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Positions at Queens

From: Alison Murray <am26>
Date: Tuesday, March 19, 2002
Paintings Conservator and Paper Conservator
Art Conservation Program
Dept. of Art, Queen's University

There is slight flexibility on the March 22 deadline.  Please Fax:
your application letter by March 29.

The Department of Art at Queen's University seeks applications from
qualified individuals for two positions in the Art Conservation
program, one in the conservation of painting and the second in the
conservation of paper.  Both appointments will be for a period of
three years, non-renewable, to commence on 1 July 2002, and will be
made at the rank of assistant professor.  Salary will be
commensurate with qualifications and experience.  The salary floor
for the rank of assistant professor is $43,500.  Each position
involves the supervision of graduate students in practical
conservation and research, and lecturing in the history, technology,
and conservation of paintings or paper. Research and publications
are also expected.  The successful candidate will hold at least a
master's degree (or equivalent) in art conservation with a
specialization in the conservation of paintings or paper, and will
have significant experience in conservation practice and
demonstrated teaching and research abilities.  Administrative
experience will also be an asset.  The Art Conservation program
offers a Master of Art Conservation degree (MAC) and interacts with
fine arts (BFA) and art history (BA, MA, PhD) programs, all within
the Department of Art.  Letters of application should include a CV,
copies of major publications, and the names of three individuals who
have been asked to submit letters of reference.  The deadline is
Friday 22 March 2002. Applications should be sent to:

    Dr John Osborne
    Head, Dept. of Art
    Queen's University
    Kingston, ON K7L 3N6

Queen's University is committed to employment equity and welcomes
applications from all qualified women and men, including visible
minorities, aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, gay men
and lesbians.  All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply;
however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada will be
given priority.

Alison Murray
Associate Professor
Art Conservation Program
Queen's University
Fax: 613-533-6891

                  Conservation DistList Instance 15:64
                 Distributed: Thursday, March 21, 2002
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Received on Tuesday, 19 March, 2002

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