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Advert Date:   Thursday, 6th January 2022
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Job Title:   Graduate Internship Paintings Conservation
Organisation:   Rijksmuseum
Salary:   €250 per Month
Type:   Full-Time Position
Location:   Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Closing Date:   Sunday, 13th February 2022
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  Job Description
The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum of the Netherlands. The collection contains 1.1 million (art) objects from and relating to the Netherlands from the Middle Ages until the 20th century. The museum receives over two million visitors a year with a stunning building, surprising decor, beautiful exhibitions, lively events and many pleasant facilities for young and old.

The Rijksmuseum's dynamic and diverse Conservation & Science Department is housed in the Ateliergebouw or Studio Building across the street from the Rijksmuseum. In addition to the 6 conservation studios and laboratories of the Rijksmuseum, the building hosts the conservation training program of the University of Amsterdam, the Scientific Department of the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands (RCE) and the newly formed Netherlands Institute of Conservation, Art and Science (NICAS). The strong collaboration between conservators, scientific researchers and art historians in the three institutes makes for an interdisciplinary and inspiring environment.

The department of Paintings Conservation holds an internationally recognized position in the field of technical research and conservation of old master paintings and consists of a core team of eight conservators supported by a team of conservation scientists and researchers. Together they stimulate the integration of scientific research into conservation practice.

The Rijksmuseum is inviting applications for:

Graduate internship in Paintings Conservation
The position is full-time (36 hours per week) for the duration of six to (preferably) twelve months, starting in the fall of 2022

The intern will assist during the currently ongoing Operation Night Watch, a project launched in July 2019 to conduct in-depth research into the painting technique and condition of Rembrandt's masterpiece and its treatment. Decisions on further treatment of The Night Watch will be taken in the spring of 2022 after completion of the structural treatment. Alternatively, the intern will carry out in-depth treatment of a painting, including scientific research into its materials, technique and condition. The intern will also work alongside the paintings conservators to monitor the condition of the collection, preparing paintings for loans, writing condition reports, (de-) installing exhibitions, and assisting with other ongoing (research) projects. The Paintings Conservation department works closely with the Curatorial- and Science Departments and the intern will be expected to participate in discussions about ongoing treatments and research projects. Interns will have the opportunity to attend regular talks organized by the three institutions housed in the Studio Building.
  Required Skills / Qualifications
For the duration of the entire internship (fall 2022 – fall 2023) applicants must be students enrolled in a (inter)national MA-level conservation training program with a specialization in paintings conservation. Applicants should possess:

• True interest in integrating scientific research into conservation practice.
• Basic knowledge of analytical methods useful for research.
• Fluency in English, spoken and written.
• The ability to work in a team.

The internship is unpaid. A modest monthly stipend of 250 euros a month based on 36 hours working week is offered. Special requirements are in place for students coming from outside Europe.
  Application Instructions
The application requires a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae and two letters of recommendation, to be submitted online. Applications must be submitted via the button on our website (on the vacancy page). For further information, please contact Petria Noble, Head of Paintings Conservation, via +31206747233. For questions regarding the application procedure, please contact Marijn Hovingh, personnel officer, via +31206747000,

Please apply via the application form.

The closing date for all applications is 13 February 2022 at 6:00 p.m. (Amsterdam time/CET). No applications will be accepted after the deadline. All applications must be submitted online and in English. Applications or related materials delivered via email, postal mail, or in person will not be accepted. Selections will be made and interviews will be held in February 2022. Applicants will be notified by 1 March 2022.

Agency calls are not appreciated.
Contact Name:   Petria Noble
Contact Tel:     +31206747233
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Address:   Museumstraat 1, 1071 XX, Amsterdam.