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Subject: Position at British Museum--addendum

Position at British Museum--addendum

From: Emma Gray <emma.gray<-at->
Date: Thursday, July 4, 2013
Conservation and Scientific Research
International Conservation Project Co-ordinator (ICPC)
The British Museum

Full-time
Fixed-term Contract; 36 months in duration

UKP29,103 per annum

Ref: 1345961

The closing date for this position has been extended to 12noon,
Thursday 1 August 2013

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9Date: 5 Jul 2013
From: Julie Runicles <julie.runicles<-at->nationalarchives<.>gsi<.>gov<.>uk>
Subject: Position at National Archives, Kew

Conservator (Research and Development)
The National Archives, England

UKP25,000 - UKP28000

The Conservator - Research and Development is part of a team of
conservation professionals responsible for the preservation of The
National Archives' physical collection through interventive and
preventive means. The aim of this role is to prolong the life of the
collection while also maximizing access to the archival records and
enhancing the experience of our users. This is achieved through a
combination of special projects and on-going programmes, taking the
lead as required and working together with colleagues across the
organisation as well as external visitors and stakeholders.

You will have extensive knowledge of conservation practice, and a
specialism in research and development, bringing technical,
analytical and methodological skills to develop innovative solutions
for the care and conservation of a large archival collection. As a
clear communicator you will be effective at disseminating your work
to specialist and non-specialist audiences and will bring the
highest professional standards in conservation and research to the
role.

You will take a full role in the ongoing development of collection
care within The National Archives by actively engaging in data
collecting, knowledge sharing, teaching and mentoring others,
planning, organizing and delivering research projects and actively
promoting the work of the department across The National Archives
and to a wider professional community.

For full details and to apply online please see

    <URL:http://ig24.i-grasp.com/fe/tpl_nationalarchives01.asp?s=4A515F4E5A565B1A&jobid=74169,8758358721&key=33577773&c=656971225647&pagestamp=selxqhrnhjpktayvhg>

Julie Runicles
Recruitment Adviser
The National Archives
Ruskin Avenue
Kew, Richmond TW9 4DU
+44 20 83925359


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