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Subject: Position at Guildhall Art Gallery, London

Position at Guildhall Art Gallery, London

From: Caroline Tragett <caroline_tragett>
Date: Thursday, January 12, 2006
Guildhall Art Gallery
Assistant Frames Conservator
UKP8,735 - UKP10,750 (part time) p.a.
plus UKP2,185.Special Supplement

The City's Permanent Collection of Works of Art comprises c.4, 000
oil paintings, sculptures and works on paper. London topographical
subjects from the 17th century to the present are a major element
while other strengths include Victorian paintings; civic and royal
portraits from the 17th century onwards; the Harold Samuel
collection of Dutch and Flemish paintings; and the studio collection
of Sir Matthew Smith, comprising 175 oil paintings and more than
1,000 works on paper.

We are looking for an Assistant Frames Conservator to assist in the
conservation and restoration of frames, mainly of British works of
art dating from the seventeenth century to the present. Applicants
must have a degree in a relevant subject and/or recognised
conservation training, and a minimum of one year's relevant
practical experience, preferably within a gallery/museum

Application forms and further details available from the

    Director's Secretary
    Libraries Archives and Guildhall Art Gallery Department
    Guildhall Library
    Aldermanbury, London EC2P 2EJ
    +44 20 7332 1850
    libraries.recruit [at] corpoflondon__gov__uk

Monday to Friday 9:30am - 4:30pm

Closing date for receipt of completed application forms is 26
January 2006. Interviews are expected to take place on 17 February

Applications are particularly welcome from women and those from
ethnic minorities who are at present under-represented at senior
level in the Corporation.

The City of London is committed to equality of opportunity and
operates a no-smoking policy.

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