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Position at National Museums Scotland

From: Lynn McClean <l.mcclean<-a>
Date: Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Assistant Paper Conservator
National Museums Scotland

Temporary, 12 months
Full time

UKP22,690 - UKP25,413 per annum plus membership of Civil Service
pension scheme

This is a full time, temporary appointment for a period of 12 months
to support conservation for new MasterPlan 3 and the exhibition
programme.

We are seeking an able, practical assistant paper conservator to
provide support to the Paper and Textile Conservation Section.  You
will be able to demonstrate experience of conserving a diverse range
of works of art on paper, and have a practical understanding of
materials and treatments.  You will be aware of professional
conservation issues and best practice.  With a degree (or
equivalent) in a relevant subject, you will also have a professional
paper conservation qualification.  You will be adept at problem
solving, able to manage your time and work alone or with others, to
meet deadlines, and will have excellent communication and ICT
skills.  You will be expected to do a practical test and will be
required to produce a relevant portfolio at interview.

Details of this post and of all our vacancies can be viewed on

    <URL:http://www.nms.ac.uk>

For further information and an application pack, please visit
<URL:http://www.nms.ac.uk>, telephone +44 131 247 4094(answerphone)
or email applications<-a t->nms< . >ac< . >uk, stating reference NMS14/469.

Closing date for completed applications is Thursday 17 April 2014.
Interviews will take place on Wednesday 7 May 2014.

National Museums Scotland is committed to being an Equal
Opportunities Employer.


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