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Position at Smithsonian Institution Libraries

From: Vanessa Haight Smith <haightv<-at->
Date: Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Book Conservator
The Smithsonian Institution Libraries (SIL)

The Smithsonian Institution Libraries (SIL) announces the posting of
a permanent, federal, book conservator position at the GS-09 level
($51,630.00 - $67,114.00).  As the position is U.S.
government-funded, only U.S. citizens may apply.

The book conservator will join a conservation staff of one other
book conservator and two conservation technicians.  As part of the
Preservation Services Department, the conservator will provide
expertise in the areas of conservation treatment of special and
general collections for SIL's 22 libraries located in the Washington
DC metro area, New York, and Panama. The conservator will also
provide support for SIL's extensive exhibition program.

For the complete posting, please see

    <URL:http://www.sihr.si.edu>

    (click on "job opportunities" in the menu on the left and look
    for announcement number 10A-CR-295890-MPA-SIL), and for
    information on the federal hiring process.

Equal Opportunity Employer.
The posting will close on approximately April 1, 2010.

Questions regarding the position may be directed to Vanessa Haight
Smith <haightv<-at->si<.>edu>

Vanessa Haight Smith
Book Conservator
Preservation Services Department
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
MRC 806
PO Box 37012
Washington, DC 20013-7012
301-238-2089
Fax: 301-238-2268


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