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Sample Museum Conservator Resume






Notice how the applicant in this museum conservator resume focuses on his experience and his outstanding record developing and overseeing corporate employee trainings. All museum conservator resumes should include this essential information.


Ed Job-Seeker
105 Capital Drive
Any Town, USA 99999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
ejobseeker@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

A position as a Museum Conservator

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Talented and experienced professional with excellent training and skills in organization, conservation, art appreciation, digital imaging, scanning technology and copyright law.

EXPERIENCE

Museum Conservator, 2000 to present:

Louis T. Farnsworth Museum of Modern Art, Big City, USA.

Primary task is to manage, care for, preserve, treat, and document works of art, also using x-rays, chemical testing, special lights, and other laboratory equipment and techniques to examine objects and determine their condition and the best method of preserving them.

Assistant Conservator , 1998-2000:

Louis T. Farnsworth Museum of Modern Art, Big City, USA.

Responsibilities included participating in public outreach programs, and researching topics for the head conservator to write articles for scholarly journals in his field of expertise-17th century art.

EDUCATION

M.A., Museum Conservation, 1999

Any Town University, Any Town, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Museum Professionals

NOTE: A museum conservator resume should be focused and specific. This brief example of a museum conservator resume provides the essentials for composing a full-length one. You can add more information as called for according to the work experience you have.