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Subject: Position at the Australian National Maritime Museum

Position at the Australian National Maritime Museum

From: Elizabeth Hadlow <ehadlow>
Date: Tuesday, March 17, 1998
Head of Conservation
Australian National Maritime Museum
Sydney, Australia
Senior Professional Officer Grade C
$50,931 - $55,170

Duties:  Establish and direct conservation and collection management
policies and activities related to the storage, display, use,
transport, treatment, and maintenance of the National Maritime
Collection.  Coordinate and supervise preventive and interventive
conservation of a wide range of object types, including archival and
photographic materials; textiles; and organic, inorganic, and
mixed-media items.  Manage and develop conservation's human and
financial resources.  Cooperate with staff from across the Museum to
produce exhibitions and public programs whilst maintaining a high
standard of collection management practices.

Qualifications:  Professional qualifications in conservation from a
recognised academic institution required.

How To Apply:  The Museum is an equal employment opportunity
employer. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of
relative merit which will be assessed against specific selection
criteria. Applicants should obtain copies of the duty statement and
selection criteria by telephoning the Personnel Services Section on
02-9552-7750 (or by faxing on:02-9552-1108) and frame applications
accordingly.

Applications close 2 April 1998.

Elizabeth Hadlow
Paper Conservator
Australian National Maritime Museum
GPO Box 5131
Sydney  1042
Australia

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                  Conservation DistList Instance 11:78
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Received on Tuesday, 17 March, 1998

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