Position at National Museums Liverpool: Paper Conservator
National Conservation Centre, Liverpool
UKP16,961- UKP19,590 pa
5 month fixed term post
Closing Date: Thursday 1 February 2007 at 5pm.
The National Conservation Centre has an opportunity for a Paper
Conservator to undertake practical conservation work on a wide range
of related materials, fine art, archives and books for the proposed
International Slavery Museum.
Reporting directly to the Head of Paper Conservation, you must be
able work independently and efficiently to deadlines, with the
minimum of supervision and to a consistently high standard.
A recognised paper conservation qualification is essential, museum
experience is desirable.
For further details and an application pack please email your name,
address and reference number of the post to
Alternatively you may download details and an application from
<URL:http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk> In addition you can request
information from 127 Dale Street, Liverpool L2 2JH.
National Museums Liverpool is committed to diversity and we
encourage applications from people currently under-represented in
the workplace. This includes people from black and racial minorities
and people with disabilities.
This is an ideal opportunity for a recently qualified or student
paper conservator to gain excellent experience working on an
Please note that CVs are not accepted in application for this post.
For an informal chat about the post please contact Keith Oliver on
+44 151 478 4832
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