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Subject: Position at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Position at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

From: Nicole Linderman <nlinderman>
Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Assistant objects conservator

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston seeks a full-time assistant objects
conservator for a one-year term appointment in the Department of
Conservation and Collections Management. The project assistant
conservator will focus on the examination and treatment of Late
Archaic and Early Classical Attic ceramics in the Museum's
collection identified as unstable, primarily due to aging of
previous restoration or the presence of soluble salts. The assistant
conservator will work closely with curator and other objects
conservators in developing treatment and aesthetic solutions. The
Division of Objects Conservation is responsible for the
preservation, examination and treatment of three-dimensional objects
and sculpture in this encyclopedic collection which spans the
history of western and non-western art, ranging from archaeological
material to contemporary art. Applicants should have a Master's
degree (M.A. or M.S.) from a recognized conservation training
program specializing in objects conservation. Previous experience in
the treatment of classical ceramics is preferred. Excellent
interpersonal and writing skills are required.  Please email cv and
cover letter to

    Myriam Negron
    Senior Human Resources Manager
    mnegron [at] mfa__org

or c/o

    Human Resources Department
    Museum of Fine Arts Boston
    Avenue of the Arts
    465 Huntington Avenue
    Boston MA 02115

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

Nicole Linderman
Administrative Manager
Conservation and Collections Mgt.

                  Conservation DistList Instance 21:24
               Distributed: Saturday, September 29, 2007
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Received on Wednesday, 26 September, 2007

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