Internship in conservation

The Heritage Council and the Chester Beatty Library are celebrating the tenth anniversary of the conservation internship scheme. We are pleased to offer a twelve-month internship in book and/or paper conservation.

The scheme is co-funded by by the Heritage Council and the generous support of the Library’s Patrons. The internship offers the possibility of professional workplace experience within a prestigious institution.

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Cécilia Duminuco, carrying out pigment consolidation as part of her internship.

The successful candidate will gain experience working in the Library’s busy Conservation Laboratory. He/She will work under the supervision of the Library’s Senior Conservator, Kristine Rose Beers. Practical projects will be assigned to fit in with the Library’s on-going treatment, exhibition and loan programmes and include the preparation of manuscripts and single folios for digitisation from across the collections.

How to apply:

If you are interested in joining the CBL conservation team then further information and details on how to apply are available to download here.

You can learn more about the experiences of previous interns here.

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