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Subject: Position at Chicago Conservation Center

Position at Chicago Conservation Center

From: Megan Ann Jones <meganann.jones>
Date: Thursday, September 16, 2004
Associate Painting  Conservator
Chicago Conservation Center

The Chicago Conservation Center is expanding the Painting
Conservation Department and is seeking an Associate Painting
Conservator. The candidate will be responsible for treatment of
paintings from the 15th through the 21st Century for private,
public, and institutional collections.

The candidate should be an active contributor to the field of
conservation and be dedicated to furthering their education and
training within the field. Qualifications include a degree with a
specialization in painting conservation with three to five years
post-graduate experience in both private and public facilities.
Excellent communication, organization, written and computer skills

The Chicago Conservation Center was established twenty years ago to
serve the conservation needs of both private collectors and public
institutions. The Center's 22 staff members work in six departments:
Paintings, Works of Art on Paper, Textiles, Murals, Frames and
Objects/Sculpture. The Center has recently expanded its community
arts education and preservation efforts with regional programs for
students and institutions.

A competitive salary will be offered commensurate with
qualifications and experience. The position also includes a generous
benefits package. Applicants should submit a cover letter,
curriculum vitae, and salary history to

    Heather Becker
    Fax: 312-944-0595
    hbec [at] earthlink__net

Refer to <URL:>

The Chicago Conservation Center is a member of the AIC, IIC, CACG,
WAAC and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Megan Ann Jones
Special Projects Officer
Chicago Conservation Center

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:16
                Distributed: Tuesday, September 28, 2004
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Received on Thursday, 16 September, 2004

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