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Position at University of Dundee

From: Lorraine Martin <l.y.martin>
Date: Monday, November 17, 2003
Book Conservator
Library Conservation Unit
University of Dundee
Academic Related Scale Grade 1
(ALC 1 UKP18,265 - UKP23,296)

The Library Conservation Unit is a regional centre for paper-based
materials and is housed in a  purpose-built studio.  This full-time
post offers a stimulating opportunity to work on significant
collections of rare books from a huge range of sources.  There are
also opportunities for supervising conservation interns.  The
appointed conservator will join the existing staff of paper
conservators working in a dynamic and friendly atmosphere.

Minimum requirements for applicants are a qualification in book or
paper conservation, together with a demonstrated ability in the
conservation of rare books. PACR accreditation is desirable.
Self-motivation and enthusiasm are essential. The post is for one
year in the first instance.

Informal enquiries about the post can be made to the
Chief Conservator:

    Ms Ylva Player-Dahnsjo
    +44 1382-344094
    y.m.t.playerdahnsjo [at] dundee__ac__uk

To request an Application Pack, contact

    Personnel Services
    University of Dundee
    Dundee DD1 4HN
    Scotland, UK
    +44 1382 344817 (answering machine)
    personnel [at] dundee__ac__uk

Email applications/CVs not accepted. Please quote Reference No

Applications should be received by Monday December 1, 2003

The University of Dundee is committed to equal opportunities and
welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

Lorraine Martin
Personnel Assistant
Personnel Services
University of Dundee DD1 4HN
+44 1382 345589

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