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Accreditation Committee Member: Works of Art on Paper

The Icon Accreditation Committee seeking applications from Accredited Conservators to join as an 'ordinary member' representing the the specialism of Works of Art on Paper. 

The role of the Accreditaiton Committee

The Accreditation Committee (AC) includes accredited members of Icon representing various conservation specialisms. The members of this committee work on a voluntary basis, and their main responsibility is to review new Icon Accreditation application forms and consider assessments reports, for those seeking accredited status.

The AC membership represent the conservation specialisms that cover the areas of work included in accreditation applications: Archaeology, Archives, Ceramics & Glass, Conservation Management, Ethnography, Furniture and Wood, Gilding, Horology, Metals, Objects, Paintings, Paper/Works of Art on Paper, Preventive Conservation, Social History, Stained Glass, Stone, Textiles, Wall Paintings

To view the current Icon Accreditaiton membership please click here >>.

Role and general duties of 'ordinary' committee members

The appointment is for a fixed term of three years, with the possibility of extending another two for a maximum of five years. 

  • To provide written feedback and participate in discussions on new Icon Accreditaiton application forms and assessment reports. 
  • To attend the Accreditation Committee meetings twice per year (May and November).
  • To declare any conflict of interest in relation to any applicant.
  • To provide recommendations for the ’Specialist’ Assessor of candidates.

To apply

To express your interest in this role please submit a copy of your CV along with a covering letter detailing how you meet the requirements of the attached person specification.

This should be emailed to pwhife@icon.org.uk

Deadline: 1st March 2021, Midday. 

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