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Subject: Position at NYU

Position at NYU

From: Laura McCann <laura.mccann>
Date: Thursday, August 24, 2006
Conservation Technician
Division of Libraries - Preservation
New York University

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

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

The salary for the Conservation Technician position as of September
4, 2006 is $37,648. NYU offers a superior benefit package, which
includes free tuition for self and eligible family members, generous
vacation, medical, dental, and pension plans.

For more information about working at NYU and to apply to this
position, see

(See also

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When asked, "How were you referred to NYU?" please select N2.
Applicants should submit resume and cover letter, which reflect how
the applicant's education and experience match the job requirements.
We accept online applications only.  NYU is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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