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Subject: Position at West Lake Conservators Ltd.

Position at West Lake Conservators Ltd.

From: Susan Blakney <westlakers>
Date: Thursday, September 9, 2004
Painting Conservator
West Lake Conservators Ltd.

Opportunity exists to join West Lake Conservators, (a
well-established, private, group practice) as Associate Painting
Conservator <URL:>. West Lake
specializes in the conservation of paintings, murals and paper,
frames, preservation framing, and archival mounting of textiles. Our
group practice has a full-time staff of 6 with the additional
support of an office manager, part-time interns and technicians.
Over the past thirty years, WLC has provided services to an
established clientele of small to mid-sized museums, historic
societies, university collections, and private clients.  Located in
the heart of the scenic Finger Lakes in Skaneateles, NY, our lab has
approximately 3800 square feet (with plans to relocate into a
purpose built facility), is well equipped and supported by a
computer network. Flexible hours and an informal atmosphere create
an appealing work environment.

Applicants must be willing to work on a broad range of art and
artifacts, both independently and in a team approach.  Mural
treatments and surveys offer occasional opportunity to travel.
Independent research and contributions to our field are encouraged.
Assistance with education of the public and hosted professional
workshops is required. Candidates must have a graduate level degree
in conservation, or equivalent knowledge and abilities. Computer
skills are essential. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Benefits include health insurance, bonuses and a SEP IRA plan.
Please send your letter of interest, resume and three professional
references to:

Susan Blakney, Chief Conservator
West Lake Conservators, Ltd
PO Box 45
Skaneateles NY 13152

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:15
               Distributed: Wednesday, September 15, 2004
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Received on Thursday, 9 September, 2004

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