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CALL FOR MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

International Cultural and Creative Industries Regulatory Authority

As the 2021 Board term is coming to an end, and ICCIRA is seeking for (3) board members.

Please visit the International Cultural and Creative Industries Regulatory Authority website: https://www.iccira.org

Procedures:

1. Please register your interest and apply by sending us an email to admin@iccira.org with a short cover letter, your CV and your photo.

3. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

4. Applications deadline Friday 14 January 2022.

5. Successful candidates will be notified before Monday 31 January 2022.

6. Selection procedure commences.

Please, send your details to admin@iccira.org

Terms of Appointment

A Member of the Board of Directors is appointed on the recommendation of the appointments committee. The appointment, on a voluntary basis, will be made at the beginning of February 2022, for an initial period of approximately eleven months (31/12/2022), with the provision for the possibility of an expansion until 31/12/2023.

As a Board Member, you will be supporting the Management Team and help ICCIRA developing internationally.

Please, read the new ICCIRA Constitution (introductory notes and Pars 1, 2, 3, 6) as it will be uploaded and presented amended before the 9th January.

Board Member roles are governance and strategy based and occasionally will be expected to support in areas that would usually be designated for operational staff, such as fundraising and bid writing.

The Management

ICCIRA

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Αmendments to the Agreements and MoU’s between International Independent Arts Council and third parties.

Due to restrictions forced because of  Covid-19 pandemic and EU-Brexit bill changes, all Agreements and Memorandum of Understandings have been cancelled and/or rearranged accordingly in order to comply with current updates, trends, laws and regulations.

Promotion for all third parties will continue with out stop (on a case by case basis, unilateraly).

All parties (organisations or individuals), having a firm agreement or MOU with the International Independent Arts Council IIAC, are advised to get in touch with IIAC, in order to discuss amendments and certain changes which are expected to occur due to the above mentioned health related restrictions . 

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