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Subject: Position at University of Alberta

Position at University of Alberta

From: Shirley Ellis <shirley.ellis>
Date: Wednesday, November 7, 2001
Curatorial Technician
Clothing and Curatorial Technician
Human Ecology
Faculty of Agriculture
Forestry and Home Economics
University of Alberta
Competition Number: 0110FTP1246AN

Posting Date: Thursday, October 04, 2001
Competition Deadline: Friday, November 30, 2001
Position Type: Full Time Continuing
Salary Range:    $3165 - $4037 per month
Pay Grade:    (10)
Hours:    35 per wk

Duties:

    *   Is responsible for the management of the Clothing and
        Textiles Collection

    *   Identifies needs and implements improvements to artifact
        storage facilities in consultation with the curator and the
        conservator

    *   Assists in preparation of grants for special projects in the
        Collection

    *   Acts as a liaison between the department and Museum and
        Collections

    *   Responds to public inquires for information and conducts
        tours of facilities and resources as required

    *   Monitors environmental conditions in the Collection

    *   Maintains database for the Collection

    *   Participates in exhibit preparation and installation of the
        Collection

    *   Assists with public programming and outreach related to the
        Collection

    *   Provides technical support for apparel design courses

    *   Assists with department public relations, outreach and
        special events

    *   Performs other related duties Qualifications:

    *   Degree in Human Ecology, supplemented by specific coursework
        in curatorship, conservation and apparel design; Masters'
        degree in Textiles and Clothing or related discipline
        preferred

    *   Minimum of 3 years of related experience

    *   Knowledge of artifact storage, and an in-depth understanding
        of historical cross-cultural clothing and textiles

    *   Computer proficiency in a Windows environment using MS
        Office software; knowledge of Multimimsy database an asset

    *   Superior public relations, communication and management
        skills

The University of Alberta hires on the basis of merit. We are
committed to the principle of equity in employment. We welcome
diversity and encourage applications from all qualified women and
men, including persons with disabilities, members of visible
minorities, and aboriginal persons. Applications should be forwarded
to:

    Employment Services, Human Resources
    University of Alberta
    2-40 Assiniboia Hall
    Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E7
    <hrs.recruitment [at] hrs__ualberta__ca>
    Competition Number: 0110FTP1246AN

Shirley Ellis, MAC, CAPC


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