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Subject: Position at Harvard

Position at Harvard

From: Craigen Bowen <bowen>
Date: Tuesday, July 28, 1998
Conservation Technician
Harvard University Art Museums
Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies
Salary Grade:07    Hiring Range: $2.018- $2,472/per month
Hours Per Week: 35
Required/Preferred Education, Experience, Skills: B.A. preferred
with background in art or art history; one year's related
experience; museum experience desirable; manual dexterity; matting
and framing experience; strong written and verbal communications
skills; familiarity with computers; ability to exercise good
judgment and work independently; ability to lift up to 50 lb. and
routinely work while standing

Duties & Responsibilities: Reports to Conservator of Works of Art on
Paper. Measures, cuts, hinges, and applies mats for routine
projects.  Carries out necessary framing and unframing, including
hinge and adhesive removal, in preparation for examination and
conservation treatment. Uses common hand and power tools. Maintains
supplies and related records, including billing records. Interprets
and implements lab/museum policies and procedures pertaining to
loans, exhibitions and storage.  Regularly interacts with
conservation, curatorial, registration and exhibitions staff.
Assists in training students, interns. Responsible for the physical
organization and in-house transport of art on paper. Provides
information to callers as necessary.

Send resume and cover letter to

    Ellen S. Slater
    Human Resources
    Harvard University Art Museums
    32 Quincy Street
    Cambridge, MA 02139

Note: Expenses associated with travel to interview are the
responsibility of the applicant.

                  Conservation DistList Instance 12:13
                 Distributed: Wednesday, July 29, 1998
                       Message Id: cdl-12-13-011
Received on Tuesday, 28 July, 1998

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