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Subject: Position at Yale

Position at Yale

From: Roseanne Fabrizio <roseanne.fabrizio>
Date: Wednesday, June 28, 2006
Chief Conservator of Paintings
The Yale Center for British Art

The Yale Center for British Art seeks applicants for a Chief
Conservator of Paintings. The successful candidate will develop and
lead the activities of the new department, be involved in designing
the studio, supervise a museum technician, mentor a full-time
post-graduate intern and answer to the Center's director.  The
department will embark on a project to systematically study and
document the Center's painting collection, which contains the
largest and finest collection of British art outside the United
Kingdom.

Applicants should have an advanced degree from a recognized
conservation program or equivalent training, be highly skilled in
painting conservation and have eight or more years experience.
Applicants should be able to perform a range of analytical
techniques including x-radiography, infrared reflectography, optical
microscopy, film-based and digital photographic documentation.

Strong communication skills and the desire to collaborate with
colleagues in the Yale University and international scholarly
communities are required.  Candidates should have a record of
scholarly publication in the field, be eager to publish new research
and teach with the Center's collection.  Experience with British Art
is desirable.

Salary and Benefits:  The position will carry the title of Chief
Conservator of Paintings and a competitive salary will be based on
the candidate's qualifications and experience.  A full benefits
package includes 22 vacation days, 8 holidays, and recess and
personal days; comprehensive health care; retirement benefits; and
relocation assistance.

Application: For immediate consideration, please apply online at
<URL:http://www.Yale.edu/jobs>. Your application must include your
letter of interest, resume, and the names of the three references.
Be sure to reference source code EABAC33959 on all correspondence
and in the appropriate field on the online application.  Closing
date for applications will be November 30, 2006.

Alternately, mail your application to:

    Corey Rossman
    Yale University Department of Human Resources
    155 Whitney Avenue
    PO Box 208256
    New Haven, CT 06520

Yale University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity
Employer.

Roseanne Fabrizio
Assistant Business Manager
Yale Center for British Art
203-432-7264


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