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Subject: Position at National Museum of Fine Arts, Sweden

Position at National Museum of Fine Arts, Sweden

From: Charlotte Ahlgren <can>
Date: Friday, February 16, 2001
Paper Conservator
Nationalmuseum and Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde Museums of Fine Arts

Nationalmuseum and Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde Museums of Fine Arts
are situated in Stockholm, Sweden. Together they have c. 180
employees. Nationalmuseum of Fine Arts is looking for an experienced
paper conservator for the care of the collections as well as work in
connection with an extensive exhibition programme. The museums
collection of prints and drawings includes an important collection
of European old master drawings and European architectural drawings.
It totals around 200 000 objects and is considered one of the ten
major collections of the world in this field. It is the object of
extensive research in art history, in Sweden as well as

The post includes the responsibility as head of paper conservation,
which has a total of three employees. In the museum organisation the
workshop is part of the department of Collections.

Applicants should have a documented experienced of work with old
master drawings and architectural drawings. Non-Swedish applicants
should be able to communicate in Swedish, Danish or Norwegian.

The post is a temporary employment for six months,  full time,
starting at earliest convenience.


    Head of Collections:
    Mr Torsten Gunnarsson
    +46 8 5195 4303
    tgn [at] nationalmuseum__se.

    Trade-union representatives:
    Lillie Johansson, SACO
    +46 8 5195 4447

    Inger Tengqvist, ST
     +46 8 5195 4404

    Bo Gustavsson, SEKO
     +46 746 337804

Applications including CV and stated salary expectations, should be
addressed to:

    Nationalmuseum med Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde
    Box 161 76
    103 24 Stockholm

Last day of application: April 3 2001. Please quote: Dnr 33-59/01.

                  Conservation DistList Instance 14:45
                 Distributed: Friday, February 16, 2001
                       Message Id: cdl-14-45-030
Received on Friday, 16 February, 2001

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