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Subject: Position at NCPTT

Position at NCPTT

From: Fran Gale <gale>
Date: Tuesday, December 10, 1996
Information Management Assistant

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the
position of Information Management Assistant at the National Center
for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT). NCPTT is an office
of the National Park Service located on the campus of Northwestern
State University of Louisiana (NSU)in Natchitoches, Louisiana. The
position is through NSU and is available immediately for a period of
one year.

NCPTT is an interdisciplinary facility that serves the historic
preservation community nationwide. NCPTT's current work includes the
fields of historic architecture, archeology, historic landscapes,
objects and materials conservation, and the interpretation aspect of
history. NCPTT undertakes its work through three administrative
components: research, training, and information management.

Central to the mission of NCPTT is the dissemination of information
in a wide variety of media with the focus on electronic
distribution. Under its information management component, NCPTT
operates an Internet gopher site, World Wide Web page, and
computerized fax-on-demand system. NCPTT's office computers are
linked via Windows NT Server, and Internet access is through NSU.
The Information Management Assistant position is within NCPTT's
information management component--supervised by NCPTT's
Information Management Coordinator.

The Information Management Assistant's tasks will include assisting
NCPTT's Information Management Coordinator in

 Configuring, maintaining and upgrading NCPTT's computer hardware
 and software;

 Managing NCPTT's Windows NT based LAN;

 Assisting NCPTT staff with computer-related tasks and problems;

 Troubleshooting and resolving problems in NCPTT's office equipment
 including computer hardware and software;

 Other tasks as assigned, including administrative and clerical
 tasks that support the overall operation of NCPTT.

The successful candidate must have at least a bachelors degree in
computer science or a related field, knowledge of and experience
with LANs, database management, and problem resolution. Experience
with Windows NT is required. Knowledge of Paradox 5.0, Excel 5.0,
WordPerfect 6.1, FileMaker Pro 3.0, and the Internet is desired.
Good organizational skills and the ability to deal effectively with
computer users of varying experience and expertise are assets.
Appropriate experience in lieu of education will be considered.

To apply, send a letter of interest and resume to

    Mary S. Carroll
    National Center for Preservation Technology and Training
    Box 5682
    Natchitoches, Louisiana 71497

For more information, call 318/357-6464, fax 318/357-6421 or E-mail:
mcarroll [at] alpha__nsula__edu.

Northwestern State University of Louisiana is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, and
individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

                  Conservation DistList Instance 10:56
                Distributed: Tuesday, December 10, 1996
                       Message Id: cdl-10-56-018
Received on Tuesday, 10 December, 1996

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