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Posted: 11/05/2013

Employer
EverGreene Architectural Arts
Conservation

EverGreene Architectural Arts, an award winning conservation, restoration, decoration, and specialty construction firm is seeking a project-based architectural conservator to join our conservation studio. EverGreene is one of the largest architectural arts and specialty construction companies in the United States. Based in New York, the firm works on high-profile and complex projects. Past work includes the Empire State Building, Illinois State Capitol, King Street Station (Seattle) and Mission Concepcion (San Antonio).


Position
Architectural Conservator
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
New York, NY
Details
 

The ideal candidate must have a background in the conservation of decorative finishes, especially paint, and at least two years of hands-on conservation experience with excellent technical skills. A Master of Science degree is required for the position.

Additionally, the ideal candidate will:

·         Be comfortable working on a construction site

·         Be able to maintain detailed treatment records and write reports

·         Conduct condition analysis, paint analysis and studies

·         Be willing to travel

·         Be able to work independently as well as part of a conservation crew

 

·         Be a Professional Associate of AIC, preferred. 

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Please email a resume and salary history to Avigail Charnov at acharnov@evergreene.com. Please indicate “Architectural Conservator” in the email subject line. No phone calls, please. EverGreene is an equal opportunity employer.
Avigail Charnov
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