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Position at University of Canberra

From: Ann Sharp <ams>
Date: Tuesday, April 21, 1998
Lecturer Paintings Conservation
University of Canberra
Faculty of Applied Science
$46713 - $55327 pa
Reference No. 98/2026

The Lecturer in Painting Conservation will develop and teach
paintings conservation at the Bachelor's degree level in the
Conservation of Cultural Materials Course in the School of Resource,
Environmental and Heritage Science. He/she will also supervise
research by undergraduate and postgraduate students and undertake
personal research in an appropriate field.  Teaching will
concentrate on the history and technology of paintings and materials
used in paintings, the causes of deterioration, the materials and
methods of painting conservation and introductory microscopy and
photography.  The Course has a laboratory specifically for teaching
paintings conservation.

You will have a degree in the conservation of cultural materials
with a specialisation in paintings conservation, have in-depth
experience in the conservation of Western easel paintings and have
at least five years of experience in the conservation of traditional
and modern paintings in a variety of media, styles and structure.  A
higher degree and previous teaching experience is highly desirable
but not essential.

Appointment will be initially for a period of 5 years.

Selection documentation is available by calling 02-6201-2607 (24
hour answering machine).  Applicants must obtain the selection
criteria before seeking further information about the duties from
Benita Johnson at +61 2 6201 2632.

Applications:  Applicants should address the Selection Criteria, and
include the names, addresses and fax numbers of at least 3 referees.
Applications should be addressed to:

    Recruitment Officer 1D107
    University of Canberra ACT 2601

The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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