration skills, you'll be able to plan and deliver large scale projects and, being self-motivated, means you'll also be comfortable working independently to achieve consistently high standards. As an exceptional communicator with a proactive approach, you'll enjoy collaborating with team members and colleagues who are specialists in their own field. For further information, please contact recruitment@royal.uk or click on the link below >>>

Posted 2 days ago
By Royal Collection Trust

Salary £23,000 per annum, pro rata
Deadline 01 September 2018
www.everydayexceptional.royal.uk

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Job: Scottish Actor Needed

Fuora Dance Project is seeking a Scottish 35+ strong male actor with competent movement skills, strong Scottish Accent to join the company for rehearsals and touring of its production 'W-hat About?'

Posted 2 months ago
By Fuora Dance Project

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 6 months ago
By Dewar Arts Awards

Job: Head of School Communities

Do you want to transform lives through reading and writing? Scottish Book Trust, a national charity, is looking for an experienced Head of School Communities Programme to lead our high profile and creatively excellent programmes delivered in schools. Are you: • an excellent communicator and influencer • skilled at managing high profile external stakeholder relations • knowledgeable about arts, literature and education policy in Scotland • experienced at senior management level • a motivational team leader This is a full time (35 hours per week) permanent position. Please note the interviews are due to take place on Wednesday 25th or Thursday 26th July. For further information and to apply for the role, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 17 days ago
By Scottish Book Trust

Salary £32,000-39,000 (under review
Deadline 16 July 2019
www.scottishbooktrust.com

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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