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Subject: Position at National Museum of American History

Position at National Museum of American History

From: Suzanne Thomassen-Krauss <thomassen-krauss>
Date: Wednesday, March 3, 1999
Textile Conservator
National Museum of American History

National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, offers
a rare opportunity to work on a project of national historic
significance. The Star-Spangled Banner that flew over Ft. McHenry
will be conserved over a 4 year period in a custom lab on view to
the public. A position is being filled, ranging in salary from
$32,457 to $42,198.  Successful applicants will have a knowledge of
and experience with textile conservation practices, with emphasis on
woolen textiles.  Position requires nights and weekends and physical
abilities to work while lying down/sitting/standing for extended
periods.  Also requires ability to move up to 60 pounds of fabric
and equipment, and the ability to climb ladders.  To apply, mail
detailed resume of experience to:

    Smithsonian Institution
    Office of Human Resources
    Branch 1, P.O. Box 23294
    Washington DC 20026-3294,
    attn: MPA # 99PL-1061

 by the closing date of March 15, 1998. Inquiries may be directed to
Suzanne Thomassen-Krauss at 202-786-2394. The Smithsonian is an
Equal Opportunity employer."

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