Careers

DL HERITAGE is always looking for new candidates to join our team of skilled technicians and professional art conservators.

Profiles sought

Are you passionate about arts and culture? Are you an honest and responsible person who aims for excellence and enjoys teamwork? Are you committed to sustainable development? We are looking for candidates with formal training in museology or art conservation.

Apply

To apply, send your CV with a letter of intent at:

info@dlheritage.com

Qualifications and skills

  • Excellent customer service
  • Team player
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Positive attitude
  • Enterprising and autonomous
  • Bilingual French and English, spoken and written

Conservator

Level of responsibility

The Conservator has the authority and responsibility to propose, advise, instruct, act and consult on all conservation issues. In an institutional setting, the Conservator may report to the Manager/ Head of Conservation. The Conservator supervises the Assistant Conservator, Conservation Technician, Conservation Fellow and Conservation Intern.

Education and experience

Master’s degree or Graduate Diploma in conservation, and typically 3-5 years of relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Assistant Conservator

Level of responsibility

At the direction of a supervising conservator, the Assistant Conservator proposes, advises, instructs, acts and consults on all conservation issues. The Assistant conservator supervises the Conservation Technician, Conservation Fellow and Conservation Intern.

Education and experience

Master’s degree or Graduate Diploma in conservation, and typically a minimum of 1-2 years of relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Conservation Technician

Level of responsibility

Under the supervision of a conservator, the Conservation Technician proposes, consults and carries out instructions on issues relevant to the conservation.

Education and experience

A museum / cultural heritage related technical diploma, including relevant practical and theoretical conservation studies, and typically a minimum of 6 months of relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Conservation Intern

Level of responsibility

Under direct supervision of a conservator, the Conservation Intern proposes, consults, and carries out instructions on all conservation issues. Internships typically provide a means for gaining relevant experience, and may also carry a research project as a requirement.

Education and experience

A student from a recognized undergraduate or graduate conservation program; or from a museum / cultural heritage related technical diploma program that includes practical and theoretical conservation studies; or from an equivalent combination of education and experience.