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Positions at Art Restorations International

From: Becky Chapman <info<-a>
Date: Thursday, August 18, 2005
Associate or Full Objects Conservator
Art Restorations, Inc.

Art Restorations, Inc. is offering a full-time permanent position
for an associate or full conservator specializing in
three-dimensional objects with a primary focus in porcelains,
ceramics, glass and crystal. This multifaceted company is one of the
largest conservation firms in the Southwest, and is known for its
superior workmanship and exacting standards. Under direction from
administration and senior conservators, responsibilities include:
care, examination, treatment, documentation and technical analysis
of a wide range of decorative objects both in-house and off-site.

Applicants must have a Bachelors degree and have several years of
practice including apprentice or program training. This hands-on
position demands attention to detail, efficient and effective
conservation treatments, and working with a team. Additional duties
may include participation in the training of fellow objects
conservators and interns.

Qualifications include good written and verbal communication skills,
the ability to work independently and with others, experience with
MS Office, and to excel in a dynamic team environment. Problem
solving capabilities are a must in this unique, creative work space.

Benefits include vacation and personal days, comprehensive health
care and a company retirement plan.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Salary
is commensurate with experience. Please mail a cover letter, resume,
writing sample/example of condition report and references to:

    Ms. C. Goodson
    7803 Inwood Road
    Dallas TX 75209
    Art Restorations, Inc.
    info<-a t->artrestinc< . >com

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