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Positions at Bodleian Library

From: Sarah Bysouth <sarah.bysouth>
Date: Thursday, September 11, 2003
Principal Conservation Assistants
Oxford University Library Services

    Principal Conservation Assistant
    Oxford University Library Services
    Maps/large format/art on paper
    Technician Grade E:  Salary UKP18,409 - UKP20,755

        Applications are invited for  a paper conservation post
        within the Department of Preservation and Collections Care
        for Oxford University Library Services. The post is a
        permanent, full-time position.

        The successful candidate will primarily be responsible for
        the care and conservation of the significant map collections
        (approximately 60% of time). Other work will include the
        conservation of large format material, art on paper, and
        acting as Duty Conservator as part of the Conservation team.
        Reporting to the Head of the Conservation Workshop, the
        post-holder will work closely with the map librarian and
        relevant curatorial staff.

        The post is open to anyone with a recognized qualification
        in paper conservation, or who has at least two years
        experience in the field. Previous experience in the
        conservation and preservation of maps, large format material
        or art on paper, would be an advantage. Professional
        accreditation is desirable but not essential.

        The closing date for completed application forms is
        September 26, 2003. When applying please quote Ref. BL3037

    Oxford University Library Services
    Principal Conservation Assistant
    Exhibitions and Loans
    Technician Grade E:
    Salary: UKP18,409-UKP20,755 (to be confirmed)

        Applications are invited for a conservator specialising in
        exhibitions and loans within the Department of Preservation
        and Collections Care for Oxford University Library Services.
        The post is a permanent, full-time position.

        The successful candidate will support the Exhibitions and
        Loans Officer in the management  and delivery of the
        exhibitions and loans programme, and help to maintain and
        develop Oxford University Library Services as a centre of
        excellence in this field. The role will include all aspects
        of design, selection and installation of internal displays,
        conservation and mounting of exhibition items, couriering
        and installation at venues in the UK and overseas, and
        instruction and training of librarians and colleagues in
        exhibition techniques and loan management. The post reports
        to the Exhibitions and Loans Officer.

        The position is open to anyone with a recognised
        qualification in paper or book conservation (or equivalent
        relevant work experience) and at least a further two years
        relevant work in this field. Previous experience with the
        preservation and conservation aspects of exhibitions and
        loans would be an advantage. Professional accreditation is
        desirable, but not essential.

        The closing date for completed application forms is
        September 2003.  When applying please quote Ref. BL3048

Further particulars and application forms are obtainable from the

    Personnel Section
    Bodleian Library
    Broad Street
    Oxford OX1 3BG
    +44 1865 287140
    Fax: +44 1865 277193
    personnel [at] bodley__ox__ac__uk

Sarah Bysouth
Personnel Administrator
OULS Personnel Section
Bodleian Library
+44 1865 277170
Fax: +44 1865 277193


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