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Sample Art Conservator Resume






An art conservator resume should focus on the applicant's experience, training, and readiness to accept employment. All art conservator resumes should mention all of the above, as shown in the following example.


Roger Job-hunter
110 Gilbert Avenue
Any Town, USA 99999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
rjobhunter@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

A position as an Art Conservator

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Good management and communication skills; decisive and dependable employee; creative and technical ability

EXPERIENCE

Art Conservator, 2000 to present:

Bushnell Art Museum, Big City, USA.

Coordinated the activities of subordinates who were engaged in examining, repairing, and conserving art objects. Duties included determining the condition and authenticity, need for repair, and method of preservation, using x-rays, radiographs, and special lights. Estimated the cost of restoration.

Assistant Art Conservator, 1998-2000:

Bushnell Art Museum, Big City, USA.

Assisted the head conservator with assigned tasks related to conserving works of art after making judgments related to the authenticity of the object and consulting with curatorial staff on handling, mounting, caring for, and storing the objects.

EDUCATION

B.A., Art Conservation
Any City University, 2000, Any City, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Art Conservators

NOTE: When writing an art conservator resume of your own use this condensed version as a sample for creating a complete one. Remember that potential employers look for specifics related to the job they want to fill. Include those details in your art conservator resume.