You’ll be part of a team of conservators and technicians who assess the materials and condition, advise on the care and display, and treat, mount, frame and pack Tate’s excellent collection of historical, modern and contemporary works on paper and photographs. You’ll enjoy this role if you know a lot about artists’ materials, have done a great deal of treatment on works of art on paper and photographs and have a good sense of the impact of environmental factors including light and pollutants. You’ll need to be comfortable working on large scale projects, organising information, collaborating with colleagues, as well as giving, and receiving feedback in a welcoming atmosphere.
We’re looking for an experienced conservator with a professional qualification in the conservation of art on paper or equivalent experience who is calm, friendly, and enjoys a stimulating work environment. If you’d like to discuss the role, please get in touch with Jacqueline Moon, conservation manager paper and photographs at [email protected]
Please visit our website http://www.tate.org.uk/about-us/working-at-tate and complete an online application form. If you need an alternative format, please call 020 7887 4997.
Application closing date midnight 9 October.
This position is offered on a fixed-term contract until September 2024
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