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Positions at the Hampton Court Palace

From: David Howell <davidathcp>
Date: Monday, February 9, 1998
Textile Conservators

The Historic Royal Palaces manage five unoccupied palaces of which
two, Hampton Court and Kensington Palace, have significant
collections of large scale  textiles.  The Textile Conservation
Studios at Hampton court Palace specialise in the conservation and
display of  state beds, tapestries, costume and other textiles and
are looking for trained conservators to join the team for a minimum
of  one year.

The Studios' main projects are large in scale requiring good team
work over some months. Good communication and organisational skills
are required together with a demonstrable ability to work to a
consistently high standard and to tight deadlines. Conservators must
be versatile and able to meet the varying challenges of display in
the Palaces.

The salary offered will be in the range Sterling 13,000.00 - 20,000
depending on experience.

For further information and an application pack please write to the

    Human Resources Department
    Historic Royal Palaces, Apt. 45
    Hampton Court Palace
    Surrey KT 8 9AU

or phone +44 181-781-9770 (answerphone) quoting reference number 288
or by e-mail to: davidathcp [at] intonet__co__uk

The closing date for application is March 17th 1998.
Historic Royal Palaces is an Equal Opportunities Employer

David Howell
Conservation Scientist
Historic Royal Palaces
Hampton Court Palace
Surrey KT8 9AU
+44 181 781 9812/9814 (Direct Line)
Fax: +44 181 781 9813

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