Bo Concept are hiring a full time consultant see link for further details: full-time-sales-2016
Project Co-ordinator, Part Time, 1 Year Contract
IRO £22,000 to £24,000 per annum
Cryptic is recruiting a Project Co-ordinator to play a vital role in the delivery of Cryptic Nights, Sonica and Cryptic Associates.
It is vital to have at least two years relevant practical experience and it is desirable to have experience of working in a similar cultural organisation, be good with people and be able to work in a busy environment.
For an application pack please either email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0141 354 0544.
Application Deadline: 9am on Tuesday 27th September 2016
Interviews: Thursday 6th October 2016
If you have any queries about the role or wish to submit your application in another format you are welcome to contact Jana Robert, Project Manager on 0141 354 0544 or email@example.com
Cryptic is an Equal Opportunities Employer, Charity no. SC022476
Supported by Creative Scotland
Interested in a worthwhile part-time job with excellent pay and benefits?
Want to work with school learners from S1-S6 in the West of Scotland in schools and on the university campus?
Like to enhance your skills and CV with valuable teaching experience?
Then tutoring on the University of Glasgow (UoG) Widening Participation (WP) Programmes 2016-17 could be for you.
The Top-Up Programme aims to facilitate progression to higher education for pupils from areas of low-participation, to make pupils aware of higher education as a real possibility, and to increase pupils’ confidence in themselves and their abilities to succeed. The focus of the Programme is to familiarise pupils with the key requirements of a higher education course of study, e.g., preparing for a lecture, participating in a seminar, completing a written assignment. At the same time, we aim to equip pupils with essential learning skills for higher education, such as critical thinking and deep active learning.
The Reach Programme aims to increase the numbers of applicants and entrants from areas of low participation. Reach works with S4-S6 pupils, introducing them to these subject areas and preparing them for application.
The Early Secondary Programme works with S1-S3 pupils, raising awareness of and aspirations to studying in Higher Education after school and the careers to which this can lead. Pupils are encouraged to assess their skills and strengths and to make informed subject choices at this stage to keep all their options open.
We are currently recruiting motivated, dynamic postgraduate tutors to work in schools on a part-time basis. The programmes run from September to June, but hours will vary from week to week. The main qualities required are generic (no subject specific input is required). However, a commitment to widening access issues is essential and experience of tutoring is preferred.
Please apply online at the following URL (quoting job reference number 014129 : http://www.gla.ac.uk/jobs/ Closing Date: 7th September 2016
For further information on the Top-Up Programme, please go to the Widening Participation at Glasgow website http://www.gla.ac.uk/about/wideningparticipation/
Sense Scotland’s One Giant Leap Programme supports young people with communication support needs and/or learning disabilities who are in the process of leaving school and we want to hear from you. The group involves supporting members to take part in activities such as art, music, drama, gardening and dance.The programme is looking for volunteers on a rolling basis.
For further details : 2016 volunteer poster
Revive MS Support (www.revivemssupport.org.uk) wishes to commission an artist/designer to create a suitable artwork for its new Therapy and Administration Centre in Moorpark Court, Govan, Glasgow.
The purpose of the artwork is to recognise the contributions made by everyone who has helped us to buy and fit out the new Centre and to pay for the development of our services providing care and support to people who are living with Multiple Sclerosis as well as their carers/families.
The artwork will be displayed within the Reception Area of the new Centre. The budget for the commission is up to £3,700, including materials and artist’s fee.
For a copy of the full brief please go to www.revivemssupport.org.uk/commission-brief
If you are interested in applying you should send a ‘Statement of Interest’, together with a brief CV and around 7 images (with an image list) of your previous work (as a Powerpoint or PDF). Statements of Interest should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday 16th August 2016.
The timeline is as follows:
|Tuesday 16th August 2016||Deadline for Statements of Interest, CV’s and images. A Panel will consider submissions and select up 3 artists to Stage 2.|
|Tuesday 30th August 2016||Stage 2. £100 will be made available to up to 3 invited artists to submit their proposal. Details of requirements for submission can be found in the Commission Brief|
|Monday 24th October 2016||Deadline for proposals by selected artists|
|Monday 31st October 2016||A Panel meets to select artist for the commission|
|Monday 21st November 2016||‘Mock-up’ (to be discussed with selected Artist) required by this date for showcasing at Reception event at the Centre|
|End April 2017||Artwork completed and installed in time for Official Opening of the Centre – planned for MS Awareness Week 2017 (29 April – 4 May)|
Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or would like more information: Cara Thom, Fundraising & Communications Manager, Revive MS Support, 16 Chapel Street Estate Glasgow G20 9BQ; t 0141 945 3344; m 07970 862 165