Archaeological Conservator CV
Archaeological conservators are specialists in comprehending processes of corrosion and decay in a broad variety of substances. They have a good understanding of how to care for such decayed substances. The CV includes details of job objective and work experience along with academic background.
Sample Archaeological Conservator CV
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I have a degree in
- Bachelor of Archaeological Conservation from Duke University, 2000
- Master of Archaeological Conservation from Boston University, Boston, 2002
I have computer related knowledge of MS Word, power point, excel, access and the internet.
- I am a highly skilled and experienced expert with the skills and understanding to consider the needs of any specific artefact or compilation.
- I can execute a conservation plan within a firm code of preparation and to a high paradigm.
I can protect objects from additional deterioration, harm and loss and try to restore them back to their original form.
- I can evaluate possible explanations and remedies for care of such objects
I was an archaeological conservator in the Museum Of Natural History, New York from 2002 onwards and my responsibilities were to:
- Clean, stabilise, record, investigate, identify and document objects of interest.
Write conservation plans, which are priceless as a base for grant-aid demands;
Provide advice and supervision on packaging and storage space requests;
- Apply relevant methods and processes, e.g. , x-radiography;
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