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Subject: Position at Durham University

Position at Durham University

From: Elizabeth Branigan <elizabeth.branigan>
Date: Tuesday, May 9, 2000
Assistant Conservator, Conservation Unit
Archives and Special Collections
Durham University Library
UKP13,317-UKP15,899 per annum (under review)

The Archives and Special Collections department of Durham University
Library is attractively situated in the Library's Palace Green
Section close to Durham Cathedral and the historic city centre, and
within easy travelling distance of Newcastle upon Tyne. It
administers exceptionally rich and varied collections, medieval to
modern, including manuscripts, archives, books, maps, prints and

To share in the wide variety of work carried out by the Conservation
Unit, including conservation and repair of paper, parchment, maps,
architectural drawings, seals, etc., binding, preventive rehousing,
and photography. During the period of the post it will include a
special project, funded by the Research Support Libraries Programme
(RSLP), to repair and conserve an important series of 15th to 17th
century records.

The post is a fixed-term appointment for two years from 1st August
2000.It offers opportunities both for experienced conservators and
for newly qualified conservators wishing to extend their range of
skills (applications are welcome from students who will qualify this

Informal enquiries about the post may be made to the Senior
Conservator, Ms Liz Branigan (+44 191 3743201)

Further details and an application form may be obtained from the

    Personnel Office
    University of Durham
    Old Shire Hall
    Durham DH1 3HP
    +44 191 3747258
    Fax: +44191 3747253
    Acad.Recruit [at] durham__ac__uk

Closing date for completed applications is 31 May 2000. Please quote
reference N420D

Liz Branigan
Senior Conservator
Durham University Library
Palace Green
Durham DH1 3RN

                  Conservation DistList Instance 13:56
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Received on Tuesday, 9 May, 2000

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