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Subject: Position at English Heritage

Position at English Heritage

From: Tony Rumsey <tony.rumsey>
Date: Tuesday, July 4, 2006
Conservator, National Monuments Record
English Heritage, Swindon

Salary up to UKP29k British Pounds depending on experience and
qualifications

Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 1 September 2006

The National Monuments Record (NMR) is the public archive of English
Heritage, containing over 10 million photographs, maps, plans and
drawings relating to the historic environment of England.

As Conservator, you will provide a high quality and cost effective
conservation service for the NMR through in-house work and
management of external contracts.

You will advise on preventative conservation measures for the NMR
collections and research and develop conservation procedures and
policies for the large photographic collections.

You must have a recognised qualification in archive conservation and
ideally at least three years experience of archive preservation and
conservation in a practical working environment. However
consideration will be given to applicants who have not had three
years practical experience, but who show a willingness to undertake
further training or possess practical awareness of conservation
issues posed by photographic materials.

For an application form and further details, please send an A4 sized
self-addressed envelope quoting:

Reference number J/051/05 to

    Meera Jain, Human Resources
    English Heritage
    National Monuments Record Centre
    Kemble Drive
    Swindon SN2 2GZ
    +44 1793 414423
    Minicom, for text phones only, 0800 0150516
    recruit.swindon [at] english-heritage__org__uk

Tony Rumsey
Curation and Conservation Manager
National Monuments Record
English Heritage


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