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Subject: Position at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Natural History Museum

Position at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Natural History Museum

From: David Harvey <top10denverdave>
Date: Thursday, October 23, 2003
I am posting this announcement on behalf of a colleague

    Curator/Archivist II (To Serve as Conservator)
    Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
    Norman OK
    Job requisition #10-020N.
    Salary range: $29,700-$52,100.

    The Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History (SNOMNH) seeks
    a conservator to join its growing professional staff. Housed in
    a new 195,000-square-foot-facility, the museum serves as both
    the state museum of natural history and as one of two campus
    museums at Oklahoma's flagship research university. Numbering
    over 5 million specimens, the museum's collections span the
    fields of archaeology, ethnography, paleontology, and zoology.
    One of the nation's largest university museums, SNOMNH's
    research activities are worldwide in scope and the museum has an
    active program of exhibition, educational outreach, and public
    programming. Interested candidates may learn more about the
    museum at <URL:> and the University of
    Oklahoma (OU) at <URL:>.

    Reporting to the associate director of collections and research,
    the conservator will coordinate conservation activities across
    the museum's 13 curatorial divisions, as well as its exhibitions
    program. We seek an energetic museum professional who has
    completed graduate training in a recognized conservation program
    and who is prepared to inaugurate a new conservation program
    within a multidisciplinary natural history museum context.
    Candidates should possess generalist training or a background in
    conservation specialties appropriate to the museum's
    collections. Hiring is contingent upon background check. Salary
    and benefits are competitive, and the Norman-Oklahoma City area
    offers an excellent quality of life.

    Applicants must submit an OU job application to:

        Office of Human Resources
        905 Asp Ave., Rm. 205
        Norman OK 73019

    Refer to job requisition #10-020N in all correspondence.

    With this application, also send a resume, three letters of
    reference, and a cover letter addressing training and experience
    as they relate to natural history collections. Position open
    until filled. For further information on this or other OU job
    opportunities, please call 405/325-1826, TDD 405/325-5529, or
    see <URL:>. Materials submitted in
    application for position(s) become the property of OU. Deadlines
    are subject to change without notice. OU is an equal
    opportunity, affirmative action employer. We encourage women and
    minorities to apply. Review of applicants will begin Dec. 8,
    2003, and continue until the position is filled.

David Harvey
2930 South Birch Street
Denver, CO  80222

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