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Posted: 02/17/2015

Conservation Solutions, Inc.

Conservation Solutions, Inc. is a full-service conservation and historic preservation firm based in the capital cities of Washington, DC and Ottawa, ON, Canada with satellite offices around the US. CSI is seeking one or more temporary employees for summer employment. Current graduate students or recent masters-level graduates in historic preservation or conservation are strongly preferred. The position will be based in our Clinton, MD office near Washington, DC, but the employee may be required to travel to one or more of our project sites around the country. The applicant is responsible for his/her own housing while working out of the MD office.

Conservator Technician
Professional Opportunity
Clinton, MD

Duties and requirements:

   Support conservators in all aspects of conservation practice including: Hands-on treatment, documentation, research, administrative tasks, studio organization, etc.

   Prior experience with conservation treatment, power tools, sculpture, decorative painting or mold-making is advantageous but not a requirement

   Applicant should be comfortable working outside, being on ones feet for extended periods, working at heights on scaffold, etc.

   Must be legally able to work in the United States and possess a valid US drivers license

   The projected period of employment is 8 weeks, although this may be extended based on workload and availability



OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Compensation will be commensurate with experience 
Please send cover letter and resume to Kim Crawford at (kim@conservationsolutionsinc.com)
Kimberly Crawford
Clinton, MD 20735

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