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Positions at National Museums Liverpool

From: Vicky Gregory <vicky.gregory>
Date: Monday, April 19, 2004
Research Assistant and
Product Development Consultant
National Museums Liverpool

National Museums Liverpool is a unique organisation with
responsibilities both as a major national museum group, and as a
regional and local museum service for people in Liverpool and the

Product Development Consultant
National Museums Liverpool
Salary UKP25,830 - UKP31,044
2 year fixed term contract
Ref: 2004/040

    We are looking for a Product Development Consultant to be based
    within the Sculpture and Inorganic Conservation Department of
    the Conservation Centre with an element of on-site work.   You
    will work with a team of conservators and research scientists
    from the Laser Technology section bringing the practical aspects
    of 3D technology to the recording and restoration of sculpture.
    You will produce new products for conservation and educational
    purposes, including the development of 3D technologies for the
    forensic examination of works of art.

    To be the successful candidate you will have a degree in a
    relevant subject, have 3-5 years experience of 3D modelling or
    3D computer use and experience of traditional sculpture
    techniques.  Relevant skills in modelling and sculpture are
    essential; as are excellent organisational and interpersonal
    skills, report writing skills and a full clean driving licence.
    Knowledge of rapid prototyping and experience of working in a
    commercial environment are desirable.

    The closing date for receipt of completed applications is
    Thursday April 29, 2004.

Research Assistant
National Museums Liverpool
Ref: 2004/039
Salary UKP16,144
2 year Fixed Term Contract

    We are looking for a Research Assistant to work with a small
    laser technology team within our Sculpture and Inorganic
    Conservation department. You will principally be using a variety
    of laser scanning systems to record objects in 3D and
    manipulating raw data to produce finished images for replication
    work, educational and exhibition purposes.

    To be the successful candidate you will have 5 GCSEs or
    equivalent, a degree in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or a
    relevant computing subject would be an advantage, as would
    experience of 3D recording. You will have good IT, communication
    and organisational skills and be well motivated with the ability
    to work to tight deadlines. Knowledge of CAD packages, 3D Studio
    Max and an interest in the arts are desirable.  You should also
    hold a driving licence.

    The closing date for receipt of completed applications is
    Tuesday May 4, 2004.

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

    National Museums Liverpool
    Human Resources Department
    PO Box 33
    127 Dale Street
    Liverpool L69 3LA

Alternatively, you may request details via e-mail from
humanresources [at] liverpoolmuseums__org__uk or visit
<URL:> to download an application

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