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Posted: 01/09/2015

Worcester Eisenbrandt, Inc.

Throughout its history, Worcester Eisenbrandt, Inc. (WEI) has applied its experience and expertise to numerous governmental, institutional, commercial, and private sites all over the Mid-Atlantic region. Of the over 1,500 projects completed by WEI since 1987, approximately 75% have been architecturally, historically, or culturally significant in nature. Many of WEI's projects are listed in or have been identified as potentially eligible for the National Register of Historic Places, and range from small, highly sensitive conservation efforts to large-scale multi-million dollar rehabilitation contracts.

Temporary Full-Time Assistant Conservator/Conservation Technician
Professional Opportunity
Baltimore, MD

Worcester Eisenbrandt, Inc. is seeking a temporary full-time assistant conservator/conservation technician who will work under the direction of a senior-level conservator.  The assistant conservator/conservation technician will conduct site-specific work, which will entail performing conservation treatment procedures on a variety of materials.  Candidates applying for this position should have a graduate-level degree in conservation or be able to provide documentation of equivalent experience.  A recent graduate with 1 to 2 years of experience is preferable; a willingness to travel is essential.

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How to apply
Interested individuals should email a cover letter and resume to Debora Rodrigues, Director of Conservation, at drodrigues@weiconstruction.com. No telephone calls, please.
Debora Rodrigues

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