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Subject: Position at University of London Library

Position at University of London Library

From: Roy Moxham <rmoxham>
Date: Thursday, January 20, 2000
Assistant Conservator (Preservation)
University of London Library
(Non-superannuable fixed-term post, to the end of May 2000 in the
first instance.)

A vacancy exists to join the team working on Historic Collections
Projects. Your role will be to offer conservation and preservation
support, involving the construction of conservation boxes and
packaging for rare books and documents, and the identification and
recording of any items requiring attention. You will also carry out
minor repairs and refurbish items as required.

The successful applicant should possess experience of conservation
packaging, both with bound volumes and flat paper, and have fast and
accurate bench skills. You will be responsible to the Library's
Preservation and Conservation Officer, but need to be able to work
unsupervised to pre-determined output levels. Some knowledge of
paper repair and book refurbishment would be desirable.

The post is full-time, but we will consider applicants interested in
part-time or job-share arrangements.

Salary in the range UKP 13,823 - 15,666 (including London Allowance).

Further details are available from

    Tracey McDuff
    Library Personnel Officer
    University of London Library
    Senate House, Malet St
    London WC1E 7HU
    +171-862-8444 quoting reference BE47 (24 hr dedicated
    recruitment line).

Deadline 1 Feb 2000
Senate House operates a No Smoking Policy.
Pursuing Equal Opportunities and Excellence in Education.

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