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Subject: Position at METRO

Position at METRO

From: Holly MacCammon <maccammon>
Date: Thursday, July 22, 1999
Project Director, Preservation Sourcebook Update Project

Duration of Project: July 1, 1999 - December 31, 1999

Job Summary: METRO has received funding from the New York State
Discretionary Grant Program to compile a database of updated
information on products and services pertaining to preservation
services and disaster planning as previously published in two METRO
publications: Who Ya Gonna Call?: A Preservation Services Sourcebook
For Libraries and Archives and Hell and High Water: A Disaster
Information Sourcebook. The Project Director will be responsible for
planning research strategy, gathering data as well as compiling and
editing the information into a database. This database will have
revised data from the old sourcebooks, the latest available
information in the conservation/preservation field, as well as web
sites from the Internet. It will also involve writing introductory
essays/product descriptions and compiling an annotated bibliography.
The Project Director will have the support of METRO staff, and
METRO's Conservation/Preservation Advisory Council. This  position
requires a commitment of 250 hours. The salary is $5,000.

Qualifications: Professional preservation/conservation experience or
substantial training. Practical knowledge of preservation and
conservation services as well as disaster planning and recovery.
Ability to perform comprehensive research. Excellent writing and
communication skills. Database management experience. Contact:

    Holly MacCammon
    Project Manager
    57 East 11th Street, 4th Floor
    New York, NY 10003
    212-228-2320 ext. 26
    maccammon [at] metgate__metro__org

Holly MacCammon
Regional Archivist
Documentary Heritage Program, METRO

                  Conservation DistList Instance 13:9
                  Distributed: Thursday, July 22, 1999
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Received on Thursday, 22 July, 1999

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