Subject: Position at West Lake Conservators Ltd.
Paintings Conservator West Lake Conservators Ltd. West Lake Conservators <URL:http://westlakeconservators.com/> seeks a mid- to senior level paintings conservator for a one year contract. This position is available immediately and will be renewable depending upon future work load and mutual job satisfaction. The candidate must be capable of working independently and demonstrate a high level of problem solving and efficiency in completing treatments. West Lake is a respected private practice specializing in the conservation of paintings and frames, paper, preservation framing and archival mounting of textiles. Our group practice has a full-time staff of 6 with additional support of part-time interns and technicians. Flexible hours and an informal atmosphere create an appealing work environment. Over the past twenty-six years, WLC has established an excellent clientele of small to mid-sized museums, historic societies, university collections and private clients. Located in the heart of the scenic Finger Lakes in Skaneateles, New York, a relaxing lifestyle can be found in the charming village with its friendly, small town community. Approximately 3800 square feet of lab (with ongoing plans to relocate into a purpose built facility) is well equipped and supported by a computer network and office manager. Applicants must be willing to work on a broad range of art and artifacts, both independently and in a team approach. Candidates must have a graduate level degree in conservation or equivalent experience, knowledge and abilities. Computer skills are essential. Salary is commensurate with experience and includes first year benefits of health insurance, national holidays and bonuses. Send letter of interest, resume and three professional references to: Susan Blakney, Chief Conservator West Lake Conservators, Ltd. PO Box 45 Skaneateles, NY 13152 westlakers [at] compuserve__com *** Conservation DistList Instance 15:19 Distributed: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 Message Id: cdl-15-19-008 ***Received on Tuesday, 21 August, 2001