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Job: Digital Solutions Project Manager

Job Summary To lead and manage digital business solutions and related technology projects with a view to providing “Digital First” solutions which form part of NGS digital transformation programme. Key Responsibilities • To lead and manage digital and information technology projects through all stages of their lifecycle in line with agreed programme and project management standards of National Galleries of Scotland. • To proactively identify and achieve buy-in for digital business solutions that implement digital transformation across the galleries from both a back-office and visitor-facing perspective. Working closely with the project teams and stakeholders at various levels across the organisation. Leading solutions through to implementation. • Provide day-to-day management and leadership to the project teams to ensure delivery of deliverables/solutions. • Working with stakeholders to scope integrated digital solutions in line with their requirements, key strategies and the requirements of overall technical architecture of NGS. • Research and lead innovations within the area of digital technology. • Liaise with and manage suppliers in the delivery of project objectives and services. • Line management of Digital Solutions Analyst.

Posted 15 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland

Job: Digital Solutions Analyst

Job Summary Managing and creating digital solutions and technologies across NGS whilst working in a collaborative manner with key users in departments within an overall strategic direction of being “Digital First”. Key Responsibilities • Working with stakeholders to scope digital solutions in line with user requirements, key strategies and the requirements of overall technical architecture of NGS. • Designing, implementing, testing and supporting digital software and hardware solutions to specified requirements and quality. • Reviewing and modifying business processes and service designs with a view to being aligned with the technology solutions and moving to “digital first” solutions. • Provide day-to-day management and administration of digital solutions and technologies. • Research and lead innovations in the application of digital technology as part of a wider collaborative team. • Liaise with and manage suppliers in the delivery of project objectives and services.

Posted 15 days ago
By NationalGalleries of Scotland

Job: Digital Solutions Analyst

Job Summary Managing and creating digital solutions and technologies across NGS whilst working in a collaborative manner with key users in departments within an overall strategic direction of being “Digital First”. Key Responsibilities • Working with stakeholders to scope digital solutions in line with user requirements, key strategies and the requirements of overall technical architecture of NGS. • Designing, implementing, testing and supporting digital software and hardware solutions to specified requirements and quality. • Reviewing and modifying business processes and service designs with a view to being aligned with the technology solutions and moving to “digital first” solutions. • Provide day-to-day management and administration of digital solutions and technologies. • Research and lead innovations in the application of digital technology as part of a wider collaborative team. • Liaise with and manage suppliers in the delivery of project objectives and services.

Posted 15 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland

Job: Events Editor, The Skinny

The Skinny seeks an Events editor for Scotland, working from our Edinburgh office. They will be responsible for the collation and upload of events listings; the creation of the Zap, the weekly top ten events email; and writing the monthly Heads Up calendar for the print magazine. We need someone who is highly organised, loves lists and enjoys a good spreadsheet but can also write fluently and eloquently. Our events listings need to reach the widest possible audience, so a knowledge of writing for online is required. The nature of the job means that the editor must be able to alter their writing style, employing both an engaging personality-filled tone (in the Zap, and Heads Up) and a more pared-down summarising style where appropriate. A working knowledge of SEO best practice is desirable, as is experience in digital marketing. We need someone who has a highly trained eye for detail, who may well have been accused of being a bit of a pedant, who cares about going the extra mile to get the job done to the highest possible standard. They will have a passion for and a good knowledge of cultural events in the area, and will take pride in researching what's going on in venues across the cities in order to communicate the information to our readers. Essential: * Excellent working knowledge of Excel or equivalent spreadsheet package. * Experience of using content management systems. * Editing / writing skills – proven ability to produce clean, accurate copy. * Experience writing for web. * Excellent communications skills. * A keen eye for detail. * Passion for culture. * Ability to work both independently and as part of a team. * Highly self-motivated with impeccable time management skills. Anticipated start date: 23 October 2017 This role is full time, permanent with salary of £15,600 per year. To apply: Send a cover letter and CV to jobs@theskinny.co.uk along with two writing samples – one 100-word event preview and one 250-word review of a venue of your choice. Please include Events Editor in the email subject line. **DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 9AM Monday 18 September** Any questions, please email kate@theskinny.co.uk

Posted 8 days ago
By The Skinny

Salary 15600
Deadline 18 September 2017
www.theskinny.co.uk

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Job: Marketing Assistant/Marketing Executive

Bright Red Publishing is a multi-award winning independent publisher, producing the best possible material for the Scottish secondary school market. With a small team of seven, we publish the broadest range of Study Guides in Scotland along with our unique BrightRED Digital Zone. We strive to be innovative, both in the material we produce and the way we reach our audiences. We are seeking a talented and independent Marketing Assistant or Marketing Executive who will fit in with a close-knit team and provide all round marketing services to our varied school, trade and consumer markets. Ideally, the candidate will start by end October 2017. Depending on experience, the Marketing professional’s responsibilities will include: • Delivering a broad range of marketing and sales activities to schools, bookshops and consumers using a wide variety of channels. • Creating/maintaining annual marketing plan to fit academic year and publication schedule. • Utilising social media marketing to a high level. • Writing engaging content for print and online. • Organising logistics at targeted events and parents’ nights throughout the year. • Working closely with publishing teams on publication schedules, sample page creation and advanced orders building for new titles. • Assisting the team with shared responsibility of replying to customer queries and general office tasks. Person Specification: Essential • Marketing experience within creative industries across variety of channels. • Up-to-date social media experience across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, including content creation. • Proven background in writing content for print and online channels and different audiences. • Ability to use content management systems and e-mail building platforms. • Exceptional communication and relationship-building skills. • Pro-active, collaborative and flexible approach. • Good time management and confidence to work independently. • Strong attention to detail and methodical approach to work. Highly Desirable • Experience of working in a publishing house, or other creative industry. • Knowledge of Scottish Education system/interest in educational publishing. • Full driving license (and access to car if possible). Qualifications • Educated to degree level. • Publishing or Marketing qualification highly desirable. Application details: To apply, please send a CV along with a covering letter stating your current salary and notice period to Sabrina Maguire at info@brightredpublishing.co.uk. Informal queries are also welcome via email. This role will have a six-month probationary period. Please visit our website for more information on Bright Red Publishing www.brightredpublishing.co.uk

Posted 7 days ago
By Bright Red Publishing

Job: Digital Marketing Apprentice

A modern, vibrant co-educational school for 2 to 18 year olds. Housed on two characterful sites near the centre of Scotland’s capital, the school provides the best in 21st century education and is designed to be small enough to cater for the unique talents, needs and ambitions of all. The overall purpose of the job is to actively engage with all appropriate aspects of digital media to assist with the promotion and marketing strategies. Formal training in support of this role and the development of the apprentice will be provided through QA.

Posted 2 months ago
By QA Apprenticeships

Salary £240.00 per week
Deadline 19 September 2017
apprenticeshipsinscotland.com

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Job: Digital Marketing Manager

Digital Marketing Manager, The John Byrne Award 16 hours/ week (Thursday-Friday) £20,000 pro-rata We’re a fast-growing charity supporting the creative expression of values. We deliver the creative competition, The John Byrne Award across Scotland. We’re looking to recruit a passionate and experienced Digital Marketer to design and implement a thorough digital marketing strategy for two days a week. A creative collaborator, sharp planner and swift executor, you’ll have responsibility from the word go, lots of creative freedom and the opportunity to play a central role in growing our charity. We’re looking for someone with the following: Character: • enthusiastic • organised • proactive • flexible • loves learning • friendly Exceptional ability in: • written communication • personal organisation Experience: • managing digital marketing campaigns over multiple platforms, particularly social and email. • monitoring web analytics. • iteratively improving digital marketing campaigns. Nice to have: Knowledge of the Scottish secondary and/or tertiary education sector; digital marketing automation tools; coding; photography and film; digital editing software; graphic communication; fundraising; event management; a creative vocation. The role: Responsibilities: • Designing The John Byrne Award’s marketing campaign in consultation with CEO and Creative Director. • Managing The John Byrne Award’s digital marketing campaigns over multiple platforms, particularly social and email. • Assisting in the delivery of The John Byrne Award where required. Benefits: • You’ll be taking the lead on creating and launching your own campaign- it’s a brilliant opportunity to take a big step up in your career. • Joining a fun and dynamic team in an open-plan creative office ([Custom Lane]). • 25 days holiday (pro rata), pension contributions up to 4% and a flexible working pattern. How To Apply Candidates should email Niall@Johnbyrneaward.org.uk 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 for an informal interview.

Posted 5 days ago
By The John Byrne Award

Salary 20000
Deadline 24 September 2017
www.Johnbyrneaward.org.uk

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Job: Creative @ Bright Side Studios

Join the Bright Side! Are you a motion graphics wizard? A 3D magic maker, creative coder or inventive interactive designer? If so we want to hear from you! Bright Side is hiring and is on the look out for a positive, can do bright spark to join their team. Please send your CV & your showreel to join@brightsidestudios.co.uk

Posted 11 days ago
By Bright Side Studios

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, please contact francisdosoo@gmail.com (francisdosoo@gmail.com), or call 07942740832,

Posted 7 months ago
By Above A Sleeping City

Job: Performance & Events Officer

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

Posted 6 months ago
By Aberdeen City Council

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

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Job: JQuery Instructor required

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

Posted 10 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 9 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 2 years ago
By Knitting For All Ltd