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Subject: Position at Courtauld Institute of Art

Position at Courtauld Institute of Art

From: Frances Owen <frances.owen<-at->
Date: Friday, January 9, 2009
Conservator of Works on Paper
Courtauld Gallery
Courtauld Institute of Art

UKP28,998-UKP35,542 pa depending on knowledge and skills

The Courtauld Gallery is one of the world's finest small museums
with outstanding collections and an acclaimed programme of temporary
exhibitions. Set in historic Somerset House in central London, the
Gallery is an integral part of the Courtauld Institute of Art, an
international centre for the teaching and study of the history of
art and conservation.

The Gallery is seeking to appoint a conservator who will be
responsible for the conservation and preventive care of The
Courtauld's collection of approximately 7,000 drawings and 20,000
prints.  The postholder will help to deliver the Gallery's
conservation plan, undertaking routine conservation and mounting
work as well as substantial treatments; you will also be required to
support the Gallery's busy exhibitions and loans programme as well
as contributing technical and other specialist research.

A recognised qualification in the conservation of works on paper,
and specialist knowledge and experience of conserving works on paper
are required. The successful candidate should also have knowledge
and experience of technical research and recent developments in the

For further details and an application pack, please download details
at <URL:>, email
recruitment<-at->courtauld<.>ac<.>uk, or telephone

    Fran Owen
    +44 20 7848 1881

Fran Owen
Admin Officer
HR, Courtauld Institute of Art
Somerset House
London WC2R 0RN
+44 20 7848 1881

Closing Date: 12 pm, 11 February 2009
Interview Dates: 26-27 February 2009

The Courtauld Institute of Art promotes equal opportunities.

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