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Bishopbriggs Media Centre
18 Crowhill Road
Bishopbriggs
Glasgow Scotland
G64 1QY

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 0141-416-2251

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2 more vacancies on offer for 16-19 year olds.  16/17 you must have been completely out of work for at least 1 day.  18/19  year olds you must have been in receipt of benefit for 1 day.

DO NOT APPLY IF YOU ARE IN PART TIME WORK.

7 people have been placed in p/t work with the charity thanks to SCVO and the Scottish Government.

Job Vacancy -

This post is funded by the Scottish Government under the Community Jobs Scotland initiative which will create jobs for 16-19 year old unemployed individuals.   Cue and Review Recording Service is delighted to work with the Scottish Government, SCVO and Job Centre Plus in facilitating this vacancy. We have managed to fill the first 7 vacancies that have been awarded.  For more information on Community Jobs Scotland click the logo above.

PLEASE NOTE: Only 16- 19 year olds who meet all the conditions of funding can apply. Please email our office on alastairmcphee@cueandreview.org.uk with your full CV obviously including your date of birth and we will advise you further on how to check your eligibility. This way we will know you are applying and can track your progress.

 

Employer Details

Employer

Cue and Review Recording Service

Address

Bishopbriggs Media Centre,

18 Crowhill Road

Bishopbriggs

G64 1QY

Vacancy Details

Job Title

Fundraiser/Producer/Presenter

Total hrs per week

25

Wage

hourly rate NMR for age

Work pattern

10am to 5 pm 4 days

Vacancy available to start

22nd July 2013

Job Description

 

Provide internet radio programming to visually impaired people; play a full role in all aspects of the production process; participate in preparation and delivery of events. Your main duties will be presenting, editing and uploading programmes and working with the team on fundraising events and publicity.

Additional Information

 

Cue and Review - "Print Speaking to the Blind" provide daily uploads to the British Wireless Fund for the Blind's Sonata Service of articles from The Herald, Evening Times and Radio Times Scotland.

Eligibility for Community Jobs Scotland

Community Jobs Scotland vacancies are only open to 16 - 19 year olds. Eligibility for 16/17 year olds is "day one entry" based on the discretion of their advisor and for 18/19 year olds is 1 day of unemployment.

For information and referral please contact your Jobcentre Plus Advisor or Skills Development Scotland Advisor once you have seen that the vacancy is live in the Job Centre or on the SCVO website above.

Also email Alastair McPhee your CV so he knows your are in the system.

 

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Select the area that you would like to work in and you will be taken to the vacancies currently available.