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Job: Pottery teacher

We are looking for a pottery teacher to help build our expanding curriculum.

Posted 9 days ago
By Edinburgh design school

Opp: Creative Practitioner for Zero Tolerance

Zero Tolerance is looking for a creative practitioner to create new visual materials with partner organisations to enhance public understanding of men’s violence against women and girls. This commission may suit a photographer, but we are open to other forms of artistic expression such as film making, and other visual arts. The artist will use Zero Tolerance’s 1992 slogans and posters as a starting point. Franki Raffles (1955-1994) was the photographer who created the initial 1992 campaign http://www.frankirafflesarchive.org/projects/zero-tolerance/ Her genius was the ability to communicate a complex subject in a way which was simple, effective and easily understood by a broad range of people. For further information, please contact info@zerotolerance.org.uk (Liz Ely), or call 01315567365, or visit http://www.zerotolerance.org.uk/news/applications-open-creative-practitioner-produce-new-campaign-materials-zero-tolerance

Posted one month ago
By Zero Tolerance

Job: Designer/ Developer

We need a creative designer with front end dev chops to join our small team. Digital design isn’t flat. It isn't a PSD or a Sketch file. It’s CSS movement, it's responsive, it has layers and joyful interactions. We want a designer who gets it. We are looking for someone who can’t stop at the design but wants to develop the experience. You will understand what we mean by ‘design in browser’, and are comfortable living in two worlds. You don’t have to be a hardcore coder who spends their weekends playing with APIs, but you know enough to bridge the gap. Enough to make. Salary negotiable based on experience and how awesome you are.

Posted 20 days ago
By CreateFuture

Salary £35,000
Deadline 24 February 2017
www.createfuture.com

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Job: Digital Marketing Consultant

Can you pull together a kick-ass marketing plan with reach and ROI (and then actually deliver it?). CreateFuture are looking for someone to join our small but perfectly formed team to build up our digital marketing capability. You'll love working fast and thinking on your feet, ideally in design sprints onsite with clients You can turn strategy and plans into action You’ll be detail driven and interested in technology Most importantly you’ll be a people person who loves getting to know your clients and who’s comfortable working with really senior stakeholders We don’t need someone who just knows how to produce pretty presentations (as important as these are!) You’ll work with us on brands like the BBC & Penguin Books. You'll be involved in everything that we do - including growing our business - but will take responsibility for planning and conceiving effective, engaging digital experiences. The serious bits: 3 years+ experience in a fast moving environment Edinburgh based, able to travel and work on clients across the UK and US Full time, permanent contract Package is up for discussion We're a young business but we’re mature and growing and you'll get to share in that success. Salary negotiable based on experience and how awesome you are.

Posted 20 days ago
By CreateFuture

Salary £50,000
Deadline 24 February 2017
www.createfuture.com

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Job: Digital Communications Officer (part time, 0.6FTE)

Digital communications play an increasingly important role in achieving Creative Carbon Scotland’s mission and objectives. The Digital Communications Officer will take a lead on managing current digital platforms and tools and developing new content and resources to ensure our outcomes are achieved across cultural and sustainability sectors, as well as managing the Communications Strategy with the CCS Producer. Salary: £23,000 pro rata (0.6FTE) + up to 3% of salary in pension contributions matching employee’s contributions Hours: Part time (0.6 FTE). A 22.5 hour week with a degree of flexibility on both sides. Flexible working and Job Sharing: Creative Carbon Scotland welcomes proposals for flexible working or job-share, subject to the needs of the role being satisfactorily fulfilled. This is a fixed term contract until 31 March 2018. Continuation of the contract is anticipated subject to funding. Main purpose of job: - Development and delivery of CCS’s digital strategy; - Development and delivery of CCS’s communications strategy with CCS Producer; Main Responsibilities: 1. Development and delivery of CCS’s digital strategy: - Ongoing maintenance of, and leading on the re-development of CCS website; - Creation of digital content including video, photographic, graphic and written content, digital resources, stakeholder reports, event documentation, and monthly newsletters; - Coordination of digital services including public webinars and video conferences; - Coordination and development of internal I.T. systems and procedures 2. Development and delivery of CCS’s communications strategy: - Ongoing review and development of CCS’s communications strategy with CCS Producer; - Delivering, with support from CCS team members, a range of promotional materials and online presence for regular projects and events; - Management of social media channels including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; - Supporting the development of an evaluation process to assess CCS’ progress in achieving its key objectives; - Press & PR. 3. CCS Strategy & Team support: - Contribute to devising and delivering CCS’s overall strategic mission - Contribute to weekly team planning and evaluation meetings - Assist the wider team with project delivery as appropriate Deadline: Midnight, Sunday 26 February

Posted 23 days ago
By Creative Carbon Scotland

Job: Communications Executive

Vegware produces, manufactures, and distributes packaging made from plants. We like to tell the world how great we are and we want someone brilliant to help us do it. You’ll be supporting Vegware’s business strategy by enhancing the company’s market position. Our ideal candidate can effectively communicate complex technical information to a range of internal and external stakeholders; someone with exceptional writing ability who can structure an argument well and tell a compelling story. Aside from social media and web content, you’ll be doing this through high quality POS material like posters, flyers and brochures, as well as press releases, film scripts and adverts. In return, we offer the opportunity to a join a dynamic, creative, and ambitious team, unlimited coffee and a competitive salary. Please send a one-page cover letter, CV, and salary expectations to hr@vegware.co.uk by 5pm on Monday, 27th February. Interviews will be conducted early in March. Skills and knowledge required *1-2 years’ experience in a communications role *Outstanding written communication skills across a range of print and digital platforms *Demonstrable social media campaign experience *Proficient in Office365; particularly PowerPoint *Able to work with a range of teams and people across the company Advantageous *Degree in Communication, Journalism, English, or related subjects *Basic HTML *SEO, SMO, and SMM *PR: experience in producing press releases and generating exposure *Experience in online brand management *Experience working with a creative team; producing clear briefs *Available immediately You must be reliable, well-presented, articulate and highly motivated with excellent interpersonal skills. You will be pragmatic and able to manage stakeholder expectations and you must be flexible and willing to adapt to a fast-paced working environment. You should demonstrate an interest in environmental issues.

Posted 6 days ago
By Vegware

Deadline 27 February 2017

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Opp: The Inches Carr Trust Graduate Craft Awards OPEN FOR APPLICANTS

These are new awards for the advancement of craftwork either undertaken in or associated with Scotland. The first awards were made in 2016. Up to four awards will be made each year. Each award will be £2,500. Applicants for the 2017 awards must have graduated in 2013, 2014, 2015 or 2016 from one of the following Scottish art schools: Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design Edinburgh College of Art Glasgow School of Art Gray's School of Art Heriot Watt University School of Textiles & Design Royal Conservatoire of Scotland The purpose of the award is to encourage recent graduates to develop their skills and knowledge within the craft field. Applicants should explain how they would use the award to engage in a period of research and development in creative practice. Examples of possible uses might be: Innovative investigation of processes and materials Exploration of aspects of developing a sustainable practice Development of work with the potential for commercial application An apprenticeship or mentoring arrangement (a letter of support should be included with the application; apprenticeships or mentoring arrangements are not limited to the UK) Travel with a specific plan for creative development (draft itinerary and plan should be included with the application) Further learning in the field of craft (not including formal college or university diploma or degree courses) Applications are now being accepted

Posted 8 days ago
By Inches Carr

Job: Developer

The List provides the UK's leading guides to events and entertainments, and listings data is at the heart of all our activities. We have invested heavily in new systems to manage and publish the data and as a result we are creating a new role. The appointee will report to lead Data Developer and support the day to day operation of the sourcing, gathering, managing, and merging of events data and in further developing the company’s infrastructure as a member of the team. For more information visit: https://www.list.co.uk/job/1913-developer/?utm_source=sftwnewsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=sftw-26-january-2017

Posted 23 days ago
By The List

Job: Screenprinting Technician

The post of Screenprinting Technician is pivotal to ensuring the smooth and dynamic operation of our busy open-access printmaking studio. The post holder's expertise and enthusiasm for the medium will define the quality and reputation of screenprinting at Edinburgh Printmakers. In addition to ensuring the smooth running of the department and providing troubleshooting assistance for artist members, the print studio has set programmes of events and activities, such as print edition projects with invited artists and education opportunities for the public and specialist groups. The post holder will be directly involved in the delivery of these programmes. For further information and to apply, please visit http://www.edinburghprintmakers.co.uk/vacancies

Posted 7 days ago
By Edinburgh Printmakers

Job: Programme Facilitator

Cultural Enterprise Office is developing an eight week evening programme ‘Design Your Practice’. The programme is focused on recent arts graduates and those embarking on a creative freelance career. The programme will enable emerging creatives to establish themselves and proactively design their future. It will be piloted in Glasgow Summer 2017 with a roll out across Scotland planned later in 2017. Design Your Practice enables creatives the right skills for successful creative freelance career providing effective transitional support between academic learning and the world of work. Drawing on resources from our Starter for 6 programme for creative start-ups (2010 – 2017), our previous courses and our industry expertise, we will cover the following topics: •Costing and pricing your work •Marketing your services •Planning and business structures •Finance and administration. The successful candidate must have and demonstrate the following: •An established and sustainable creative practice of five years minimum •Experience working collaboratively with individuals and organisations •Experience delivering and presenting as part of their practice •Commitment to the development of creative industries in Scotland •Commitment to equal opportunities in the arts •Commitment to supporting young creative people in Scotland The total fee available for delivery and preparation is £1,000. All materials for the programme will be supplied. Although we do not have a date for the commencement of the programme we expect to launch it in the early summer of 2017. We are recruiting this post now so they can have an input into the course materials. Please submit a short covering email, CV and two references to our Head of Programmes David Smith, david@culturalenterpriseoffice.co.uk by 17.00 on Thursday 9 March. Interviews will be held on Monday 20 March.

Posted 3 days ago
By Cultural Enterprise Office

Job: Communication Designer

Cultural Enterprise Office is developing an eight week evening programme ‘Design Your Practice’. The programme is focused on recent arts graduates and those embarking on a creative freelance career. The programme will enable emerging creatives to establish themselves and proactively design their future. It will be piloted in Glasgow Summer 2017 with a roll out across Scotland planned later in 2017. Design Your Practice enables creatives the right skills for successful creative freelance career providing effective transitional support between academic learning and the world of work. Drawing on resources from our Starter for 6 programme for creative start-ups (2010 – 2017), our previous courses and our industry expertise, we will cover the following topics: •Costing and pricing your work •Marketing your services •Planning and business structures •Finance and administration. We are looking for a graphic designer or illustrator to collaborate with us to create the course materials. This would suit a communication designer or recent graduate with the relevant experience. We are looking for a bold, engaging and distinctive style to form the visual language and tools for the programme. The total fee available for this work is £1,600 which we are calculating as 8 days at £200. The work produced will be available under a Creative Commons license. Please submit a short covering email, CV and two references to our Head of Programmes David Smith, david@culturalenterpriseoffice.co.uk by 17.00 on Thursday 9 March. Interviews will be held on Monday 20 March.

Posted 3 days ago
By Cultural Enterprise Office

Job: Senior/middleweight graphic designer

Studio MB, a specialist design agency based in Edinburgh, is looking for a passionate and imaginative graphic designer to join its evolving creative team. We are a leading exhibition design company working with museums, heritage destinations and brand environments throughout the UK and abroad. We create meaningful, immersive experiences that live long in the memory of all those who visit. We continue to win new projects of national and international significance and so need to expand our design team. This is an excellent opportunity to develop your creative skills, as no two projects are ever the same! Whether your experience comes from retail, exhibition, branding or packaging design, we’re looking for someone who can fill the gap, even if you’re crossing over from another discipline. You will need to demonstrate an ability to produce emotive designs, each requiring a fresh and innovative approach and will work closely with the directors and design principal to craft engaging designs that really wow our existing clients and help us win new work. Doing everything on a project from initial design concepts to final artwork, you’ll need not only great ideas, but also great attention to detail to make sure all the graphic communications are perfect. We are looking for someone who: - has an outstanding breadth of work and an exceptional portfolio - pushes creativity and innovation - is capable of taking a brief from initial concept to final output - works with detail, consistency and accuracy - understands how people think, interact and engage with your design solutions - is able to coordinate with clients as well as a broad range of other team members – graphic designers, 3D designers, film-makers, lighting and AV designers, contractors and architects - has excellent communication skills - able to take creative direction and feedback - demonstrates strong time management and organisational skills; is able to deliver projects on schedule and within a budget - has an in depth knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop) How to apply: To be considered for this role you will need to provide a CV and a PDF or online portfolio of your best work. Previous experience within the museums sector is not essential. If invited to interview candidates may be required to respond to a creative brief and to pitch it to the interview panel. To apply, please send your CV, a covering letter detailing your present notice period and salary and a portfolio by email to hello@studiomb.co.uk. Applications directed to any other email address will not be considered. Please note that due to the volume of response, only those candidates shortlisted will be contacted.

Posted 9 days ago
By Studio MB

Job: Summer Arts Teaching in St Andrews

For 30 years Oxbridge Academic Programs has led academic summer programs in the UK. Oxbridge has led Oxbridge at St Andrews, a program held on the campus of the University of St Andrews since 2015. Oxbridge seeks applications from teachers and artists for several courses offered in the creative arts. Each faculty member teaches Major and Minor classes in a subject. Major classes run from 9.00am until lunchtime each day, including Saturdays. Minor classes run for two hours three afternoons a week. These are separate classes – the Major is a relatively in-depth study of the subject while the Minor is a series of highlights that act as a 'taster'. The emphasis is on having fun in a creative and academic context and engaging the students – so classes include short breaks, activities and debates, time for independent study and to make work in studio, short walking tours and local trips to sites of curricular interest (museums, locations to write/sketch/photograph.) It's not about cramming students' heads, but indulging their enjoyment of learning and the arts. Teachers have significant freedom to design their own course, teaching to their own enthusiasms and areas of expertise, with the aim of inspiring and enthusing students for the subject. Arts courses culminate in an exhibition. COURSES Creative Writing Staging Shakespeare Photography Public Speaking DATES: June 17 to July 18, 2017 CANDIDATES: Applicants should be graduates. A graduate qualification completed or underway preferred. APPLICATION PROCESS: To apply, email a CV and a brief cover letter to: Justin Bangs, Associate Director of Faculty at justin@oxbridgeprograms.com. Candidates should identify in the cover letter the course or courses in which they are interested. Examples of the teacher's own work or lessons with students are welcome, though not required. For further information, please contact justin@oxbridgeprograms.com (justin@oxbridgeprograms.com), or visit http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com

Posted 2 months ago
By Oxbridge Academic Programs

Job: OPERATIONS AND FINANCE MANAGER

The Skinny is well established as Scotland and the North’s largest arts and events magazine, we reach 330,000 readers/issue in print across our six cities and 125,000+ readers/month on theskinny.co.uk. In 11 years of business this is our inaugural advert for this core role and we are looking for an impeccably driven, creative individual to join our management team and provide the organisational savvy and accounting firepower to drive the business forwards. Our Operations and Finance Manager will plan, direct and coordinate all of Radge Media’s operations and in house accounting. You will be responsible for improving performance, efficiency and profitability through the implementation of effective methods and strategies. You will work alongside the Editor in Chief, oversee the company’s Assistant Bookkeeper and you will provide advice and guidance to upper management on future operational development and financial plans. The goal of this role is ultimately to enable the company’s leaders to make sound business decisions and meet The Skinny’s development objectives alongside those of other Radge Media products including Fest and the Student Handbook. For more information and to apply please contact: kyla@theskinny.co.uk with your CV along with a cover letter (maximum two pages) explaining how you meet the specified criteria and why you are attracted to the role. Hours: Flexible depending on candidate but will require a minimum of three days/week and can be up to full time for an exemplary candidate.

Posted 8 days ago
By The Skinny

Salary £22,000 pro rata
Deadline 17 March 2017
www.theskinny.co.uk

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Job: Choir coach

Coach a choir through 4 piece harmony

Posted 4 days ago
By Sing in the City

Opp: RSA John Kinross Scholarships

The RSA John Kinross Scholarships (£2500) are for final year and postgraduate artists and architects to spend a period of 6 to 12 weeks in Florence to research and develop their practice. Florence has been an inspiration to generations of artists and architects and this opportunity allows successful applicants to experience its magnificent history, study its art and architecture, learn the language and create a visual record of their experience. Ten artists receive an initial payment of £2,300 for travel, accommodation and subsistence, with the remaining £200 awarded on the satisfactory completion of the scholarship. Artists are required to use this autonomy to their best advantage. ELIGIBILITY Fine Art: Applications are invited from students in their Honours or post-graduate years of study at one of the following art schools in Scotland (Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and UHI). Architecture: Applicants must be RIBA Part 2 students in their final year, or currently attending a Masters programme, at one of the five Scottish Schools of Architecture. Group work is not admissible. For more info and to apply please visit: www.royalscottishacademy.org For further information, please contact opportunities@royalscottishacademy.org or visit http://www.royalscottishacademy.org/artist/the-rsa-john-kinross-scholarships/

Posted one month ago
By The Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture

Job: Music Teacher's Toolbox: Figurenotes (CPD)

For all music educators and practitioners. Valuable CPD from the leading organisation in inclusive music. Incorporate Figurenotes into your music teaching toolbox and learn how everyone can play! See the full programme at www.figurenotes.org/currenttraining

Posted one month ago
By Drake Music Scotland

Job: Venue Coordinators

This is an exciting opportunity to join the team in an essential front line role at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017. Your role will ensure that specific elements of the Festival run smoothly, and that Public audiences and industry delegates have the best experience possible. The successful applicant will be confident in working with staff, volunteers and the public, and have experience of working on events in a technical or production or front of house capacity. You will be the face of each venue, acting as a central point of contact. You will work with an assigned Festival department: Films, Alternate Realities, Talks & Sessions, Marketplace, Production, Events and/or Box Office, to assist in the delivery of Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017 to the highest standard. For more information on job and person specification please see below. We are inviting prospective applicants to apply for this role by reading the full application pack found on our website and completing the downloadable application and equal opportunities forms. For more information and to apply: bit.ly/DocFestJobs For further information, please contact jobs@sidf.co.uk (Maria Stonema), or visit https://sheffdocfest.com/view/jobs

Posted 2 months ago
By Sheffield Doc/Fest

Opp: £800 Scottish Arts Club Short Story Award 2017

Author Alexander McCall Smith chairs the judging panel and will choose the winner of the 2017 Scottish Arts Club Short Story Competition. The competition is open to all writers, published and unpublished, over 16 years. Stories should be no more than 1,500 words and can be on any topic. The entry fee is £10. All funds raised through the competition will be channelled through the Scottish Arts Club Charitable Trust to support the arts in Scotland.

Posted 4 months ago
By The Scottish Arts Club Charitable Trust

Opp: £500 Isobel Lodge Award for New Scottish Writing

The Isobel Lodge Award is a special annual prize of £500 for unpublished writers over 18 years who enter the Scottish Arts Club Short Story Competition and were either born in Scotland, have their primary residence in Scotland or were studying in Scotland during the year of entry to the competition. "Unpublished" means that the writer has never had a book-length work of fiction or short fictional story purchased by a commercial publisher or magazine. Writers may still qualify for the Isobel Lodge New Scottish Writer Award if they have self-published a work of fiction. Authors of commercially published non-fiction may also submit stories for the Isobel Lodge Award. The entry form for the Scottish Arts Club Short Story Competition asks all entrants if they would like to be considered for the Isobel Lodge New Scottish Writing Award. Stories may be entered in both competitions simultaneously at no additional cost. The entry fee for the overall competition is £10 per story. In theory it is possible for one excellent story by an unpublished writer to win both the main Scottish Arts Club Short Story Competition prize of £800 and the Isobel Lodge Award of £500. As with the main competition, stories entered for the Isobel Lodge Award may be on any topic and should be 1500 words or less. Writers may enter as many stories as they wish. The selection of the story winning the Isobel Lodge Award will be by a panel of experienced readers along with Trustees of the Isobel Lodge Memorial Fund. Read Isobel's story www.sacctrust.org/isobel Stories short-listed for the Isobel Lodge Award will be published on the Scottish Arts Club Charitable Trust website in August 2017. Finalists for the Isobel Lodge Award will be invited to attend the Short Story Awards dinner to be held at the club on Saturday 14 October 2017, when the winner will be presented with £500. At the same event the overall winner of the short story competition will be announced. The Scottish Arts Club, located in Rutland Square, Edinburgh, has been in operation for more than 140 years. It provides members with a lively programme of talks, recitals, exhibitions and includes a great restaurant. The Club also has an active Writer’s Group. New members/visitors welcome. Call +44 (0)131 229 8157 For further information, please contact saramcbean@yahoo.com (saramcbean@yahoo.com), or call 01312251448, or visit http://sacctrust.org/isobel

Posted 3 months ago
By The Scottish Arts Club Charitable Trust

Opp: West Lothian Arts Grants

The West Lothian Council Arts Grants Scheme supports community groups and organisations to participate in, develop or promote the arts in West Lothian. Funding is available in a range of categories including the purchase of equipment, projects that support youth initiatives, forming a club, society or organisation, developing or advancing skills and creating new work. For more information visit: https://www.westlothian.gov.uk/article/5422/Community-Arts-Grants-Scheme

Posted 2 months ago
By West Lothian Council

Opp: Regular Funding Programme 2018-21

Regular Funding is one of Creative Scotland’s three routes to funding for arts, screen and creative organisations. Regularly Funded Organisations (RFOs) are a network of organisations across Scotland which, individually and collectively, form an important part of Scotland’s cultural sector, making a significant contribution to society: creatively, socially and economically. Regular Funding supports a breadth and range of arts and creative organisations and sustainable environments through which artists and creative people can deepen and deliver their work, their engagement with the public, and their professional networks. Regular Funding provides 3-year funding for organisations, and is one of the key means by which the ambitions, priorities and connecting themes highlighted in the Creative Scotland 10 Year Plan will be addressed. It provides stable support for a range of organisations and consortia across Scotland who make an important contribution to the development of the arts, screen and creative industries, enabling them to plan and deliver activities over a 3-year period. The first round of Regular Funding is now supporting our portfolio of 118 organisations receiving Regular Funding for 2015-18. We do not know at this stage what future Regular Funding budgets will be, however we have decided to open for applications now to enable enough time for the application, assessment and decision-making process. We will not make final decisions prior to receiving budget confirmation from the Scottish Government – currently expected in Autumn 2017. The minimum amount you can apply for through Regular Funding will be £150k over three years per organisation/consortium. There is no maximum amount, but given the limited resources likely to be available, please be realistic about the amount you are requesting. The budget may comprise a mixture of Scottish Government and National Lottery funding. For more information visit: http://www.creativescotland.com/funding/funding-programmes/regular-funding

Posted 2 months ago
By Creative Scotland

Opp: Regular Funding 2018-21

Regular Funding is one of Creative Scotland’s three routes to funding for arts, screen and creative organisations. Regularly Funded Organisations (RFOs) are a network of organisations across Scotland which, individually and collectively, form an important part of Scotland’s cultural sector, making a significant contribution to society: creatively, socially and economically. Regular Funding supports a breadth and range of arts and creative organisations and sustainable environments through which artists and creative people can deepen and deliver their work, their engagement with the public, and their professional networks. Regular Funding provides 3-year funding for organisations, and is one of the key means by which the ambitions, priorities and connecting themes highlighted in the Creative Scotland 10 Year Plan will be addressed. It provides stable support for a range of organisations and consortia across Scotland who make an important contribution to the development of the arts, screen and creative industries, enabling them to plan and deliver activities over a 3-year period. For further information, please contact enquiries@creativescotland.com (enquiries@creativescotland.com), or visit http://www.creativescotland.com/funding/funding-programmes/regular-funding

Posted 3 months ago
By Creative Scotland

Job: Workshop Support

In our Day Service in Edinburgh we currently have the following exciting opportunities for creative and motivated individuals with relevant craft, gardening or catering skills and experience of supporting adults with learning disabilities: Workshop Support Workers Salary scale £16,066 - £17,566 (pro rata for part time) Weaving Workshop: (Part time, 22 hours per week) Kitchen Workshop: (2 posts, 37 hours per week) Closing date: 12.00 noon on 17 March. Interviews: week commencing 27 March. Land Group: (37 hours per week) Closing date: 12.00 noon on 14 April. Interviews: week commencing 1 May. For full details and application packs visit our website

Posted 3 days ago
By Garvald Edinburgh

Opp: The Contemporary Crafts & Design Fair - Call for applications

Handmade in Britain are now accepting applications for their flagship craft event at Chelsea Old Town Hall. Following a show-stopping tenth anniversary event, Handmade in Britain will be returning to the Kings Road with their flagship Chelsea craft fair on Friday 10 November to Sunday 12 November 2017 (with a Private View evening on Thursday 9 November 2017). Handmade in Britain's Chelsea shows have become the top contemporary craft selling events for designer/makers in the UK. Individual makers working across the following disciplines are welcome to apply: ceramics, jewellery, fashion and textiles, glass, paper, furniture, metalwork, sculpture and interior accessories. For more information visit: http://www.handmadeinbritain.co.uk/

Posted one month ago
By Handmade Britain

Job: Art Director

CreateFuture are on the look out for a new Art Director! Take a look at this video for more information: https://youtu.be/WPYHhrTv1ww Get in touch and send your CV & portfolio to hello@createfuture.com

Posted 2 months ago
By CreateFuture

Job: Affiliate Content Producer

The List is the UK’s leading guide to arts and entertainment and we’re looking for a crack writer with commercial experience to help us expand and strengthen our affiliate and ticketing content and partnerships. The role will involve activities and tasks across our content, digital and commercial teams, and requires a strong understanding of CMS, creative thinking and attention to detail. You will have experience with analytics and a keen interest in online publishing trends. For more information visit: https://www.list.co.uk/job/1915-affiliate-content-producer/?utm_source=sftwnewsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=sftw-26-january-2017

Posted 23 days ago
By The List

Job: Account Manager

The List have an opportunity to join an award-winning team, gaining revenues from venues, festivals and brands for the UK’s leading events and entertainment guide. The focus of this post is to increase revenues from existing clients and acquire new business from a range of services including advertising, newsletters, promotions, content development services, and sponsorship. The candidate will be expected to source, negotiate and close key transactions over the phone and through face to face meetings. For more information visit: https://www.list.co.uk/job/1916-account-manager/?utm_source=sftwnewsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=sftw-26-january-2017

Posted 23 days ago
By The List

Opp: Exhibition -Call for Entries

Coburg House Gallery is now looking for proposals for exhibitions for 2017. It is a professional exhibition space ,with frontage on to Coburg Street in Leith. Suitable for established and new artists , solo and group shows, the rent for the space is set at a very affordable rate and provides a venue where artists can show their work and experience the processes involved in organizing an exhibition . Also available for one or two day events /meetings. For terms and conditions, floor plan and photos contact David Schofield on the email below.

Posted one month ago
By Coburg House Studios and Gallery

Opp: Call For Entries

Health for Life arts is pleased to announce a call for entries for their exhibition which will take place at Health for Life, 56 Montrose Terrace, Edinburgh EH7 5DP from Wednesday 19th October 2016, 5:00-7:00pm until Thursday 1st November 2016 with option for purchase. The evening event will coincide with the 12th Birthday Celebration of Health for Life Spinal Wellness Centre, and will also feature live music accompaniment and sparkling drinks. For more information please contact: healthforlifeart@gmail.com

Posted 5 months ago
By Health For Life Arts

Opp: Commission

Rhythm Machine is a nightclub which is founded on the idea that a city's music & contemporary art scenes should be intrinsically linked. From 2015-16, it was the sole resident nightclub at Edinburgh arts venue Summerhall & it is now based between Studio 24 in Edinburgh & The Art School in Glasgow. We are currently looking for artists for our May - December 2017 programme. For further information contact Francis Dosoo on 07942740832. For further information, please contact francisdosoo@gmail.com (francisdosoo@gmail.com), or call 07942740832,

Posted 8 days ago
By Above A Sleeping City

Job: Interwoven PR - Emoji Designer Wanted

Interwoven PR is looking for an Emoji Designer in Edinburgh to create some emojis for a PR campaign for a small social enterprise. We can pay - although very modest budget and would love to hear if you know anyone that could help? Fiona Stewart PR Consultant Interwoven PR 07940560453

Posted 2 months ago
By Interwoven PR

Deadline 27 December 2017

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Job: Assistant Designer

Speirs + Major are award-winning international designers who work with light. They currently have a position available in our Edinburgh studio for individuals with excellent design and visual communication skills and who have a passion for design. Applicants must be able to hand sketch and should be experienced users of Photoshop, AutoCAD, and a 3D software package, (Rhino, 3D Max etc.). Any experience of Revit would also be beneficial. Previous experience of lighting design is useful but is not essential. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with ability and experience. All applications must include a covering letter, CV and examples of work that demonstrate your thinking, your visual communication skills, and your interest in light. Portfolios should be in PDF format and a maximum of 10 pages and must include at least one example of each of the following*: 1. Hand sketch 2. Photoshop render or collage * Note that these must be predominantly your own work. If you are interested in this position, please contact: Contact: Karina Armburg Jennings E-Mail: opportunities@speirsandmajor.com UK work permit essential. Strictly no agencies. Speirs + Major are an equal opportunities employer.

Posted one month ago
By Speirs + Major

Salary Experience dependant
Deadline 31 December 2017

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Job: Java Scipt / JQuery Instructor required

Java Scipt / JQuery instructor required for delivering classroom courses in Edinburgh. May be asked to go onsite around Scotland. For further information, please contact justin@itrainscotland.co.uk (Justin Robertson), or visit https://www.itrainscotland.co.uk/ The deadline is Friday 20 April 2018 at 10:30.

Posted 3 months ago
By Java Script

Salary £300 per day + travel outside Edinburgh
Deadline 20 April 2018
www.itrainscotland.co.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 2 months ago
By Nude Life

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

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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 one year ago
By Knitting For All Ltd