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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: Street Arts Youth Worker

WHALE Arts Agency is looking for an experienced Youth Worker for outreach sessions on their successful Street Arts Project. Sessions take place on Thursday evenings (4.30pm- 8.30pm). The post holder for must be experienced in youth work and/or street work, confident at engaging with young people in a community setting and have a good awareness of the issues that affect young people today. The Street Arts Youth worker will work alongside a team of artists and volunteers to engage with young people on the streets of Wester Hailes. Street Arts is an award winning project supported by Children in Need that takes art out onto the streets of Wester Hailes with fun, free, creative sessions for young people. Artists collaborate with young people through street-based arts activities including photography, model making, multimedia, printing, dance, parkour, film-making, music, drama, storytelling, beat boxing, poetry, sculpture, drawing and more. The Team are out on Thursday nights making art with young people aged 5-16 all year round. Street Arts aims to raise aspirations, widen horizons and teach new skills, as well as showing young people that they can create art in their own environment. The Street Arts team supports young people to make a safe and inspiring space to create and play together. For the full job description and how to apply, please visit the WHALE Arts website: http://www.whalearts.co.uk/category/vacancies/

Posted 11 days ago
By WHALE Arts

Job: Digital and Communications Officer

The National Theatre of Scotland is seeking a Digital and Communications Officer to create and execute engaging and dynamic digital campaigns consistent with the National Theatre of Scotland’s mission and branding. For more information and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 4 days ago
By National Theatre of Scotland

Salary £22,000 (per annum)
Deadline 25 May 2018
www.nationaltheatrescotland.com

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Job: Creative Industries Officer [ Maternity Cover ]

We are looking for a Creative Industries Officer to support our work as the national development agency for Scotland’s arts, screen and creative industries. The post holder will be an active member of the Creative Industries team and will assess and make recommendations on a range of funding applications and projects involving digital innovation and creative technology. They will also be expected to lead on a number of different projects and support the wider work of the Creative Industries Team across a variety of different programme For more information and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 4 days ago
By Creative Scotland

Salary £26,276pa, pro rata
Deadline 25 May 2018
opportunities.creativescotland.com

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Job: Design and Marketing Assistant

Burness Paull is one of Scotland’s premier law firms with offices across Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow, serving clients in Scotland, the UK and globally. We are very proud of our brand, striving to challenge the conventional wisdom of what a law firm should look and sound like. Stylish and disruptive, our brand is not an afterthought but integral to our goal - to be the Best Scottish Law Firm in the World. We are looking to recruit a Design and Marketing Assistant for our Business Development and Marketing team in our Edinburgh Office. This is an exciting opportunity to gain experience in a varied and fast paced role. Key responsibilities: •Support the Lead Brand Designer with design, branding ideas and social media •Liaise with external suppliers regarding costings and quotes •Act as first point of contact for day-to-day design queries •Proof documents and suggest corrections •Provide research support for marketing and business development brand projects •Provide admin support to the marketing department as a whole It is essential that the successful candidate possesses: •A graphic design degree or equivalent experience (students completing a degree that involves graphic design will also be considered) •Good written and spoken English •An interest in marketing and visual media •Skilled in InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Word and PowerPoint ***As part of our recruitment process, we require applicants to submit 3 examples of their best work. Please email these directly to Joanna Macmillan (HR Assistant) at joanna.macmillan@burnesspaull.com***

Posted 14 days ago
By Burness Paull

Job: Producer [ Maternity Cover ]

Producer, Maternity cover: Full Time 35 hours per week, £26,000 per annum, fixed term contract for 12 months - PAYE Stellar Quines are seeking a talented and skilled person to fill the important role of Producer for a fixed term period of maternity cover. The Producer works collaboratively with the Artistic Director | CEO to help realise Stellar Quines’ artistic vision and strategic aims & objectives. They utilise a full range of creative and entrepreneurial skills in project development, company management, audience development and fundraising to help drive the company into the 21st century. For a full application pack and Job Specification, including details of how to apply please visit www.stellarquines.com or email hello@stellarquines.co.uk The deadline for applications is Friday 25th May at 12pm.

Posted 11 days ago
By Stellar Quines Theatre Company

Salary £26,000 per annum
Deadline 25 May 2018
www.stellarquines.com

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Job: Communications Officer

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER (BAND 5) FULL TIME, PERMANENT This a key support role in the Marketing and Communications Department, which leads the way in enabling NGS to communicate with visitors and potential visitors, to promote and publicise gallery activity. This is undertaken in partnership with many external agencies and by collaborating with colleagues across the organisation in curatorial, fundraising and many other departments. The team has close links with audiences, the collections, exhibitions, marketing, digital and publications. Under the direction of the External Communications Manager, this role supports the development and delivery of integrated communications plans for exhibitions and projects within each venue and across venues. The Communications Officer makes a key contribution to the team’s core function of maximising positive coverage for the NGS in the widest range of press and media, including mainstream online and print publications, broadcast media, social media, digital channels, and specialist art and trade publications.

Posted 14 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland

Job: Communications Officer Permanent

This a key support role in the Marketing and Communications Department, which leads the way in enabling NGS to communicate with visitors and potential visitors, to promote and publicise gallery activity. This is undertaken in partnership with many external agencies and by collaborating with colleagues across the organisation in curatorial, fundraising and many other departments. The team has close links with audiences, the collections, exhibitions, marketing, digital and publications. For more information and to apply for the role, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 4 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland

Salary £26,750 - £29,289 per annum
Deadline 27 May 2018
nationalgalleries.engageats.co.uk

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Job: Interdisciplinary Performance Officer

Creative Scotland is looking for an Interdisciplinary Performance Officer to join our Arts and Engagement Team, and support our work in this area, joining an energetic and dedicated team who are focussed on supporting the arts in Scotland.

Posted 8 days ago
By Creative Scotland

Salary £26,276 pa plus pension and benefits
Deadline 28 May 2018
www.creativescotland.com

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Job: Photographer [ Traverse Festival 2018 ]

The Traverse Theatre is looking for a creative and innovative In-house Photographer, who has the ability to capture the essence of the Traverse and its productions throughout the vibrant Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The photographer will be given the opportunity to access a variety of front of house and backstage areas and will be responsible for capturing: All production photo calls Full production photographs for Traverse Theatre Company productions Behind the scenes areas and activity The busy theatre spaces The buzz of the café bar and foyer spaces Other miscellaneous required scenes and individuals For more information and to apply for the positione, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 3 days ago
By Traverse Theatre

Job: Press Ticketing Assistant [ Traverse Festival - Temporary ]

The Traverse Theatre is currently seeking to appoint a temporary Press Ticketing Assistant to be responsible for the organisation and communication of press and media tickets during the Fringe Festival 2018. Your outstanding communication and interpersonal skills will be matched by your excellent organisation and time management. You will be highly computer literate with particular expertise in Microsoft Office and database management. A high level of accuracy and attention to detail is essential whilst also being able to work effectively to tight deadlines. Experience of working in the arts and prior box office experience, whilst not essential, would be an advantage. This is a temporary, full-time position from 25 July to 26 August 2018. For more information and to apply for the temporary role, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 3 days ago
By Traverse Theatre

Opp: Simply Beaming [ Call for Entries ]

[ Moving Image Open Call! ] EMBASSY and Maruseppu Art Residency (MAR) are excited to announce our open call for SIMPLY BEAMING - a pan-continental moving image showcase between Scotland and Japan! Alongside a number of selected artists, we’re inviting YOU (our members) to submit moving image work to for our showcase. We’re looking for anything that flickers between 0.1 seconds and 15 minutes. The selected work will be shown at MAR on 11th June and then subsequently screened in Hokkaido and Tokyo between 12 - 21st June. Additionally, there will be a screening event held at EMBASSY in July in which showreels of all the work will be displayed continuously for 2 days. For more information and to submit your entry, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 2 days ago
By Embassy Gallery

Job: Motion Designer

We're looking for a Motion Designer with 3 - 5 years experience in a relevant field or agency. Experience in After Effects and Adobe Creative Suite is a must. Knowledge of 3D workflow and compositing in Photoshop is a plus. We want you to bring it to the party and help us create award-winning stand out work that makes people sit up and take notice.

Posted 24 days ago
By Whitespace

Job: Just Festival Operations Manager

Looking for an exciting job opportunity this festival season? Join the Just Festival Team and support delivering quality events promoting social justice awareness, inclusion and diversity. Support Just Festival Director in programme delivery and box office management; to manage volunteer programme and front of house activities. [ Dates: 18th June 2018 – 31st August 2018 ] For more information and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 17 days ago
By Just Festivals

Salary £4,320 (£10.00 ph)
Deadline 01 June 2018
just-festival.org

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Job: Production Assistant

Edinburgh-based Tanami is on the hunt for a Production Assistant to join its busy, fast-growing team. Please email hello@tanami.co.uk for a full job specification and information around how to apply.

Posted 2 days ago
By Tanami

Job: Curator [ Photography ]

CURATOR (PHOTOGRAPHY) OF THE MACKINNON COLLECTION FULL TIME, FIXED TERM 3 YEARS (BAND 6) This is an exciting opportunity to work with the MacKinnon Collection—an outstanding collection covering 100 years of Scottish photography (1840s to 1950s), jointly owned by the National Library of Scotland (NLS) and the National Galleries of Scotland (NGS). The Curator, working with senior colleagues, will be responsible for the care, display and promotion of the 14,000 works in this key collection. The Curator will be employed by and based at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery (SNPG), part of the NGS, but also work with colleagues at the NLS. The post is funded thanks to a grant provided by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) towards the acquisition and promotion of the collection. The Curator will be expected to have an enthusiasm for, and developing knowledge of, photographs and photographic practice, with a particular focus on Scottish photography from the 1800s. The post holder will have lead responsibility for accessioning the works, and will work with colleagues across both institutions to provide access to the collection physically and digitally, and to interpret it in engaging and inspiring ways. He/she will create metadata and other description for the collection, and will curate an exhibition of this work which will take place at the SNPG. The postholder will subsequently organise and provide interpretation for a three-venue tour around Scotland and be responsible for the evaluations and reporting to the funding bodies. Purpose and Scope of the Job To be responsible for the care and display of the 14,000 objects within the MacKinnon Collection at the NLS/NGS. The Curator will play a key role in the promotion, touring, interpretation and evaluation of the new acquisition. The postholder will be an integral part of a team working on content, interpretation and activity, at the NLS and NGS, and provide information and reports to the HLF as required. The Curator will report to the Joint Project Managers, Graham Hogg, Curator, Rare Books, Maps and Music Collections, NLS, and Anne Lyden, International Photography Curator, NGS. The postholder will be expected to liaise closely with members of several departments involved in the project (Collections Care/Conservation, Digitisation, Access & Outreach, and Education) in both NLS and NGS.

Posted 3 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland

Job: Infrastructure Project Manager

INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER (Band 5) FULL TIME, FIXED-TERM 1 YEAR Job Summary To lead and manage major IT infrastructure projects that form the foundations of NGS digital transformation programme. Key Responsibilities • To lead and manage major IT infrastructure 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 major infrastructure improvements that contributes to the digital transformation programme 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 solutions in line with their requirements, key strategies and the requirements of overall technical architecture of NGS. • Liaise with and manage suppliers in the delivery of project objectives and services.

Posted 4 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland

Job: Summer Show Supervisor

Craft Scotland is looking for two individuals with retail experience to supervise the Summer Show. This is an ideal opportunity for those who wish to build on their existing customer service skills in a creative festival environment. You’ll be surrounded by exquisite pieces of craft and get the opportunity to meet talented makers. Excellent communication skills, and an ability to work effectively as part of a small team are all essential for this role. The successful candidates will be required to work either 10 or 20 days during the month of August. Craft Scotland will ask for your availability and a rota will be confirmed in advance of the show. The post will complement the existing Craft Scotland team. The successful candidates will ideally have an interest in the craft sector and have supervisor and retail experience. Training will be provided on the work for sale, the makers and craft in Scotland. Contract: 10 day temporary contract – all days to be worked between 31 July – 28 August 2018 20 day temporary contract – all days to be worked between 31 July – 28 August 2018 Pay: 10 day contract - £70 per day. £700 total fee (including holiday pay) 20 day contract - £70 per day. £1,400 total fee (including holiday pay) For more information and to apply follow the link below.

Posted 10 days ago
By Craft Scotland

Job: Festival Assistant

Edinburgh Art Festival are currently seeking to appoint three enthusiastic, efficient and dedicated Festival Assistants for the 2018 Festival, which runs from 26 July – 26 August. The selected candidates will play a key role in the delivery of events, supporting the Festival Coordinator in the management of the volunteer team and assisting with the invigilation of the Commissions Programme. For more information and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 4 days ago
By Edinburgh Art Festival

Salary £63 per day
Deadline 04 June 2018
edinburghartfestival.com

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Job: Head of Literature, Languages and Publishing [ Maternity Cover ]

Creative Scotland are looking for an inspirational and confident Head of Literature, Languages and Publishing to lead on Creative Scotland’s work in this area and to join our energetic and dedicated team who are focussed on supporting the arts in Scotland. For more information about the role and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 2 days ago
By Creative Scotland

Salary £38,745 pa plus pension and benefits
Deadline 05 June 2018
www.creativescotland.com

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Job: Fundraiser

Wasps is recruiting a Fundraiser to work across the company in key fundraising activity for both capital projects and our arts enterprise programme. Reporting to the CEO, the role will oversee key aspects of fundraising to achieve the delivery of several capital & revenue projects, in particular Inverness Creative Academy Phase 2 & our arts enterprise programme. To find out more about the role and to apply for the position, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 3 days ago
By Wasps Studios

Salary c.. £30,000 p/a
Deadline 08 June 2018
www.waspsstudios.org.uk

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Job: Dance Officer

Creative Scotland is looking for a Dance Officer to join our Arts and Engagement Team, and support Creative Scotland’s work in this area, joining an energetic and dedicated team who are focussed on supporting the arts in Scotland. for more information and to apply for the role, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 2 days ago
By Creative Scotland

Salary £26,276 (per annum)
Deadline 08 June 2018
www.creativescotland.com

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Job: IT Systems Administrator

Systems Administrator The Role We are looking for a part-time systems administrator for our studio. This role has up until now been covered by the current studio staff but we are looking to employ a dedicated administrator, initially on a part-time basis but with the potential for full time employment as the studio grows. Given the part time nature of the initial role we are happy to work with the successful applicant to find a working pattern that works for all parties. Responsibilities -Managing our Windows-based local network and Synology storage servers currently ~ 20 workstations and 30 render nodes -Identify and remediate storage (SAN/NAS) or network bottlenecks -Installation, configuration, administration and troubleshooting the studio’s file servers and individual workstation computers and render farm -Management and deployment of software licenses and subscriptions -Managing our backup schedules and checking all backups are completed -Monitoring and troubleshooting our renderfarm -Repair and upgrade computer hardware as required. Including adding CPU’s, RAM, swapping broken components -Planning for systems upgrades and the future technology and infrastructure roadmap of the studio Requirements -Experience configuring, maintaining and repairing computer hardware -Ability to challenge existing ideas -Organised and detail-orientated -Good networking skills including knowledge of network troubleshooting techniques -Firewall and network security -File server management, Synology NAS & SAN -Familiarity with or network administration within, a high bandwidth-requirement network environments, where fast transfer speeds and large file transfer are the norm, a plus -Knowledge of common post production software and hardware, a plus -Knowledge of a CGI or VFX pipeline, a plus -Knowledge of Active Directory domain and user management -Knowledge of command line administration and scripting (Python etc), a plus Application process To apply, please send your CV, cover letter and references to info at interferencepattern.com

Posted 7 days ago
By Interference Pattern Ltd

Job: Business Development and Sales Associate

WHAT YOU'LL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR: Crimson is seeking a strategic, results-oriented, collaborative, and tech-savvy Business Development & Sales Associate to join its UK and Ireland operations based in Edinburgh. We’re looking for someone with drive, collaboration and curiosity as the key characteristics. Working with the Local Area and Digital Marketing Teams to develop/enhance lead generation methods by identifying opportunities for campaigns, services, and distribution channels that to increase leads and sales Developing strong relationship with schools across Northern UK and Ireland and researching key industry players to support lead generation or develop partnerships Attending occasional industry events where relevant and provide feedback and information on market trends Identifying and interacting with prospective leads/customers, who are both students and parents/guardians, by introducing the Company, our values, and documenting the results of the calls within our CRM tool Establishing rapport with new leads to initiate the process of sales consultations Presenting, promoting and pitching Crimson products and ideas YOU JUST MIGHT BE THE PERSON WE ARE LOOKING FOR IF YOU HAVE: Bachelors/Masters degree from a Top 10 UK or top 30 US university (secondary school experience in the UK or Ireland is a plus) A go-getter with a proactive can-do attitude Experience in consumer facing roles Strong objection handling skills Excellent communication skills - written and verbal (public speaking experience is a plus) Experience with higher education in the US or the UK with a deep understanding of top universities’ application process Flexibility and adaptability to changing workloads and travel requirements An interest in changing the world through education

Posted 10 days ago
By Crimson Education

Job: Business Development and Sales Associate

WHAT YOU'LL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR: Crimson is seeking a strategic, results-oriented, collaborative, and tech-savvy Business Development & Sales Associate to join its UK and Ireland operations based in Edinburgh. We’re looking for someone with drive, collaboration and curiosity as the key characteristics. Working with the Local Area and Digital Marketing Teams to develop/enhance lead generation methods by identifying opportunities for campaigns, services, and distribution channels that to increase leads and sales Developing strong relationship with schools across Northern UK and Ireland and researching key industry players to support lead generation or develop partnerships Attending occasional industry events where relevant and provide feedback and information on market trends Identifying and interacting with prospective leads/customers, who are both students and parents/guardians, by introducing the Company, our values, and documenting the results of the calls within our CRM tool Establishing rapport with new leads to initiate the process of sales consultations Presenting, promoting and pitching Crimson products and ideas YOU JUST MIGHT BE THE PERSON WE ARE LOOKING FOR IF YOU HAVE: Bachelors/Masters degree from a Top 10 UK or top 30 US university (secondary school experience in the UK or Ireland is a plus) A go-getter with a proactive can-do attitude Experience in consumer facing roles Strong objection handling skills Excellent communication skills - written and verbal (public speaking experience is a plus) Experience with higher education in the US or the UK with a deep understanding of top universities’ application process Flexibility and adaptability to changing workloads and travel requirements An interest in changing the world through education

Posted 10 days ago
By Crimson Education

Job: Property Photographer & Videographer - Scotland

VistaBee is the UK's leading real estate video provider, we make incredible real estate marketing videos, professional photography and other digital products. Our clients include Google, Zoopla Property Group, Newsquest, Telegraph and over 1000 estate agency firms at present across the UK. Due to continuing expansion, we're adding to our Vista "Bee" team across Scotland We're recruiting talented and approachable DSLR Movie Makers and Photographers to join our team on a part time basis. The freelance roles are flexible and designed to fit around your existing commitments. We generally look for part time freelancers who are available 3 days a week but we can be flexible for the right candidates. We've got a fully automated production platform, where our Bees provide their availability and you're automatically allocated to the nearest shoot to match your skill set. Pay is by means of competitive rates and working conditions are excellent, plus you get to be creative and meet interesting people every day. Key Roles & Responsibilities: * Attend locations to create digital photography and video to the highest standards * Excel in providing world-class customer service to our clients. Experience Required: * Previous photography experience required, you must be talented and consistent. * Video, DSLR and/or Photography experience essential (full training provided) * An ability to work with people, both internal and external, with communication skills * An interest in property is desirable Requirements: * Full professional DSLR kit, tripod, lens, sound and movie slider * Full driving license and vehicle essential * Must pass a background check to ensure safety for our clients * A desire to be part of a great team with a passion for your work * An ability to deliver quality to the highest standard consistently in line with VistaBee and our clients expectations Salary & Benefits: * Competitive, upon application and paid on a job-by-job basis Applicants should email a full CV with a cover letter explaining in 50 words why you would be a great member of the VistaBee freelance team, along with a portfolio of your video and photography work.

Posted 15 days ago
By VistaBee

Job: Curatorial Assistant Fixed Term 3 years

CURATORIAL ASSISTANT, MODERN & CONTEMPORARY ART (BAND 7) FIXED TERM - 3 YEARS (Funded by the Bridget Riley Art Foundation) Job Summary This fixed-term role is a new post that has been supported by the Bridget Riley Art Foundation as an exceptional development opportunity for an aspiring curator to develop their career within the gallery and museum sector. Based within the modern and contemporary curatorial department, the Curatorial Assistant will have the opportunity to develop a wide range of curatorial skills associated with the collection and programming of a major national gallery. Working with different departments across the NGS, such as Collection Management, Development, Digital, Learning, Press, Marketing and Retail, will allow the post-holder to develop a comprehensive overview and working knowledge of all aspects of working in a national institution. As well as working closely with colleagues across NGS, the Curatorial Assistant will also have an opportunity for mentoring by senior colleagues within NGS, including the Director-General, Sir John Leighton, and the Director of Modern & Contemporary Art, Simon Groom, to gain a fuller understanding of the cultural, economic and strategic contexts within which NGS currently operates.

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By National Galleries of Scotland

Job: Literature Officer [ P/T ]

Creative Scotland is looking for a Literature Officer to join us and support Creative Scotland's work in the context of our 10-year Strategic Plan and our Annual Plan. For more information about the role and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 2 days ago
By Creative Scotland

Salary £26,276 (pro-rata) pa plus pension and benefits
Deadline 11 June 2018
www.creativescotland.com

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Job: Visual Arts Officer [ Maternity Cover ]

Creative Scotland is looking for a Visual Arts Officer to join us and support Creative Scotland's work in the context of our 10 Year and Annual plans. For more information and to apply for the role, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 2 days ago
By Creative Scotland

Salary £26,276 (per annum)
Deadline 11 June 2018
www.creativescotland.com

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Job: Administrator

Puppet Animation Scotland is looking for a hard-working and effective administrator to help us deliver our annual programme of festivals and events. A Creative Scotland Regularly Funded Organisation, each year we present the manipulate Visual Theatre and the Puppet Animation Festival, as well as a wide range of creative and technical training and development opportunities for puppeteers and visual theatre artists. This position is ideally suited to someone pursuing a successful portfolio career and who is used to balancing differing, discrete work-loads, demands and deadlines with efficiency and effectiveness. For more information and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 4 days ago
By Puppet Animation Scotland

Salary £17,000
Deadline 11 June 2018
puppetanimation.org

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Job: Hairdresser

****we are looking for a confident, friendly, fully qualified hairdresser to join our team in Edinburgh 🌼🌼🌼 Must have some salon floor experience and be willing to learn new techniques. Send cv to ladyjanehair@outlook.com Chair rental opportunities also available

Posted one month ago
By Lady Jane Hair and Beauty

Job: Marketing & Sales Manager

The Marketing & Sales Manager is responsible for Dovecot’s marketing and sales activity. You will lead on all communications and publicity to support revenue and audience development targets, identifying and maximising marketing channels as well as opportunities to increase press coverage and visitor numbers. Responsible to the Head of Commercial & Visitor Services and working closely with the senior management team, you will develop and drive tapestry sales and commissions with knowledge and understanding of the processes and craftsmanship involved. If you would like to find out more about the role and apply for the position, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 3 days ago
By Dovecot Studio

Salary £25k plus benefits
Deadline 12 June 2018
dovecotstudios.com

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Opp: EMAS [ Call for Entries ]

Macmillan Cancer Support has been holding its highly successful Art Show in Edinburgh for the past fifteen years. It raises much needed funds to help people living with cancer.. [ Friday 24th – Sunday 26th August 2018 ] Inviting artists based in Scotland to apply to participate in the 2018 show. You can enter up to 3 artworks which will be considered by a selection panel. For more information and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 2 days ago
By Edinburgh Macmillan Art Show

Job: Drupal Developer

We are looking for an ambitious full-stack developer who is enthused by the possibilities of working in a small, dynamic, innovation-focused team. The right person will 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 the Drupal CMS and other open-source frameworks - Experience using MySQL databases - Experience with using Git You will also have previously: - Worked in a team - Worked on complex web applications - Worked according to UX best practice - Gained experience in a similar commercial role - Gained experience with Object Oriented Programming - Installed and managed sites on a Linux-based server The successful candidate will have the opportunity to make a significant contribution to a diverse range of exciting client and in-house projects, supported by our technical director and design team. We are ideally looking for someone who can work full-time (35 hours, Mon-Fri) but we will consider strong candidates for part-time work (no less than 21 hours over 3 consecutive days, Mon-Fri). The role will be based at our Edinburgh office. The contract offered will be permanent and, for the right person, rapid career advancement options are available. The company offers a range of great benefits including flexible working hours, generous paid holiday allowance, pension scheme, share scheme, cycle scheme and twice yearly performance-related bonuses. We also have a great office environment in the heart of Leith’s vibrant creative scene. Salary will be negotiable depending upon experience. Please email your CV and portfolio examples in a single PDF or URL to work@starbit.co.uk

Posted 9 days ago
By Starbit

Job: Graphic/Digital Design [ Internship ]

We are looking for a talented graphic/digital designer who is enthused by the possibilities of working as part of a small, dynamic and highly ambitious team. The role will be varied but will be focused on the conception of engaging website layouts and user interface designs across a range of devices. The right person will have: - A degree in graphic design, digital design, UX or a related field (or a comparable level of work experience); - Strong Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign skills; - A working knowledge of UX principles and best practice for the web; - A keen interest in how brands are represented and communicate with their audiences online; - A portfolio which demonstrates creative flair, originality and a firm understanding of the functional possibilities of the web. Ideally, you will also have previously: - Learned how to use an industry standard prototyping/wireframing tool such as Axure; - Gained experience with editing website content on a CMS such as WordPress or Drupal; - Worked in a multi-disciplinary team; - Worked on responsive website designs; - Tested websites and documented UX/design issues; The successful candidate will have the opportunity to make a significant contribution to a diverse range of exciting client and in-house projects, being closely supported by our design and development teams. We are looking for someone who can work at least 21 hours per week over 3 consecutive days (Mon-Fri). The position is for a fixed-term of 3 months and will be based at our office in Edinburgh. For the right person, a full-time, permanent role will be offered at the end of the initial period. The position will be paid at the National Living Wage. The company also offers a range of great benefits including flexible working hours, generous paid holiday allowance, share scheme, cycle scheme and twice yearly performance-related bonuses. We also have a great set-up at the Creative Exchange, a fantastic co­-working space at the heart of Leith’s vibrant creative scene. Please email your CV and portfolio examples in a single PDF or URL to: work@starbit.co.uk

Posted 9 days ago
By Starbit

Job: Graphic Designer

Talented, enthusiastic Graphic Designer with previous experience in digital design required to join Vision Events (UK) Ltd, one of the UK's leading event production companies. Our Multimedia Team in Edinburgh are keen to hear from designers with fluent MAC skills in Adobe Creative Suite (After Effects, Photoshop and Illustrator), good knowledge of Powerpoint or Keynote and working knowledge of Cinema 4D or other 3D software. Experience of live events preferred. This position is ideal for a candidate who is adaptable with a flexible approach to work and able to respond to a brief with credible solutions, raise expectations and be respectful of brands values. Duties include: - creation of stage set visuals and pitch graphics/animations - creation of motion graphics eg stings, promotional videos etc - full graphics production, speaker support presentations, multi-screen, widescreen and LED wall graphics - production of artwork design for internal and external print - printing and mounting set logos, banners, lectern logos This is a great opportunity to develop your design skills and learn some new ones within a Company that has a solid reputation for producing world-class events. At apply please submit your CV to lorraine@visionevents.co.uk with examples of your work / portfolio that reflects your talents.

Posted 3 days ago
By Vision Events (UK) Ltd

Job: Street Team members required for the Edinburgh Fringe 2018

Show And Tell are a multi award-winning live production company of stand-up comedy and theatre. We work with a wide range of leading UK artists and comedians – including Josie Long, Joseph Morpurgo, Simon Munnery, Kieran Hurley, Mae Martin and many more - and regularly present shows in London’s West End, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, on tour across the UK, in New York and internationally. We are seeking talented and motivated individuals to join our promotional street team at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. This individual will be part of a small, dedicated street team, which will play a pivotal role in the promotion of our shows across the festival. Candidates must have previous experience in arts/street team promotion. A familiarity with our acts and knowledge of the fringe is highly preferable. The position is suited to someone who already has plans to be at the Fringe, working or performing, or is Edinburgh-based. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate good communication skills, be outgoing, willing to strike up a conversation with fringe goers and talk passionately about the shows they are promoting, details of all our Edinburgh Fringe 2018 shows can be found here - http://www.showandtelluk.com/events/tags/edinburgh-festival-fringe-2018/ Job Specifications Working from August 1st – 27th 2018, with one day off. Between 4-5 hours per day. £1000 fee, any additional hours required beyond this will be agreed in advanced and paid at an hourly rate. Venue passes to two major Fringe venues (so you can see shows for free on your time off) Please note travel costs and accommodation can unfortunately not be provided. To apply please e-mail a covering letter and CV to us info@showandtelluk.com.

Posted 3 days ago
By Show And Tell

Job: Senior Account Manager

The List have an opportunity to join an award-winning team. We are looking to recruit a Senior Account Manager who will be responsible for growing revenues from brands, venues, festivals, entertainment promoters and partners for the full range of media, promotional, publishing and event related activities which the company undertakes. The Senior Account Manager will source, negotiate and close key transactions.These will include advertising sales but increasingly involve proposals spanning the full range of our activities. The role will require some travel and involve representing The List at a wide range of events.

Posted 4 months ago
By The List

Salary dependant on experience
Deadline 30 June 2018
www.list.co.uk

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Job: Fringe Street Team 2018

An exciting opportunity to work with one of the biggest comedy promoters at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. For the month of August, Bound and Gagged Comedy are looking for outgoing people to leaflet and promote our shows whilst we are in Edinburgh. We want people who will be able to take the strain of working hard during the day and partying hard during the evening, this is ideal for students! The job will consist of: • Working as part of a team, handing out leaflets and talking to members of the public about our shows. • Staff are paid £7.50 an hour and you will receive payments weekly. • You will be required to work from Monday 30th July – Sunday 27th August. • You will have 1 day off so you will be able to see other shows • Staff work on average 4-6 hours per day. • The Festival is a very sociable event and our staff will be meeting and drinking with most of our acts. Staff will also see numerous other stars at the Festival. If you work with us for the month there are opportunities to go to some great parties, shows and one-off events. It is also a fantastic way of meeting new people and finding out more about the comedy industry. Also included are: • Passes / tickets to our shows. • VIP passes. To apply, email your CV to rebecca@boundandgaggedcomedy.com (PLEASE NOTE IF WE DO NOT CONTACT YOU THEN YOUR APPLICATION HAS BEEN UNSUCCESSFUL).

Posted 2 months ago
By Bound and Gagged Comedy

Salary £7.50 an hour
Deadline 30 June 2018
www.boundandgaggedcomedy.com

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Job: Journalism roles

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

Posted 6 months ago
By BBC Scotland

Opp: Artists' Collecting Society Studio Prize

For a second year running, ACS is offering an artist the chance to win £6,000 to contribute to the cost of an artist’s studio in the UK. ​ The Studio Prize was established after a number of our members’ spoke of the economic challenges they faced when starting their artistic careers. ACS realises how difficult it is to focus on your art especially after leaving university. The ACS Studio Prize was founded to help. If you are an EU or EEA national and are an undergraduate or postgraduate university student on an accredited art course who is about to graduate, or if you have graduated from a university accredited art course within the last four years, and you work in pictures, collage, painting, sculpture, tapestry, ceramics, glassware or photography, then you are eligible to apply for the prize. For more information and to enter, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 2 days ago
By Artists' Collecting Society

Job: Cash Manager

Underbelly is looking for a full time Cash Manager for the duration of this years Edinburgh Fringe. You'll be working primarily to reconcile and bank all our bar takings. You'll also be entering this information along with invoices and delivery notes into spreadsheets. However, as always in a festival environment you could be asked to do other things and help around the office. [ Dates of employment are approximately 23 July - 31 August 2018 ] For more information and to apply for the position, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 17 days ago
By Underbelly

Salary £500 per week.
Deadline 01 July 2018
opportunities.creativescotland.com

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Job: IT and Network Manager

Underbelly seeks a talented and dedicated IT and Network Manager to assist with its operations during the Edinburgh Fringe. You will be carrying out the install of Underbelly's networks along with our consultant tech company. This involves amongst many things running cables, configuring routers and switches. You may have to climb ladders, use tools and be generally happy to run around. You will become familiar with BT installations and be happy to troubleshoot where necessary. Dates of employment are Mid July - 1 September 2018. (Although some of this time may be flexitime and not neccessarily everyday). For more information and to apply please follow the link below >>>

Posted 17 days ago
By Underbelly

Salary Run rate is £50 - £100 per day, depending on the full scope of the work
Deadline 01 July 2018
opportunities.creativescotland.com

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Job: Account Manager

Do you want to be an Account Manager working with the UK’s top online retailers? We’re looking for an account manager or a senior account manager who will be the main point of contact for our retail clients to assist with their success. You will work directly with our customers to suggest improvements that will allow them to reach their goals. Your role will contribute directly to the continued growth of Digital Six, as much of our business comes from word of mouth as a result of successful relationships. We’re looking for a committed candidate, who will be experienced in account management. Ideally you will have a passion for ecommerce including a knowledge of retail websites and conversion rate optimisation strategies. The successful candidate will be expected to work with various members of the Digital Six team on different projects simultaneously. This role is ideal for an experienced account manager (or someone with other relevant experience) who would like to make an impact in a small dynamic business. We’re looking for someone who has good ideas and who is equally comfortable talking about technical details as sales and marketing ideas. We work with a range of business sectors (from construction to luxury brands) and so you must feel comfortable meeting with clients from all backgrounds including senior level executives and employees on the shop floor. You will take ownership for the work of your clients, being involved at every stage of the process to ensure excellent results. The ability to juggle multiple tasks yet still be highly organised is a must. You will be an expert communicator, people person with a flair for building rapport. Perks of the Job: You'll be doing challenging work in a great learning environment. If you are successful in your application you will enjoy great colleagues, team lunches, nights out, beers/prosecco on Fridays and healthy working hours. How to apply: If you think you are right for the job, please send your CV to recruitment@digitalsix.co.uk including your salary expectations. No agencies please.

Posted 17 days ago
By Digital Six

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 17 days ago
By Underbelly

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 9 days ago
By Out of Hand Scotland

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

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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 2 days ago
By Mall Galleries

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 one month 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 4 months ago
By Dewar Arts Awards

Job: Knitting Teachers

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

Posted 2 years ago
By Knitting For All Ltd