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Subject: Position at Yukon Department of Tourism

Position at Yukon Department of Tourism

From: Diana Komejan <diana.komejan>
Date: Friday, June 9, 2000
Department of Tourism
Government of Yukon
Competition No:  00-SS15-01
Review Date-  July 14, 2000

Salary:  $50,938 TO $58,809 per annum

Reporting to the Museums Advisor, this position is responsible for
providing conservation treatment of Government, First Nation and
Museum owned artifacts; providing conservation advice/training to
museums, First Nations, Yukon Government agencies, and individuals;
developing conservation, security, emergency disaster plans,
standards and strategies for government and museum owned artifact
collections; and other related duties.  Candidates require a
graduate degree or diploma in a recognized conservation training
program or the equivalent, along with the ability to work in a
museum or institution in a conservation environment with extensive
verifiable conservation experience with the techniques, materials,
and equipment used to treat mixed artifact collections; and the
ability to work independently and to work in field situations with
Archaeologists and Paleontologists.

Licenses and certificates: Canadian Association of Professional
Conservators Certification would be an asset.

Conditions of Employment: Valid Yukon Class 5 driver's license,
Firearms Acquisition Certificate or ability to acquire both within
six months of hire.

The Yukon Government is committed to employment equity.  Candidates'
applications/resumes should clearly demonstrate their related
qualifications, since selection for further consideration will be
based on the information provided.  Statements of qualifications and
job descriptions are available upon request.

The Yukon Government provides relocation assistance and a
competitive benefits package.  Persons who live and work in the
north are entitled to significant tax incentives.  French First
Language and French Immersion school programs are available.

We thank all those who apply and advise that only those selected for
further consideration will be contacted. Please apply to:

    The Yukon Government
    Public Service Commission
    PO Box 2700
    2071 - 2nd Ave
    Whitehorse, Yukon
    Canada Y1A 2C6
    Fax: 867-667-5755

                  Conservation DistList Instance 14:1
                   Distributed: Monday, June 19, 2000
                        Message Id: cdl-14-1-040
Received on Friday, 9 June, 2000

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