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Subject: Internships at Citywide Monuments Conservation Program, New York

Internships at Citywide Monuments Conservation Program, New York

From: Martha Seelenberger <martha.seelenberger<-a>
Date: Tuesday, January 18, 2005
Projects Coordination Intern
Citywide Monuments Conservation Program, New York
Summer 2005

The Citywide Monuments Conservation Program and New York City Parks
and Recreation, Art and Antiquities Department seeks an office
intern to coordinate monuments conservation and maintenance projects
during the 2005 summer season.

This is a seasonal, 40 hour a week paid position, for the dates May
23 through August 26.  The monuments projects coordinator will serve
as a liaison between central office administration and outdoor field
operations, archiving of current projects, and assisting the
scheduling and timekeeping of fellow interns. Responsibilities
include a wide range of administrative duties, research duties and
light bookkeeping. In addition the projects support coordinator will
lend administrative support to the director of arts and antiquities.

Candidates should have excellent administrative skills, writing and
research ability; should be well organized, yet flexible and able to
manage multiple tasks.  Knowledge of sculpture conservation and/or
historic preservation is preferable. This position may be applied
toward college credit.

Please send cover letter and resume ASAP to:

    Ms. Martha Seelenberger
    Monuments Conservator
    NYC Parks and Recreation
    Art and Antiquities/Monuments
    The Arsenal, Central Park
    Room 200
    New York, N. Y.  10021

To fax or e-mail cover letter and resume:

    Attention: Monuments Program
    Fax: 212-360-8288
    martha.seelenberger<-a t->parks< . >nyc< . >gov

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply early.

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:32
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Received on Tuesday, 18 January, 2005

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