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Subject: Position at Museum of Tropical Queensland

Position at Museum of Tropical Queensland

From: David Hallam <davidh>
Date: Friday, November 6, 1998
Conservator 2 - Maritime Conservation
Townsville

This position is funded by the Queensland Museum using funds raised
through the Pandora Foundation.  The primary function of this
position is to ensure the objects from the Pandora are conserved in
an efficient and effective manner.  This position will be located at
the Museum of Tropical Queensland with the Pandora Project.

Primary duties include:  fieldwork and field treatment of items
during excavation, packing of items for transport, field monitoring
of items to assess their condition prior to excavation, planning
treatment programs, interventive treatment of items from the
Pandora, record keeping manually and on a database, preventative
conservation for treated objects, packing objects for transport to
the Museum of Tropical Queensland, monitoring treatments, research
into new treatments and materials analysis.

Appointment is initially for a 24 month period, with a base annual
salary between $31,908 and $40,835.  Enquires about the position can
be directed to David Hallam on 07-3840-7684.  An application kit
which is essential in completing an application, is available by
phoning 07-3842-9340 and quoting vacancy reference number QMB 29/98

Applications close 5pm on Monday 23 November 1998.
No late applications will be accepted.

David Hallam
Senior Scientist, Materials Conservation
Queensland Museum
+61 7 38407684 or more likely +61 4 7730426

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