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Subject: Position at Historic Royal Palaces

Position at Historic Royal Palaces

From: Jo Wilson <jo.wilson<-a>
Date: Friday, May 16, 2014
Treatment Conservation Supervisor (Conservation and Collection Care)
Based at Hampton Court Palace

Full time

This supervisory role will report to the Treatment Conservation
Manager and be responsible for the day-to-day supervision management
of textile conservation treatments, together with conservation
communications and training for one (of four) treatment teams in the
Conservation and Collection Care section of Historic Royal Palaces.

The role will require delivering hands-on work of complex
advanced-level conservation treatments and will supervise and mentor
a team of three to four treatment conservators as well as interns
and volunteers.  The job requires advanced-level knowledge of
conservation treatments and familiarity with reporting procedures,
project management and budgeting, together with experience
disseminating information, both written and spoken, to visitors,
members and sponsors in both the public and private spaces of the
palaces.  Organisation skills to plan, schedule and delegate
treatments are critical.

The individual will need to co-ordinate delivery of work with the
supervisors of the other treatment and preventive conservation teams
across all palaces.  Working with extremely fragile objects, both in
the studio and within the palaces, you must be able to work at
heights. Based at Hampton Court Palace you may be required to travel
to our other palaces on occasion.

Pay: UKP33,413
Closing date: Tuesday June 10 2014

Find out more and apply by visiting


Historic Royal Palaces is an equal opportunities employer and truly
values a diverse workforce.  Applications are welcome from
candidates regardless of their background.

Jo Wilson
Business Supervisor
Conservation and Collection Care

                  Conservation DistList Instance 27:45
                  Distributed: Saturday, May 17, 2014
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Received on Friday, 16 May, 2014

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