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Subject: Position at Tate

Position at Tate

From: Patricia Smithen <patricia.smithen<-at->
Date: Thursday, January 24, 2013
Conservator, Sculpture
Tate Britain

Reference:  TG0465

Contract: Full-time, Fixed Term (6-12 Months, Maternity Cover)
Hours:  36 per week

Salary:  UKP 27 422 per year

Tate Conservation is a dynamic department, supporting care of the
art collection and Tate programmes including acquisitions, displays,
exhibitions and loans.  We are seeking an experienced sculpture
conservator to work within our Sculpture Conservation team in
support of the Tate Britain exhibitions and displays programme.
Day-to-day, you will concentrate on assessing, preparing and
treating works of art within the Collection and on supporting all
related programme activity.

You will hold a recognised qualification in the Conservation of
Sculpture or Objects and have demonstrable practical experience with
a broad range of artworks.  It is essential to have analytical and
problem-solving skills, organisational, time-management and planning
skills, and to be an effective communicator.  You will need to be
able to work independently on conservation treatments and provide
specialist advice for storage, packing, transport and installation
of works of art.  Good end-user IT skills are required and
experience with modern and contemporary sculptures and sculptural
installations is desirable.

Contact Details/How to apply:  Please go to:


to register your details and create an account.  If you are an
existing user, please log into your account to apply.  Please
complete an online application form for the vacancy.  If you need an
application form in an alternative format, please call us on +44 20
7887 4997.  Once you have submitted your application, you can keep
track of its progress by logging in to your account.

Closing date: 18 February 2013, 5pm

Patricia Smithen
Head of Conservation, Programme

                  Conservation DistList Instance 26:35
                 Distributed: Tuesday, January 29, 2013
                       Message Id: cdl-26-35-025
Received on Thursday, 24 January, 2013

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