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Subject: Position at New York Public Library

Position at New York Public Library

From: Roberta Pilette <rpilette>
Date: Tuesday, January 5, 1999
Associate Head, Shelf & Binding Preparation Office
The New York Public Library

Applications are invited for the Associate Head in the Shelf &
Binding Preparation Office, part of the Preservation Division of The
Research Libraries.  Under the direction of the Associate Chief for
Preservation Treatment, manages the daily operations of the Shelf &
Binding Preparation Office including training, evaluating and
coordinating SBPO staff in materials labeling, repairs, pocket
insertions, and the construction of protective jackets; working with
commercial library binders to establish binding specifications;
evaluating materials to determine appropriate binding or
preservation methods; monitoring budget and assisting with budget
preparation. Also serves as liaison with units in The Research
Libraries and trains Research Libraries staff in commercial binding

To qualify, applicants must have a Bachelor's degree in Literature,
History or related field and at least two years of administrative
and managerial experience.  Demonstrated knowledge of conservation
principles and practices, including book history and structure;
commercial binding specifications, and computer based binding
controls systems.  Strong PC skills, including word processing,
spreadsheet and database software.  Demonstrated analytical ability;
oral and written communication skills.

Starting salary $29,590 and excellent benefits.  Please send resume
and cover letter to:

    Human Resources Department KN-SB
    The New York Public Library
    188 Madison Avenue, 5th Floor
    New York, NY  10016-4314
    or email hrd [at] nypl__org
    An Equal Opportunity Employer

                  Conservation DistList Instance 12:56
                 Distributed: Tuesday, January 5, 1999
                       Message Id: cdl-12-56-023
Received on Tuesday, 5 January, 1999

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