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Subject: Position at Horniman Museum

Position at Horniman Museum

From: Heather Golding <hgolding>
Date: Tuesday, April 22, 2003
Deputy Head Collections Conservation and Care
Horniman Museum
Salary  up to UKP26426 per annum - Fixed Term appointment 1 Year

The Horniman Museum is offering an excellent opportunity for an
experienced and enthusiastic individual to assist with the
management of the Collections Conservation and Care Section and to
participate in a wide range of Museum projects. Currently the Museum
is working towards two new temporary exhibitions, on the Americas '
>From Amazon to Caribbean' and a textile display arising out of a DCF
funded storage project for the reserve collections of textiles and

The Section is responsible for the conservation and care of the
Museum's collections of Ethnography, Musical instruments and Natural
History. The collections are used to illustrate the world we live
in--our cultures, arts, crafts, music and natural environment. The
Museum is set in sixteen acres of beautiful gardens in Forest Hill,
South East London

Applicants should have a minimum of four years' post qualification
practical experience in the care, documentation and treatment of a
wide-range of objects in a museum environment.  You must be either
an EU national or hold a current permit that will enable you to work
in the UK for the period of the contract.

A Job Description and Application Form can be obtained by sending an
A4 stamped addressed envelope to the

    Personnel Section
    Horniman Museum
    100 London Road
    Forest Hill
    London, SE23 3PQ

or <URL:>.  Should you
wish to discuss the position on an informal basis then please
contact the

    Louise Bacon
    Head of Conservation
    +44 20 8291 8682

The closing date for complete application forms is Friday May 2,
2003. Interviews will be held on Thursday, May 15, 2003.

Heather Golding, Personnel Manager
The Horniman Museum, 100 London Road, Forest Hill
London SE23 3PQ
+44 20 8291 8687
Fax: +44 20 8291 5506

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