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Subject: Position at National Museum of Fine Arts, Sweden

Position at National Museum of Fine Arts, Sweden

From: Karin Wretstrand <knwd<-a>
Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Paper Conservator
National Museum of Fine Arts, Sweden
Temporary employment for 10 months, full time, starting Feb-March

The National Museum of Fine Arts <URL:>
is situated in Stockholm, Sweden.

The Paper Conservation Studio has three co-workers and is a part of
the Conservation Department with a total of 14 employees. We are
looking for a conservator to work with a special collection of
Prints and Drawings. The project includes both to undertake
practical conservation and preventive work. Another task will be to
take part in the museums extensive exhibition and loan programme,
and will involve making condition reports and conservation
treatments on works of art on paper.

Applicants should have a recognized qualification in paper
conservation and at least two years of work experience. Broad
knowledge in conservation of 17th - 19th centuries prints and
drawings is required. Previous experience in the conservation
aspects of exhibitions is desirable. Non-Swedish applicants should
be able to communicate in Swedish, Danish or Norwegian.

Send a letter of interest including personal record of eduction and
qualifications to

    Nationalmuseum med Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde
    Box 16176
    SE-103 24 Stockholm, Sweden

You may also email your resume to: registrator<-a t->nationalmuseum< . >se

Please mark your application "Dnr 33-508-05".
Closing date: 15 January 2006


    Magnus Olausson
    Head of conservation
    +46 8 519 543 71
    mon<-a t->nattionalmuseum< . >se

Karin Wretstrand
Conservator/art on paper
The National Museum of Fine Arts
Conservation Department
Box 16176
SE-103 24 Stockholm
+46 8 5195 4357
Fax: +46 8 5195 4401

                  Conservation DistList Instance 19:30
                Distributed: Thursday, December 15, 2005
                       Message Id: cdl-19-30-043
Received on Tuesday, 13 December, 2005

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