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Position at the University of Southampton

From: Anne-Marie Steel <ams3>
Date: Thursday, July 16, 1998
Assistant Librarian (Preservation)
Hartley Library, Special Collections Division
University of Southampton

Applications are invited for the post of Assistant Librarian
(Preservation) in the Special Collections Division.  Applicants
should possess a professional qualification in conservation, as well
as experience of substantial utility to the Division's holdings,
which are largely of nineteenth- and twentieth-century papers.  The
successful candidate will also have the potential to make a
significant contribution to the development of techniques of
preservation.  The post is available full-time until 31 July 1999.

Salary will be in the range 15,462-23,241 pounds sterling per annum
on the Senior Library Staff 1/2 Grade.

Further particulars are available from the

    Personnel Department (L)
    University of Southampton
    Highfield
    Southampton  SO17  1BJ
    United Kingdom
    +44 1703 592750
    Fax: +44 1703 593833

to whom a full curriculum vitae (3 copies from UK applicants and 1
from overseas), including the names, addresses and fax numbers of
two referees should be sent no later than 31 July 1998. Please quote
reference number L/622.  Interviews will be held on 20 August.

This advertisement is addressed to those who do not need a work
permit for employment in the United Kingdom.

Anne-Marrie Steel
Hartley Library
University of Southampton

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