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Heritage Trades Specialist/Conservation Projects Manager

Heritage Trades Specialist/Conservation Projects Manager

Full-time position available for commencement in September/October 2019. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.

International Conservation Services (ICS) is Australia’s largest private conservation practice. We conserve a wide range of cultural and heritage objects and artefacts including paintings, furniture, textiles, paper, sculpture, archaeological artefacts and wall finishes in buildings.

Application deadline: 
29 Nov 2019

Project Specialist (Managing Collection Environments)

The Getty Conservation Institute's Collections Department is seeking a conservator with a background in preventive conservation and a keen interest in education to fill a five-year, limited-term position: Project Specialist (Managing Collection Environments). The Project Specialist will be an integral member of the cross-disciplinary project team for the Managing Collection Environments Initiative (MCE).

Application deadline: 
12 Oct 2019

Isabel Bader Research Fellowship in Artifacts Conservation

The Research Associate, Isabel Bader Research Fellow in Artifacts Conservation is a new two-year post supported by a grant from Bader Philanthropies, Inc. This is a unique opportunity to undertake research in an academic setting, while acquiring essential pedagogical and communication skills. This Fellowship is designed to enhance skills in research and communication with an ambitious program tailored to the needs and skills of the successful candidate.

Application deadline: 
22 Sep 2019

Senior Project Specialist (Heritage Recording and Documentation)

The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) is seeking a heritage conservation practitioner to fill the position of Senior Project Specialist (Heritage Recording and Documentation), in the Institute's Buildings and Sites department.

Application deadline: 
11 Oct 2019

Objects Conservator

An exciting opportunity to join Te Papa as a Kaitiaki Taonga Conservator Objects. This position is responsible for the conservation and care of Te Papa's 3D collections, to support their use internally and by a range of external communities. The position achieves this through sound risk management and conservation practice when caring for and working with collections. The position is underpinned by the concepts and practice of Mana Taonga, the spiritual and cultural connections of taonga (collections) with people that guide care, use and access.

Application deadline: 
23 Sep 2019

Kaitiaki Taonga Conservator Textiles

An exciting opportunity to join Te Papa as a Kaitiaki Taonga Conservator Textiles. This is a fixed term appointment to backfill for a secondment and has an end date of December 2021. This position is responsible for the conservation and care of Te Papa's textile collections, to support their use internally and by a range of external communities. The position achieves this through sound risk management and conservation practice when caring for and working with collections.

Application deadline: 
23 Sep 2019

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