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Position at Horniman Museum

From: Adese Okojie <aokojie<-at->
Date: Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Deputy Head of Collections Conservation and Care
Horniman Museum

Permanent Post
Pay Rates currently under review - circa UKP30 to UKP33k per annum

The Horniman Museum is offering an excellent opportunity for an
experienced and enthusiastic individual to assist with the
management of the Collections Conservation and Care Section, which
is responsible for the conservation and care of the Museum's
collections of anthropology, musical instruments and natural

Currently we are working towards the production of two new temporary
exhibitions, one focusing on Dance in Bali, the other an exhibition
in association with Olympic year called 'The Body Adorned', along
with ongoing work towards a review of the Environmental Control
Strategic Study carried out in 1992.

Applicants should have a good range of post-qualification practical
experience which encompasses the care, documentation and treatment
of a wide-range of organic and inorganic objects in a museum
environment.  Their skills and experience must also enable them to
assume the responsibilities of deputy to the head of collections
conservation and Care.

To access further information and an application pack please visit
our website at <URL:>.

Should you wish to discuss the position on an informal basis then
please contact

    Louise Bacon
    Head of Collections Conservation and Care
    +44 20 8291 8682

Closing date for completed application forms is Monday 4 January
2010 at 5pm

Interviews will be held on Friday 29 January 2010

The Trust is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes
applicants from all sections of the community.

Adese Okojie
HR Assistant
Horniman Museum and Gardens
+44 2086991872 ext 147
+44 2082918688

                  Conservation DistList Instance 23:20
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Received on Tuesday, 1 December, 2009

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