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Subject: Position at Studio for Conservation and Restoration Singapore

Position at Studio for Conservation and Restoration Singapore

From: Bob Feldman <bobfeldman<-a>
Date: Sunday, January 30, 2005
Head of Painting Conservation Unit
Studio for Conservation and Restoration Singapore

We seek a professionally trained painting conservator to become Head
of the Painting Conservation Unit at a leading conservation studio
working primarily for the private market and institutions in
Southeast Asia.  Join a team of professionals to become part of a
growing company based in Singapore with outreach to Indonesia,
Malaysia, Hong Kong, Thailand and the Philippines.  We need a
dynamic responsible individual who is attracted to living in the
tropics and is motivated to help the business grow.  The Studio is
centrally located in a villa surrounded by a green urban environment
with easy access to transportation.

Qualifications and Requirements:

    *   Professional training
    *   Minimum 5 years experience as a painting conservator after
    *   Experience with clientele from the private sector (not just
        institutions) is essential
    *   Able to work independently as well as being team-oriented is
    *   Experience working in numerous countries is useful
    *   Excellent English speaking, writing and communication skills
        is essential
    *   Excellent social skills to live in a multicultural society
    *   Willing to understand and work within the culture of Asian
    *   Ready for the challenge of a change

Starting Date: 1 April 2005
Salary:    Commensurate with experience

Send CV and list of references ASAP to conservation<-a t->pacific< . >net< . >sg

Robert Joel Feldman
Managing Director
Studio for Conservation and Restoration Singapore
+65 6732 8050
Fax: +65 6732 6848

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:37
                Distributed: Wednesday, February 9, 2005
                       Message Id: cdl-18-37-021
Received on Sunday, 30 January, 2005

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