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Subject: Position at National Gallery, London

Position at National Gallery, London

From: Joseph Padfield <joseph.padfield>
Date: Thursday, March 2, 2006
HP Research Fellow: One year post
National Gallery, London

UKP26,247 p.a. inc.

You will work within the existing Scientific department imaging
programme to develop and apply digital examination methods,
including visible, infrared, X-ray, multi-spectral and surface
texture imaging techniques. The work may involve the development of
image capture equipment and software, the manipulation, use and
dissemination of images, and the controlled reproduction of the
images as prints. You will be encouraged to devise imaging projects
arising from their own relevant interests, or building on previous
research in the department. We are looking for a well-qualified
individual, ideally with relevant postgraduate or post-doctoral
experience. Knowledge of, or experience in, digital imaging, image
processing and/or colour science is required and experience of
working in a museum or conservation environment would be an
advantage. You will also be able to communicate effectively, both
orally and in writing, with wide range of individuals who may have
varying levels of understanding of the field.

Closing date: 31 March 2006.

For an application pack, please see
<URL:http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/jobs> or e-mail
recruitment [at] ng-london__org__uk

Alternatively, please telephone +44 20 7747 2504.

Please quote reference SCIEN/10/01.

All applicants with a disability who meet the essential
short-listing criteria will be guaranteed an interview.

The National Gallery is an Equal Opportunities employer.

Joseph Padfield
Scientific Department
The National Gallery,
Trafalgar Square
London WC2N 5DN
+44 20 7747 2553


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