graduated in art history at the Jagiellonian University and has long experience of archaeological research, e.g. in Hallstatt excavations. He is also an experienced manager, specializing in the past in restructuring of enterprises, a director in companies quoted on the stock exchange. Jan was the Director of the Cracow Saltworks Museum in Wieliczka since 1 January 2016. He occupied the position of Conservator of Historical Objects in Cracow Saltworks, including the historical mines in Wieliczka and Bochnia, since 2017.
dr Barbara KonwerskaDeputy Director for Academic and Research Affairse-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org: +48 12 289 16 12
graduated in church history at the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Cracow and in history at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow. She has worked in the Cracow Saltworks Museum in Wieliczka since 2001. Barbara obtained her doctorate of humanities in history in 2007, is a qualified curator (since 2015), Chief Inventory Manager (since 2008), and the Deputy Director for Science and Research in the Cracow Saltworks Museum in Wieliczka (since 2017). She has focused on museum activities and scientific research throughout her career. Barbara is the author and co-author of scientific and popular-science studies, programmes, leaflets and exhibition catalogues. She conducts scientific research and source search queries, especially into the history of photography, history of Wieliczka, tourism and of the salt mine in the times of Austrian occupation.
Zbigniew JawieńChief Investment Specialist and Mining Supervisore-mail: email@example.com: +48 12 289 16 23
graduated from the AGH University of Technology, Faculty of Mining, Department of Mine Design and Construction in 1986. He was employed in the company HYDROKOP SA in 1986-1998, among others as a mine foreman in the Wieliczka Salt Mine. Zbigniew then occupied managerial positions, e.g. in the companies BUDOSTAL-2 SA, MOTA ENGIL. Since 2016, he has worked as the Chief Engineer of the Cracow Saltworks Museum in Wieliczka, responsible for condition of excavations in the underground Museum exhibitions and their technical safeguards.
Joanna NawalanyChief Accountante-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org: +48 12 289 16 21
For many years an employee of the Cracow Saltworks Museum Wieliczka. In the years 1993–2005 deputy head of the Finance and Accounting Department. Since 2006 employed as Chief Accountant.
Monika Dziobek-MotykaDirector Representative for International Cooperatione-mail: email@example.com: +48 12 289 16 26; +48 601 366 195
graduated in history at the Faculty of History of the Jagiellonian University. She has worked in the Museum since 2016 in the position of Director’s Representative for External-International Cooperation, and previously worked in the sector of large Polish and foreign enterprise for 16 years. Monika supports the management of the Museum in the promotion of its international cooperation, by accomplishing jointly and individually set objectives and seeking new directions in cooperation. She is responsible for a series of international projects carried out by the Museum and for organisation of the International Conference of Mining and Underground Museums. Her additional interests include the protection and management of world’s mining heritage, not only in salt mines.
Dr inż. arch. Jacek ChrząszczewskiDirector Representative for Conservation of Cultural Heritagee-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org: +48 12 289 16 46
he graduated in architecture at the Cracow University of Technology and in art history at the Jagiellonian University. Jacek was a scholar of the Lanckoroński Foundation in Rome and DAAD. He was a scientific and teaching assistant at the Cracow University of Technology in 1998-2005. Jacek completed the Training Course on Restoration in Italy in 2007. He occupied the position of Deputy Conservator of Historical Objects in the Małopolskie Voivodship in 2008-2016. Jacek has given lectures on the law on historical object conservation at the Jagiellonian University since 2010. He is a doctor of technical sciences (since 2014). He supervised numerous conservation projects in the salt mine and town of Wieliczka. Since 2016, Jacek has occupied the position of Director’s Representative for Conservation and exercised conservation supervision over the mines in Wieliczka and Bochnia as the Conservator of Historical Objects in the Cracow Saltworks.
Wacław JaworskiDeputy Director for Administrative Affairse-mail: email@example.com
A graduate of the Mining Faculty of the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow. From 1979, an employee of the Cracow Saltworks Museum Wieliczka, employed in the Mining Material Culture Department as a museum assistant, from 1984 senior assistant, 1988 assistant professor, 1993 curator, 1996 senior curator. In the years 1994–1997 Head of the Material Culture Department. Deputy Director for Administrative Affairs since 1997. Author of historical and conservation studies and studies on the historic excavations of the Wieliczka and Bochnia mines.
Radosław KrztońInformatics Specialiste-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org: +48 12 289 16 29
graduated in computer science applications in technology at the Pedagogical University and in computer science and econometrics at the College of Economics and Computer Science in Cracow. He is responsible for informatization of the Cracow Saltworks Museum (since 2008). He has in-depth knowledge of IT topics, including Safety: Firewall, UTM, VPN, NAT; Communications: FTTx, LAN, WiFi, WAN; Domains, Active Directory, QoS; Systems: Windows Server 2000-2012, CAL, Remote access; Databases: SQL Management Studio Express, Firebird; Backup: RAID, NAS; Monitoring: IP cameras, people counting; multimedia screenings.