Jobs & opps

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: Kiosk Coordinator

Edinburgh Art Festival is the largest annual festival of visual art within the UK. The Festival Kiosk is the central public information resource for Edinburgh Art Festival, providing information about the Festival programme, and a one-stop shop for event and festival information and to buy festival merchandise. It also hosts the Platform exhibition - the Festival's dedicated opportunity for artists at the outset of their careers. We are currently seeking to appoint a dedicated and efficient Kiosk Coordinator to manage the Festival Kiosk and Shop for the duration of the Edinburgh Art Festival for the 2017 festival (27 July to 27 August). The ideal candidate will have a keen knowledge of, and interest in, contemporary art and engagement. He/she will have experience of public facing roles within the events, arts or non-profits sector, and experience of working with volunteers. Retail experience is desirable (but not essential). Main activities and responsibilities; The Kiosk Coordinator will work closely with the Volunteer Coordinator and Festival Assistants in the management and delivery of the Kiosk operation, associated volunteer team, overseeing the festival commission venues, and assisting with the promotion and delivery of festival events and activities.

Posted 4 days ago
By Edinburgh Art Festival

Job: Volunteer Coordinator

Edinburgh Art Festival is the largest annual festival of visual art within the UK. Volunteers play a key role in the festival, being the first point of contact for audiences and supporting the dissemination of festival activities and public commissions programme. We are currently seeking to appoint a dedicated and efficient Volunteer Co-ordinator to develop and deliver a successful volunteer programme for the 2017 festival, from 27 July to 27 August. The ideal candidate will have a keen knowledge of, and interest in, contemporary art and learning and engagement. He/she will have experience of people management within the events, arts or non-profits sector, and experience of working with volunteers. Main activities and responsibilities; The Volunteer Coordinator will work closely with the Kiosk Coordinator and Festival Assistants in the management and delivery of the volunteer programme, overseeing the festival commission venues, and assisting with the delivery of all festival activity and events.

Posted 3 days ago
By Edinburgh Art Festival

Job: Roundabout @ Summerhall - Festival Team 2017

Team Paines Plough are packing up and moving to Edinburgh for the Festival Fringe and we are looking for a team of hard working theatre lovers to work with us to deliver a packed programme of shows in Roundabout. We are seeking people who are engaged, open and fans of new writing to join our Festival Team and work across two roles for the duration of the festival. These are: - Visitor Services - Street Team Working in the Festival Team is flexible so would suit students living in Edinburgh, anyone who might be working on their own shows at the fringe – whatever brings you to the festival we want to hear from you. Our shifts vary by time daily and we strongly encourage all team members to see as much as possible whilst at the festival. The venue is open to the public 4-27 August inclusive and you can expect to work daily during this period as dictated by our rota – times and lengths of day vary according to your position but shifts will be available between 9:30am and midnight each day. You will be paid an hourly rate depending on your age: – £6 per hour for 18-20 year olds. – £7.05 per hour for 20-25 year olds. – £7.50 per hour for 25 and over. Additional benefits of working as part of Paines Plough’s Festival Team include: – Training from Paines Plough’s and Summerhall’s dedicated and experienced Fringe team to perform your role to the best of your ability. – A Summerhall Pass, which permits the holder free entry to all shows in the Summerhall programme, provided they’re not sold out. This gives access to over 140 shows. Pass holders also receive discounts at the Summerhall cafe, restaurant, concessions and bars. – Free playtexts for all of the Paines Plough Roundabout plays. – An end of run party with us so you can celebrate your achievements together before finishing for the season. If you are successful you must be able to attend our training day Edinburgh. This will be a key opportunity to meet fellow staff and get to know our exciting venue. The training day will be Thursday 03 August at Summerhall, Edinburgh. For more information, including how to apply visit our blog. http://blog.painesplough.com/blog/paines-plough/stuff/edinburgh-festival-team-recruitment/

Posted 12 days ago
By Paines Plough

Job: Stage Manager/Technical Assistant

The creative team behind At The Illusionist's Table are seeking an experienced stage manager/technical assistant to join us for the productions sixth year at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Set at the exclusive Scotch Malt Whisky Society 28 Queen Street, At The Illusionist’s Table is an immersive and interactive fine dining experience interwoven with breathtaking illusions. We are seeking a quick-thinking, energetic, reliable and flexible team member to assist with advance show preparation, technical support and liaising with front of house staff, in what can be a busy restaurant venue, to ensure the smooth running of the show. Start Date: 25 July End Date: 28 August 2017 During the fringe 4-28 August Hours of engagement: 5pm-Midnight This position is ideally suited to a theatre production student or a recent graduate who will be based in Edinburgh over the Fringe. For a full job description including fee details and information on how to apply please email producer Helen Milne at info@helenmilne.com Interviews will be held w/c 5 June

Posted 18 days ago
By Freelance Producer - Helen Milne

Job: Stage Manager/Technical Assistant

The creative team behind At The Illusionist's Table are seeking an experienced stage manager/technical assistant to join us for the productions sixth year at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Set at the exclusive Scotch Malt Whisky Society 28 Queen Street, At The Illusionist’s Table is an immersive and interactive fine dining experience interwoven with breathtaking illusions. We are seeking a quick-thinking, energetic, reliable and flexible team member to assist with advance show preparation, technical support and liaising with front of house staff, in what can be a busy restaurant venue, to ensure the smooth running of the show. Start Date: 25 July End Date: 28 August 2017 During the fringe 4-28 August Hours of engagement: 5pm-Midnight This position is ideally suited to a theatre production student or a recent graduate who will be based in Edinburgh over the Fringe. For a full job description including fee details and information on how to apply please email producer Helen Milne at info@helenmilne.com Interviews will be held w/c 5 June

Posted 18 days ago
By Freelance Producer - Helen Milne

Job: Box Office/Customer Service Assistant

Key Duties: • Provide best customer service • Respond to written, telephone, and face-to-face enquiries from members of the public and travel trade from around the world • Process orders for tickets, hospitality packages and merchandise using a computerised ticketing system • Check and despatch tickets and event schedules • Process membership sales and renewals and despatch membership packs and renewal confirmation letters/e-mails • Process cash and credit card payments • Handle the administrative tasks arising from the sale of tickets and hospitality • Maintain customer database records • Prepare and despatch Disabled Vehicle Passes • Prepare and despatch Resale Advice Notes • Maintain Announcement file

Posted 3 days ago
By The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Job: Assistant Receptionist (Seasonal)

Key Duties and Responsibilities: Event Related Duties  Represent the company positively in interaction with performer groups, seasonal staff, event contractors and partner organisations  Record and facilitate return of event lost property  Support collation of customer research responses  Support seasonal recruitment, collation of nightly event packs and additional administrative duties relating to the event Receptionist (REMT and tenants)  Contribute to positive first impressions of the offices  Welcome and manage all visitors to main office building, including sign in procedures, health and safety instructions and issuing access cards  Maintain appearance of reception and common areas throughout the building  Assist with the facilitation of building maintenance contractors, cleaners and other property management matters Office Administration (REMT only)  Answer incoming telephone calls/queries and forward calls as appropriate  Manage REMT visitors until handover to their point of contact  Advise on transport and book for staff/visitors as appropriate  Assist with maintenance of basic office catering supplies and specific catering requests  Where time allows, assist with basic conference facility management  Assist the coordination of incoming/outgoing post and deliveries  Assist the coordination and collection of recycling/waste  Undertake basic administrative tasks for the Business Support Team  Other duties as reasonably required by your Manager

Posted 3 days ago
By The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Job: Press Assistant

The Corner Shop Scotland is an Arts PR agency based in Leith in Edinburgh which works mainly, although not exclusively, with arts organisations in Edinburgh and around the country. We are looking to appoint a creative and highly organised individual to assist in the smooth running of media campaigns and the office. The Corner Shop also has an office in Covent Garden in London. The Candidate: • Is passionate about arts • Has some understanding of, and interest in, the media and journalism • Pays close attention to detail and is extremely organised • Is an excellent communicator, verbally and in writing • Has an energetically positive attitude and remains calm under pressure • Has initiative, self-motivation and can work independently • Has the ability to multi-task and prioritise • Is reliable and professional at all times • Is proficient in Microsoft Office The Role includes/requires: • Supporting the press campaign work undertaken by the Publicists and Director • Managing online and offline media monitoring • Building and maintaining relationships and contact with media, clients, associates and suppliers • Maintaining the company mailing lists and databases • Attendance at company events and press nights as required • Administration of press night tickets • Dealing with requests for images, footage and press information • Office duties including answering the phones, post, couriers, stationery, travel booking, filing systems, compiling financial statements and equipment maintenance. • Maintaining office filing and storage systems • Some flexibility due to the nature of the work Remuneration, benefits and holiday entitlement: • 6 month contract with the potential to extend • Salary: 18,000 per annum, paid monthly • Working hours: 9.30am to 5.30pm – occasional out of office, evening or weekend work required • 20 days holiday annually pro rata + public holidays • Responsible to the appointed publicist or the Director To Apply: Please send your covering letter and a CV to: magda@thecornershoppr.com Postal applications can be sent to: The Corner Shop PR, 93 Constitution Street, Edinburgh, EH6 7AE www.thecornershoppr.com Interviews will be held on Thursday 1st June. Unfortunately we will not be able to contact unsuccessful applicants.

Posted 9 days ago
By The Corner Shop PR Scotland

Job: PR Account Executive/Senior Account Executive

Hot Tin Roof are looking to hire a PR Account Executive or Senior Account Executive with a nose for news and a talent for writing. A creative thinker, plain talker, great writer and media junkie, who is good fun and has massive energy – is this you? They are currently looking to hire someone with one to two years of agency experience. This is a job for an ambitious Account Executive who wants to fast track their career in an independent agency environment. HTR want someone who will hit the ground running and is hungry to learn new things. You will be resourceful, creative and proactive, enthusiastic, keen to learn and with good attention to detail.

Posted 5 days ago
By Hot Tin Roof PR

Job: Art Workshop Instructor

Instructors for creative workshops wanted. Any media or artform is acceptable provided it fits in a two hour time frame and is relatively easy to bring to any location. Artists will be paid. The workshops are flexible and fun and take place across Edinburgh.

Posted one month ago
By Pop Up! Scotland

Salary £15-£25 p/h
Deadline 30 May 2017
popupscotland.org

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Opp: Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 - Street Team Members Required

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. Job Specs: Working from August 2nd – 28th 2017. Between 3 - 5 hours per day, roughly between 4 and 9pm. Venue passes to five of the 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 one month ago
By Show And Tell

Salary £8.80 [paid weekly]
Deadline 31 May 2017
www.showandtelluk.com

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Job: Freelance Crew Required

SCENEgineering are looking for able bodied crew to add to their pool. Applicants must be physically fit, capable and flexible. The work isn't always theatre based and ranges from loading vans to building set or exhibition stands. Full Clean UK Driving licence and over 25's desirable but not essential we will accept applications from all applicants. This is for an immediate start with work in our workshop, on site and in our venues.

Posted 4 days ago
By SCENEgineering Ltd

Job: Videographer

The Edinburgh Blogger Conference are looking for 3 keen and creative film indivuals who can film one of the 3 workshops, edit and later we will pop it on our site for guests to look back on! Unfortaunlty this isn't paid but you will get networking opportunities, food, drinks, fun goodies, games and a chance to join the day! This is held on the 17th of June 2017 at WHITESPACE - EDINBURGH

Posted 3 days ago
By Edinburgh Blogger Conference

Job: Production Controller ( Part Time post)

Barrington Stoke Ltd publish fiction in both colour and black and white in a range of formats for children from 5 to 16+ and a small range of full colour picture books. The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years’ experience of book production and a keen eye for detail. You will be able to multi-task and remain cool under pressure as this role will entail juggling priorities and dealing with enquiries. The job is a part-time position, 15 hours/week, based in our Edinburgh office. Your main responsibilities will be: • Controlling and maintaining the production schedule, • Working closely with all members of the team to keep tight control on schedules for all titles at every stage of production • Organising the production of the books, POS and sales material: negotiating print prices, schedules, checking proofs and monitoring delivery, including management of external Shipping agents • Costing estimate requests for new titles and reprints to bring products in on budget Start Date: ASAP Annual Salary: £25,750 (pro rata £11,035) Office hours: 15 hours per week (ideally 4 mornings in the office) Holidays: 9.5 days per annum plus pro rata bank holidays

Posted 4 days ago
By Barrington Stoke Ltd

Salary £25,750 (pro rata £11,035)
Deadline 02 June 2017
www.barringtonstoke.co.uk

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Job: Information Assistant

Information Assistants work as part of a team to ensure the safety of art in the building and to ensure that each visitor’s experience of the Gallery and the exhibition on show is the best it could be. Information Assistants form part of the Gallery’s layered approach to interpretation, offering information to visitors at the level they require, giving them the tools to enable them to access art at the level that is appropriate for them. Information Assistants carry out regular cover in the Bookshop, serving customers and acting as the first point of contact with the Gallery for the public. Information Assistants also work supporting the delivery of events at the Gallery, including set-up and take-down of temporary chairs and equipment. Involving direct contact with the public, the role is demanding, and a friendly, confident and appropriate manner is vital. Deadline for applications: 9am, Friday 2 June Interviews will take place between the 21 – 23 June, with an ideal starting date of Friday 30 June, for the induction and preview of our next exhibition.

Posted 3 days ago
By The Fruitmarket Gallery

Job: Curator

The National Library of Scotland seeks to recruit a specialist curator to have responsibility for the John Murray Archive and its other internationally-significant collections of publishers’ archives. This role is vital to the achievement of the Library’s strategic objectives, and plays a significant part in setting scholarly and professional standards of work for the Collections and Research team. The ideal candidate will already have experience of professional work in the archive sector and a familiarity with the subjects which the postholder will curate. Alternatively, the capacity to demonstrate thorough knowledge of this subject area and an affinity for curatorial work in an archives and manuscripts environment would be welcomed.

Posted -26 days ago
By National Library of Scotland

Job: Actor/Musicians

Mercat Tours are looking for Scottish actors with a musical flare to join our small pool of performers hosting our Scottish Storytelling Suppers. Working with one of the best placed restaurants in Edinburgh our evenings will provide guests with an authentic feel for Scotland, a night in the company of a local full of stories and songs, history and language as well as fine local fayre. Are you an actor who can play host and make guests feel welcome and ‘at home’ as well as entertained? Can you play a guitar, fiddle or other, portable, instrument? If so we want to hear from you, especially if you can sing along. The suppers will run, subject to bookings, Tuesdays to Fridays except in August. Additional private bookings at other times possible. Salary: £55 per event – with the possibility of several events per week. To Apply Please send a CV with letter of interest to tania@mercattours.com, in person at our offices, or by post to 28 Blair Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1QR, marked for the attention of Tania Dron.

Posted 15 days ago
By Mercat Tours

Job: Videographer & Editor - Property Videos

We are looking to recruit an experienced Videographer, or Photographer with video experience for our established Property Video business. Working in the Central Belt, Stirlingshire and Perthshire, You will be required to visit clients in their home, shoot a short Property Movie and then edit and submit the finished article within the specified delivery time. This is a 'full time' role but some flexibility may be required as there can be anywhere from 2 to 5 videos to shoot per day. We are looking for an enthusiastic video shooter/editor with bags of energy and the ability to build rapport with members of the public. You will understand the importance of delivering a quality product on time, every time. You will be based in either Stirlingshire, Perthshire or Edinburgh as most of your work will be in that area and you will have your own transport. You may have just finished a course in video production and are looking for your first step into the industry or you may have worked with a similar company and would be open to a slightly different role within a fast growing company. Although this role will initially be on a freelance basis, this is an exciting time in the expansion of our company and in 3-6 months there may be the possibility of full time employment, with this candidate playing a key role in the future expansion of the company. Equipment required for this position would include: - Mirrorless DSLR style camera (Must be Panasonic GH4/GH5, Sony A7 series, Sony Alpha 6300/6500) - Handheld electronic gimbal (essential) - Lenses to include wide angle and portrait lenses for close-up shots - Tripod and Monopod - Camera Slider - Adobe products to include Premiere Pro and After Effects We would be keen to speak to anybody with experience, with a passion for creative cinematography but possibly more importantly, a self-starter, who is keen to earn, but is absolutely passionate about delivering the best product each and every time as you may be required to complete 25+ of these videos per week. Our focus is on a quality product, so if you have an eye for detail and an interest in property then this could be the ideal position for you. Immediate start possible. Interested? In the first instance, please forward us your CV outlining work experience, personal experience, the equipment you currently use and a short note on why you believe you are the right candidate to help drive the business forwards. We would also be keen to see your work so please forward any examples to us in the form or a web link.

Posted 15 days ago
By FILMWORX

Job: Visitor Experience Team Leader

Working across the National Museum of Scotland and the National War Museum within Edinburgh Castle, you will work within a group of Team Leaders leading your own team to provide an excellent visitor experience. You will lead by example encouraging others to have a strong customer focus in all that they do, while at the same time ensuring the safety and security of visitors and our collection front of house. You’ll also be successful through your strong administrative, ICT and planning abilities. As this role involves working evenings, weekends and public holidays on a regular basis and occasional overtime, it is important that you have a flexible approach towards work. The successful candidate is expected to take up post in July 2017. To make an online application for this post and to find further details of this post and of all our vacancies please visit www.nms.ac.uk. If you require further information telephone 0131 247 4094 (answerphone) or email applications@nms.ac.uk, stating reference NMS17/731 Closing date for completed applications is midnight on Sunday 4 June at 5pm. It is anticipated that the selection event will take place on/around Wednesday 14 – Monday 19 June 2017. Please note that CVs are not considered as/as part of applications and will not be forwarded to the shortlisting process.

Posted 4 days ago
By National Museums Scotland

Salary £20,207 - £21,951
Deadline 04 June 2017
vacancies.nms.ac.uk

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Job: Graphic Designer

The University of Edinburgh is one of the UK’s most highly respected, successful and impressive sporting universities, with an outstanding service offer spanning health & well-being to performance sport. University Sport & Exercise is now seeking a creative graphic designer to play a key role within its dynamic Marketing & Memberships’ team. This position will be responsible for developing, end to end, visual assets across a variety of digital and print platforms to support effective and inspiring promotional campaigns and initiatives. Candidates for this post should possess creative flair, up-to-date knowledge of industry software and a professional approach to meet uplifting design commissions and set delivery time-lines. A keen eye for detail, the ability to interpret briefs and apply them to a diverse customer base, and commitment to team working are all further expectations of prospective candidates, alongside a capacity for flexible working and managing competing priorities. This post offers attractive personal development opportunities and an interest in sport and/or fitness would be an advantage Applications should be supported with a portfolio/examples of your previous design work. This can be in the form of a PDF or link to an online gallery.

Posted 15 days ago
By University of Edinburgh Sport & Exercise

Salary 21.843
Deadline 05 June 2017
www.s1jobs.com

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Job: Gallery Assistant (Fixed Term)

The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is seeking to engage four motivated and organised Gallery Assistants. The Gallery Assistants will work in a small team to contribute to the smooth daily running of Inverleith House galleries and programme for the duration of Plant Scenery of the World. You will be responsible for gallery invigilation, front of house duties, administrative support and supporting the events and education programme. You should be personable and confident in welcoming visitors, engaging visitors in conversation, answering questions about the exhibition, and conducting visitor surveys. You should be experienced in administrative support, desirably in an art or museum context, and confident working as part of a small team. You will have a can-do attitude, positive disposition and enjoy engaging with audiences. For more information and to apply, please visit http://www.rbge.org.uk/about-us/vacancies.

Posted 9 days ago
By Inverleith House, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Job: Digital Communications Officer (PT)

Creative Carbon Scotland is looking for a talented and enthusiastic individual to join the team on a part time (3 days per week) contract to assist in the development of digital communications, which play an increasingly important role in achieving the organisation’s mission and objectives. The Digital Communications Officer will take a lead on the management of CCS’s website (anticipated re-launch 2019) and digital platforms and tools, including developing new content and resources to ensure the organisation's outcomes are achieved across cultural and sustainability sectors, as well as assisting in the development of the Communications Strategy with the CCS Producer. This is a fixed term contract until 31 March 2018. Continuation of the contract is anticipated subject to funding. Salary is £24,500 pro-rata (0.6 FTE)

Posted 9 days ago
By Creative Carbon Scotland

Job: Development Officer

As part of our Development (Fundraising) team, you will help identify and secure funding from a range of sources and strengthen relationships with existing funding partners; delivering the highest level of service. With experience in a fundraising, sponsorship or sales environment, you will have experience of making funding applications and hold a good working knowledge across all funding streams. You will be pro-active, enthusiastic and play a key role in delivering the organisation’s fundraising targets. You will have a flexible approach, excellent interpersonal and organisational skills and the ability to prioritise and multi task while working under pressure.

Posted 3 days ago
By Edinburgh International Science Festival

Job: Assistant Buildings Manager

Out of the Blue is a social enterprise which incorporates a unique blend of art forms, artists, creative spaces and activity. OOTB has a track record of working with people, in a wide range of creative activity. The primary purpose of the Assistant Buildings Manager is to support the management of OOTB’s buildings and their infrastructure as part of a regular maintenance cycle; to support the daily operation of the OOTB Drill Hall and other buildings utilised by Out of the Blue.

Posted 2 months ago
By Out of the Blue

Salary £17,255 pro rata (Part time)
Deadline 15 June 2017
www.outoftheblue.org.uk

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Opp: Smart Oxford Playable City® Commission

The Smart Oxford Playable City® Commission is a brand new competition, challenging creative innovators from around the world to produce an idea that puts people and play at the heart of the city of Oxford. Commission of £30,000 (to cover fees, development, delivery, testing and production costs of an idea)

Posted 18 days ago
By Watershed

Job: Affiliate Content Producer

The List is the UK’s leading guide to arts and entertainment and we’re looking for a crack writer with commercial experience to help us expand and strengthen our affiliate and ticketing content and partnerships. The role will involve activities and tasks across our content, digital and commercial teams, and requires a strong understanding of CMS, creative thinking and attention to detail. You will have experience with analytics and a keen interest in online publishing trends.

Posted 3 months ago
By The List

Job: Account Manager

The List have an opportunity to join an award-winning team, gaining revenues from venues, festivals and brands for the UK’s leading events and entertainment guide. The focus of this post is to increase revenues from existing clients and acquire new business from a range of services including advertising, newsletters, promotions, content development services, and sponsorship. The candidate will be expected to source, negotiate and close key transactions over the phone and through face to face meetings.

Posted 3 months ago
By The List

Opp: QEST Apprenticeship Scheme

The Scheme is targeted at and young, aspiring – but inexperienced – craftspeople. QEST will fund up to £18,000 over three years to companies wishing to hire a craft apprentice. The next round of applications will be open from June to August, with interviews held in the Autumn.

Posted one month ago
By QEST Apprenticeship Scheme

Job: Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 - Venue Technicians

theSpaceUK are looking for [Voluntary] Technicians to work with us during the Fringe Festival 2017. We're after committed, enthusiastic and hardworking volunteers to work in our closely knit production team in Edinburgh throughout August. If you have a working knowledge of technical theatre (whether it’s lighting, sound, stage management or any other aspect), an awareness of public and workplace safety and can interact with confidence with theatre companies and members of the public, you're the kind of person we're looking for. You'll be working with our Venue Managers and Production Team to keep our theatres running technically and logistically, ensuring that we're keeping everyone safe and helping to make the festival an enjoyable experience for our visiting companies and audiences. The position is voluntary but you will receive a living allowance that is designed to cover the costs of living in Edinburgh for the festival. You will need to find your own accommodation, or already be living in Edinburgh. It would be advantageous if you can bring basic tools and safety footwear. Our Festival runs from Friday 28th July to Monday 28th August 2017, and you’ll need to be available for the duration. During this time you will be given time off to enjoy the festival, but do be prepared for some long days in between, especially set up and rehearsal days. You will also get free entry to any of our shows, discounts at our bars and above all a fantastic opportunity to experience the festival and all it has to offer! Applicants must be aged 18 or over and be a UK/EEA citizen or hold a UK full work permit at the point of application. If you're interested, please email us with your CV. Make sure you include any relevant theatre experience (including any amateur/voluntary work) and any experience you have of working with the public. If you have any relevant qualifications or training (e.g. first aid) this should be mentioned too. Please e-mail our crew chief at crewchief@thespaceuk.com.

Posted one month ago
By theSpaceUK

Job: Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 - Box Office Staff

theSpaceUK still have [Voluntary] positions available for Box Office staff to work across our various sites at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017. If you're competent with computer based box office systems and ready and willing to work with the public, then we may have a role for you at this year's Fringe. Above all we want people who are excited about being at the Edinburgh Fringe and have a keen interest in live performing arts. We will provide training in how to use our bespoke Box Office software, free entry to any of our shows, discounts at our bars and staff will get to thoroughly enjoy the festival. The position is voluntary but you will receive a living allowance that is designed to cover the costs of living in Edinburgh for the festival. You will need to find your own accommodation, or already be living in Edinburgh. Applicants must be aged 18 or over and be a UK/EEA citizen or hold a UK full work permit at the point of application. Staff need to be available from Tuesday 1st to Monday 28th August 2017 inclusive. Find an application form on this page of our website http://www.thespaceuk.com/about-us/work-for-us/ and email to karl@thespaceuk.com

Posted one month ago
By theSpaceUK

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 3 months ago
By Above A Sleeping City

Job: Emoji Designer Wanted

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

Posted 5 months ago
By Interwoven PR

Deadline 27 December 2017

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Job: Assistant Designer

Speirs + Major are award-winning international designers who work with light. They currently have a position available in our Edinburgh studio for individuals with excellent design and visual communication skills and who have a passion for design. Applicants must be able to hand sketch and should be experienced users of Photoshop, AutoCAD, and a 3D software package, (Rhino, 3D Max etc.). Any experience of Revit would also be beneficial.

Posted one month ago
By Spears & Major

Salary Experience dependant
Deadline 31 December 2017

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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 2 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 6 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 5 months ago
By Nude Life

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

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Job: Knitting Teachers

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

Posted one year ago
By Knitting For All Ltd