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Subject: Position at Cliveden Conservation Workshop Limited

Position at Cliveden Conservation Workshop Limited

From: Tony Hale <tonyhale<-a>
Date: Friday, December 17, 2004
Sculpture and Architectural Research Conservator
Cliveden Conservation Workshop Limited

Cliveden Conservation Workshop Limited (London, SE/SW UK) is a
leading national conservation company specialising in the
conservation and reinstatement of stone and plaster statuary and
decorative ornament.  We are increasingly consulted for works in
Europe, Asia and now North America and to assist the principal in
his consultation work both at home and abroad a post for a Sculpture
and Architectural Research Conservator with particular skills in
architectural conservation must be filled immediately.  Candidates
must be competent in all and specialising in some aspects of the

     *  Architectural design - you must have an architectural degree
        and be trained in up to degree level in architectural and
        sculpture conservation and be experienced in these field for
        all types of stone plaster and ceramics.

    *   Architectural Documentation - a good knowledge and skill in
        architectural drawings, photography and detailed
        technological reports. Versed in computer programmes such as
        Autocad 2 and 3D and various image processors.

    *    Experienced in preparing specification documents in the
        above conservation fields up to tender stage.

    *    Have proven conservation skills for matching stone and
         modelling of all periods and be competent in up to date
         stone cleaning and consolidation techniques.  Additional
         experience in teaching will be appreciated.

Preference will be given to those of with a second and third
language in Spanish and Italian.

Please apply initially by email, attaching a full CV to
trevor<-a t->clivedenconservation< . >com

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