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Subject: Position at Nebraska State Historical Society

Position at Nebraska State Historical Society

From: Bob Selzer <nshs>
Date: Monday, June 3, 1996
Conservator of Objects
Nebraska State Historical Society
Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center

The Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center of the Nebraska State Historical
Society seeks a conservator of objects to conserve objects from the
Historical Society, museums, libraries, county and local historical
societies, and other public and private clients across Nebraska and the
Midwest.  The Ford Conservation Center is a state-of-the-art laboratory
facility, recently constructed in Omaha, Nebraska, supported by significant
endowments and fees.  The conservator will be required to equip and operate
the objects conservation lab, advise on preservation issues, perform
conservation treatments, participate in training activities relating to the
conservation of collections and provide input into grant proposals relating
to conservation projects.  Qualified applicants must have a bachelor's
degree and be a graduate of a recognized conservation program or have
equivalent apprenticeship training.  Applicants are required to have basic
knowledge and at least five years of experience in areas of conservation.
Experience with metal collections is recommended.  Salary range is
commensurate with qualifications, plus a generous state benefits package.
Send cover letter, resume, and State of Nebraska Application for Employment
form to Nebraska State Personnel, P.O. Box 94905, Lincoln, NE 68509.  Closes
when a suitable candidate is found.  For more information contact:

    Tony Schmitz
    Fax: 402-471-3100 or

    Julie Reilly
    Fax: 402-595-1178


Bob Selzer
Manager, Information Services
NE State Historical Society
Fax: 402-471-3100

                  Conservation DistList Instance 9:82
                   Distributed: Tuesday, June 4, 1996
                        Message Id: cdl-9-82-007
Received on Monday, 3 June, 1996

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