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Subject: Position at Harvard

Position at Harvard

From: Henry Lie <lie>
Date: Thursday, July 6, 2000
Conservation Scientist
Harvard University Art Museums

The Straus Center for Conservation at the Harvard University Art
Museums is seeking a senior-level conservation scientist. The
scientist will coordinate and supervise research involving the
analysis of artists' materials; materials used in the storage,
display, and shipment of works of art; and environmental conditions
which effect the same. He/she will actively engage in ongoing
research and publication and initiate original research relating to
artists' materials and techniques and publish the results. As a
Lecturer in University's History of Art and Architecture Department
he/she will provide instruction in artists' materials analysis to
undergraduate and graduate students and supervise analytical
components of conservation intern research projects. The scientist
will also serve the analytical needs of the Straus Center
conservators and research curators in the study, treatment and
preservation of the collection.

Required: Ph.D., chemistry/physical science. Eight or more years
leadership experience in conservation science; experimental research
experience with emphasis on artists' materials and techniques;
ability to teach, conduct and direct scientific research;
substantial publication record; outstanding written/oral
communication skills; excellent administrative and supervisory
skills; proven project management skills; knowledge of one or more
foreign languages preferred.

To submit your resume and cover letter on line, go to:

Or, you can send your resume and cover letter to:

    Harvard University
    Resume Processing Center

Henry Lie
Harvard University Art Museums
32 Quincy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Fax: 495-0322

                  Conservation DistList Instance 14:3
                  Distributed: Thursday, July 6, 2000
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Received on Thursday, 6 July, 2000

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