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Positions at London Metropolitan Archive

From: Helen Lindsay <helen.lindsay>
Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2000
Principal Conservation Technician (1 position)
(Grade JE4 UKP16,390-UKP19,320 pa inclusive)
Conservation Technician (2 positions)
(Grade JE2 UKP12,580-UKP14,640 pa inclusive)

We are looking for 3 conservation technicians to join a team of 6 in
the conservation section of the London Metropolitan Archives, the
largest local authority archive in the country, with 32 miles of
archives and books and 56 staff. LMA is also responsible for the
management of Keats House in Hampstead.

The main work will involve the preparation of material for
microfilming and the cleaning, basic repair and packaging of
archives, library materials and modern media, learning new
techniques as appropriate. The principal conservation technician
will supervise and direct the work of the conservation technicians.
Full professional training will be supported by LMA for suitable
candidates. People considering a career in conservation are welcome
to apply.

A good standard of literacy and numeracy, to GCSE level is required,
in addition, the principal conservation technician should hold a
recognised qualification in the field of conservation and preferably
have supervisory experience. Candidates should be able to work in
dusty conditions, to climb ladders and handle heavy archives with

Closing date May 11 2000
Interviews May 18-19, 2000

A job description and application form is available from

    The Administration Office
    London Metropolitan Archives
    40 Northampton Road, London EC1R 0HB
    +44 20 7332 3828
    lma [at] corpoflondon__gov__uk

For an informal discussion regarding these posts contact Helen
Lindsay +44 20-7332-3827.

C.V.'s will not be considered.

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