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Position at Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland

From: Sean Gallen <sean.gallen>
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2007
Paper Conservator
Sir Basil Spence Archive Project
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
Based in Edinburgh, Scotland

Salary range +AKM-19,095 - +AKM-25,325, according to experience

Applications are invited for this fixed term appointment to 31 March
2008 within the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical
Monuments of Scotland.

The deadline is 27 April 2007.

The Sir Basil Spence Archive Project aims to catalogue and conserve
the drawings, photographs, manuscripts and personalia that relate to
the life and work of architect Sir Basil Spence (1907-1976), in
order to make them accessible for public study.  The project
includes a programme of education/community workshops, a touring
exhibition and a major exhibition of original material to be held at
the Dean Gallery, Edinburgh in 2007.  The project is delivered in
partnership with the National Galleries of Scotland and The
Lighthouse, Scotland+IBk-s Centre for Architecture Design and the
City.

The paper conservator post is primarily required to undertake
preventive conservation treatments as part of this exciting project,
as well as preparing items required for exhibit by the National
Galleries of Scotland.  A qualification in the conservation of
archives and/or works of art on paper and good communication skills
are essential; experience of working within an archive and
familiarity with IT are advantageous.

RCAHMS <URL:http://www.rcahms.gov.uk> provides a challenging and
stimulating working environment. Benefits include flexible working
hours, generous support for Continuing Professional Development and
a choice of final salary and stakeholder pension is also available.
RCAHMS is an equal opportunities employer and operates a no-smoking
policy within its building.

For further information and an application form, contact the

    Head of Corporate Affairs
    RCAHMS, John Sinclair House
    16 Bernard Terrace
    Edinburgh, EH8 9NX
    +44 131 662 1456
    Fax: +44 131 662 1477
    personnel [at] rcahms__gov__uk

providing full postal address

Closing date for the return of completed application forms: 27 April
2006

Sean Gallen
HR Officer
The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of
    Scotland (RCAHMS)
John Sinclair House
16 Bernard Terrace
Edinburgh EH8 9NX
+44 131 662 1456
+44 131 662 1477


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