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Subject: Position at NYU

Position at NYU

From: William Marcotte <william.marcotte>
Date: Tuesday, October 7, 2003
Conservation Technician
New York University Libraries
Requisition Number: 1870BR

Key Responsibilities: Perform a variety of conservation treatments
to cloth, paper, leather bindings, etc. Fabricate, assemble and
modify textblocks and covers, reback spines. Construct drop spine
boxes and various protective enclosures, mend torn pages, resew and
tip in loose pages. Dry clean, wash, flatten, encapsulate, mend and
mat. Report to the Conservation Librarian.

Qualifications: High School diploma and 1 year book conservation
experience and knowledge of current book and paper conservation
techniques and understanding of basic conservation principles.
Excellent communication and decision-making skills. Proficiency
using conservation equipment and tools. A portfolio of completed
treatment work is required at time of interview. Ability to work
independently. Experience working in an institutional library
setting preferred.

Benefits/Salary: Excellent benefits after 3 months' employment,
including full medical, dental, health for self and eligible family
members, tuition remission for self and eligible family members,
pension, supplemental tax-deferred annuity plan, paid
vacation/sick/holidays, etc.  The salary is fixed at $33,878 per
annum.  The position is covered under a collective bargaining
agreement and the incumbent will be required to join the union or
pay an equivalent agency fee within 31 days of employment as a
condition of employment.

To Apply: Applications will *only* be accepted through our on-line
web portal, MATCH.  No e-mailed, paper, or Fax: ed resumes will be
accepted.  To apply, please complete an on-line application at
<URL:> and using requisition number
1870 under "keyword."

New York University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action

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