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Subject: Position at Ulster Museum

Position at Ulster Museum

From: Michael Comiskey <conserve>
Date: Wednesday, July 3, 1996
Conservator Grade F/E
(Natural Sciences)

Applications are invited from suitably qualified professionals for
the post of conservator (Natural Sciences) Grade F/E in the
Department of Conservation.

This is a newly created post reporting to the Keeper of
Conservation. The postholder will have responsibility for
formulating and implementing preventive conservation strategies for
the Ulster Museum's extensive natural sciences collections (Botany,
Geology and Zoology).  The postholder will also be expected to
develop natural sciences conservation as a specialism within the
Museum and undertake remedial conservation of specimens where and
when appropriate.

Minimum qualifications and experience:

The successful postholder will have a degree in one of the three
natural science disciplines (Botany, Geology or Zoology).  Museum
(collections-based) and/or conservation related experience is

Exceptionally, candidates without the above qualifications but with
considerable relevant experience may also be considered.


The post is graded on the Conservation Grade F/E salary scale
currently UKP 10,977 - UKP 23,697 performance related.  Appointment
to the scale is dependant on qualifications and/or experience.

Application forms and job description can only be obtained by telephone or
in writing from the

    Personnel Office (Recruitment)
    Ulster Museum
    Botanic Gardens
    Belfast  BT9 5AB
    Northern Ireland
    +44 1232 383000 Extension 3107/3108

Completed application forms should be received by the closing date
of 4.00 pm on Friday 26 July 1996.  Only those candidates who appear
from the information available to have the best qualifications
and/or experience will be invited for interview.  It is intended
that interviews will be held around mid-September 1996.

Late applications will not be accepted.

The Ulster Museum is committed to equality of opportunity in
employment and selection will be on the basis of merit. Applications
are welcome from all suitably qualified applicants irrespective of
their religion, gender, political persuasion, age or disability.  As
Roman Catholics are underrepresented within the Museum, applications
from this section of the community are particularly welcome.

Michael Comiskey
System Manager
Ulster Museum
Northern Ireland

                  Conservation DistList Instance 10:6
                  Distributed: Saturday, July 6, 1996
                        Message Id: cdl-10-6-019
Received on Wednesday, 3 July, 1996

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