Arts Council England has launched a new round of recruitment to both the Acceptance in Lieu (AIL) and Designation Scheme panels.
Acceptance in Lieu (AIL) panel
Arts Council England is looking to replace four members of the AIL panel, who are coming to the end of their term.
The Acceptance in Lieu Panel, which has a UK wide remit, advises the Secretary of State for DCMS, and the Ministers in the devolved governments, on items offered under the Acceptance in Lieu and Cultural Gifts Schemes. It also advises HM Revenue & Customs on cultural objects for which a claim for Conditional Exemption is made.
As a member of the AIL Panel you will play an important role in enhancing public collections around the country; you will be part of a process that brings fantastic objects into public ownership so that they can be enjoyed now and by future generations.
For more information and to apply to join the AIL Panel click here.
Closing date for applications is 5pm, 20 June.
Designation Scheme panel
Arts Council England is recruiting 5 new Members of the Designation Scheme Panel. Panel members support the decision-making process for Designation scheme applications, providing expert knowledge and advice and enabling a clear and coherent approach to decisions on application outcomes.
Candidates should be experienced and collaborative people who have a breadth of perspective and a deep understanding of the public benefit of museum, library and archive collections.
For more information and to apply click here.
Closing date for applications is 12noon, 20 June.