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Position at National Gallery, London

From: Ann Stephenson Wright <annwright.stephenson<-at->
Date: Friday, June 28, 2013
Head of Science
Scientific Department
The National Gallery, London

Salary: UKP53,141 - UKP66,585 pa
Type: permanent full-time position
Closing date: 31 July 2013
Interview date: 15 August 2013
Job ref: 955

You will run and manage the Scientific Department within the
Gallery's Collection Directorate, providing a presence in, and
scientific support for, the Gallery's overall research and
public-delivery objectives. You will help sustain and advance the
Gallery's interdisciplinary research programme in the care and study
of Old Master paintings and continue to build the scholarly
reputation of the Gallery in museum science and conservation science
in Britain and abroad.

You will work to maintain the National Gallery as the pre-eminent
national resource for the scientific and technical study of Old
Master painting, and will work internationally in this respect.

Educated to degree level in chemistry, material science, physics,
optical or colour sciences, you will also hold a further
qualification in Science or Conservation. You will have substantial
knowledge and practical (scientific) investigatory experience of the
material history of European Old Master paintings over a broad range
of dates and schools and will have published on these subjects. In
addition, you will have demonstrable experience of managing and
motivating teams, be an excellent communicator, and have strong
record keeping and organisational skills..

This is a permanent full-time position.

Please see the following link for more information and application
details.

    <URL:http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/jobs>


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