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Positions at Museum of London

From: Johan Hermans <jhermans>
Date: Thursday, July 29, 2004
Conservator (Objects) and
Conservator (Textiles)
Museum of London

We are looking to appoint to two posts who will support the work of
the Conservation and Collection Care department in its forthcoming
work programme.  These posts are for a duration of 6 months and will
be based at the Museum of London.

Conservator (Objects)
Museum of London
Salary UKP20,925 - UKP25,374 per annum pro rata.
35 hours per week.

    An objects Conservator is required to support the Department's
    work for the Museum of London's Medieval gallery refurbishment
    project, due for completion in October 2005. The post will be
    based within Applied Arts, working on a wide range of materials
    and on other practical and preventive conservation care
    projects. You will hold a recognised qualification in a relevant
    branch of objects conservation with hands on, practical
    experience and an up to date knowledge of materials and
    techniques. For an informal discussion on this post please ring
    Helen Ganiaris on 020-7814-5580.

Conservator (Textiles)
Salary UKP20,925 - UKP25,374 per annum pro rata.
21 hours per week.

    We are also seeking a part-time Textile Conservator to undertake
    practical and preventive conservation work on a wide range of
    textile and related objects from the Museum's collections for
    display, loan and study purposes.  The Museum of London has one
    of the finest collections of costume and other textiles in the
    world, offering a wide range of challenges.  You will hold a
    recognised qualification in textile conservation, with a minimum
    of 2 years experience in the field.

    For an informal discussion on this post please ring Johan
    Hermans on +20 7814 5647. Based within the Department of
    Conservation and Collection Care, both posts will be expected to
    participate in cross-disciplinary projects and collections care
    work as required.  Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to
    collections care and increasing collections access.

Further details and an application pack for both posts are available
from the

    Human Resources Department
    Museum of London
    London Wall
    London EC2Y 5HN
    +20 7814 5793 (24 hour ansaphone)
    recruitment [at] museumoflondon__org__uk

Closing date: 20th August 2004.
Interviews scheduled for: Tuesday 7th September 2004 (Textiles) and
Wednesday 8th September 2004 (Objects).

The Museum of London aims to be an Equal Opportunities employer.
Applications are welcome from all suitably qualified candidates.

Johan Hermans

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