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Subject: Position at Image Permanence Institute

Position at Image Permanence Institute

From: Douglas W. Nishimura <dwnpph<-at->
Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Research Scientist
Image Permanence Institute

The Image Permanence Institute (IPI), a recognized leader in the
development and deployment of sustainable practices for the
preservation of images and cultural property, is seeking a Research
Scientist to join their staff. The candidate should demonstrate
experience in science through their education, employment and
publication history. The candidate must be willing to support IPI's
mission of developing the knowledge, tools, and technology necessary
to address broad issues of preservation that meet the needs of
diverse cultural heritage institutions.

The Research Scientist will be responsible for designing and
implementing scientific experiments on the preservation of cultural
materials, preparation of educational tools and publications for the
preservation field, developing grant applications and writing grant
reports, and sharing scientific expertise (physical, chemical and
optical properties) with other IPI researchers.  Candidates must
have a Masters or PhD in chemistry, materials science, color
science, physics, engineering or equivalent with a minimum of three
years experience working in a scientific laboratory. Museum,
library, or archive work experience preferred, along with an
interest in the preservation of imaging and other cultural
materials. The ideal candidate will have teaching, presentation, and
technical and grant writing experience.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and
level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be
construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and
skills required.

IPI is a nonprofit, university-based laboratory devoted to
preservation research. IPI was founded in 1985 through the combined
efforts and sponsorship of the Rochester Institute of Technology and
the Society for Imaging Science and Technology. Funding for IPI's
preservation research and outreach efforts has come primarily from
the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Institute of Museum
and Library Services, and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. IPI
provides information, consulting services, practical tools, and
preservation technology to libraries, archives, and museums
worldwide. The imaging and consumer preservation industries also use
IPI's consulting, testing, and educational services. IPI is part of
the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences at the Rochester Institute
of Technology.

To view the full job description and to be considered for this
position, apply at:

    <URL:http://careers.rit.edu/staff/>
    click on "Search Openings"
    Enter "348BR" in the keyword search

Douglas Nishimura
Image Permanence Institute
Rochester Institute of Technology


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