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Subject: Position at National Museum of Denmark

Position at National Museum of Denmark

From: Jens Glastrup <bev-jg>
Date: Thursday, November 16, 1995
The National Museum of Denmark
Conservation Department
Leader of the Metal Conservation Group

The job: To lead and inspire a group of sixteen people conserving
metal and ceramic objects from archaeological to modern times. To
develop conservation methods and to research in the history of
technology. The leader of Metal Conservation is also a member of the
leader group for the Conservation Department, which has a staff of
about 100.

Qualifications: Conservator, Engineer or Scientist with a relevant
speciality. Experience of leadership.

The place: The conservation department is divided between a smaller
workshop in the centre of Copenhagen, close to the National Museum
and a larger group of workshops 14 km north, in an old factory set
in a green valley. The technical facilities are good: X-ray
photography, X-ray fluorescence, X-ray diffraction, access to SEM
with EDAX. There is a chemical laboratory and well equipped
workshops. There is collaboration with Denmark's Technical
University and with other research centres. Some sense of the
activities of the museum can be gained by visiting the museum's web
site at: (mostly in Danish). To visit the
conservation department (in English) add:  /cons/home.htm  For
fuller information: Phone +45 3347 3502, or fax: +45 3347 3327.

The pay will be about dkk 300,000 - 350,000. The exact pay is
determined by negotiation with the Danish trade union for Graduates.
Working hours: approximately 37 hour week, 5 weeks holiday per year.

Non Danish applicants: Non Danish speakers are expected to become
reasonably fluent in the language within a year.

Application: Send application and CV to the attention of

    Agnete Gamst
    The National Museum
    Conservation Department
    Post box 260
    Brede, DK-2800
    Lyngby, Denmark

to arrive before the 4 December 1995. Name two referees. Include
letters from them in your application or arrange for them to send
letters directly to the National Museum.

Applications can be sent by E-mail to: bev-jbr [at] brede__natmus__min__dk
to ensure arrival in time, but a letter must also be sent.

Jens Glastrup

                  Conservation DistList Instance 9:44
                Distributed: Tuesday, November 21, 1995
                        Message Id: cdl-9-44-009
Received on Thursday, 16 November, 1995

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