2018/19 Post-Graduate Internship in Conservation (Edmonton, AB, Canada)

The Friends of the Provincial Archives of Alberta Society is pleased to offer one (1) Young Canada Works Internship in archival conservation at the Provincial Archives of Alberta.  Based in Edmonton, the Conservator (Intern) will work on a variety of treatment, collections care, and outreach projects designed to expand the intern’s knowledge of preservation and its applications in an archival context.  Projects include treatment of paper-based records (bound volumes, textual and photographic), repair of glass plate negatives, off-site collection assessment and environmental monitoring. Treatment projects for this internship are focused on records relating to Indigenous communities in Alberta, in order to enhance access to these important historical resources.

This internship requires a solid background in the conservation of historic materials.  The ideal candidate would be a recent graduate of a conservation program with an archival conservation component.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office is required, specifically Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.  A willingness to participate in public engagement is also important, as is the enthusiasm to make the most of an excellent practical learning opportunity.

The Friends of the Provincial Archives of Alberta Society is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all qualified parties (particularly women, persons with disabilities, and members of visible minority and Indigenous communities), subject to the requirements of the Young Canada Works program.

This position is scheduled to run for 24 weeks, between 10 September 2018 – 1 March 2019 with a stipend of $20.20/hour (36 hours per week).  Please note:  start and end dates are flexible but the term cannot extend beyond 31 March 2019.

Please note that there are two steps to the application process:

Step 1: Register with the Young Canada Works 2018 Program at the following address: https://young-canada-works.canada.ca/Account/Login

Step 2: Forward a letter of interest, resume, and a sample treatment record (attached or include a url) by June 22, 2018 to:

Alison Freake
Access and Preservation Services
Provincial Archives of Alberta
8555 Roper Road
Edmonton AB T6E 5W1
Email: alison.freake@gov.ab.ca

The Friends of the Provincial Archives of Alberta Society gratefully acknowledges the contribution of the Canadian Council of Archives and Canadian Heritage in support of this internship opportunity.

Preventive Conservation (Musselburgh, UK)

  • Icon Internship, Preventive Conservation
  • National Trust for Scotland supported by the Bute Memorial Fund
  • 12 month internship starting October 2018
  • Location: Newhailes House, Musselburgh, EH21 6RY
  • Supervisor: Julie Bon ACR Conservator East
  • Educational Stipend: GBP17,000, plus dedicated study visit fund

This internship is hosted by the National Trust for Scotland, supported by the Trust’s Bute Memorial Fund and managed in partnership with Icon.

The Bute/Icon internship is an exceptional opportunity for an emerging professional.  The Trust is Scotland’s leading conservation charity, with an extensive portfolio of built heritage sites, from castles and country houses to cottages, working historic environments and modern museum facilities.   Material culture collections are on open display at more than 50 of these properties, and their care is the responsibility of the Trust’s Curatorial & Conservation Service.   Our emphasis is on a collaborative approach rooted in strategy, preventive conservation principles and practice.

The intern will be supervised by the Trust’s Conservator East and will be based at the East Regional Office at Newhailes House.   The focus of the internship will be assisting with a number of projects due to happen at Newhailes over the next year, including a large-scale moth eradication project and the development of a plan for the conservation, display and interpretation of the house and its collections.

Alongside this the intern will have the opportunity to be involved with the delivery of preventive conservation activities (environmental monitoring and control, light management, IPM and housekeeping) to further embed and raise standards at this and other Trust properties. An important and stimulating part of the internship will be to help deliver conservation training events for Trust staff and volunteers.

The intern will also get to experience and contribute to conservation projects and activities throughout the Trust according to a mutually agreed work plan.   Overnight stays in various parts of Scotland should be anticipated, and will be funded separately by the Trust.

The successful applicant will have a recognized conservation qualification and will actively be seeking a career in preventive conservation.   S/he will relish working in Scotland, and be a highly-motivated, reliable and resourceful individual with outstanding interpersonal skills.   Strong IT and organisational skills are essential, as well as an ability to work at heights. A full UK / EU driving licence and a willingness to drive are essential.

Please apply using the application form on the Icon website only. https://icon.org.uk/what-is-conservation/internships.

  • Closing date: Midday on July 23, 2018
  • Interviews will be held on August 22, 2018 starting in early October 2018

Questions: pwhife@icon.org.uk.

Painting Conservation Internship (London, UK)

  • Guildhall Art Gallery, London, UK
    Funded by City of London Corporation City Educational Trust
  • Duration – 6 months, October 2018 to April 2019 (tbc)
  • Stipend – GBP8,500
  • Deadline for applications – Friday, July 6, 2018
  • Interviews – Friday, July 20, 2018

Guildhall Art Gallery houses the City of London’s art collection. It is an accredited art gallery offering a lively exhibitions program to the public. The collection comprises over 4,500 oil paintings, works on paper and sculptures. Highlights include London topographical subjects from the 17th century to the present, Victorian paintings, civic and royal portraits from the 17th century onwards and the Sir Matthew Smith studio collection.

Guildhall Art Gallery is committed to supporting the professional development of recently graduated conservators and is pleased to have offered conservation internships since 2007. In this internship you will gain invaluable experience of working in a major art institution, learn about gallery practice and contribute to the daily activities of the conservation team.  Over six months, you will have the opportunity – under appropriate supervision – to carry out the examination, documentation and treatment of a painting or paintings from the collection required for exhibition or loan.

Our conservation team consists of a Senior Conservator (paintings), a Conservator (paintings) and a Lead Conservator (frames). You will be supervised by the Conservator (paintings) but will have the opportunity to work closely with all members of the conservation team.

The placement requires a strong practical ability to carry out conservation and restoration treatments of paintings and good problem-solving skills. You should have good learning skills, the ability to work effectively as part of a team and on your own, and be motivated to developing your career in paintings conservation.

Applicants should have recently obtained a recognised postgraduate qualification in paintings conservation. Preference will be given to graduates from UK training courses. Guildhall Art Gallery and the funders of this internship are obliged to confirm that every applicant has a right to work in the United Kingdom. This internship cannot be carried out on a student visa and requires the intern to hold the appropriate work visa for the duration of the placement.

Application forms are supplied upon request to nancy.wade@cityoflondon.gov.uk.

Please state ‘Painting Conservation Internship Application Request’ as the email subject.

Celestial Sphere Restoration Project (Geneva, Switzerland)

  • Closing Date for Receipt of EOI: June 26, 2018
  • EOI Number: EOIUNOG15188
  • Address EOI response by e-mail to the Attention of: Jonathan Morgan
  • E-mail Address: jonathan.morgan@un.org
  • UNSPSC Code: 93141707, 72000000, 72102902

Description of requirements

  • Art conservation / restoration of the sculpture “Celestial Sphere Woodrow Wilson Memorial” (by Paul H. Manship) at the Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland;
  • Site Civil Works and Landscaping Works related to the construction of the foundation to support the Celestial Sphere and reflecting pool and landscaping works in the area of the Celestial Sphere.

The United Nations Office in Geneva (UN Geneva), Switzerland, located at the Palais des Nations, is the largest United Nations Office in Europe, providing conference support and facilitating the multi-lateral international diplomacy of the worldwide community.

Services are required by the United Nation Geneva, for the Celestial Sphere Restoration Project, to restore the Celestial Sphere sculpture itself, to replace the mechanism that rotates the sculpture, to light the sculpture, to re-build the foundation and reflecting pool surrounding the sculpture, and to landscape immediately around the sculpture.

Description of the “Celestial Sphere”
The “Celestial Sphere Woodrow Wilson Memorial” is a large outdoor sculpture installed at the Palais des Nations in 1939. The sculpture was donated to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the 1919 founding of the League of Nations and to honor the leadership of American President Woodrow Wilson in establishing the League. The Celestial Sphere is a world-class work of art and a masterwork of the American sculptor Paul Manship.

The Celestial Sphere is in the shape of an armillary sphere about 4 meters in diameter with axes made of steel clad in bronze. The sculpture depicts the constellations of the heavens as seen from Earth and weighs over six tons. Attached to the axes are cast bronze figures, including about 64 statuettes representing the constellations as described in classical mythology (Scorpio, Orion, Pisces, etc.) and nearly 1,000 silver stars. Under the project, the sculpture will be disassembled, its parts conserved, and the restored sculpture reassembled. The artist intended the sculpture to rotate, and the project includes restoring that capability with modern technology. The Celestial Sphere currently rests on a base in a reflecting pool located on the Cour d’honneur in the center of the Palais des Nations. Under the project, the original reflecting pool and base will be demolished, the site regraded, and a similar reflecting pool and base constructed. The project calls for a new lighting and landscaping plan to be implemented in the area around the Celestial Sphere.

The Celestial Sphere is a well-known symbol of the United Nations and of “International Geneva.” After nearly 80 years, the sculpture needs significant restoration. Previous restoration efforts have been limited by a lack of resources. The rules of the United Nations do not allow general funds to be spent for art or art restoration. The current project is possible due to a generous private donation. The plan is to have the restoration project completed by the end of August 2019 so that the restored Celestial Sphere may be unveiled as part of a celebration of the centennial of the founding of the League of Nations.

Description of Requirements
This art preservation and historic preservation project will call upon many diverse skills, trades and crafts. In recognition of this, the bidding exercise for the Restoration Project will have the option to allow vendors to bid for discrete lots, or for the entire scope of work. Therefore UNOG wants to encourage contractors with specific relevant skills to respond individually to this Request for Expression of Interest, as well as companies that might be interested in taking on the whole scope of works. The following specific tasks, among others, will be part of the project:


(a) Art conservation / preservation works (a) Disassemble the sculpture, weighing over six tons; (b) Replace the original steel supporting structure with modern stainless steel, in collaboration with civil engineering contractor; (c) Remove, clean, gild and reinstall over 60 cast bronze statuettes; (d) Remove, clean, plate and reinstall approximately 1,000 cast bronze stars; (e) Recreate and cast in bronze one constellation statuette (missing from the sculpture); (f) Recreate and cast in bronze and plate four (4) different sizes of stars (exact number to be determined); (g) Carefully replace historic patination on sculptural elements; (h) Cast and replace letters, numbers and other missing features of original sculpture; (i) Repair cracks in original bronze socle or base of the sculpture; Site civil works and landscaping works (j) Construction of a new cement sculpture foundation with vertical steel support columns for a 6-ton sculpture; (k) Examine the original 1939 mechanical rotating mechanism and devise a modern day replacement that will slowly rotate the sculpture on an existing axis, at a speed of about one rotation every five (5) minutes; (l) Design and install modern rotating mechanism (including any needed modifications to the sculpture and its base); (m) Design and install lighting for the sculpture, reflecting pool and surrounding landscaping; (n) Demolish and remove reflecting pool basin and cement sculpture pedestal, both with asbestos containing material; (o) Re-build the reflecting pool using the existing historic limestone (travertine) coping; (p) Design and install hardscape landscaping features (steps, curbs, benches, pavers); (q) Regrade the soil in the area adjacent to the Celestial Sphere; (r) Design and install landscape plantings (flower beds, hedges, ground cover);

Specific Requirements / Information
1. EOI should be expressed from firms / entities with:

  1. Art conservation / preservation works a. Minimum of five (5) years of proven experience in providing art conservation / preservation of outdoor metal sculptures, including experience with conservation and repatination of gilded bronze outdoor sculpture.
  2. Member in good standing of relevant art preservation professional organization. Site civil works and landscaping works
  3. Minimum of five (5) years of proven experience in providing site civil works, including experience with restoration of historic stone and masonry, landscaping and soil re-grading works
  4. Knowledge of local regulations and industry practices for similar work in the area of Geneva, Switzerland.

Information on tendering for the UN Procurement System is available free of charge at the following address: https://www.ungm.org/Public/Notice.

Only the United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM) has been authorized to collect a nominal fee from vendors that wish to receive automatically Procurement Notices or Requests for Expression Of Interest. Vendors interested in this Tender Alert Service are invited to subscribe on www.ungm.org.

Vendors interested in participating in the planned solicitation process should complete/submit the Vendor Response Form of this EOI electronically at jonathan.morgan@un.org t o the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) before the closing date.

For a full description and vendor response form, visit:  www.un.org/depts/ptd/pdf/eoi15188.pdf.

NEH Fellowship in Painting Conservation (Norfolk, VA, USA)

The Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virginia (http://www.chrysler.org) is offering a fellowship in the conservation of paintings.
The Fellowship will focus on the study, examination and treatment of paintings. The successful candidate will gain experience working on a wide range of paintings from ancient to contemporary in the museum’s conservation laboratory. They will participate in all departmental activities including documentation, analysis and research on the Chrysler’s extensive collection. The conservation fellow will also be involved in planning installations, changing exhibitions, assessments and loans as well as interacting with the public through gallery talks and demonstrations.
Fellowship will be available beginning in the fall of 2018, and will include a $33,000 stipend plus benefits, including health insurance and up to $1500 travel allowance for research and conferences. The fellowship runs for one year and may be extended for an additional year. The deadline for applications is June 30, 2018.
Candidates will be considered who are currently enrolled in or have recently graduated from a recognized conservation training program, or who have similar training or experience. The individual selected must be legally entitled to work in the United States. No visa assistance is available.
Interested candidates should submit their resume, two professional references as well as a cover letter. Finalists will be contacted and asked to submit examples from their portfolio of selected treatments. Send application materials to:
    Mark Lewis
    Chrysler Museum of Art
    One Memorial Place
    Norfolk, VA 23510
    Fax: 757-664-6201

Book and Paper Conservator (Evanston, IL, USA)

  • Position: Book and Paper Conservator 
  • Work Group: Preservation 
  • Reports to: Chief Conservator 

Northwestern University Libraries seek a skilled, creative and collaborative Book and Paper Conservator to work in a comprehensive conservation program. The position balances treatment with project management responsibilities. The Book and Paper Conservator has a keen understanding of the functions and responsibilities of a research library conservation lab working with special collections, circulating collections materials, and the wide-ranging material found in archival collections. 

Under the supervision of the Chief Conservator, the Book and Paper Conservator will assist in the management of the Libraries’ conservation program, including responsibility for circulating-collection workflows and active participation in special-collections treatments, housings, exhibits, and other activities. Excellent communication skills and the ability to collaboratively set priorities are essential to these endeavors. A planned major building renovation creates further opportunities to help shape how collections are housed, managed, and made available to patrons. 

Key responsibilities

  • Performs conservation treatments on a wide-range of library and archival materials, including circulating and special library materials. Provides full written and photographic documentation in accordance with the AIC Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice. Works with private conservators and contract staff as needed for special projects. 
  • Manages the activities of the circulating collections repair workflow, including setting priorities, treatment methods, and procedures; and training staff and students. Assists in the development and implementation of workflow for conservation projects which may include exhibits, loans, digitization, or collection moves. 
  • Assists in coordinating the work of temporary and/or full time support staff and student workers. 
  • Provides technical advice on the housing, storage, handling and repair of both general and special collections. Advises library staff on conservation principles and practices. 
  • Maintains lab statistics. Maintains treatment records and reporting systems. Tracks and maintains supplies; evaluates and recommends tools and equipment. 
  • Participates and supports outreach and education initiatives. Participates in local and national professional activities. 
  • Participates in disaster response planning and recovery initiatives. 
  • Participates in collection surveys and multi-divisional and multi-institutional grant-funded projects. 
  • Assists with preventive programs such as environmental monitoring and pest management as needed. 
  • Stays current with developments in the field of library conservation; engages in appropriate professional development, continuing education, professional service, and research activities. 
  • Performs other related duties as assigned. 


  • Master’s degree in conservation or related field. 
  • Extensive knowledge of current conservation principles and practices, materials science, and the history of bookbinding. 
  • Demonstrated ability to perform high-quality conservation treatments on general and special collections materials, primarily book and paper. 
  • Ability to communicate effectively about treatment options and decisions. 
  • A strong service orientation is also required. 
  • Applicants invited for an interview will be asked to present a portfolio of recent conservation treatments. 

Preferred qualifications

  • One year of post-graduate work in a library, archive, or museum preservation department. 
  • Membership in the AIC, Professional Associate membership preferred. 
  • Experience working with photographs. 

Northwestern University, established in 1851, is one of the leading private research universities in the United States with an enrollment of approximately 19,000 students. Northwestern University’s libraries hold over 5 million volumes. With collections of international standing in Music, Transportation, and African Studies. Northwestern’s libraries are at the forefront of innovation in library technology and advanced user services. One of the top-ranked universities in the country, Northwestern combines innovative teaching and pioneering research in a highly collaborative environment that transcends traditional academic boundaries. Northwestern provides students, faculty and staff with exceptional opportunities for intellectual, personal, and professional growth. Northwestern is a member of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA). See more information about University Libraries at: http://www.library.northwestern.edu. 

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States. 

To Apply
Please apply http://www.library.northwestern.edu/about/library-jobs/staff-jobs/index.html#Librarian.

Applications received by June 15, 2018 will receive first consideration. 


Post Graduate Fellowship in Objects Conservation (Minneapolis, MN, USA)

Midwest Art Conservation Center Logo

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) in Minneapolis, Minnesota seeks applicants for a one-year post-graduate fellowship in Objects Conservation beginning in the fall of 2018.

MACC is a nonprofit regional center providing comprehensive conservation services in Paintings, Objects, Paper, and Textiles. The staff of nine conservators and two Preservation Services staff are collaborative, very collegial, and work innovatively with the curatorial and collection professionals at hundreds of non-profit collecting institutions including fine art museums, historical societies, universities, Native cultural centers, city governments, libraries, archives, and the public. MACC laboratories are located within the Minneapolis Institute of Art.

As an active member of the Objects Lab, the fellow will work alongside conservators to design and complete in-depth assessments and conservation treatments for three-dimensional objects of various material types. The focus of work is highly variable at MACC, providing the fellow opportunities to work with historical and mixed collections, ethnographic objects, decorative arts, large-scale outdoor sculpture, and modern and contemporary artworks. S/he will travel as needed to assist with off-site survey and treatment projects in the Midwest. In addition, the fellow will develop protocols and operating procedures for new analytical equipment at MACC including x-radiography, photo microscopy, and infrared photography.

Preventive conservation is integral to the work of MACC conservators. The fellow will provide preventive recommendations for objects, assisting with client consultations via phone, email and in-person. S/he will carry out loan examinations and will assist with exhibition-related activities, laboratory maintenance, and public outreach.

The fellowship includes a $40,000 stipend with benefits (medical, dental, continuing education). The fall start and end dates are flexible and can be discussed at the time of an interview. The position is open to US citizens (or with legal eligibility to work in the US) that are recent graduates of a recognized conservation training program.

Application materials must be received by July 8, 2018. After a preliminary selection, final candidates may be invited for an interview. A portfolio and presentation of conservation treatments and research should be presented by the candidate at the interview.

For consideration, please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and three references to:

Colin Turner, Executive Director
Midwest Art Conservation Center
2400 3rd Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Tel: 612.870.3148

Head of Objects Conservation (Cleveland, OH, USA)


Full time, Exempt, Benefits Eligible Position

ICA seeks a mid to senior level objects conservator to head its objects conservation laboratory, located in Cleveland’s revitalized, lakeside, near-west neighborhood of Ohio City. The conservator will examine and treat of a wide variety of objects both at the ICA facility and off site. S/he will participate in the implementation and oversight of conservation projects which involve staff colleagues and subcontractors and will manage departmental affairs, an assistant objects conservator, and several technicians. The conservator will interact professionally with board members, all ICA staff, clients, and the public and will agree to abide by current AIC standards. The Head of Objects Conservation will report directly to the Executive Director of ICA.

Carry out examinations and conservation treatments on works from the collections of public institutions, corporations, government agencies, and private collectors

  • Conduct research to gain an understanding of objects to inform recommended treatment and care
  • Prepare time and cost quotes for conservation projects
  • Perform consulting, examination, and treatment on and off site
  • Participate in and/or act as lead in interdepartmental projects
  • Supervise staff (assistant conservator, technicians, preparators, interns, volunteers)
  • Manage and oversee subcontractors for commercial and industrial processes
  • Assemble bids for Request for Proposals (RFPs) and materials for grant applications
  • Coordinate with the Registrar to communicate with clients
  • Stay current with theoretical discourse and best practice through literature review and attendance at presentations and conferences

Education and outreach duties and responsibilities:

  • Interact professionally with a range of individuals concerning conservation and preservation in person, over the phone, and in writing
  • Collaborate in the creation of education materials and programs
  • Participate in ICA’s educational programs, teaching learners of all ages and levels.
  • Represent ICA in meetings with potential clients, donors, collection stewards, and others

Qualifications duties and responsibilities:

  • A Masters’ degree from a conservation training program or equivalent experience
  • Significant experience working in the field either in an institutional or private practice setting.
  • Experience leading a conservation lab and supervising others
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite required, Adobe Photoshop preferred
  • Travel to onsite projects in surrounding region is required

The salary will be commensurate with experience; there is an excellent benefits package. The position will remain open until filled. Interviews will begin in early June 2018.

Please send a cover letter and CV to: info@ica-artconservation.org or ICA-Art Conservation, 2915 Detroit Road, Cleveland, OH 44113. To discuss the position, contact Julie A. Reilly at 216-658-8700, at the email address above, or at the 46th Annual AIC Meeting in Houston May 30th to June 3rd.

Associate Conservator (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

  • Job Requisition: 2018-3168

The J. Paul Getty Museum seeks a qualified Associate Conservator to join the Department of Antiquities Conservation at the Getty Villa. The ideal candidate would have a background in archaeological conservation, an interest in the technological study or works of art, and be knowledgeable in exhibition conservation. Preference will be given to candidates who additionally have solid experience in laser cleaning.  Working as a team member with the other conservators and the Villa mount makers, the Associate Conservator will participate in the Museum’s exhibition program and special projects, as well as in the ongoing study and treatment of the permanent collection.

Major job responsibilities

  • Competent to work at a very high level in all functions of conservation
  • Manages technical projects in area of expertise
  • May assist in the administration of the department
  • Participates in and may initiate examination, conservation, restoration and/or research of a collection
  • Guides junior conservators and monitors activities of assistants and technical staff
  • Analyzes environmental factors and determines appropriate storage, transport or exhibition conditions
  • Travels nationally and internationally to examine works and develop partnerships with other institutions and professionals
  • Publishes and lectures in area of specialization
  • Remains current in conservation practices, and carries out research leading to advances in the conservation field
  • May advise the curators on technical issues related to potential acquisitions
  • Collaborates on complex projects
  • Collaborates on/or co‐curates special exhibitions
  • Provides scholarly contributions to exhibition catalogs
  •  Performs scholarly research in support of the institutional mission


  • MA in conservation or equivalent degree
  • 5-7 years experience in conservation

Knowledge, skills and abilities

  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate and direct teams across disciplines and to build long‐term relationships
  • Advanced knowledge of chemical and physical properties of archaeological materials, conservation materials and deterioration processes
  • Basic competency with machine shop tools
  • Expert hand skills including manual dexterity, color acuity, artistic practice and sensitivity for objects
  • Advanced knowledge of conservation history, ethics and methodology, and documentation, including TMS
  • Advanced knowledge of scientific instrumentation and ability to operate analytical and technical imaging equipment
  • Accomplished in art historical, scientific and conservation research and writing
  • Competent with collections management and digital asset management tools
  • Advanced knowledge of exhibition conservation
  • Competent using lasers in the conservation or artifacts

Please apply at the following link:  https://jobs-getty.icims.com/jobs/3168/associate-conservator/job.

Paintings Conservator (part time or full time) (New York, NY, USA)

Luca Bonetti Painting Conservation Studio (Manhattan, NY) is seeking a full time or part time painting conservator to assist senior conservators in various projects, mostly with contemporary paintings.  The candidate should have 2-6 years of post-graduate experience in conservation, and should be motivated to explore novel techniques for solving complex conservation issues.  The candidate should be dedicated to furthering their education and training within the conservation field. This studio provides regular opportunities to participate in the conservation of significant modern and contemporary artworks, and to work directly with experienced conservators.  There is room for the candidate to take on greater responsibilities over time.  The ideal candidate will have strong analytical skills, communication skills (verbal and written), computer skills (including digital photography and photo editing), as well as demonstrated technical conservation skills.

Please submit a cover letter stating your interests and background, a CV, and salary requirements to lucabonetti@gmail.com.

Luca Bonetti, Corp.
Conservation and Restoration of Paintings
154 West 18th Street 2A
New York, NY 10011
Tel: 212-243-2522
Fax: 212-807-9752