SRAL (Stichting Restauratie Atelier Limburg) is looking to expand the team of conservators with two colleagues.
Conservator of paintings, polychrome sculptures and painted objects
Conservator of paintings, historic interiors and painted objects
Working at SRAL:
SRAL is a dynamic conservation studio in the south of the Netherlands. With our team of conservators we carry out conservation treatments in a cross-over between the specializations: polychrome sculptures, paintings on different supports, modern art, murals and historical interiors. An important part is conducting (preliminary) research into applied art techniques, paint cross-sections, context of the artwork and decision-making about the treatment. SRAL also provides structural advice for preventive conservation.
Major projects such as the Nicolaaskapel on the Valkhof in Nijmegen, the Crucifix by Jan van Steffeswert, the painted ceiling pieces in Paleis het Loo and the complete historic interior of the Maastricht City Hall are among our assignments. We offer conservators the opportunity to specialize in cross-over areas between the in-house specialisms.
As an institute we participate in conservation education. We offer workshops to train young conservators as well as mid-career professionals in conservation methods and techniques developed at SRAL. We are actively involved in the developments of the field – nationally and internationally.
Our head office in the Wiebengahal in Maastricht has several conservation studios, a training studio and research facilities. In the Bonnefanten next door, we work in the 'open studio' on the 1st floor next to the exhibition spaces of the museum. In addition, a lot of work is done on location, depending on the projects. This can vary from churches and museums in Limburg to historic interior spaces throughout the Netherlands.
The SRAL team is looking for two conservators with a master's degree (or equivalent) in conservation and restoration with a specialization or combination in the following fields: paintings, polychrome sculpture, painted objects and historical interiors.
• Completed training in conservation-restoration of paintings, polychrome sculptures, painted objects and/or historical interior space at a university level (Master’s degree) or equivalent (for non-EU university degree programs)
• Relevant work experience in conservation and research of paintings, polychrome sculptures, painted objects and/or historical interiors
• You follow the ethical code for conservators (ECCO)
• You are eager to expand and build expertise in order to be deployable in different disciplines
• You work well both in a team and independently on projects
• You have good communication skills, both verbally and in writing
• Dutch speaking or willing to learn the Dutch language
• Working in a dynamic organization in a team of international and friendly colleagues
• Challenging and high-profile projects
• Opportunities for professional development
• A permanent contract with a competitive salary
This is a permanent contract of 24–40 hours in consultation. Salary is based on the Museum CAO according to academic training and experience.
Send your motivation letter and curriculum vitae before January 15th 2022 by email to HR@sral.nl. The job interviews are scheduled for early February 2022.
SRAL actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion at the work place. Acquisition in response to this advertisement is not appreciated.
For further information please contact Lydia Beerkens. For questions regarding the application procedure, please contact Julie Fassbender. They can both be reached by telephone 043-3218444 or e-mail at HR@sral.nl