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Subject: Position at Carnegie Museum of Art

Position at Carnegie Museum of Art

From: Diane Schwabe <schwabed>
Date: Friday, April 6, 2001
Move Conservator
Carnegie Museum of Art

The Carnegie Museum of Art is seeking a Move Conservator for the
Conservation department.  The primary function of this position is
attending the day to day conservation aspects of the upcoming move
of collections from storage and galleries to temporary locations.
This will be a temporary, full-time position lasting about two
years.  The salary range will be between 23-27K depending upon
qualifications.  Candidates should have a degree from an accredited
conservation training program or equivalent experience, as well as
excellent organizational and communication skills. Specialization in
objects conservation preferred, museum and collection move
experience is desirable.

Responsibilities: Responsibilities will include but are not limited
to: Interpreting survey data to make decisions about handling,
packaging, environmental requirements and treatment of works of art
involved in the move. Performing additional surveys to gather data
for decision-making purposes. Training technicians and other staff
involved with the move to maximize the safety of collections during
the move.  Designing and ordering material to create containers and
packages for storage of art.  Overseeing the actual move.

The move conservator will be under the supervision of Rhonda
Wozniak, Objects Conservator.

No phone calls please.  E-mail or Fax your resume to:

    Diane Schwabe
    Conservation Department
    Carnegie Museum of Art
    schwabed [at] carnegiemuseums__org
    Fax: 412-622-3112


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