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Subject: Position at Victoria and Albert Museum

Position at Victoria and Albert Museum

From: Charlotte Hubbard <chubbard>
Date: Tuesday, January 21, 2003
Sculpture Conservator
Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
UKP20,500-UKP25,735 per annum

We are seeking a full-time conservator with wide experience and
knowledge of all aspects of the conservation of sculpture. The work
will include assessment and technical examination of objects,
practical interventive and preventive conservation.

You should have a recognised qualification in conservation,
specialising in sculpture and at least two years' post-qualification
experience. We are looking for an enthusiastic, versatile individual
capable of working to tight deadlines, with excellent practical
skills. It is essential that you can organise your work with the
minimum of supervision and offer clear and concise advice on
conservation matters. The ability to produce accurate written
reports and documentation along with an interest in exploring new
ideas and techniques is also essential. Knowledge of the V&A and its
collections would be an advantage.

For further details and an application form, please see
<URL:http://www.vam.ac.uk/aboutus/jobs/?section=jobs> where you will
find details and application packs for all current V&A vacancies
under 'Job Opportunities'. Details can also be obtained by sending a
postcard, quoting reference SC1 to:

    Eleanor Scott
    Personnel Department
    Victoria and Albert Museum
    Cromwell Road
    South Kensington
    London SW7 2RL
    e.scott [at] vam__ac__uk

Closing date: February 14, 2003


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