Arctic Council Secretariat Staff Rules
These Rules set out terms and conditions of employment, working relationships and rights and responsibilities of the Staff members in the service of the Arctic Council Secretariat (hereafter referred to as the Secretariat). The Staff Rules were most recently revised at the Portland SAO meeting October 2016. The salary scales were most recently updated in May 2018.
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Meeting of Deputy Ministers. Stockholm, Sweden. May 15, 2012. Staff rules of the Arctic Council Secretariat. Arctic Council (2012-05-15)Staff rules of the Arctic Council Secretariat as approved at the Deputy Ministers' Meeting of the Arctic Council held in Stockholm, Sweden 15 May 2012.
Host country agreement between the Government of the Kingdom of Norway and the Arctic Council Secretariat on the legal status of the Secretariat and the privileges and immunities of the Secretariat and its staff members Government of the Kingdom of Norway; Arctic Council Secretariat (2013-01)Host Country Agreement outlining the legal status of the Arctic Council Secretariat located in Tromsø, Norway. This agreement was signed 21 January 2013 by Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs Espen Barth Eide and Arctic ...
The Arctic Council and the Arctic Data Directory. New Opportunities for Circum-Arctic Information. A proposal submitted to the Arctic Council Senior Arctic Officials by the International Arctic Environmental Data Directory Council. Fairbanks, Alaska. April 2000. Arctic Council (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2000-04)"Data and information are essential and powerful tools in the world of the 21st century. Their ongoing development and dissemination within the circum-Arctic context create a wealth of new opportunities, contribute ...