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Applications are invited for the role of Widening Participation Officer (Access to Creative Education Scotland, ACES) at the University of Edinburgh. The ACES project provides workshops and other events - on campus, in schools and at other locations, such as galleries and public learning venues - which offer practical experience for potential art / design / architecture applicants. The post holder will be the public face of the ACES project to prospective students and their teachers, parents and advisers and will be responsible for the day-to-day co-ordination, organisation and administration of the ACES project. You will be expected to plan all aspects of the ACES project and, often in collaboration with other practitioners but sometimes alone, deliver activities, which will include working closely with academic and admissions colleagues at the University’s Edinburgh College of Art (ECA), and external art / design / architecture practitioners. This is a full-time, fixed-term position, available until July 2020, with the possibility of extension. Starting salary: £27,830 (Grade UE06). Full information and link to application form. Vacancy reference number 045741 via the link below >>> OR please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (Lesley Stokes)
Posted 20 days ago
By The University of Edinburgh
The Edinburgh International Festival is looking for an experienced, passionate and dedicated Head of Communications to join the team. We want you to help us deliver this unparalleled celebration of the performing arts, which brings some of the most exciting and creative artists working today to audiences from around the world. The Head of Communications will develop and deliver the international Festival’s communications strategy across all channels. Leading a fast-moving media team and acting as second-in-charge to the Marketing & Communications Director, the successful applicant will confidently represent the International Festival brand. Full time, permanent £40,000-£43,000 For a full job description and to apply online, visit eif.co.uk/jobs Closing date for applications is 5pm on Tuesday 20th November 2018 Interviews will be held 22-30 November Funded by The City of Edinburgh Council and Creative Scotland. Registered charity number SC004694. For further information, please contact email@example.com or visit the link below >>>
Posted 20 days ago
By Edinburgh International Festival
The main function of the Human Resources Department is to develop HR & OD strategy and policies, and to take overall responsibility for all aspects of HR management. A key function of the Department is to advise management and staff on a wide variety of areas including recruitment, performance management, employee relations, terms and conditions, pensions and training and development. HR also plays an important role in ensuring that NGS are fulfilling their legal obligations and respond appropriately to changes in legislation. The HR Department aims to provide its service in an efficient, pro-active and customer focussed manner in order to assist NGS in meeting its performance targets and strategic business objectives. The purpose of the role is: to provide a comprehensive HR framework to ensure all staff within NGS are equipped to and supported in achieving our strategic business outcomes. to lead and develop the HR team which encompasses policy, OD, learning and development, employee relations & case management and operational processing. to contribute to the development of NGS as a stimulating and collaborative workplace.
Posted 5 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland