Conservator/Objects Conservato

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Conservator/Objects Conservator MoSH Located in Memphis, TN, MoSH (the Museum of Science and History; the Museum) is a well-established 501c3 that seeks to create a community of people who share a richer understanding of one another and the world around us. The Museum consists of the Pink Palace Museum, the Lichterman Nature Center, the Coon Creek Science Center, and other historical properties. We inspire discovery through collecting, preserving, and interpreting the cultural histories and natural sciences that shape our region. Join our team as we embark on an exciting phase of executing our new vision. Our museum is committed to telling our story by: Advocating for Authenticity - Illuminate varying perspectives and uphold accurate interpretation without glossing over tough ideas. Magnifying Belonging - Building active audiences through outreach, co-creation, and participatory inclusion. Embodying Holistic Stories - Incorporating context and presenting lesser-known stories to portray a complete, systemic picture of the region and its history. Constructing Intersections - Creating welcoming common spaces that encourage serendipitous and unstructured engagement and foster meaningful interactions between diverse groups of people. Reports to: Director of Exhibits & Collections Responsibilities: The conservator will manage, preserve, treat, and document the artifacts, specimens, and art in the museum's extensive natural science and cultural history collection. In partnership with the collections and exhibits staff, the conservator will coordinate exhibit installations, assist with design, construct displays, dioramas, display cases, and models, and ensure the availability of necessary materials. The conservator is a vital member of the museum's Exhibits & Collections staff and will direct and supervise curatorial and technical staff in the handling, mounting, care, and storage of artifacts. The successful candidate will possess a high level of professionalism and work collaboratively with colleagues and staff. We look at each candidate in terms of combined skills; different combinations of skills can serve to qualify for the position. Qualities: Manage, preserve, treat, and
Conservator/Objects Conservator MoSH Located in Memphis, TN, MoSH (the Museum of Science and History; the Museum) is a well-established 501c3 that seeks to create a community of people who share a richer understanding of one another and the world around us. The Museum consists of the Pink Palace Museum, the Lichterman Nature Center, the Coon Creek Science Center, and other historical properties. We inspire discovery through collecting, preserving, and interpreting the cultural histories and natural sciences that shape our region. Join our team as we embark on an exciting phase of executing our new vision. Our museum is committed to telling our story by: Advocating for Authenticity - Illuminate varying perspectives and uphold accurate interpretation without glossing over tough ideas. Magnifying Belonging - Building active audiences through outreach, co-creation, and participatory inclusion. Embodying Holistic Stories - Incorporating context and presenting lesser-known stories to portray a complete, systemic picture of the region and its history. Constructing Intersections - Creating welcoming common spaces that encourage serendipitous and unstructured engagement and foster meaningful interactions between diverse groups of people. Reports to: Director of Exhibits & Collections Responsibilities: The conservator will manage, preserve, treat, and document the artifacts, specimens, and art in the museum's extensive natural science and cultural history collection. In partnership with the collections and exhibits staff, the conservator will coordinate exhibit installations, assist with design, construct displays, dioramas, display cases, and models, and ensure the availability of necessary materials. The conservator is a vital member of the museum's Exhibits & Collections staff and will direct and supervise curatorial and technical staff in the handling, mounting, care, and storage of artifacts. The successful candidate will possess a high level of professionalism and work collaboratively with colleagues and staff. We look at each candidate in terms of combined skills; different combinations of skills can serve to qualify for the position. Qualities: Manage, preserve, treat, and
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