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Subject: Position at Mariners' Museum

Position at Mariners' Museum

From: David Krop <dkrop<-at->
Date: Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Assistant Conservator
USS Monitor
The Mariners' Museum

The Mariners' Museum seeks a full time Assistant Conservator for the
USS Monitor Center. The Assistant Conservator identifies and
determines, in consultation with conservators, appropriate methods
to treat and preserve artifacts recovered from the wreck of the USS
Monitor, and treats artifacts as required. This individual works
closely with the conservation staff and other Museum staff to
conserve artifacts and prepare them for exhibition.

A Master's degree in conservation or a related field is required, or
successful completion of degree within 1 year of hiring. Minimum two
years experience in archaeological conservation and artifact
handling; familiarity with marine archaeological materials is
preferred.

For a full job description and requirements, please visit:

    <URL:http://marinersmuseum.org/visitor-information/job-descriptions>

This is a permanent, full time position with excellent benefits.
Position opened until filled; priority consideration will be given
to applications received by August 31, 2012. Please e-mail cover
letter and resume to:

    John Pascucci
    Director, Human Resources
    jpascucci<-at->marinersmuseum<.>org

The Mariners' Museum is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal
Access employer and actively encourages
applications from minorities, women, disabled persons and veterans.


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