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Positions at Andrea Pitsch Conservation

From: Andrea Pitsch <apnyc>
Date: Monday, October 16, 2000
Assistant Conservator, Works on Paper
Junior Conservator, Works on Paper
Andrea Pitsch Conservation,
New York City

These positions are available in the next few months, the starting
date is flexible. The positions are open-ended, and candidates
seeking a long-term tenure will be favored. With both positions,
there is substantial opportunity for advancement.

Since 1985, APC, located in
midtown Manhattan, has provided high-caliber paper conservation and
consultation services to an internationally known clientele of
museums, artists' estates, galleries, corporate and private
collections. The objects are interesting and varied, mostly fine
prints, maps, and original works on paper from 18th Century to
Contemporary. We bring an inquisitive and innovative attitude to
modern problems.

The challenges and rewards of these positions are substantial, and
will leave plenty of room for an individual's interests and
professional growth. Salaries will be commensurate with experience
and ability.

Assistant Conservator applicants should have a degree in art
conservation, or equivalent, plus 2 or more years' experience,
preferably with art on paper. Responsibilities will include
examination, proposals, and hands-on treatment on a wide range of
objects. The job will provide experience with technical and creative
problem-solving, curatorial issues, and administration.

Junior Conservator applicants should have a degree in art
conservation, or several years' experience as a conservation
technician. This position will concentrate on examination and
hands-on treatment with an eye to developing the skills and
confidence that come with experience.

Please direct inquiries or letter and resume to Andrea Pitsch at
apnyc [at] rcn__com, or call 212-594-9676, Fax: 212-268-4046.

                  Conservation DistList Instance 14:24
                Distributed: Wednesday, October 18, 2000
                       Message Id: cdl-14-24-008
Received on Monday, 16 October, 2000

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