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Position at Marriott Library

From: Randy Silverman <rsilverm>
Date: Friday, September 11, 1998
Marriott Library

The University of Utah's Marriott Library, a mid-sized research
library, is seeking an innovative and enthusiastic rare book
conservator.  Applicants must possess demonstrable skill in all
aspects of book and paper conservation appropriate for treating
historically significant printed and manuscript book collections.
The position is responsible for developing and maintaining efficient
protocols for examining, documenting, treating, and housing book
collections from all historical periods.  The position offers a
large degree of autonomy for candidates interested in developing
innovative, creative approaches to a wide range of book conservation
problems. Applicants should possess good communication skills and a
desire to work well within a team environment.  Prerequisites for
the position include a Bachelor degree in a related field or the
equivalent, and five years of relevant work experience.  A portfolio
is strongly recommended for all serious applicants.  40 hours per
week (M-F daytime hours)   Entry Rate: $30,711 - $33,500   Grade 12
Job #: AP-3487    Posted: 9/10/98

The University of Utah is an equal-opportunity, affirmative action
employer.  We encourage applications from women and minorities and
provide reasonable accommodations to known disabilities of
applicants and employees.

For more information about the position, please contact Randy
Silverman 801-585-6782, rsilverm [at] library__utah__edu

To apply, please complete a University of Utah employment
application <> or 801-581-8848).

Randy Silverman, Preservation Librarian
Marriott Library, University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Fax: 801-585-3464

                  Conservation DistList Instance 12:26
                Distributed: Tuesday, September 15, 1998
                       Message Id: cdl-12-26-031
Received on Friday, 11 September, 1998

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