Collections Conservation Manager
House of Commons is seeking a Collections Conservation Manager
The Collections Conservation Manager will work as part of the Heritage Collections Team and will be specifically responsible for managing the Parliamentary Art Collection. As the leading conservation specialist for this part of the Collection, the postholder will give professional advice, take decisions and manage projects which impact on the future condition of these works of art. This work will be carried out in support of the overall business objectives for the team and wider department.
Accredited Museum Heritage professional with detailed knowledge of policy and practice in the conservation of historic interiors and collections, particularly from the nineteenth century.
Demonstrable experience at the accredited level of managing the care and conservation of collections and historic interiors in an historic house and/or museum.
A proficient understanding of risk management and good working knowledge of relevant Health and Safety legislation.
All applications must be submitted on a House of Commons application form.
More information on the role and the full criteria can be found on the job description. Please visit House of Commons website for details.
Band / Grade: B1
Leave entitlement: Starting at 30 days per annum, pro-rata
Pension: Civil Service Pension Scheme
Interview dates: Interviews are expected to be held on February 5th 2020