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Subject: Position at National Museum of Wales

Position at National Museum of Wales

From: Sue Renault <sue.renault<-a>
Date: Tuesday, November 22, 2005
Preventative Conservation Officer (Grade E)
Museum of Welsh Life, St Fagans
UKP20,000 - UKP27,999 per annum

The Museum of Welsh Life is a 100 acre open air museum with a Grade
I Elizabethan Manor House and re-erected buildings from different
parts of Wales. The Department of Social and Cultural History is
seeking to appoint a qualified Preventive Conservation Officer to
join its Conservation Unit and assist in the care of its displayed

The successful applicant will be expected to establish preventive
conservation procedures, assess, plan and implement the cleaning and
conservation of a wide range of artefacts on open display in the
buildings on site and oversee environmental and pest monitoring. In
addition to line managing the Preventive Conservation Officer (Grade
D), they will also co-ordinate the training and monitor work
standards of the cleaning staff.

Candidates should hold a recognised conservation qualification and
have at least 3 years relevant experience along with a good
knowledge and understanding of Health and Safety, including COSHH
Regulations. The post holder will be encouraged to work towards
accredited status (PACR) if not already accredited. The ability to
speak Welsh, or the committed willingness to learn, would be highly

For further details and an application form, please contact our
answerphone service on +44 29 20573348 or see

Closing date for applications: 25th November 2005

NMGW is an equal opportunities employer. Applications are welcome
from all sections of the community.

Sue Renault ACR
MWL Conservation Unit
Museum of Welsh Life
St. Fagans
Cardiff CF5 6XB
+44 29 2057 3453
Fax: +44 29 2057 3490

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