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Subject: Position at Tate

Position at Tate

From: Vicky Barnard <vicky>
Date: Friday, June 4, 2004
Head of Frame Conservation
Starting salary: up to UKP30,000 pa

Tate's Conservation department is responsible for the technical
investigation, conservation and restoration of works of art in
Tate's Collection and care.

For an experienced frame conservator, this is a unique opportunity
to lead a specialist team within a major national gallery. This role
involves researching and treating frames from the 16th Century to
the present day, co-ordinating the section's activities, and
providing expert advice.

You will be an expert frame conservator with good organisational,
analytical and problem solving skills. Experience of managing a
small team will be an advantage, although not essential. The level
at which we appoint will reflect the range of expertise you can
bring to the post.

In addition to salary, Tate offers generous benefits including the
choice of final salary or stakeholder pension.

For an application pack, please visit <URL:>
or email sally.spenceley [at] tate__org__uk quoting ref 4038/CR

Closing date: June 21, 2004

Tate is working towards equal opportunities

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