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Subject: Position at University of Lincoln

Position at University of Lincoln

From: Lynda Skipper <lskipper<-a>
Date: Thursday, May 22, 2014
Lecturer in Conservation (Fixed Term)
Lincoln School of Art and Design
Brayford, Lincoln, UK

Fixed term for 1 year (or until early return of postholder).

Salary: From UKP30,728 per annum

Closing Date:  Tuesday 17 June 2014
Interview Date:  Tuesday 8 July 2014

Founded in 1863, the Lincoln School of Art and Design (LSA&D) is a
distinguished and central part of the University of Lincoln.  The
School and University share an agenda of excellence and world class
reputation and ranking.  Recently brought together for the first
time, into an exciting new building on the Brayford Campus, the
School of Art and Design is poised to undertake the next stage of
its ambitious research and partnerships agenda.

Lincoln School of Art and Design is one of the six schools of the
College of Arts, and plays a dynamic role in the cultural landscape
of the region and beyond.  The school offers a range of specialist
undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and research degrees.  Key
recent appointments at professor and reader level, a new gallery and
dedicated research student base, strengthen the research culture and
the international standing of the artistic, heritage and design
research taking place here.  Research, in its broadest sense is at
the centre of the intellectual culture and a re-structuring of
research groups and centres.  'In Session' events, open lectures and
design research seminars, take place around the geography of the new
Gallery as a nucleus of activity.

The School has a collegiate, innovative, lively, atmosphere and
takes pride in the quality of its teaching.  Our students regularly
win awards at national and international level, including the Gold
Award D and AD 2013, the BTF animation award and the Macmillan
Children's book illustration prize.

The department of Conservation is a highly successful and well
regarded area in the school, with an international reputation for
excellence in conservation and an unparalleled range of contacts in
the heritage sector through the strength of both the teaching
programmes and the consultancy arm.

We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and skilled science-based
conservator to support the delivery of MA, Graduate Diploma and BA
programmes whilst one of our key team members is on maternity leave.

The appointee will:

    Be responsible for the teaching and curriculum development
    according to specialism

    Deliver modules across undergraduate and post graduate
    Conservation courses relating to the science base of
    conservation practice

    Deliver preventive conservation and research method modules at
    postgraduate level

    Become an integral member of the Conservation programme team and
    assist in the development of the curriculum and implementation
    of the department's vision

For further details and to apply online please visit


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