July 1, 2004 - Center for Icelandic Art (CIA.IS) - Director
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July 1, 2004

Director

Director

The Centre for the Promotion of Icelandic Art

   DIRECTOR
The closing date for applications for the post of Director of The Centre for the Promotion of Icelandic Art has been extended to August 15, 2004.

Written applications must be sent before August 15 to:
The Centre for the Promotion of Icelandic Art
Hafnarstraeti 16
101 Reykjavik
Iceland

www.sim.is/kim/

DIRECTOR
The closing date for applications for the post of Director of The Centre for the Promotion of Icelandic Art has been extended to August 15, 2004.

The Director is the full-time controller of The Centre’s operations, appointed by the Board for five years. He or she decides The Centre’s form and direction, seeking to improve contacts between Iceland and the international arts community, and is responsible to the Board.

The Director sees to the daily operation of The Centre, manages its finances, raises funds, prepares budgets and manages accounts.

The Director presents budgets to the Board for approval and is responsible to the Board for budgetary implementation.

The Director appoints The Centre’s staff as needed.

Further information concerning the Constitution of The Centre for the Promotion of Icelandic Art can be found on the website of The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists: www.sim.is/kim/

Written applications must be sent before August 15 to:

The Centre for the Promotion of Icelandic Art
Hafnarstraeti 16
101 Reykjavik
Iceland

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