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Subject: Position at Nebraska State Historical Society

Position at Nebraska State Historical Society

From: Lisa Metzger Grotrian <grotrian>
Date: Thursday, March 22, 2007
Assistant Conservator
Objects Conservation
Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center
Nebraska State Historical Society

The Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center of the Nebraska State
Historical Society is offering an 11-1-2 month position for an
assistant conservator/post-graduate conservation intern in objects
conservation.  This position will begin in the fall of 2007.  The
position is full time and the salary range is $32-$38,000.  Health
benefits and an educational travel allowance will be provided.  The
position has the potential to be extended beyond the first term of
employment.  The position will focus on treatment of a variety of
objects from multiple institutions in the region.

Candidates must have completed a graduate level course of study in
conservation, or should have completed the equivalent level and
amount of training and should have completed a least one-year of
experience in an objects conservation laboratory prior to
application.  The position requires excellent interpersonal and
writing skills as well as strong organizational skills and the
ability to work in a team-oriented environment.  The applicant
should be capable of designing, documenting, and implementing
courses of treatment and have excellent hand and eye skills.

For more information please contact Deborah Long or Julie Reilly at
402-595-1180.  Formal application is through
<URL:>.  A courtesy copy of the applicant's
resume should be sent to

    Julie A. Reilly
    1326 South 32nd Street
    Omaha NE 68105
    jreilly [at] nebraskahistory__org

Lisa Grotrian
Administrative Assistant
Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center
1326 South 32nd Street
Omaha, NE   68105
Fax: 402-595-1178

                  Conservation DistList Instance 20:46
                  Distributed: Friday, March 23, 2007
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Received on Thursday, 22 March, 2007

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