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Subject: Position at West Lake Conservators Ltd.

Position at West Lake Conservators Ltd.

From: Susan Blakney <us>
Date: Wednesday, December 28, 2005
Senior Paintings Conservator
West Lake Conservators

West Lake Conservators, a 30 year old mixed specialty, preservation
firm, providing comprehensive conservation services for paintings,
painted objects, paper, textiles, murals and frames, seeks a highly
skilled paintings conservator, capable of working independently with
a minimum of 10 years experience on traditional and contemporary
paintings.  Applicants must be willing to work on a broad range of
art and artifacts, both independently and in a team approach.
Computer and digital photography skills are a must.  Mural
treatments and surveys offer occasional opportunity to travel.
Independent research and contributions to our field are encouraged.
Assistance with education of the public, workshops and interns is
required. WLC has long had a special interest in the structural
treatment of paintings.  In depth experience with a variety of
lining techniques including cold lining is desired.  With
dedication, opportunity exists for partnership, as senior level
staff  plan for retirement.

Candidates must have a graduate level degree in conservation, or
equivalent knowledge and abilities.  Salary is commensurate with
experience.  Benefits include health insurance, bonuses and a SEP
IRA plan.  Please phone Susan Blakney, Chief Conservator, at
315-685-8534 to discuss the position. Send your letter of interest,
resume and description of special research interests and three
professional references to us [at] westlakeconservators__com with a
subject line Paintings Conservator Position and by mail to PO Box
45, Skaneateles, NY 13152.  Visit
<URL:> to learn more about us.

Susan Blakney
Chief Conservator
West Lake Conservators
PO Box 45
Skaneateles, NY 13152
Fax: 315-685-0027

The Mariners' Museum

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Received on Wednesday, 28 December, 2005

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