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Subject: Position at NYU

Position at NYU

From: David G. Epstein <david.epstein>
Date: Thursday, May 31, 2001
Conservation Technician
Collection and Research Services/Preservation
NYU Libraries

Perform a variety of conservation treatments, including cloth, paper
and leather bindings. Identify and document repair needs. Maintain
conservation treatment log, inventory of supplies and a clean work
area. Assist with special projects and handle conservation
functions. Assist with maintaining and updating a variety of files.
Monitor environmental control equipment. Photocopy, collate and Fax:
materials. Pick up and deliver materials, messages, books, etc.
Report to the Conservation Librarian. Qualifications: 1 year book
conservation experience, including knowledge of current book and
paper conservation techniques, preferably in an institutional
library setting. Proficiency using conservation equipment and tools.
A portfolio of completed treatment work is required at time of
interview. Preferred: Familiarity with automated library systems,
bibliographic citations and library experience.

Please forward your resume and cover letter with salary
history/requirements, referencing RR 777-2001 Conservation
Technician in your correspondence to:

    David Epstein, Manager of Human Resources
    New York University Libraries
    70 Washington Square South
    New York, NY 10012
    david.epstein [at] nyu__edu

Centered in the heart of Greenwich Village, New York University is
the nation's largest private university. NYU's Division of Libraries
is dedicated to providing state of the art library and research
services to our faculty and students.

Excellent Benefits include Free NYU Tuition for self and eligible
family members, generous holidays, vacation, health, dental and
pension plans.  NYU appreciates all responses but can only respond
to qualified candidates.

NYU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

David G. Epstein, PHR
Manager of Human Resources
New York University
Division of Libraries, NYU Press, University Archives
212-998-2453
Fax: 212-995-4070


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