A Museum Technician is a keeper of a cultural heritage institution like a museum, gallery or an archive where all ancient rare found & historic things are preserved for the general public. A museum technician is responsible for such institution's collection and preserving such valuables.
In smaller museums, a technician may have lesser responsibilities for the acquisition and care of objects. The technician will make sure of decisions of what objects to collect, oversee their care and documentation, conduct research based on the collection, provide packaging and art and share with the public.
A master's or a PhD degree in subjects such as the history of art, anthropology, archaeology, or the classics. Other courses one can consider include public history, museum studies, arts management or curatorial practice.