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Subject: Position at the Natural History Museum, London

Position at the Natural History Museum, London

From: Sarah Jordan <s.jordan>
Date: Friday, January 27, 2006
Paper Conservator
Library and Information Services
The Natural History Museum
Permanent, Full Time
Salary UKP25,000 - UKP30,000 according to experience

An experienced and creatively minded paper conservator is required
to lead and manage the museum's strategy for preserving and
conserving its pre-eminent Library and Archives Collection.  Working
closely with the Collection Management Librarian and other
specialist staff you will help set and maintain collection care
standards through policy development and practical training.  You
will advise on and carry out appropriate conservation activities and
manage the work of freelance conservators and related specialists.
You will also participate in a busy programme of loans to

You will have at least five years post qualification experience,
ideally within a library, archive or museum environment.  In
addition to possessing excellent professional skills you will be a
good communicator and you must enjoy training and developing others
in good preservation and handling practice.  The post requires
leadership and also empathy with the needs of the many different
users whose work relies on the collections.

If you would like to informally discuss the post please contact

    Christopher Mills
    Head of Collections and Services, Library and Information
    +44 20 7942 5574

For further information and details of how to apply, please send an
A5 SAE (1st class) to

    The Natural History Museum
    c/o Tribal Resourcing
    The Atrium
    Wollaton Street
    Nottingham NG1 5FW
    nhm [at] tribalresourcing__com

Please quote reference: NHM/PC/SJ Closing date: 8 February 2006

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