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Position at Tate Gallery

From: Jo Crook <100716.2512>
Date: Thursday, July 23, 1998
Conservator of Works on Paper
Tate Gallery, London, UK
18,300 Pounds per annum

This is an exciting opportunity for a talented individual to assist
in the examination, documentation and treatment of works of art on
paper at the Tate Gallery.

Based at the Tate Gallery in London, you will also provide
conservation services for the gallery at St Ives. You will assist in
the preparation of Turner watercolours for the programme of
exhibitions for the Tate Gallery at Millbank and of modern works on
paper for the new Tate Gallery of Modern Art at Bankside.

Confident in your skills and ability, you will work both as part of
a team and independently without supervision. You will contribute to
the development and maintenance of Paper Conservation's facilities
through research and the development of new procedures.

The successful applicant will have a recognised qualification inthe
conservation of works of art on paper and a minimum of five years
full-time practical conservation experience. You will have a
flexible approach to work and the ability to work to deadlines.
Experience of museum conservation, knowledge of art history and
computer literacy will be advantageous.

If you would like more information and an application form, please
send a self addressed envelope to

    Michelle Larouche
    Personnel Officer
    Tate Gallery
    Millbank, London SW1P 4RG
    +44 171 887 8025

The closing date for the return of completed application forms is 23
October 1998.

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