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Subject: Position at National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside

Position at National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside

From: Leanne Jones <leanne.jones>
Date: Monday, May 13, 2002
Business Manager
Assistant Shipkeeping Conservator
National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside (NMGM)
Salary UKP24,000 - UKP30,287
One Year Fixed Term Contract

    National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside (NMGM)
    <URL:> is responsible for the management
    of 8 venues containing outstanding collections of national
    importance in the areas of art, history and science.

    NMGM is recruiting a Business Manager to lead the development of
    exciting commercial opportunities within the field of artwork
    conservation.  The award winning Conservation Centre has already
    developed an income stream from the provision of artwork
    conservation, research and training services. An Office of
    Science and Technology grant has now made it possible to expand
    these services and extend their commercial growth.

    You will be of graduate calibre and be able to demonstrate
    success in the development and management of a small
    enterprise/start up. You will be goal orientated, proficient in
    business planning, financial accounting, project management,
    contract negotiation and marketing.  You will be highly
    motivated and enthusiastic, have excellent communication skills
    and may have an interest in the arts and sciences.

    The closing date for receipt of completed applications is Friday
    31 May 2002 and interviews will take place on Thursday 20 June
    2002. Reference number 2002/005

Assistant Shipkeeping Conservator
Salary UKP11,500

    You will assist in the care, conservation and restoration, where
    applicable, of NMGM's important Ship and Boat collection and
    other objects.

    You will have 5 GCSEs or equivalent and will have acquired good
    woodworking craft skills.  You will be part of a dedicated team
    and will assist staff across a range of skilled tasks.
    Experience in the use of hand and power tools is essential and
    manual dexterity will be required for work on fine objects, such
    as small wooden boats.  The ability to work at heights will be
    required, as will physical fitness for the maintenance of ships
    and the movement of often large and complex objects.  Basic
    knowledge of ships and boat materials, their structures and
    their care is desirable, as is the ability to use computers,
    keep records and compile reports.

    The closing date for receipt of completed applications is Friday
    7 June 2002 and interviews will take place on Wednesday 26 June
    2002. Reference number 2002/010

For further details and an application form, please send a postcard
with your name and address, clearly stating the reference number to:

    NMGM, Human Resources Department
    PO Box 33
    127 Dale Street
    Liverpool L69 3LA.
    humanresources [at] nmgm__org

NMGM is working towards equality of opportunity in all that we do.

Leanne Jones
Human Resources Dept
+61 151 478 4636

                  Conservation DistList Instance 15:77
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Received on Monday, 13 May, 2002

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