Jobs

This page lists current appointment vacancies in heritage conservation worldwide. Please click on the title of the vacancy to read the full text for each listing.

Enquiries about placing Appointments Vacant advertisements on the IIC web-site should be directed to the IIC Office.

Samuel H. Kress Fellowship in Painting Conservation

The Kress Program in Painting Conservation was established in 1989 to care for the approximately one thousand paintings in the dispersed Kress Collection, now principally located in eighteen public and private museums and twenty-three university study collections across the United States. The other, no less important, objective was to train young American conservators in the classical tradition of restoration of Old Master paintings long espoused by the Kress Foundation, which has generously funded the program.

Application deadline: 
15 Feb 2016

Assistant Drawings Conservator

The J. Paul Getty Museum is seeking an Assistant Conservator to oversee the care, preservation, and technical study of its collection of old master drawings. As a member of the Department of Paper Conservation, the Assistant Conservator’s work is conducted in close collaboration with the Getty Museum Department of Drawings with its active exhibition, acquisition, research, publication, and loan programs. Duties in this full time position include all aspects of the examination and conservation treatment of drawings and other works of art on paper and the documentation thereof, including technical and materials analysis; familiarity and experience with established institutional preventative conservation practices is also required. The candidate is also responsible for a broad range of other types of works of art on paper that are included in many of the Museum’s special exhibitions.

Application deadline: 
15 Feb 2016

Assistant to the IIC Web Master

IIC is seeking a volunteer to support the IIC Web Master to allow further expansion of its on-line activity.

Whilst the details of the role will depend on the skill, experience and available time of the successful applicant, it is desirable that the assistant is conversant with the technical aspects of website building and maintenance, including Drupal administration and setup, php programming, LAMP, cPanel and SQL software.

Application deadline: 
29 Feb 2016

The Migelien Gerritzen Fellowship for conservation research

The Migelien Gerritzen Fonds / Rijksmuseum Fonds will annually or biennially enable one predoctoral candidate to conduct conservation research or technical PhD-research on art works and historical artefacts. This is a one-year Fellowship, with the possibility of renewal for one additional year. It will welcome applicants who are either conservators or scientists. The Fellow’s progress will be assessed in consultation with his/her supervisors at the university and the Rijksmuseum, to determine if the renewal of the Fellowship for a second year is desirable. The Fellowship will preferably result in a publication, the content and form of which will be decided by the Fellow and his/her academic supervisors in consultation with the Rijksmuseum.

Application deadline: 
13 Mar 2016