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A permanent position of Associate Professor of Painting Conservation is available at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo. The holder of the position is expected to initiate and lead research and teaching relevant to painting conservation at the Department, with a focus on the treatment of paintings, treatment histories, historical painting materials (post-1600) and conservation ethics. The successful candidate will have extensive experience of working with oil paintings on canvas, c. 1600-present. The successful candidate will join a team of conservators with strong ties to archaeologists and historians. Duties at the department include teaching, supervision of students and PhD candidates, the setting of exams, evaluation on all levels, and administrative duties in accordance with the needs of the Department. The new member of staff will take an active interest in current projects, while also developing a separate research agenda. The new staff member should also be ready to teach on a broad range of topics, thematically and chronologically.

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