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Susan Therese Meiers ST-Meiers at wiu.edu
Mon Jan 14 08:11:17 EST 2002


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THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM , LONDON,
Department of Botany
Assistant Curator - Vascular Plants
Starting salary range £14,562 -£19,817 p.a.
Ref:BOT1

The Natural History Museum, London invites applications to join the team
managing the collections of the Department of Botany . Main
responsibilities will relate to the 3.5 million specimen flowering plant
collections but there will be curatorial duties throughout the herbaria.
Duties will include the conservation and maintenance of the collections,
entering collections information onto databases, assisting scientific
visitors to the flowering plant collections and supporting consultancy work.
A degree in a relevant subject or equivalent experience is essential as is
computer
literacy and a genuine interest in flowering plants.
A diploma or postgraduate qualification in museum studies along with
collections
management experience and an interest in information handling and 
processing
would be advantageous.
The starting salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience.
Benefits include
a non-contributory pension scheme and a generous holiday leave 
entitlement.

For further information and details of how to apply for the post, please
E-mail Amelie Roland-Gosselin  at  A.Roland-Gosselin at nhm.ac.uk

Closing date for post:21st January 2002.

To enquire on the progress of your applications call The Museum 
response
line on 44 (0)20 7410 8458 between 11am -2pm Monday to Friday only.
No telephone requests for details will be accepted.
The Natural History Museum is working towards equal opportunities.

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Susan T. Meiers
Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Western Illinois University
Macomb, IL  61455
office: (309) 298.2008
FAX: (309) 298.2270




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