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Posted: 12/20/2013

Central Park Conservancy (CPC)
Planning, Design & Construction

CPC is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the maintenance and preservation of Central Park.

Seasonal Monuments Conservation Technician/Intern (5)
Internship Opportunity
New York, NY
$14.00 per hour

Conservation technicians will be involved in the seasonal program of examination, documentation, preservation and conservation of the bronze and stone sculpture and architectural features in Central Park in New York City.This years seasonal monuments conservation program will run for ten weeks, from  Monday, June 2nd to Friday, August 8th, 2014. Work hours are from 7 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday

Eligibility Requirements:

Applicants must be active graduate students or recent masters-level graduates in historic preservation, objects conservation or equivalent.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate eligibility to live and work in the US for the duration of this placement prior to consideration for candidacy.

Applicants must possess a current United States issued drivers license or equivalent. They must be physically able to lift 50 lbs and to wear a respirator for up to 3 hours per day.

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How to apply
Interested applicants should respond (preferably via email) with a cover letter and C.V. or resume no later than April 18th, 2014 to: Matthew C. Reiley Associate Director of Conservation Central Park Conservancy 14 E. 60th Street, 8th floor New York, NY 10022 Cell: 347-236-9461 Fax: 212-535 0448 mreiley@centralparknyc.org
Matthew Reiley
Phone: 347 236 9461
Fax: 212 535 0448
14 E. 60th Street, 8th floor
New York, NY 10022

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