Chair, Acceptance in Lieu (AIL) Panel (UK-wide remit)
Location: In-person meetings are currently held in central London, however there is an option to join virtually. The in-person meeting location may become more flexible in the future. Travel expenses will be reimbursed.
Contract Type: Voluntary position for a fixed term of four years (with the possibility of reappointment for a second term)
Closing Date: Midnight,16 October 2022
Salary: This is a voluntary role, with UK expenses reimbursed
Specific Hours: A time commitment of at least 20 days per year is expected.
Each year the AIL Panel oversees the allocation of a budget of £40 million in tax forgone to acquire objects for public collections through the AIL and Cultural Gifts schemes.’ These schemes bring objects of exceptional cultural importance into collections where they give lasting enjoyment and inspiration to all.
As Chair of the AIL Panel, you will play a significant role in shaping the nation’s collections and will influence the direction of the schemes at this moment of recovery and renewal. The Chair of the AIL Panel will share Art Council’s values and commitment to equity and inclusion.
In this role you will:
- play a significant part in shaping the nation’s collections
- use and further develop your leadership skills in overseeing one of the largest public collections acquisition programmes in the country
- influence the direction of the schemes at this moment of recovery and renewal
- position them to maximise their impact for the sector and wider society
We are keen to hear from a wide range of people from across the UK and particularly encourage applicants who are from underrepresented groups, are based outside London and/or have achieved success through non-traditional educational routes. Arts Council is committed to building an inclusive workplace and recruiting a workforce that is as diverse as the communities we serve. However, you identify and whatever background you bring with you, we welcome you to apply for a role at Arts Council. The appointment is in consultation with the Secretary of State for the Department of Digital, Media, Culture and Sport (DCMS).
We welcome any questions you may have about the appointment process or the role, please contact Emmie Kell, Director Museums and Cultural Property firstname.lastname@example.org
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More details and how to apply at the link below.
Closing date: Midnight, 16 October 2022