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Subject: Position at National Museum of Denmark

Position at National Museum of Denmark

From: Mads Christian Christensen <mads.christian.christensen>
Date: Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Inorganic Analytical Chemist
National Museum of Denmark

The Laboratory, Department of Conservation, National Museum of
Denmark wishes to appoint an inorganic, analytical chemist with
immediate effect.


    *   Analysis of materials using optical and low-vacuum  scanning
        electron microscopies.

    *   Metallographic examination of museum artefacts

    *   Identification of inorganic materials using vibrational
        spectroscopic techniques and X-ray diffraction

    *   Participating in research projects and collaborating with
        research staff

Qualifications: Applicants should have qualifications based on
inorganic chemistry.  An analytical chemist with knowledge and
practical experience of both glass and metals is preferred.
Applicants should be open minded and show a willingness to
collaborate with other museum professionals.  This position requires
flexibility and an ability to work independently.  There is the
opportunity to attend courses to further the postholder's
knowledge. It is preferred that applicants have experience within
the area of preservation of cultural heritage.

Employment may involve travel. Applicants must have a valid full
driving licence.

Terms of employment: 37 hours per week. Salary is in agreement
between the Ministry of Finance and Danish Association of Masters
and PhDs.

The National Museum of Denmark is an equal opportunity employer and
actively encourages applications from all interested applicants
regardless of gender, age, ethnic and religious background.

Written applications, including education details, previous
employment together with scientific publications which you want
included in the evaluation of your application should be sent in
triplicate and marked 'Inorganic Analytical Chemist to:

    Personnel Department
    National Museum of Denmark
    Frederiksholms Kanal 12
    1220 Copenhagen K

by Tuesday 1 May 2007, midday.

The application may be sent my email to job [at] natmus__dk but must
include a postal address and be in Word 97 or later Word version or
in PDF format. Publications should be included in electronic form
with electronic applications.

Further information may be obtained from the Head of the Laboratory,

    Mads Chr. Christensen
    +45 33 47 35 30
    mads.christian.christensen [at] natmus__dk

The National Museum is Denmark's principal museum for cultural
history and one of the Ministry of Culture's accredited state
museums. A total of 550 employees work in three departments:
Research and Exhibitions, Conservation and Finance and Operations.
For more information about the National Museum see:

Mads Chr. Christensen
Head of Laboratory
The National Museum of Denmark
Dept. of Conservation
I.C. Modewegsvej
DK 2800 Lyngby

                  Conservation DistList Instance 20:47
                   Distributed: Friday, April 6, 2007
                       Message Id: cdl-20-47-022
Received on Tuesday, 27 March, 2007

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