31 Janvier 2017 Dans 6 jours
This position is based in Beirut and interested applicants must have a legal working permit to work in Lebanon.
Culture Resource is one of the largest independent cultural organizations in the Arab region and works in three main areas:
Supporting artists, writers and emerging cultural institutions in the Arab region;
Improving the conditions of cultural work politically, legislatively and economically;
And, presenting and promoting important creative works to the Arab public.
Founded in 2004, the work of Culture Resource is overseen by a General Assembly, consisting of 30 members from 13 Arab countries, which votes for the Artistic Board every three years. The organization continuously aims to broaden the circle of those benefitting from its services and to effectively respond to political, social and cultural changes in the region. As a result of its activities and services over the years, Culture Resource has been able to support the work of over 900 artists, writers, and cultural managers through its services and engage with hundreds of thousands of audience members in the region through the various public events it organizes, including theatre and music. Consequently, Culture Resource represents one of the most successful experiments in civil society work in culture in the region and has earned great respect at both the regional and international level.
Interested applicants for the position of Managing Director of Culture Resource should send their completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 31 January 2017.
Applications should include the following:
A committee consisting of members of Culture Resource will review the applications and determine the applicants who will be invited for an in person interview in March 2017. A final decision will be made between the end of March 2017 and beginning of April 2017.
Deadline: 31 January 2017.
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