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Job: Friends Membership Recruiter

FRIENDS MEMBERSHIP RECRUITER – 2 POSTS 1 X FULL TIME 1 X PART-TIME FIXED TERM POSTS 15 June – 22 September 2019 The Development Department works to create long term relationships with corporate bodies, individuals and organisations to support and enhance the work of the National Galleries of Scotland. The Department aims to develop a wide community of both companies and individuals with an association with the National Galleries of Scotland and are prepared to support us both personally and financially. This is done by: • Raising philanthropic funds Running fundraising programmes aimed at individuals, trusts and foundations and companies to provide support for a range of projects throughout the NGS • Creating opportunities for corporate support Running a top quality sponsorship programme and opportunities for the corporate world to use the Galleries as part of their marketing and PR campaigns. • Building a wide range of patrons, friends and supporters Providing opportunities for friends and supporters of the Galleries to participate in the life of the Galleries, through various initiatives such as the Patrons and Friends of the NGS and Friends in the USA and the Gallery

Posted 6 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland

Job: PR Internship with Don’t Cry Wolf

Location: Covent Garden, London £10.50 per hour Full-time for 12 weeks (potential for permanent) Immediate start Closing date: 22 May 2019, 12 noon About the Company “Don’t Cry Wolf was created to cut through all the PR bullshit. We exist to help brands communicate honestly and build affinity with their audiences; because people trust people who tell the truth. We also want to have a net positive impact on our local community and work with organisations that are truly making a difference to people’s lives, that’s why we’re a registered B Corp. At the heart of Don’t Cry Wolf is the truth. A total dedication to honesty, straight-talking and clear direction. Telling the truth has become lost in a media and marketing world that’s thrived on bending reality and alternative facts. This integrity is not just something we wax lyrical about and ignore. It runs through our creative campaigns, our ballsy strategies, our 5pm emails, our 6am video calls. Being honest can sometimes be tough. It’s easier to sell a welcome lie than an unwelcome fact. In the long run, it’s always the best option. We passionately believe that if honesty is at the heart of every bit of communication our clients put out to the wider world, then audience affinity will quickly follow suit. People trust people who tell the truth. It’s simple in principle, tough in execution. But if it was easy to execute, everyone would be doing it. And that wouldn’t make for a very distinctive philosophy now would it?” Learn more about this tenacious organisation here. The Role Don’t Cry Wolf has been growing responsibly, doing great work and making sure that they have a positive impact on the world around us. But now, they need some help. Don’t Cry Wolf is looking for a smart, talented and ambitious Intern to support their press office through a variety of tasks around administration, communications and understanding how a press office works. As Don’t Cry Wolf’s Intern, your responsibilities will include: • Helping with office administration • Shadowing the consumer account director in her role • Understand how a press office works • Developing press lists • Working closely with the team to understand how to pitch to the media • Writing press content • Writing social media content Don’t Cry Wolf will invest in your personal and professional ambitions. That means coaching, support in your interests and side hustles, training and a career path that’s forged for you rather than conforming to industry norms. Requirements No degree is necessary for this role, however, Don’t Cry Wolf is looking for someone with a passion for writing and communicating. Excellent communication in your writing and the ability to communicate with anyone honestly and with heart is essential. You will also have a keen interest in the news agenda and the media landscape. Essential skills: • An excellent communicator, both written and verbal • Demonstratable creative writing skills • Impeccable grammar and spelling in your writing • A strong passion for writing and communicating • Experience writing press and social media content • Works well by themselves and in a team • Proactive learner • Excellent time management skills What makes a perfect person? No idea. Don’t Cry Wolf are not after perfection. They’re looking for people with an insatiable desire to do the right thing. They should be prepared for hard graft with bags of autonomy. Humour, honesty and courage are not just desirable, in the words of Don't Cry Wolf: "they’re bloody essential character traits". Anyone wishing to join the team will need to demonstrate that they share an understanding and affinity with the following, which are Don’t Cry Wolf’s 4 core values: 1. Vulnerability - We firmly believe that it's ok to be vulnerable. To seek help. To say I don't know. 2. Accountability - But with vulnerability comes accountability. Each of our teams are accountable for their work, their learning and their progress. We don't care where you work or how you achieve an objective. So long as it's honest, you are accountable for it and you are transparent about reaching it. So, in short, it's expected to ask for help, but once given it's expected that action is taking. 3. Passion for good. We are an environmentally and socially conscious B Corp organisation. We want to do good things with good people. 4. Humour - We are a tight family that love each others' quirks and enjoy each others' odd sense of humour. We also understand that this is PR not ER. So a sense of perspective when things go wrong and an understanding that this is a very small part of life is key to success. If you have any questions about this role or the organisation please contact team@adoptanintern.org.uk. Please do not under any circumstances contact the employer directly as doing so may negatively impact your employment opportunity. Application Closing date for applications is 22 May 2019, 12 noon. Please submit a CV and tailored Cover Letter through the Adopt An Intern online application form by clicking “Apply” on our website. All applications must be submitted by 12 noon on the closing date. In your Cover Letter, please state: A) your availability and B) relevant information on your skills/experience pertaining to the job specifications. We do NOT accept email applications unless otherwise stated. Successful candidates must, by the start of the employment, have permission to work in the UK.

Posted 13 days ago
By Adopt An Intern

Job: Communications Officer

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER (BAND 5) FULL TIME, PERMANENT Salary £27,553 - £30,168 per annum We have an ambitious vision to reach and engage more audiences and diverse groups, and this role will play a key role in helping us to achieve that. The ideal candidate will have the skills and imagination to produce creative content and communications that engages a wide range of people from local families to international tourists. This will include media relations, social media posts and campaigns and creating content for our website and third party platforms. We’re looking for someone with experience in delivering successful communications campaigns, dealing with media and who can really put themselves in the shoes of the audiences we have identified. It goes without saying that the right person will also have a great way with words and will be creative, pro-active and organised. If they can also turn their hand to creating video, know their Tik-Tok from their Followerwonk then all the better!

Posted 7 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland

Job: Shop Manager

FULL TIME, PERMANENT Scottish National Gallery The National Galleries of Scotland’s Retail Department is responsible for ensuring the effective and efficient management of the Galleries’ retail operation, which includes six main gallery shops, an online and mail order service, exhibition shops and kiosks, ticketing & promotional support, product development, buying and stock management. As a member of our shop management team you will be responsible for leading a team of sales staff to meet sales targets whilst simultaneously focusing on enhancing visitor experience and ensuring first-class customer care. Key Responsibilities: 1. To exceed sales targets 2. Provide excellent customer service. 3. Control cost budgets 4. To recruit, manage, develop and motivate the retail team 5. To develop the full time supervisor and the part time supervisor, motivating them and coaching them to excel in their roles. 6. 5. To manage the ticketing function of the exhibition programme including hiring and training staff and overseeing the daily operation of ticketing function. 7. 6. To set up and take down the ticketing and pop up shop operations, liaising with marketing, SVS, buying, the retail warehouse and estates as appropriate. 8. Manage absence & sickness, labour turnover and staff retention. 9. To ensure the security of NGS cash, stock, equipment and property within the shop. 10. To carry out shop administration procedures and activities including maintaining records of stock transfers and adjustments, banking procedures and stock taking and records. 11. To ensure that retail policies, standards and practices are communicated effectively to shop staff and that they are applied consistently. 12. To build a strong relationship with the buying, ecommerce and picture library teams to identify opportunities for sales growth. 13. To work with the other shop managers and supervisors to create a cohesive retail shop floor team, working with the buying and warehouse teams to deliver the top quality 5 * comprehensive service 7 days a week for NGS visitors. 14. To receive, check and price deliveries and ensure that stock is well maintained and securely stored. 15. To monitor sales and customer feedback and provide information and reports to the General Manager. 16. To ensure shop layouts maximise shop performance while maintaining excellent standards of housekeeping and display. 17. To ensure that the NGS Health and Safety at Work policies are observed within the shop and that requirements such as workplace risk assessments are effectively complied with. 18. Drive marketing initiatives, including customer shopping events, email data capture, friends membership and gift aid growth. 19. To create a retail wide annual training calendar with the other shop managers with a focus on staff approach, product knowledge, selling skills, procedures and operational standards. 20. To work with other departments to the achievement of the corporate vision and objectives of the NGS.

Posted 7 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland

Job: General Manager [ Radge Media ]

We are looking for a driven, creative individual to join our management team and provide the organisational savvy and accounting firepower to drive the business forwards. The General Manager is primarily responsible for HR support, financial oversight and management of the relationships with Radge Media’s key suppliers. 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 and the Media Sales Manager, oversee the company’s Bookkeeper and provide advice and guidance 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. Role and responsibilities HR: Recruitment support, contracting of company and project staff, holidays and sickness, travel. Operations management: Managing relations with key suppliers inc. print, distribution, legal and accounting. Office management: Contact point for communications services inc phone and internet contracts, landlords, office equipment. Money management: Monitor the books, cash flow and payroll. Requirements * At least two years proven experience as a manager or similar role in a small-medium arts/culture/media business, covering the duties above. * Proficient user of finance software (The Skinny uses Xero). * Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills. * Demonstrable experience working with external suppliers * A solid understanding of financial statistics and accounting principles. * Budget development, forecasting and oversight experience. * Strong IT skills (databases, MS Office, and Google Drive products). * Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of the organisation. * Leadership and organisational skills. The General Manager role will sit aside the Editorial and Sales teams at Radge Media and will be required to have a meaningful understanding of the varying demands of the teams. To apply: Please email jobs@theskinny.co.uk with your CV along with a cover letter (maximum one page) explaining how you meet the specified criteria and why you are attracted to the role. Hours: Full time, based in our Edinburgh office. Salary: £22-25,000 based on experience

Posted 28 days ago
By Radge Media / The Skinny

Job: Media Sales Executive

Looking to make a bit of extra cash this festival season? Passionate about the arts, particularly during the madness of the Edinburgh Fringe? Fest Magazine is looking for a driven, enthusiastic media sales executive on a fixed term contract over June, July and August 2019. Fest occupies a leading position in the Fringe marketplace. We need someone who understands promoters, producers and publicists at the idiosyncratic Edinburgh festivals. The ideal candidate will be able to speak confidently about the magazine’s print and digital marketing opportunities, and the benefits they can bring to artists, brands and local businesses. The role will involve: *Navigating the Fringe programme and other promotional materials to identify new business opportunities *Cold calling and emailing *Managing your own diary to get out and about to meetings and client networking events - outside normal working hours when needed *Presenting and introducing Fest and its platforms both on the phone, via email and in person *Maintaining a well organised and up to date CRM on a daily basis *Writing proposals and quoting bespoke packages *Negotiating rates and commitment deals *Working to targets Essential Skills and Experience *Experience in selling and negotiating *Proficient computer literacy, with good working knowledge of Google Drive and Gmail *Knowledge of the Edinburgh Fringe and Edinburgh International Festival or similar multi-arts festivals Desirable Skills and Experience *Experience in professional media sales *Experience using a CRM system *Use of own laptop would also be a bonus Personal Criteria: *A good team player, with strong relationship building skills *Self starter *Positive and friendly attitude *Comfortable with speaking on the phone and at meetings *Experienced in problem solving, with the ability to handle complex client requests at first point of contact *Determined to grow Fest’s brand and target driven *Able to work well under pressure and to deadline Hours: The role is part time (3 days) for 4 weeks, full time for 5 weeks, 17 Jun - 16 Aug, and based out of our Edinburgh office. Salary: £8.25/hour for 9 weeks fixed contract, plus commission To apply: Send a cover letter and CV to jobs@theskinny.co.uk along with five examples of clients you would approach for Fest’s back covers. DEADLINE: MIDNIGHT MONDAY 27 MAY 2019

Posted 20 days ago
By Fest Magazine

Job: Artworker

Fest is looking for a graphic designer to manage layout for print for six issues of Fest in July and August 2019. They will be based in the Fest Edinburgh office in the heart of the world famous Edinburgh Festivals. We need someone who can work quickly and accurately to lay out the magazine to template, working to tight deadlines. We want someone with a keen eye for detail who can problem solve, and think creatively to present the content in the slickest way possible even when time is tight. The person we are looking for must have experience in: *Adobe Creative Suite, particularly InDesign and Photoshop *Working in design for publishing *Working to deadlines // We would be delighted if they were experienced in: *CSS and HTML *Web design *Subediting To apply: If you would like to apply, please send a CV, a cover letter and two examples of your design work to jobs@theskinny.co.uk. Please mention Fest Artworker in the subject line. *DEADLINE: 9am Monday 27 May*

Posted one month ago
By Fest Magazine

Job: Events Assistant

Location: London £10.00 per hour Full time for 6 months (potential for permanent for the right candidate) Closing date: 30 May 2019 Interview Date: 17 June 2019 Start date: 1 July 2019 About the Company "London Scottish House is a key part of the local Community in London as well as acting as an important link connecting Scotland to the Capital. They bring people together around a shared heritage and invite the wider London community to explore Scotland’s unique history and culture. London Scottish House is operated by London Scottish Volunteer Enterprises Ltd as a social enterprise on behalf of its owning charity the London Scottish Regimental Trusts. They offer office services, hospitality and cultural programmes for business and charity start-ups, as well as being a community and heritage centre for Scots in London." Learn more London Scottish house here. The Role London Scottish House is currently looking for a motivated individual to assist in the delivery of gold standard events in a variety of hospitality spaces within London Scottish House. Clients range from commercial organisations, government departments, military organisations and charities. Working with the Events Manager and Office Services Coordinator, your tasks will include but not be limited to: Events Assistance • Plan, organise and deliver demand side charity events, corporate hospitality, meetings, conferences and exhibitions • Conduct venue space research and find resources to help staff make decisions about event logistics • Act as first point of contact for the general public by being responsible for both event-related and general enquiries via email, phone and websites • Manage booking systems and registrations, ensuring attendance is accurately recorded • Issue invitations and relevant event information to attendees/delegates • Help compile and design presentations • Assist in handling any arising issues at events Promotion Support • Assist with the collation of information for promotional literature, including press releases • Generate content for social media and PR opportunities • Assist with social media marketing and growth • Help oversee the design and placement of event advertising • Be the main point of contact for external designers and marketing agencies • Support team with ad hoc administration tasks when required Requirements London Scottish House is looking for a bright, confident and friendly individual with a qualification or experience relevant to this work. This could be a degree in Events Management or Hospitality, or any qualification or demonstratable experience of work in the hospitality sector. A familiarity with event management processes and any experience of statutory or regulatory standards would be ideal for this role. London Scottish House is a charity owned social enterprise that provides a community hub for Scotland in London. Therefore, someone of Scottish heritage or who has an affinity with Scottish culture and identity would be at home with their charitable purpose and operations; however this is not essential. You should be able to demonstrate the following: • An affinity for Scottish culture and identity • Strong organisation skills • Ability to work on own initiative but also as part of a team • Ability to work efficiently under pressure • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written • A professional telephone manner • Excellent time management skills with the ability to prioritise tasks effectively • Attention to detail There is the potential for this role to become a permanent position for the right candidate. If you have any questions about this role or the organisation please contact team@adoptanintern.org.uk. Please do not under any circumstances contact the employer directly as doing so may negatively impact your employment opportunity. Application Closing date for applications is 30 May 2019, 12 noon. Interviews will be held on Monday 17th June 2019 Please submit a CV and tailored Cover Letter through the Adopt An Intern online application form by clicking “Apply” on our website. All applications must be submitted by 12 noon on the closing date. In your Cover Letter, please state: A) your availability and B) relevant information on your skills/experience pertaining to the job specifications. We do NOT accept email applications unless otherwise stated. Successful candidates must, by the start of the employment, have permission to work in the UK.

Posted 5 days ago
By Adopt An Intern

Job: Client Service Specialist

Red61 is a ticketing software company, providing services and consultancy to festivals and venues around the world. We are the ticketing solution that powers the world’s two biggest arts festivals ­ Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Adelaide Fringe – along with many other high­ profile UK and international events. We provide a highly ­flexible ticketing system, able to adapt to the ever­ changing needs of our clients. VIA’s e-­ticket scanning & web ­based integration allows organisations the freedom to operate their box office on a small or large scale. These unique capabilities enable Red61’s clients to provide a high quality of service and experience for their customers. Our client­ base is undergoing major expansion worldwide, and we’re looking to add a UK­ based Support Assistant to our team. Based in our Edinburgh office, the Support Assistant will work as part of our Customer Care team, providing support to Red61 clients using the VIA ticketing software. Main Duties: ● Support users of our software. Users can be our clients or colleagues in other departments. ● Manage support tickets using the support system (this is currently Zendesk). Work within our service level agreements to provide a timely resolution to requests, escalating if necessary. ● Ensure that completed tickets are closed including those assigned to other staff ● Provide out of hours support on a rota basis. ● Provide onsite support when necessary. ● Provide training to clients and colleagues both face­to­face and remotely. Other Duties: ● Maintain a good relationship with clients and keep contact details up to date with organisational changes such as new staff, or changes to contact details. ● Write and maintain support documents in line with development to the software. ● Assist with software testing as and when required. This may be a fix relating to a support ticket or a new piece of functionality being released. About You: ● An excellent communicator in person, on the phone, and in writing. ● A competent level of basic computer skills is essential, with extended knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite desirable. ● Comfortable working in a fast paced role and remaining calm under pressure. ● Experience in a customer service environment, and ability to multitask when required. ● Previous experience using a ticketing system in a busy environment is essential. ● Previous experience using VIA by Red61 is desirable.

Posted yesterday
By Red61 Ltd

Salary 25000
Deadline 31 May 2019
www.red61.com

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Job: Access & Engagement Coordinator

Take One Action are seeking an enthusiastic, approachable coordinator to support our commitment to best practice in inclusion and accessibility at this year's festival. In this new, multi-faceted role, you will be the key advocate for all access requirements across our Festival activities, offering support, guidance, knowledge and experience. You will ensure best practice in access measures for low-income, LGBTQI+, D/deaf and disabled audiences; ensure the Festival’s promotional content is accessible and effectively communicated to relevant groups; act as access contact for audiences, and monitor the success of these measures against our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion strategy. Job title: Access & Engagement Coordinator Reporting to: Executive Director Based at: Out of the Blue Drill Hall, 32-36 Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh EH6 8RG (The role can be fulfilled remotely, though regular Skype or face-to-face meetings will be required at regular intervals. Please note that the organisation’s office is not currently fully accessible.) Work pattern: Freelance role; 125 hours in total, 1st July to 3rd October (incl. reporting) Fee: £1,875 (equivalent to 125 hours at £15 per hour) For more information please download the role description from our website: https://www.takeoneaction.org.uk/about/jobs/ To apply please provide a CV and a cover letter, summarising your interest in the role and outlining how your qualities, skills and experience meet the requirements, to recruitment@takeoneaction.org.uk. Deadline for applications: 12pm on Tuesday 4 June Interviews: Monday, 17 June

Posted 15 days ago
By Take One Action Film Festivals

Job: Festival Assistant

Take One Action are seeking a natural born organiser to support our team in delivering our 2019 Festival programme. In this dynamic and active role you will assist the Executive Director and Festivals Officer in the smooth running of all Festival operations, providing essential administrative and logistical support for all aspects of events delivery, ticketing, venue liaison and guest hosting. Job title: Festival Assistant Reporting to: Festivals & Networks Development Officer Based at: Out of the Blue Drill Hall, 32-36 Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh EH6 8RG Work pattern: Full time 2.5 month contract Work dates: Thursday 1st August to Friday 11th October (inclusive of statutory holiday entitlement) Salary: £1458 per month (equivalent to £17,500 per annum) RESPONSIBILITIES Your responsibilities will be varied and will include but not be limited to: • Supporting the Executive Producer and Festivals Officer with the scheduling, logistics and delivery of festival screenings and events • Coordinating the shipping of all feature and short film files across all festival venues • Coordinating travel and accommodation arrangements for filmmakers and other guests; guest liaison support during the festival. • Coordinating requests for comp tickets & collection systems with all venues. • Coordinating festival volunteers’ shifts and resources • General events production support, incl. logistics, ticketing and equipment and audience feedback materials. • Acting as Event Lead for specific festival screenings and events • Administering festival volunteers’ expenses. • Assisting with compiling audience evaluation and feedback. • Any other duties commensurate with the scope and status of this role. • Deliver all work in a manner that reflects Take One Action’s values and principles. For more information please download the role description from https://www.takeoneaction.org.uk/about/jobs/ To apply please provide a CV and a cover letter, summarising your interest in the role and outlining how your qualities, skills and experience meet the requirements of the role, to recruitment@takeoneaction.org.uk Deadline for applications: 12pm on Thursday 6 June Interviews: Thursday, 19 June

Posted 15 days ago
By Take One Action Film Festivals

Job: Designer

Following the continued growth and addition of some exciting new clients, we’re on the lookout for a super creative Designer to join our team on a full-time basis. The successful candidate will be as comfortable working on digital projects as they are designing for print. With a rounded skill set, you will be able to see a project from brief through to finished artwork and everything in between. With an eye for detail and creative flair you’ll be enthusiastic, organised and will enjoy working to a consistently high standard. If this sounds like you and you’d like to be part of a forward-thinking design agency, we’d love to see your CV and some examples of your work.

Posted 11 days ago
By Firefly Design Agency

Job: Linux Systems Administrator

A great opportunity to work for Red61, a successful live event ticketing software company. Owners of the VIA Ticketing System, we provide software, services and consultancy to arts festivals and venues around the world. We are the ticketing solution that drives the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (the largest arts festival in the world), as well as the largest arts festivals on four continents with clients across the UK, Australia, South Africa, UAE and Canada. Roles & Responsibilities We are seeking to appoint a Linux Systems Administrator, to be part of the Systems Administration team. This role will introduce you to a wide range of both exciting new technologies, as well as more mature platforms such as Java Enterprise Edition. Due to the high level of responsibility and autonomy in this role, you must be a self-starter who can set out your own work day. You won’t be left alone, but you won’t have your hand held either. You will receive fantastic support from everyone at the company - the sysadmin team, the Development team, the Operations team - but you will be expected to make your mark and suggest the best way forward. You will get freedom from this role. It requires someone who isn’t afraid to use it. It is expected that you will want to take responsibility for keeping things running, and that means committing to monitoring system performance and responding to alerts as and when they happen (and they will!). You’ll love problem solving. If you don’t know something you’ll want to find it out, because you want to learn. You won’t be afraid to ask questions. Key Responsibilities ● Maintenance of between 60 and 150 Linux hosts depending on client activity ● Actively monitor systems to identify issues and fixing problems as they arise ● Participate in evening and weekend on-call rota to ensure 24/7/365 support coverage ● Assist the Systems Administration team with installation and upgrade of internal and client systems ● Understand the importance and requirement to follow a formal Change Request process ● Maintain documentation of the current systems environment and communicate change to the environment to the team ● Participate in the configuration, complete the installation and maintain a city wide box office system and network during July and August ● Participate in monitoring and recording of the PCI:DSS regime of the company and key customers ● Technical support of server side applications including: mail servers, phone systems, file servers, support systems and application & server monitoring systems Key Competencies ● Linux Systems Administration with Commercial experience, preferably CentOS / RedHat Enterprise Linux and/or Debian ● Ability to use own initiative to creatively solve problems, whilst also knowing the best time to ask for help from your colleagues ● Ability to plan work and proactively manage systems ● Excellent communication skills. An ability to communicate with both technical & non-technical colleagues and customers ● Shell scripting skills (Bash / PHP) ● Basic networking skills, including routing, firewalling, DNS, DHCP. Preferred additional skills and experience ● JBossAS, JBoss EAP or other Java EE container, e.g Tomcat ● Network and performance monitoring – Nagios/Icinga, Cacti, Graphite ● MySQL/MariaDB administration (queries, maintenance & performance tuning) ● Experience with AWS a distinct advantage ● VPNs (SSL or IPSEC) ● Virtualisation (KVM / Proxmox) ● Linux High Availability (Clusters) ● Experience with dynamic routing (RIP & OSPF) ● Experience of Docker ● Experience using Ansible

Posted yesterday
By Red61 Ltd

Salary 37003
Deadline 10 June 2019
www.red61.com

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Job: Advertising and Sponsorship Sales Executive

Edinburgh University Students' Association is looking to recruit a Advertising and Sponsorship Sales Executive to join our Commercial Services team. Salary: Hours: 37.5 per week Contract: Permanent The Role: The Advertising and Sponsorship Sales Executive is responsible for leading and maximising advertising and sales sponsorship, driving income generation. Establishing the Students’ Association as an excellent provider of advertising opportunities to the Edinburgh University student market. The post-holder will maintain excellent client relationships and develop new advertising and sponsorship opportunities to generate more revenue for the organisation, through effective selling, scheduling and management of all advertising (print, digital and onsite) and sponsorship opportunities. The Advertising and Sponsorship Sales Executive is responsible for achieving agreed sales targets and objectives through the management of current partnerships and marketing agreements as well as identifying new business opportunities. The role will be responsible for ensuring operational delivery for all advertising and sponsorship opportunities and events, ensuring clients receive a professional service. The Person: An enthusiastic, confident and extremely competent individual with demonstrable experience of generating sales, delivering high levels of customer service to clients and customers and maintaining excellent relationships. A person with very high expectations of themselves and others, with a passion for detail and the ability to complete projects successfully and maintain delivery at a consistently high standard. Application Details: For further application details and to download a candidate pack, please visit our Jobs page at https://www.eusa.ed.ac.uk/jobs/vacancy/770/ The closing date for applications is 12pm on Monday 10 June Interviews will be held week commencing 17 June Further information will be sent to shortlisted candidates.

Posted 11 hours ago
By Edinburgh University Students' Association

Salary £23,812 per annum
Deadline 10 June 2019
www.eusa.ed.ac.uk

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Job: General Manager

Collective is looking for a full-time General Manager to develop, coordinate and deliver the finance, business and operations aspects of the organisation. This role invites applicants with a proven track record and at least three years of experience in a similar role that demonstrates your suitability as a candidate. The applicant will be ambitious, proactive and excited about the opportunities to develop the Trading Company and deliver a unique range of experience in Collective’s redeveloped, outstanding heritage site. Overall departmental responsibilities include: Financial control and compliance Operations, Front of House and Site Management Human Resources Trading Company Board and Committee support and governance Please visit our website to download the Application Pack for the full Job Description.

Posted 5 days ago
By Collective

Job: UI / UX Designer

Story is looking for an enthusiastic interface designer with a strong background in digital design for websites and web applications.

Posted 6 days ago
By Story