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Subject: Position at NARA

Position at NARA

From: Marta G. O'Neill <marta.oneill>
Date: Wednesday, August 1, 2007
Preservation Specialist (GS-1001-9)
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)

Serves as an assistant to the Supervisory Preservation Specialist,
and is responsible for leading a full range of projects relating to
the preservation of primarily paper-based archival records. Proposes
appropriate preservation and holdings maintenance procedures;
executes treatments including analyzing solvent interaction and the
condition of pigments, media, supports, etc as well as performing
consolidation or stabilization of media, aqueous and non-aqueous
treatments, leaf casting, pulp mending, encapsulation, and
matting/display/storage of original documents; provides technical
guidance to lower-graded employees; makes daily work assignments and
schedules; maintains databases documenting project progress, and
prepares statistical reports or written and photographic
documentation of treatments; also assists with teaching; public
outreach, exhibits and tours; disaster recovery and IPM; maintaining
and ordering supplies or equipment; and planning for a facility move
(ca. 2009).

Job announcement number: N 07-160
Application process: <URL:>

Location:  St. Louis (National Personnel Records Ctr., Archival
Programs Division)

Salary range:  $43,731.00 - $56,849.00

Application information:  Sharon Brown 314-801-0856
Position duties information:  Marta O'Neill 314-801-0907

Marta G. O'Neill
Preservation Officer
Preservation Branch, Archival Programs Division
National Personnel Records Center
9700 Page Avenue, Rm. 1060
Fax: 314-801-0923

                  Conservation DistList Instance 21:18
                 Distributed: Wednesday, August 1, 2007
                       Message Id: cdl-21-18-030
Received on Wednesday, 1 August, 2007

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