Bookbinder Job Description Sample
Track & Field Work Assistant
Posting Number Stu00329P Classification Title Position Type Student Disclaimer
Liberty University's hiring practices and EEO Statement are fully in compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law creates an exception to the "religion" component of the employment discrimination laws for religious organizations (including educational institutions), and permits them to give employment preference to members of their own religion. Liberty University is in that category.
Position Title Track & Field Work Assistant Does this position require driving? No Contact Ashley Bookbinder Contact Phone Ext 582-2135 Contact Email email@example.com Job Summary/Basic Function
Assist with daily operations of the track & field program
High School diploma; experience in customer service, ability to multi-task, high energy, and proficient in all Microsoft Office programs. Ability to work some evenings and weekends.
Previous track and field experience
18-20; Variable as needed – evenings and weekends likely.
The Book Conservator is responsible for assessing, documenting, stabilizing, and treating for a broad range of Western and Islamic rare books, maps, documents, photographic material, and three-dimensional objects. By virtue of advanced knowledge of book conservation, paper history and chemistry, and related printing and manuscript technologies, performs repairs in accordance with standards of practice for a wide range of library material.
Uses photographic equipment to record condition or treatment of individual artifacts, a binocular microscope for examination, various mechanical devices such as a suction table for treatment of paper artifacts, and is familiar with washing, alkalization, sizing, aqueous and non-aqueous paper repair options, and the range of historic Western and Islamic bookbinding options. Designs and constructs custom-fitted protective enclosures. Supervises the work of conservation technicians, interns and volunteers.
Maintains lab equipment, inventories of materials and supplies, and budgets. Serves as a member of the University’s Collections Emergency Response Team. The position reports to the Head of Preservation.
This is a .75 FTE position (30 hours per week).
Under the direction of the Assistant Chief Conservator, performs a variety of tasks related to the conservation of books and other library materials from Yale's general, circulating, rare, and special collections. This position's primary assignment will be collections conservation and housing with secondary assignments from special collections conservation and/or exhibition production support.
Carries out treatments on library materials in accordance with accepted standards for conservation practice; gives time estimates, and documents treatments performed. Handles intermediate to complex conservation tasks that require knowledge and expertise in multiple techniques and tools and uses skills and abilities to adapt techniques and knowledge to solve unique problems.
Treatments applied in combination include, but are not limited to, conservation rebinding, rebacking and board reattachment; surface cleaning; aqueous treatment; mending and/or lining; tape and adhesive removal. Uses a variety of simple, visual examination techniques and equipment such as a microscope and ultraviolet illumination to describe the materials, construction and condition of cultural property. Designs and makes complex, custom-fit enclosures for fragile objects using supplied materials.
These may include custom 4-flap, clamshell or 2-piece boxes, which can be made by hand or using a Kasemake automated box-making system and its unique software. Tracks incoming and outgoing collection items for the unit. Fields questions from Library staff about individual items, and ensures that recall and rush requests are filled in a timely manner.
Assists conservators with outreach activities and the training of student assistants. May assist with surveys noting general conditions of cultural property. Assists with laboratory maintenance, supply inventories, and restocking; prepares solutions and other stock treatment essentials (e.g., paste, adhesives); cleans and maintains equipment; participates in laboratory safety training.
Tracks personal work statistics via electronic spreadsheets and databases. Selects and uses appropriate specialized tools and equipment appropriate for the treatment task; this includes but is not limited to hand tools, book presses, board shears, guillotine, ultrasonic welder, board creaser, suction table and suction disc. As needed, assists in the preparation and installation of library materials for exhibition.
Maintains awareness of current bookbinding and conservation techniques by reading and attending lectures/workshops. Assists with disaster recovery operations following standard recovery procedures. Performs other duties as assigned.
Machine Operator - Folder (1St Shift)
Corporate Graphics Commercial is seeking a new folder operator to join our growing production team. We have current openings for machine operators on our 1st shift.
You will operate a folder producing paper products according to job ticket specifications. You are responsible to approve or disapprove of the quality of finished jobs completed in the bindery and bookbinding departments.
Shift is Monday through Friday; 6:00AM-2:30 PM. Overtime opportunities available!
Have good attention to detail.
Have the ability to train on bindery equipment including folders and collators in order to assist other bindery personnel with completion of jobs.
Lift boxes and materials. Must have the ability to lift 40 Lbs. on a regular basis.
Production Experience Preferred
Mechanical Ability Preferred
How to apply
This position is located at our office in North Mankato, Minnesota. If you meet the above requirements, please click on the apply button.
You will then be asked to complete our application process, which will be provided to our hiring team for review. Only candidates who most closely match the requirements will be contacted. EOE
About Our Company
We offer an attractive compensation package, including a competitive base salary, and a competitive benefit package including health, dental & vision insurance, 401K plan, profit sharing, PTO (paid time off) and Holiday Pay.
The history of Corporate Graphics Commercial dates back to 1989 when we began operations in our current location. Through the succeeding years, CGC has grown to become one of the region's premier commercial printers by offering creative, high-quality solutions for a wide variety of clients.
The growth of CGC can be directly attributed to our "customer-focused" approach and the support of our parent company, Taylor Corporation. We have assembled a well-rounded team of seasoned professionals who can quickly and effectively respond to any situation or problem. The efforts of our employees are enhanced by the latest technology and equipment.
Every person on our staff is committed to providing good customer service and to producing high-quality products and services.
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