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Position at Yale Center for British Art

From: Theresa Fairbanks-Harris <theresa.fairbanks-harris>
Date: Friday, February 16, 2001
Assistant or Associate Conservator
Yale Center for British Art
New Haven CT, USA

Full-time permanent position for an Assistant or Associate
Conservator specializing in conservation of works of art on paper.
The laboratory cares for works of art on paper in the Yale Center
for British Art and the Yale University Art Gallery.
Responsibilities include: care, examination, treatment,
documentation and technical analysis of a wide range of art on paper
and related materials, interacting with curators, and assisting in
the exhibition and loan programs. The conservator will also
participate in departmental activities, such as lecturing, training
interns, and general administration of the lab. The Yale Center for
British Art has the largest collection of British art outside of
England. Some time will be devoted to working on the comprehensive
collection of British art outside of European and American works of
art on paper and some Asian materials owned by the Yale University
Art Gallery. Applicants should have an advance degree from a
conservation program or equivalent training, the ability to design
and carry out skilled treatments to the highest standards, good
communication skills and flexibility to meet the needs of the
institution. Yale University offers a competitive salary and fringe
benefit program. Starting date is flexible.

Please send resume, referencing source code EAAN 6150 to:

    Ms. C. Pedevillano
    Department of Human Resources
    155 Whitney Avenue
    PO Box 208256
    New Haven CT 06520-8256
    Fax: 203-432-9817

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