JOB POSITION | David Booth Fellowship in Conservation Science | Conservation at the MoMA The Museum of Modern Art
Equipment training: The David Booth Conservation Science fellow (DBCSF) will be trained in operating some or all of the following equipment: Fourier transform infrared spectrometry (transmitted, ATR, and diffuse reflectance), Raman spectrometry, gas chromatography mass spectrometry, X-ray fluorescence, and micro-fadeometry.
Data archiving and report writing: The DBCSF will archive raw data on the department’s network and write report summaries that are linked to The Museum System (TMS).
Environmental monitoring: The DBCSF will manage temperature and humidity loggers and assist with the downloading and uploading of data to eclimate® notebook.
Literature review: Periodically, the DBCSF will carry out literature reviews on topics related to their work and provide summaries of the state of the art related to pertinent fields.
Training: The DBCSF will provide training to interns and junior conservators as appropriate.
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