How can I get a job at Edinburgh Festival?

I really want to work at the festival over the summer – any suggestions on how I can get a job and what kind of job I can get?

Any current vacancies for the Edinburgh International Festival 2008 or the Edinburgh Festival Centre will be advertised on this website.

There are other Festival organisations that take on staff on a temporary basis during the Festival period. These are listed below for your information:

Starbucks Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival
Tel: 0131 467 5200
Edinburgh Military Tattoo
Tel: 08707 555 1188
Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Tel: 0131 226 0026
Edinburgh International Book Festival
Tel: 0131 718 5666
Edinburgh International Film Festival
Tel: 0131 229 2550
The Edinburgh Mela
Tel: 0131 557 1400

Jobs for 15 year olds in Edinburgh?

I'm 15, living in Edinburgh, Scotland and i would really like a part time job maybe in a cafe or a beauty salon. If anyone has any ideas please let me know.

Tell them you will clean up and help the others get whstever they need. In return tell them you want to learn the business and in their spare time show you how to do the different things.

Where to go in Edinburgh or Glasgow to find a job?

I´m looking for a job in Edinburgh or Glasgow. Where can I find a job agency? I want to work for 6 month to practice my English and to learn more about the (lovely) Scots!
@Fencer: Thank you for your welcome! I´m looking forward to beautiful Scotland!

Job Centre near Princes Street in Edinburgh also every Thursday at Metro newspaper free on the buses. Good Luck and welcome to Edinburgh.

Where are legal jobs advertised in Edinburgh/Scotland?

Are there any good agencies? Is there a particular publication or website to look at?

Try jobcentre plus scotland or order a copy of the Scotsman newspaer on a friday which has an appiontments pull out and is Edinburgh based but advertises proffesional jobs from all over Scotland,
And Killerclown you might like to know that Edinburgh has full employment the envy of the UK please revise your stereotypes of Scots