The Mary Rose Trust in Portsmouth is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and highly motivated Conservation Engineer to join their world-renowned team.
The Conservation Engineer will be responsible for engineering related to environmental control systems, the structure of the Mary Rose hull and the overall energy efficiency of the organisation. The aim of the role is to ensure they care for their unique collection of over 19,000 artefacts in the most energy-efficient way, thereby safeguarding it for future generations whilst minimising the impact on climate change. It will involve working with external partners such as contractors for their environmental control systems and academic institutions on related research projects. There will be the opportunity to present work to a variety of audiences such as museum staff and visitors, at relevant conferences, through the development and delivery of learning activities and the supervision of students working on related projects.
If you have the relevant qualifications and skillset and are looking to apply them to a role that will have progress collection care and associated climate impact, then this could be the opportunity for you.
If you are interested in applying for the role, please see the Role Profile on the Mary Rose Museum website and apply with a CV and covering letter (of a maximum 2 sides of A4), demonstrating how you meet the role specification to Michelle Rickman, Executive Assistant.