Job Opportunity at NEDCC - Book Conservator
NEDCC | Northeast Document Conservation Center is seeking an innovative and 
creative Conservator to join its Book Conservation Lab. The Conservator will 
perform conservation of diverse and unique bound materials including printed 
books and pamphlets, bound manuscripts, scrapbooks, atlases, record books and 
photograph albums. The successful candidate will be joining a team of 
experienced and productive book conservators, and will benefit from working 
alongside imaging specialists and conservators in other specialties dedicated 
to the care of books and collections of significance and value. The Center has 
treated some of the nation's most significant volumes, such as William 
Bradford's manuscript history of the Plymouth Plantation; Meriwether Lewis and 
William Clark's journals of the Corps of Discovery Expedition; and Jacqueline 
Kennedy's White House scrapbooks. See NEDCC Stories for other projects of note:

QUALIFICATIONS: A knowledge of physical, mechanical and chemical nature of 
books and paper as evidenced by graduate degree in conservation or related 
field of study; knowledge of book and paper conservation principles and 
practices; an understanding of preservation principles and their relation to 
treatment options; ability to work independently and collaboratively; ability 
to work in a productive environment; meticulous attention to detail; 
documentation skills; excellent written and oral communication skills; and 
creativity and enthusiasm.  Preferred qualifications:  Demonstrated ability to 
contribute to the profession through teaching, research and/or publication. 

Preliminary questions about the position? Feel free to contact Executive 
Director Bill Veillette, bveillette <at> nedcc<.>org. NEDCC staff will be at 
AIC in the Exhibit Hall if you would like to learn more about employment 
opportunities at NEDCC.  

View the full job description and application instructions: 

NEDCC | Northeast Document Conservation Center  -   
Andover, MA   

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