Fwd: Vertebrate Zoology Collection Manager

Susan Therese Meiers ST-Meiers at wiu.edu
Mon Sep 29 03:44:40 EST 2003

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Second Posting  (first posted 19 June 2003):

>University of Colorado Museum, Boulder, Colorado
>The University of Colorado Museum (CU Museum) is a world-class natural
>history museum nestled against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in
>Boulder, Colorado. The CU Museum has an extensive Vertebrate Zoology
>collection and we are looking for a collections manager to guide the
>continued growth and management of the collections. Strengths of the
>collection include extensive herpetological and mammal material from the
>Rocky Mountains and adjacent plains.
>Job Classification:  Professional Exempt
>Minimum Qualifications:
>Masters degree in relevant field (Biology, Zoology, Museum and Field
>Studies) or equivalent experience and education is required. Prior
>experience in collection management (or closely related work) is not
>required but will be given high priority. Prior supervisory experience
>Duties Include:
>Assists curator(s) in the management of zoological collections including
>specimen preparation, cataloguing and database management; systematic
>arrangement and storage; conservation; routine collections tasks (i.e.,
>sectional correspondence, assistance to visitors, response to requests for
>information, and processing of loans); museum and local community service
>(such as general inquiries and collection tours); training and supervision
>of students and volunteers.
>Salary: $28,500 per year at 75% time (30 hrs./week)
>To Apply: Send curriculum vitae, letter of interest and three letters of
>recommendation to Dr. Rob Guralnick, Curator of Zoology, CU Museum of
>Natural History, 265 UCB, Boulder, Colorado, 80309-0265.
>Review of applications will begin November 15, 2003.
>CU Museum of Natural History: http://cumuseum.colorado.edu/
>CU Museum: Zoology Section: http://cumuseum.colorado.edu/Research/Zoology/
>The University of Colorado is committed to diversity and equality in
>education and employment.

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