Conservator

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Texas A&M University Libraries seeks a creative, energetic, and dynamic professional to join the Texas A&M University Libraries as a Conservator.  This clinical-track academic appointment carries a full faculty status with responsibilities including professional service to meet both the Libraries' and the University's requirements for promotion.                                 
The Conservator is responsible for the management of the Texas A&M University Libraries conservation program for both special collections/archives and general collections under the direction of the Preservation Librarian.   Duties will include aiding in the staffing, space, equipment, and supply needs for a new conservation lab/preservation facility.   The Conservator will perform conservation treatments on collection materials and prepare materials for digitization and exhibits, make treatment decisions and prioritizations, and develop workflows for the delivery of materials to and from the conservation lab.  The Conservator will educate on and raise awareness of conservation issues and concerns with the Libraries' faculty and staff as well as work with the Preservation Librarian on outreach to the campus and community. The individual will participate in committees, including the University Libraries disaster recovery team, and administrative groups, as appropriate.
For more information and instructions on how to apply, please visit: http://library.tamu.edu/about/employment/faculty-positions

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