As a board member, you will work with the rest of the board and the operational team. You support the DGA members in your domain and co-create the strategy and actions of the association. You play an active role in your domain and network. You work with other volunteers in different task forces, each working on specific projects. Examples of these projects could include events, meetings and the creation of useful resources for our member base.
The board of the DGA is ultimately responsible for all activities and actions taken by the association. The board is currently organised in five – partially overlapping – divisions: Entertainment, Indie, Applied, Education and Research. Next to these division managers, the board is completed by a Chairperson, a Secretary and a Treasurer.
As we are an association, board positions are voluntary – they are unpaid (but highly valued). Tenure is not fixed, however we hope to welcome you for several years. The typical time investment is 2-4 hours per week. Board meetings are held online once per month.
Working at the DGA, you actively participate and contribute to the Dutch game community.
We currently have no vacancies.
If we have a vacancy and you would like to apply, then please send an email to email@example.com with your motivation and profile. You can also use this email address if you have any questions for us.
We will then organize an interview and make a selection of candidates. We will propose suitable candidates to the DGA members in a dedicated members meeting, where there will be a vote to install the new board members.
We look forward to hearing from you!
– The DGA team
About the Dutch Games Association
The mission of the DGA is to represent the Dutch games industry and to support it in achieving its full economic, creative and social potential. The DGA is therefore a sector based organization aimed at both networking and knowledge building. The DGA represents the sector and creates relevant connections among members and with the rest of the world in and around the game industry.
Read more about DGA here.