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Positions at Yale

From: Alexis Hagadorn <alexis>
Date: Wednesday, June 5, 1996
Conservation Assistant II, Yale University Library.

Two full-time positions available.  Performs a variety of tasks
related to the conservation of books from Yale's circulating and/or
rare collections.  Assists in determining appropriate treatments,
carrying them out according to specified standards, and assists in
training and coordinating the work of others.

Required: 6 years of directly relevant work experience, 4 of them in
the same job family at the next lower level, and a high school level
education; or 4 years of directly relevant work experience and an
Associate Degree, or little or no work experience and a Bachelor
Degree in a related field; or an equivalent combination of education
and experience. Demonstrated knowledge of the fundamentals,
techniques, and history of bookbinding and conservation. Excellent
manual dexterity and sustained concentration with delicate work.
Ability to create spreadsheets and word-processing documents.
Effective organizational skills. References must indicate reliable
attendance and punctuality, accuracy, attention to detail and
diligent performance. Preferred: One year of experience in book
conservation or repair in another institution or private practice.
Experience in directing the work of others.

Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits program including 22
days vacation; 17 holiday, recess and personal days; health care;
retirement. No relocation assistance available. Please submit a
letter of application and resume to Barbara Livingston, Library
Human Resources, P.O. Box 208240, New Haven, CT, 06520-8240.
Positions will remain open until filled. Position available August
1, 1996.  EEO/AA

Alexis Hagadorn
Collections Conservator
Yale University Library

                  Conservation DistList Instance 9:83
                  Distributed: Wednesday, June 5, 1996
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Received on Wednesday, 5 June, 1996

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