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Subject: Position at Chicago Historical Society

Position at Chicago Historical Society

From: Joel Thompson <thompson>
Date: Tuesday, July 24, 2001
Chicago Historical Society

Conservator, object or textile, with work experience in both
disciplines. Working closely with the collection management staff,
the conservator will be responsible for proper housing of the 3-D
collection, as well as overseeing all activities of a conservation
laboratory.  Activities include examination of objects for
treatment, loan, research, and exhibition; work with staff,
architects, and consultants to set and monitor environmental,
storage, exhibition, and transit standards.  In addition, s/he will
be part of a team designing a 100,000 square foot collection center
for the 3-D collection.  Applicants should have a Bachelor of Arts
degree, have graduated from a recognized conservation program, three
years post-training experience, excellent written, oral and
interpersonal skills, and creative thinking and problem solving
skills.  Salary is commensurate with experience.  Excellent benefits
will be provided.  Please send letter, resume, and reference to

    Human Resources
    Chicago Historical Society
    1601 Clark Street
    Chicago IL 60614

by September 30.

Please direct questions to:

    Joel Thompson
    Assistant Conservator
    Chicago Historical Society
    thompson [at] chicagohistory__org
    Fax: 312-799-2369

                  Conservation DistList Instance 15:13
                 Distributed: Wednesday, August 1, 2001
                       Message Id: cdl-15-13-012
Received on Tuesday, 24 July, 2001

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