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Subject: Position at National Maritime Museum

Position at National Maritime Museum

From: Penny Hughes <phughes>
Date: Wednesday, November 10, 2004
Paper Conservator
National Maritime Museum
Salary range: UKP17,000 to UKP19,000 depending on experience

The National Maritime Museum is seeking a recently qualified Paper
Conservator to join its Conservation and Preservation Section. The
Museum's 2-D collections include paintings, ship plans, charts,
maps, historic photographs, books, manuscripts, prints, drawings and
globes.  The primary responsibility for the post holder will be to
support the museum's exhibition, loan, access and collection care
programmes. The post holder will join a team of nine experienced
conservators at the National Maritime Museum.

Background and Experience:

    A recognised professional qualification in Paper Conservation

    *   A high level of manual dexterity
    *   An enthusiastic and flexible approach to work
    *   The ability to work independently and as part of a mixed
        team of conservators
    *   Previous studio experience would be an advantage
    *   Good organisational skills--to plan and prioritise work and
        meet deadlines
    *   Good computer skills--word processing, spreadsheet and
        database systems

Terms and Conditions:

Salary range: UKP17,000 to UKP19,000 depending on experience

Core hours of work will be 41 per week, 9.00am - 5.00pm, Monday to
Friday, with an additional hour to be worked as agreed upon with

To apply please send a CV and covering letter to

    Human Resources
    National Maritime Museum
    Park Row
    London SE10 9NF
    recruitment [at] nmm__ac__uk

We regret we are unable to reply to every applicant.  If you do not
hear from us within three weeks of the closing date please assume
you have not been shortlisted.

Closing date for the receipt of applications: 26 November 2004

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:22
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Received on Wednesday, 10 November, 2004

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