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Subject: Position at National Heritage Board, Stockholm

Position at National Heritage Board, Stockholm

From: Hans-Erik Hansson <hanserik.hansson>
Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2002
Conservator of stone and porous materials
National Heritage Board, Stockholm

The National Heritage Board, Conservation Department, Buildings and
stonework division, Stockholm, Sweden has an open position for a
conservator specialised on stone and porous materials.

The National Heritage Board is the central government administrative
agency for conservation of cultural and historical monuments in
Sweden. The Conservation department is the central source of
knowledge for conservation and restoration. The Department
co-operates primarily with the county administrative boards, county
and local museums and undertake commissions from parish authorities.

We are looking for an experienced conservator, specialised on stone
and porous material for a deputy-ship for the period of June 2002 to
June 2003.

You should have a bachelors degree in conservation, have experience
of, and be interested in research and development issues within the
field. Experience and knowledge of materials closely related to
stone, such as concrete, bricks and plaster is a qualification. You
should have power of initiative, be responsible and be able to work
within a group as well as more independent. Knowledge of Swedish or
other scandinavian languages is a qualification.

If you have any questions, please contact the head of the division

    Sune Lindkvist
     46-8-51 91-81-90
    sune.lindkvist [at] raa__se

We want your application (no special form is provided) together with
a short description of yourself and a CV before June 18, 2002. Mark
your application with the reference number 114-1611-2002 and send it

    The National Heritage Board
    Box 5405
    114 84 Stockholm

                  Conservation DistList Instance 15:79
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Received on Tuesday, 21 May, 2002

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