viernes, junio 06, 2014

Puesto de trabajo de conservador de paleontología en el Natural History Museum of Los Angeles

 Por Paleonet nos ha llegado esta información:

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County invites applications
for the position of Collections Manager OR Assistant Collections Manager
(depending on experience) for our extensive Invertebrate Paleontology
Collections. This position will complement existing staff and requires
excellent organization and communication skills.

The successful individual has primary responsibility for the day-to-day
care of the Invertebrate Paleontology collections, which includes
processing accessions, all incoming and outgoing specimens and loans,
and participating in collecting, preserving, documenting, sorting,
identifying and maintaining collections. This position also serves as
the liaison between curatorial staff, Conservation, and the Registrar.
In coordination with the educational and exhibit staff of the Museum,
this individual is expected to contribute to the science communication
mission of the institution. We seek an individual with extensive
experience with paleo-invertebrates. The applicant should have a M.S. or
B.S. degree in Invertebrate Paleontology or related field and preferably
knowledge of, and experience with, contemporary museum collection
management and specimen conservation techniques.

Learn more about the Museum by visiting http://www.nhm.org.

This position is full-time with benefits and is available immediately.

Please send your curriculum vitae, name and contact information for
three referees, and a cover letter that describes your curatorial
experience to: Regina Wetzer, PhD. Associate Curator and Director Marine Biodiversity Center Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County 900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90007 rwetzer@nhm.org