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Subject: Position at National Gallery

Position at National Gallery

From: Debbie Barclift <d-barclift>
Date: Wednesday, September 16, 1998
Objects Conservator
National Gallery of Art

The National Gallery seeks a conservator for the Object Conservation
Department. Responsibilities include technical examinations for the
systematic catalogue, examinations for exhibition and loan purposes,
treatment of objects in the permanent collection, operation of x-ray
equipment, digital image processing (capture and manipulation), and
research related to works of art from/related to the collection.
Candidates must have a master's degree in art conservation/art
history with a minimum of three years experience in the field.
Compensation is GS-9 or GS-11 depending on experience (GS-9 starting
salary $32,457.00, GS-11starting salary $39,270.00). The term
appointment, to be awarded for a 54 week period, will begin in
November 1998. Applicants are invited to submit a cover letter,
resume and three letters of recommendation with daytime telephone
numbers to

    Michael Skalka
    Conservation Administrator
    National Gallery of Art
    Washington, DC 20565.

E-mail address for inquiries only: mska [at] cais__com. Formal
applications must be mailed.

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