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Position at Canberra

From: Ann Sharp <ams>
Date: Friday, September 27, 1996
University of Canberra
Faculty of Applied Science
Lecturer Paper Conservation
$43602 - $51777 pa
Reference No. 96/2078
Deadline: 18 Oct 96

The National Centre for Cultural Heritage Science Studies (NCCHSS)
seeks to appoint a Lecturer to develop and teach the paper
conservation at the Bachelor's and Master's degree level, supervise
research by undergraduate and postgraduate students and carry out
research in an appropriate field. Teaching will concentrate on the
history and technology of paper based materials; the causes of
deterioration; library and archive preservation and the techniques
of paper conservation. The NCCHSS has a laboratory specifically for
teaching paper conservation.

You will have a degree in the conservation of cultural materials and
have at least five years experience in the conservation of paper
based materials (including artwork) in libraries, art galleries,
archives or other cultural institutions. Previous teaching
experience is highly desirable but not essential.

The position is available for five years.

Selection documentation is available by calling (06) 201 2607 (24
hour answering machine). Applicants must obtain the selection
criteria before seeking further information about the duties from
Benita Johnson on +61 6 201 2632.

Applications:  Applications should address the Selection Criteria,
and include the names, addresses and fax numbers of at least 3
referees. Applications should be addressed to:

    Recruitment Officer 1D107
    University of Canberra
    P.O. Box 1
    Belconnen   ACT  2616

The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Maintains a
smoke-free environment

Ann Sharp
Recruitment Officer
University of Canberra
+61 6 201 5185
Fax: +61 6 201 5158

                  Conservation DistList Instance 10:32
                Distributed: Friday, September 27, 1996
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Received on Friday, 27 September, 1996

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