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Position at Museum Conservation Services Ltd

From: Nicholas Burnett <mcs>
Date: Thursday, May 4, 2006
Paper conservator
Museum Conservation Services Ltd
Cambridge, England

Museum Conservation Services Ltd is looking for conservators
specialising in works of art on paper. We are seeking enthusiastic
conservators with a willingness to learn and develop.

The successful candidate will work alongside several other paper
conservators in our spacious and well equipped, private conservation
studios just outside Cambridge. We are searching for 'bench
conservators' for practical conservation work, conservation mounting
and framing.

We work on a wide range of material including watercolours,
drawings, prints, pastels, manuscript maps, and large items ranging
in date from the 15th century to the present day. The studio also
carries out some work on historic photographs and a very little
archival material. Site visits for surveys/insurance
recovery/advisory work are also occasionally undertaken. The work is
varied and at times challenging. Additional training will be given
where necessary.

Most of our work is for museums, historic houses, and institutions.

Applicants must have a relevant qualification and a ideally a
minimum of two years post-qualification experience. A discretionary
incentive of UKP1,000 per year will be paid to staff who live
locally.

The successful candidate must be eligible for employment in the UK
and should ideally have a full driving licence.

To apply please send a CV (stating current salary) to

    Nicholas Burnett
    Museum Conservation Services Ltd
    Building 213
    Imperial War Museum Duxford
    Cambridge CB2 4QR
    England
    mcs [at] paperconservation__co__uk


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