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Subject: Position at John Rylands University Library of Manchester

Position at John Rylands University Library of Manchester

From: John Woodhouse <jwoodhou>
Date: Tuesday, September 24, 1996
Conservation Technician Vacancy

Applications are invited for a Conservation post to be funded from
the recent HEFCE allocation of non-formula funding for specialised
research collections in the humanities. The post is tenable for a
period of up to three years subject to continuing HEFCE funding. The
Conservation Technician will work under the direction of the
Bookbinding and Conservation Manager on a wide range of materials
included printed books, manuscripts, letters and other archival
items, and less regularly encountered media such as vellum and
papyrus. The person will carry out a variety of conservation
processes, including repairs to leather bindings.

Applicants should have a recognised qualification in conservation or
binding and/or relevant experience in the field of conservation.
Salary in the range (sterling) 11,399 - 13,619 under review.

Application forms and further particulars are available from the
Librarian's secretary, The John Rylands University Library of
Manchester M13 9PP tel:0161 275 3700;fax:0161 275 3759/0161 273 7488
Completed forms must be returned by the 7th October 1996

As an Equal Opportunities Employer, the University welcomes
applications from suitably qualified people from all sections of the
community, regardless of race, religion, gender or disability.
Promoting quality teaching and research.

We are not able to apply for a work permit for this post.

John Woodhouse
Bookbinding and Conservation Department
John Rylands University Library of Manchester
Oxford Road
Manchester M13 9PP
+44  161-275-3733
Fax: +44 0161-273-7488

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