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Subject: Position at Kreilick Conservation, LLC

Position at Kreilick Conservation, LLC

From: Robin Gerstad <rgerstad<-a>
Date: Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Architectural and Sculpture Conservator
Kreilick Conservation, LLC,


is a private firm specializing in the conservation of architecture,
sculpture, monuments, industrial artifacts, and objects.  We are
seeking a qualified candidate with 3-5 years of experience to fill
one full time position with our Philadelphia-area based firm.

Responsibilities may include conducting condition assessments,
research, field investigation and testing, treatment design and
implementation, and report writing, as well as project management.

Qualifications for this position include a Master of Science degree
in Historic Preservation from an accredited graduate program. Strong
analytical skills, flexibility and resourcefulness are necessary, as
is proficiency in standard software including Microsoft Office
Suite.  Strong graphic skills also preferred, including proficiency
in design software such as Adobe Photoshop, Sketchup and AutoCAD, or
equivalent.  Ability to work at heights (i.e. scaffolding and
high-reach) is required.  The Conservator is expected to work
independently and as a team member; and must display both excellent
hand skills and strong communication skills.  Travel is required.

Kreilick Conservation, LLC offers a salary/benefits package
commensurate with experience and skill level.  Kreilick
Conservation, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, writing
sample, and contact information for three professional references

    T. Scott Kreilick
    Kreilick Conservation, LLC
    519 Toll Road
    Oreland, PA  19075
    skreilick<-a t->kreilickconservation< . >com

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