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Subject: Position at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Position at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

From: Nicole Linderman <nlinderman>
Date: Tuesday, October 24, 2006
Exhibition Preparation Collections Care Manager, Objects
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Under the general direction of the Chief of Conservation and
Collections Care Management, will design and fabricate custom mounts
systems with earthquake damage mitigation considerations for
3-dimensional objects and supervise object installations for
in-house and traveling exhibitions. Will oversee contractors and
junior collections care specialists on mount-making and installation
projects; communicate with project managers, designers,
conservators, registrars, and facilities in planning and production
of exhibition installations and assist in preparation of budgets for
exhibition installations. Will research materials and develop
fabrication techniques and strategies; handle and coordinate
transportation of related objects within the museum; create and
produce mounting records and reports; and order and maintain shop
materials and supplies.

Must have good communication skills and good
problem-solving abilities, often working as part of a team. Requires
a bachelor's degree with emphasis in fine arts is required; at least
five to seven years prior museum/art handling experience, preferably
including a supervisory role; knowledge of fabrication techniques,
as well as knowledge of conservation concerns, and earthquake damage
mitigation and excellent communication skills. Must work well under
pressure and as part of a team.

Please send a cover letter and resume to

    Myriam Negron, Sr.
    Human Resources Manager
    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    465 Huntington Ave.
    Boston MA 02115

The MFA is an equal opportunity employer and seeks diversity in its

Nicole Linderman
Administrative Support Manager
Conservation and Collections Management

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