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Subject: Position at NYU

Position at NYU

From: Laura McCann <laura.mccann>
Date: Tuesday, June 27, 2006
New York University
Conservation Technician
Division of Libraries - Preservation

The Division of Libraries at New York University (NYU) seeks a
Conservation Technician to perform a variety of conservation
treatments, including cloth, paper and leather bindings. Identify
and document repair needs. Maintain conservation treatment log,
inventory of supplies and a clean work area. Assist with special
projects and handle conservation functions. Assist with maintaining
and updating a variety of files. Monitor environmental control
equipment. Photocopy, collate and Fax: materials. Pick up and
deliver materials, messages, books, etc. Report to the Conservation
Librarian.

Qualifications: 1 year of book conservation experience, including
knowledge of current book and paper conservation techniques,
preferably in an institutional library setting. Proficiency using
conservation equipment and tools. A portfolio of completed treatment
work is required at time of interview. Preferred: Familiarity with
automated library systems, bibliographic citations and library
experience.

To apply for this position, visit our website at:
<URL:http://www.nyu.edu/hr/jobs/apply>. At this page click on
"External Applicants" then "Search Openings." Type 4737BR in the
"Keyword Search" field.  NYU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer.

Please note that this is a new posting. If you applied for the
previously listed position and wish to be considered for this
position, please resubmit your application using the new reference
number 4737BR.


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