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Subject: Position at Tate

Position at Tate

From: Jana Chrenkova <jana.chrenkova<-a>
Date: Monday, June 2, 2014
Paper Conservator Acquisitions
Tate Britain, London

Full-time, Permanent

Salary: UKP27,696 per annum

Tate is committed to promoting public awareness, understanding and
enjoyment of British art from the 16th century to the present day,
and of international modern and contemporary art.

We are seeking an experienced paper conservator to work within our
Paper Conservation team in support of the Acquisitions programme.
Day-to-day, you will concentrate on assessing, documenting and
treating works of art within the Collection and on supporting all
related programme activity.

You will hold a recognised qualification in the Conservation of
Works of Art on Paper or Photography and have demonstrable practical
experience with a broad range of artworks.  It is essential to have
analytical and problem-solving skills, organisational,
time-management and planning skills, and to be an effective
communicator.  You will need to be able to estimate treatment and
framing requirements, work independently on conservation treatments
and provide specialist advice for storage, packing, transport and
installation of works of art.    Good end-user IT skills are
required and experience with modern and contemporary works of art
and experience working in the museum sector is desirable.

Our opportunities are open for you to apply online.  Please visit


to create an account by registering your details or if you are an
existing user, log into your account.  For all opportunities, we ask
candidates to complete an online application form for the vacancy
they are interested in.  If you need an application form in an
alternative format, please call us on +44 20 7887 4997Once you have
submitted your application, you can keep track of its progress by
logging in to your account.

Closing date: 27 June 2014

                  Conservation DistList Instance 28:1
                   Distributed: Friday, June 6, 2014
                        Message Id: cdl-28-1-023
Received on Monday, 2 June, 2014

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