Those working on the front lines of heritage preservation — including scientists, conservators, museum curators, site managers, archivists, researchers and archaeologists — rely on ICCROM for world-class initiatives in conservation training, information, research, cooperation and advocacy. ICCROM is governed by a General Assembly and a Council. The General Assembly meets every two years in Rome, Italy, and it consists of delegates from all ICCROM Member States. Acting under its authority, the Council, which includes 25 members elected by the General Assembly and six ex officio members, monitors the execution of the programme of activities and budget and formulates long-term policies in close collaboration with the Director-General. The incumbent will collaborate with the Council and the Management Team to develop the new ICCROM Strategic Directions for the next six years. 

Closing date: 20 April 2023