Position- MAC Lab

Position- MAC Lab

Jul 16, 2017
The Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory, located at the Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum in St. Leonard, MD, is  recruiting for a full time contractual conservator.  

 
Main Purpose of Job: This position will function as Conservator working under the direction of the Lead Conservator on a wide range of archaeological objects from marine and terrestrial excavations, including iron, copper alloy, ceramic, glass, leather, stone, and wood.

6 month position- Johns Hopkins

6 month position- Johns Hopkins

Jul 16, 2017

 

The primary function of this position is to rehouse and photo document objects in the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum to increase access to the museum collection for the purposes of study, teaching, research and visitation by Johns Hopkins University faculty, students, staff and members of the general public.

Applications received by the 1st of August will be given priority.

Contract Position- NASM

Contract Position- NASM

Jul 6, 2017

 

The Smithsonian Institution has a requirement for the services of conservation professionals to perform artifact condition assessments, documentation, triage treatments and treatment reports for artifacts at the National Air and Space Museum.  The award(s) will be performed within a 12 month period and for a maximum of 1800 hours of service.  All work will be performed in the Emil Buehler Conservation Laboratory at the Steven F.

Contract Position at NASM

Contract Position at NASM

Jun 27, 2017

The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum (NASM) is looking for someone to conduct artifact condition assessments.  The goal of the assessment is to identify any hazardous materials that need mitigation; document the current physical condition in order to establish a strategic conservation treatment plan; to identify artifact handling concerns; to catalog collection items; to create, enhance, and correct existing records in the museum’s collection information system, The Museum System (TMS); and to assist with a variety of collection digitization projects associated with these items. 

Workshop at Hillwood

Workshop at Hillwood

Jun 27, 2017

 

Protecting Collections: Disaster Prevention, Planning and Response (Part I and Part II)

Presented by the Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts

One of the most important steps a cultural institution can take to safeguard its collections is to be prepared in the event of an emergency or disaster. This two-part program will guide participants in risk mitigation, emergency planning and preparedness, response, and recovery.