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Subject: Position at National Task Force on Emergency Response

Position at National Task Force on Emergency Response

From: Cindy Olsen <colsen>
Date: Friday, July 13, 2001
Program Assistant, 20 hours/week
National Task Force on Emergency Response
Position available July 23, 2001

The National Task Force on Emergency Response is a partnership of 30
government agencies and national associations. It provides
information and assistance to cultural institutions and the public
in times of disaster. The Task Force is headquartered at Heritage
Preservation, a national nonprofit organization advocating the
proper care of our cultural heritage. The staff is bright and
congenial, and the office is in a convenient downtown location. The
hours for the job will be regular, but flexible. More information on
the Task Force and Heritage Preservation is available at

Primary Responsibilities:

    *   Emergency Response and Salvage Wheel: Managing the database,
        processing orders and payments, and marketing this highly
        successful information tool.

    *   Spanish-Language Wheel Project. Helping to implement the
        final phases of this new project, including production
        assistance, distribution, and nationwide publicity.

    *   Flood/Hurricane Information Packets. Maintaining and mailing
        response and recovery materials to archives, libraries,
        museums and historic sites in areas affected by major

    *   Grant-writing. Assisting the Task Force director in the
        development of funding proposals and grant reports.

    *   Public relations. Responding to general information requests
        and preparing news briefs for Task Force members.

    *   Administration. Maintaining resource materials and project
        files. Providing scheduling and logistical support for
        occasional task force meetings.

Qualifications: A relevant B.A. degree and some office experience
are required. The Program Assistant should be well organized and
able to work independently. Strong interpersonal and communications
skills are a must. Knowledge of Filemaker Pro is a plus. How to
Apply: Application is by resume with cover letter describing
relevant skills, experience and interest. Mail or Fax: application
by August 15, 2001 to

    Jane S. Long, Director
    National Task Force on Emergency Response
    1730 K Street, NW, Suite 566
    Washington DC 20006
    Fax: 202-634-1435.


Cindy Olsen
Program Assistant,
National Task Force on Emergency Response and Conservation
    Assessment Program (CAP)
1730 K St., NW, Suite 566
Washington, DC  20006

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