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June 23, 2011

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ARCA Job Announcement

ARCA (The Association for Research into Crimes against Art) is seeking to hire a full-time Chief Executive Officer. This is an exciting new position within the organization to sustain ARCA’s recent growth and facilitate future plans for expansion. As a small, virtual organization, ARCA is looking for a dynamic and proactive individual with adaptable skills that can handle all aspects of the organization—from writing strategic plans to posting envelopes. Reporting directly to the Board of Trustees, the CEO has first-line responsibility for the administration and general management of ARCA and its projects, as well as, organizational development and fundraising. The CEO is expected to broaden and diversify the sources of financial support and substantially increase annual revenue.

ARCA is a non-profit organization which researches contemporary issues in art crime and cultural heritage protection. ARCA’s mission is to serve as a resource of knowledge and expertise necessary to increase the security and integrity of all art and cultural works. As an interdisciplinary group, ARCA aims to bridge the gap between the practical and theoretical elements of this global issue. ARCA’s main activities include: running the Postgraduate Certificate Program in International Art Crime and Cultural Property Protection in Amelia, Italy; publishing the Journal of Art Crime and other relevant publications; hosting the Annual Art Crime Conference; and sponsoring lectures and other educational programs.

For the specific duties, responsibilities, and candidate requirements please view the full job announcement. (View the full job description and details here).

To Apply: please email a cover letter and resume to jonifincham"at" with the subject line: "ARCA CEO Application" by Friday, July 22, 2011.