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Position at Saint Louis Art Museum

From: Zoe A. Perkins <zoe.perkins>
Date: Monday, March 13, 2006
Conservator of Paper
Saint Louis Art Museum

The Saint Louis Art Museum seeks a conservator of paper who will
responsible for the care and treatment for all works on paper in the
collections, including over 13,000 works in the Dept of Prints,
Drawings and Photography. The candidate should have a degree from a
recognized conservation program or its equivalent.  A minimum of
eight years conservation experience in paper is required, and ten
years is strongly preferred. Knowledge of photography conservation
is a plus. The position includes the supervision of a conservation
technician. Candidate must have the ability to work collaboratively
with excellent oral and written skills. The museum offers excellent
benefits including travel. Position and salary will be based upon
the successful candidate's qualifications and experience.

The Saint Louis Art Museum is one of the top ten comprehensive art
museums in America, based on the scope and quality of its
collection. The museum has four modern conservation labs in the
areas of objects, paintings, paper and textiles. Applications will
be accepted until the position is filled. Informal inquires can be
directed to

    Zoe Perkins
    Administrative Head of Conservation
    314-655-5271
    zap [at] slam__org

To apply please submit a letter of application, as resume, the names
and telephone numbers of three professional references, and three
conservation treatment examples to:

    Saint Louis Art Museum
    Attn: Human Resources Department
    One Fine Arts Drive, Forest Park
    St. Louis, MO 63110-1380
    Fax: 314-721-6172
    jhawkins [at] slam__org

EOE

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