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Position at University of Oslo

From: Douwtje L van der Meulen <d.l.m.v.der<-a>
Date: Friday, June 27, 2008
Associate Professor in Conservation Science
University of Oslo

A position as Associate Professor in Conservation Science with
competence in conservation of painted surfaces, is available at the
Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, Faculty of
Humanities at the University of Oslo. For more information about the
department, please consult


Job description: The appointee will participate in the coordination
of the education program for art conservation at Bachelor- and
Master-level. Teaching demands will focus on technical analysis and
documentation, material science, technical history and chemistry
with a particular weight on methods of conservation and historical
materials, conservation of painted surfaces (painted wood and
canvas). Other courses include preventive and remedial conservation
and conservation ethics. S/he is expected to demonstrate, teach and
maintain a range of analytical equipment such as Multi-Spectral
(UV/IR) Art Imaging System, X-ray Fluorescence, optical microscopy,
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy and Scanning Electron
Microscopy. The appointee will be required to lead and initiate
research, teach, supervise and participate in exams at all levels,
with their associated administrative duties, according to existing
regulation. Within his/her normal working duties and academic
competence the appointee may also be obliged to undertake duties
outside the Department. The appointment is made with the reservation
of changes in work tasks as decided by the Faculty of Humanities.

Salary: 416 300,- to 465 500,- NOK (salary scale 57-63, dependent on

Deadline: September 1 2008

Ref. No : 2008/7697

The application should be addressed to the University of Oslo. Four
sets of the application, CV, copies of certificates/testimonials and
list of publications as well as three sets of a maximum of ten
publications should be sent within deadline to: The Faculty of
Humanities, P.O.Box 1079 Blindern, N-0316 Oslo, Norway.

For complete notification please consult:


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Douwtje L van der Meulen
University lector
Institute for archaeology, conservation
    and history
Postboks 1008 Blindern
0315 Oslo
+47 22 85 93 37
Fax: +47 22 85 95 24

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