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Subject: Position at National Portrait Gallery, London

Position at National Portrait Gallery, London

From: Krystal Francis <kfrancis2<-a>
Date: Thursday, July 17, 2014
Assistant Conservator: Paintings
National Portrait Gallery, London

24 hours (3 days) per week

UKP14,627 per annum (UKP24,379 full-time equivalent)

Reporting to the Senior Conservation Manager, the Assistant
Paintings Conservator will contribute as part of a team, to the
conservation and preservation of paintings from the National
Portrait Gallery Collection.

The successful candidate will be educated to degree level with a
recognised post-graduate qualification in the conservation of easel
paintings or equivalent training/experience, be able to demonstrate
a minimum of 1 year's practical experience, along with excellent
written and documentation skills and the ability to work well as
part of a small team.

The National Portrait Gallery houses a unique collection of all
forms of portraiture of the people who have made or who are
currently contributing to British history and culture.  With more
than 2 million visitors each year, the Gallery is one of the
country's most important and popular galleries.

Full details of this and all other employment opportunities at the
Gallery can be viewed at our website


or requested by e-mailing: personnel<-a t->npg< . >org< . >uk

Closing date for returned applications is 9am Tuesday 29 July, 2014.
Please note that we are expecting to hold interviews on Wednesday 13
August, 2014.  Please indicate on your form if you will be
unavailable on this date.

The Gallery is committed to equality and is a member of the
Employers' Forum on Disability, Race for Opportunity and the
Equality Exchange.

Krystal Francis
Recruitment and HR Assistant
National Portrait Gallery
St Martin's Place
London WC2H 0HE
+44 20 7321 6270
Fax: +44 20 7306 0056

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