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Subject: Position at National Gallery of Art

Position at National Gallery of Art

From: Michael Skalka <mska>
Date: Wednesday, October 13, 1999
Conservation Science Research Assistant
National Gallery of Art

The National Gallery of Art is seeking a research assistant for the
scientific research department.  The incumbent will work with the
Gallery's scientists on the study of artists' materials and methods
and/or the study and development of stable conservation materials. A
bachelor's degree in one of the sciences or equivalent degree,
experience using laboratory instrumentation and a strong interest in
conservation science are required. Applicants with experience in the
art conservation field are preferred.

This is a permanent, federal position.  United States citizenship is
required.  Recruitment will be conducted at two federal grade
levels, GS-5 and GS-7, with yearly starting salaries at $22,208 and
$27,508 respectively. Applicants for the GS-5 level should have a
bachelor's degree or equivalent experience.  Applicants for the GS-7
level requires 1 full year of graduate study in chemistry or at
least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-5
level in the Federal service.  Candidates who wish to be considered
at both grade levels must submit two application packages.

Applicants should send a resume and a cover letter outlining
education, experience and desire to work at the National Gallery of
Art.  The names of two references with daytime phone numbers should
also be provided.  Please send application materials to

    Michael Skalka
    Conservation Administrator
    DCL, National Gallery of Art
    Washington DC 20565

Inquiries only can be directed to m-skalka [at] nga__gov.  The National
Gallery of Art is an equal opportunity employer.

Michael Skalka
Conservation Administrator
National Gallery of Art
Washington DC 20565

                  Conservation DistList Instance 13:25
                Distributed: Thursday, October 14, 1999
                       Message Id: cdl-13-25-007
Received on Wednesday, 13 October, 1999

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