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Subject: Position at National Museum of Denmark

Position at National Museum of Denmark

From: Mads Christian Christensen <mads.christian.christensen>
Date: Wednesday, October 20, 2004
Senior Adviser, Building Science and Climate Control
The Department of Conservation
National Museum of Denmark

National Museum of Denmark require a Senior Adviser with
responsibility in the area of preservation of buildings to start
January 1, 2005 or as soon as possible thereafter. The post holder
will be a part of the Department of Conservation's laboratory.


    *   Measuring and advising on climate in churches and other
        protected buildings

    *   Analysis and advice giving concerning reparation of
        protected buildings

    *   Research and development concerning building science and

    *   Advising on climate requirements, light levels and
        appropriate materials for use in exhibitions and storage

Qualifications: Applicants should have a relevant academic
background with at least a PhD, knowledge of building science,
experience in solving microclimate problems, ability to work in the
area of building conservation with consideration to preventive
conservation of the decoration and objects contained within.

Applicants should be experienced in and well suited to collaborating
with others from other academic backgrounds and at all levels.
He/she should be able to work independently and be flexible. The
applicant must have a driving licence and be willing to travel

Salary and employment conditions: Working hours are 37 hours per
week. The position is permanent. Salary and employment conditions
are as those described for state-employed academics in Denmark. An
academic committee containing an external examiner will evaluate

Application procedure: Three copies of a written application
containing details of education, career to date, publication list or
evidence of scientific writing including 3 examples of the
scientific writing you wish to be evaluated should be received by
the Museum no later than midday, November 19, 2004 at

    National Museum of Denmark
    Personnel Office
    Frederiksholms Kanal 12
    Copenhagen K, DK-1220

Further information can be obtained by contacting

    Mads Chr. Christensen
    Head of Laboratory
    +45 33 47 3530
    mads.christian.christensen [at] natmus__dk

Information about the National Museum of Denmark can be found on

The National Museum strives for equality among employees and invites
applications from all interested, regardless of sex, age, ethnic
background or religion.

Mads Chr. Christensen
Head of Laboratory
The National Museum of Denmark
Dept. of Conservation
PO Box 260
DK 2800 Lyngby

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:19
                 Distributed: Monday, October 25, 2004
                       Message Id: cdl-18-19-016
Received on Wednesday, 20 October, 2004

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