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Subject: Position at University of Utah

Position at University of Utah

From: Randy Silverman <rsilverm>
Date: Friday, March 29, 2002
Marriott Library
University of Utah
Job  #: YE 11324
Grade:  12

The University of Utah's Marriott Library is seeking an innovative
and productive rare book conservator to join its preservation
program.  Applicants should possess demonstrable expertise in all
aspects of rare book and paper conservation related to treatment of
historically significant printed and manuscript book collections.
The position is responsible for developing and maintaining efficient
protocols for examining, documenting, repairing, and housing book
materials from all historical periods.  The position offers a large
degree of autonomy to candidates interested in developing creative
approaches to conservation problems and training conservation

Applicants should possess excellent dexterity, good communication
skills, a sense of humor, and an interest in working in a
collaborative work environment.  Requirements for the position
include a Bachelors degree or equivalent, and five years of relevant
work experience.  Teaching experience is desirable, and a portfolio,
including a resume listing three professional references, is
strongly recommended for all serious applicants.  40 hours per week
(M-F daytime hours).  Vacation, medical, and retirement benefits.
Entry rate: $40,000-$45,000 depending upon qualifications.

Note: Applications for this position must be submitted through
University Human Resources Administration which is located at 101
Annex Building, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84112.  For
additional information, please contact

    Randy Silverman
    Preservation Librarian
    rsilverm [at] library__utah__edu)

    Nancy Smith


    Kristeen Arnold
    Human Resources 801-581-7707

                  Conservation DistList Instance 15:67
                  Distributed: Tuesday, April 2, 2002
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Received on Friday, 29 March, 2002

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