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We advertise a wide range of roles across the conservation profession, including positions for conservators, conservation scientists and technicians. The conservation jobs listings are updated every week.
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Jobs at Icon
Job title: Professional Development Officer
Location: Icon’s main office, London SE1
Responsible to: Training & Development Manager
Hours: Part-time, 21 hours per week over 3 days (Monday to Wednesday)
Salary: £25,000 3 days per week pro rata to £15,000 plus 6% pension contribution
Closing Date: 25th June 2018, 9am
Interview Date: 5th July 2018, Central London
You will be part of Icon’s Professional Development Team committed to building on Icon’s achievements in standards development, education and training. Activities include the administration of Icon’s professional accreditation framework (PACR), the Continuing Professional Development review process, the PACR Pathway and the Mentoring scheme. By assisting the Training & Development Manager (TDM) you will also be involved with the promotion of Icon’s professional standards, as well as the professional development of members and others involved in the care of cultural heritage.
The successful applicant will work three days a week from Icon’s main offices in London. Salary is pro rata plus 6% pension contribution.
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Price: £495 + VAT
Both advertisers and those seeking employment should refer to Icon's current salary guidelines before offering or accepting work. We recommend that the minimum salary for entry-level conservators should be £24,648.
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