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Positions at Historic Royal Palaces

From: David Howell <davidathcp>
Date: Friday, December 17, 1999
Textile Conservators  
Historic Royal Palaces

The Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) house a collection of large scale 
textiles comprising tapestries, state beds, furnishings and the 
Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection.

HRP is looking for several textile conservators, with proven 
training and practical experience, to join the team of 13 based at 
Hampton Court Palace.

You will be undertaking practical conservation treatments under the
direction of Section Managers, and must be capable of providing and
assessing treatment options within a variety of contexts.  You must 
be a good organiser and capable of managing and delivering projects 
within deadline and budget.  All the Studios' work is supported by a 
conservation scientist and a technician, and you will need to 
incorporate their work with yours.  Accurate record keeping is 

Much of the work is carried out in small teams, and an ability to 
work closely with and sometimes manage others is essential.  Self 
motivation, a lively interest in the work, responsibility and humour 
are also ideal ingredients for this role.

Range 7 - Salary Sterling 18,455 - 20,906
Range 8 - Salary Sterling 15,978 - 18,100    
Depending on qualifications and experience
Range 9 - Salary Sterling 14,526 - ,16,454

Deadline for application - 5th January 2000.
Applicants must be entitled to take up employment in the EC.

Please quote Reference 395

To request more information and an application form please contact:

    Historic Royal Palaces
    Personnel Section
    Apt 45 Hampton Court Palace
    Surrey KT8 9AU
    +44 208 781 9770 (24 hour answer phone)

David Howell
Conservation Scientist
Historic Royal Palaces
Hampton Court Palace
Surrey KT8 9AU
+44 208 781 9812 or 9814 (direct line)
Fax: +44 208 781 9813

                  Conservation DistList Instance 13:35
                 Distributed: Friday, December 17, 1999
                       Message Id: cdl-13-35-026
Received on Friday, 17 December, 1999

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