Artifacts Conservator Salary in Los Angeles, California

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Average Salary for Artifacts Conservator in Los Angeles, California

The average salary of a(n) Artifacts Conservator in Los Angeles, California is $66,803.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Artifacts Conservator in Los Angeles, California is $32.12.

The average bonus of a(n) Artifacts Conservator in Los Angeles, California is $1,476.00.

Job Description:

Cleanses, restores, and safeguards archeological specimens and historical artifacts according to accepted chemical and physical techniques and training in archeological science. Cleans and refurbishes or reinforces specimens, such as weapons, mummified remains, and pottery, using hand tools and prescribed chemical agents. Restores artifacts by polishing, joining together broken fragments, or other procedures, using hand tools, power tools, and acid, chemical, or electrolytic corrosion-removal baths. Treats specimens to prevent or minimize deterioration, according to accepted procedures. Records treatment of each artifact. Prepares reports of activities. May plan and conduct research to improve methods of restoring and preserving specimen. May use laser technology to remove layers of corrosion or oxidation or paint to reveal original artwork. Less

Cleanses, restores, and safeguards archeological specimens and historical artifacts according to accepted chemical and physical techniques and training in archeological science. Cleans and refurbishes or reinforces specimens, such as weapons, mummified remains, and pottery, using hand tools and prescribed chemical... More

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