Conservator Artifacts Job Description Sample
The Assistant/Associate Conservator will carry out conservation treatment to artifacts for inclusion in the renovated Northwest Coast Hall of the Museum.
The Assistant/Associate Conservator will examine, document and treat objects from Anthropology collection for inclusion in renovated Hall of Northwest Coast Peoples, as well as to carry out routine lab procedures.
Assistant Conservator (Hall Of Native North America)
The Field Museum seeks to hire an Assistant Conservator full-time to participate on the conservation team dedicated to the transformation of the Museum's 60-year old Hall of Native North America into a new exhibition experience. A generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and an individual donation will contribute to the conservation of the Museum's significant Native North American collections and engage in collaborations with descendant communities in the development of the new exhibition.
Tentatively scheduled to open in 2021, Native American Journeys is central to the Museum's current strategic plan. The Field Museum's Native North American collection of approximately 770,000 artifacts ranks among the largest and most comprehensive in the world. The project is expected to involve two major conservation stages: (1) the deinstallation, documentation, and care of objects currently on view that will return to collections storage and (2) the documentation, stabilization, and treatment preparation of objects that will go on exhibition in the new galleries. A wide range of artifact material composition includes skin, textile, beadwork, quill work, feathers, metals, ceramics, wood, and plant fiber. The Assistant Conservator will report to the Head of Conservation. This is a term position that comes with competitive salary and excellent benefits.
This is a term position (until June 2021, with possibility of extension). Applicants of Native American heritage are encouraged to apply.
To apply for the position, interested candidates should submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae on the Museum's website. Questions about the position may be directed to Stephanie Hornbeck, Head of Conservation, at email@example.com. The deadline for application is April 6, 2018.
Duties and Responsibilities
In consultation with the Head of Conservation and Associate Conservator, undertake condition assessment and treatment of objects.
Oversee and execute conservation photographic documentation for the project. Document work with written reports, digital photographs, and additional imaging and analytical techniques, as relevant.
Provide consultation for mounts and artifact housing.Share knowledge and research findings in professional publications and conferences, as well as in Museum tours and programs.
Work will involve collaboration with Native community representatives to understand methods of manufacture and desired traditional care of artifacts and to share museum practices.
A Master's degree in conservation, specializing in objects or textiles, from an accredited graduate conservation program is preferred. Candidates with demonstrable comparable experience will be considered.
A minimum of one year of post-graduate professional conservation experience is desired.
An understanding of, and competency in, conservation methods, techniques, and ethical practices particular to the care of anthropological collections.
Experience working with Native North American material culture is desired.
Interest in and experience with native consultation is desired.
A working knowledge of conservation laboratory setting.
Excellent written and spoken communication skills.
The ability to collaborate effectively in a team environment with other conservators, collections staff, and museum colleagues.
Knowledge of standard conservation imaging techniques, office software and collection management databases (in particular KE-EMu).
Plastics Pioneers Curator Of Plastics And Historical Artifacts (Assistant Librarian)
The Libraries at Syracuse University is seeking to hire a Plastics Pioneers Curator of Plastics and Historical Artifacts to promote, photograph, and provide curatorial guidance for the Special Collections Research Center's world-class plastics and historical artifacts collections. Encompassing over 2,500 objects the collection encompasses both the aesthetic and environmental impact of plastics as well as patents, trade journals, and the cutting-edge research in plastics recycling solutions and waste reduction.
Working closely with the Chief Curator, the Curator of Plastics and Historical Artifacts facilitates the use of the collections through hands-on instructional sessions, exhibitions, public programs, and the ongoing improvement of the Plastics Collection website.
This position is funded in part by the Plastics Pioneers endowment and the Antique Comb Collection endowment.
Conservator - Bollinger Conservation Fellow, Paper Lab
Hiring department Humanities Rsch Ctr
Monthly salary $3,583
Hours per week 40.00 Standard from 800AM to 500PM
Posting number 18-01-25-01-0621
Job Status Open
FLSA status Exempt
Earliest Start Date 09/03/2018
Position Duration Terminates on 08/31/2019
Position open to all applicants
Location Austin (main campus)
Number of vacancies 1
This is a temporary one year, full-time position, with a possible three month extension. It includes the posted salary plus up to 2,500 USD in support for travel to professional meetings. The Harry Ransom Center welcomes qualified candidates who can demonstrate a commitment to diversity.
Required Application Materials
- A Resume is required in order to apply
- A Letter of Interest is required in order to apply.
- A List of 3 References is required in order to apply.
To perform examinations, treatments, and related historical and/or technical research on paper holdings; participate in activities relating to preventive care of the collections, and professional and public engagement.
Perform the full spectrum of paper conservation treatment activities including written and photographic documentation; identification of historical materials, structures, and their condition; technical research if needed; dialog with curators about treatment choices; and, the completion of minor and complex single item treatments and housings. Undertake a research project based on the Ransom Center's holdings that will result in a formal publication and/or conference presentation and social media postings.
Undertake treatment projects in the book and photograph laboratories. Plan a manuscripts or art on paper collection re-housing project.
Other related functions as assigned.
Master's of Arts or Science degree in art conservation or Master's degree in art or art history plus a certificate of advanced study in conservation. Must have received Master's degree in 2016 or after.
Experience should be primarily in paper conservation. Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to conduct research and to write for presentation and publication.
Uniforms and/or personal protection equipment (furnished) May work in extreme temperatures May work around chemical fumes May work around standard office conditions May work around chemicals May work around electrical and mechanical hazards Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation Use of manual dexterity Lifting and moving Use of conservation tools, equipment, and instruments including sharp objects such as scalpels and board shears, fume hoods, and suction devices. Use of solvents and other chemicals used in conservation treatment. Work around mold and dust.
Special Conservator Of The Peace (Scop) (Non-Exempt)
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts seeks enthusiastic, motivated individuals to join a team of Sworn Peace Officers. This team will ensure the museum is a safe environment for a variety of art related events and exhibitions by patrolling the museum property and grounds, enforcing rules and regulations, assisting visitors and employees, reporting potential hazards and suspicious activities and responding to emergency situations.
Officers will also assist with investigations, secure evidence, and complete logs and other records. As Special Conservators of the Peace, Officers will carry weapons and exercise general police powers as appropriate. The museum offers flexible scheduling options to accommodate day, weekend and evening schedules.
Successful candidates will have knowledge of applicable laws, rules and regulations pertaining to the responsibilities and professional conduct of sworn, armed Special Conservators of the Peace and the methods used in accident and claims investigations. Officers must demonstrate the ability to exercise independent judgment, prepare complete and effective reports, and communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing.
Strong customer service skills are essential. Officers must be able to speak before groups and establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. Knowledge and experience with business computer user applications is also necessary.
Officers MUST also be capable of standing and patrolling the campus for several hours at a time on foot and on a bike. Selected candidates will be required to pass a criminal background check conducted by the Virginia State Police.
A college degree in law enforcement, criminal justice, private security or equivalent experience, including the military, is preferred
Candidates must be able to successfully complete the DCJS Special Conservator of the Peace (armed endorsement) training course to VMFA standards. CPR/AED certification as well as recurring Armed SCOP certification must be maintained for continued employment.
After successful completion of training, Officers will be sworn in by the Circuit Court and will have full arrest powers. As such, they will be required to provide competent testimony in any courts as a result of the charges they make. Preference may be given to current sworn law enforcement officers who are in full compliance with DCJS training requirements. A background check is required.
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).
Archaeologist II (ID 680985)
Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc. has a job opportunity for an unscheduled part-time non-exempt Archaeologist II. For this position, most of the work would be performed in Ridgecrest, CA.
Conduct archaeological monitoring, survey, testing, and data recovery. Conduct research to reconstruct record of past human life and culture from human remains, artifacts, architectural features, and structures recovered through excavation, underwater recovery, or other means of discovery. May oversee the day to day work of lower level employees (Archaeologist I, Archaeological Technician and/or crew members).
Duties and Responsibilities:
Assists in compiling reports that record site history, methodology, and artifact analysis results, along with recommendations for conserving and interpreting findings.
Assists in the research, survey, or assessment of sites from past societies and cultures in search of answers to specific research questions.
Studies objects and structures recovered by excavation to identify, date, and authenticate them and to interpret their significance.
Consults site reports, existing artifacts, and topographic maps to identify archaeological sites.
Organizes and tracks of all field records and data;
Assesses archaeological sites for resource management, development, or conservation purposes and recommend methods for site protection.
Monitors field procedures and contribute to Research Designs, Treatment Plans, and other technical documents.
Creates a grid of sites and draw and update maps of unit profiles, stratum surfaces, features, and findings.
Records the exact locations and conditions of artifacts uncovered in diggings or surveys, using drawings and photographs as necessary.
Describes artifacts' physical properties or attributes, such as the materials from which artifacts are made and their size, shape, functions, and decoration.
Ensures that all fieldwork, analysis, and report production is conducted within quality control/quality assurance program.
Remains current with Agency protocol for conducting cultural resources work.
Oversees all aspects of field research, data collection, inventory, analysis, and final report production.
Assists with mapping responsibilities in the field, including collection of GPS data using Trimble units (ArcPad experience is a plus).
Takes initiative, resolve problems, and implement improved procedures to assure tasks are completed in an effective manner.
Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology (or related field) and/or experience in field archaeology.
Minimum 3 years experience in archaeology/Cultural Resources Management.
Must have a minimum of 3 years of actual field experience
Knowledge of ArcPad is a plus
Must have a valid driver's license.
Must be able to obtain access to military and other government facilities.
- Secretary of Interior Standards Professional Qualification Standards Certificate
Some sedentary work is performed in an office setting. Outdoors. Rugged to extremely rugged terrain in extreme temperature ranges, often in uninhabited areas.
Must be able to walk 8-10 miles a day with field pack and ample water, over rough terrain in variable weather conditions which likely will include high temperatures in summer months.
A portion of the duties require working outdoors under extreme temperature, strenuous physical effort associated with hiking during archaeological reconnaissance and surveys, such as climbing steep slopes, and physical labor such as stooping, bending, carrying loads in excess of 50 pounds associated with archaeological excavation work.
Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc. and its subsidiaries are proud Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veterans.
ACE Epic NPS CA: San Francisco Maritime Crdip DHA Preservation Internship
Summary: American Conservation Experience, a Non-Profit Conservation Corps, in partnership with the National Park Service is seeking ONE CRDIP DHA Preservation Intern interested in dedicating 11 weeks in support of the National Park Service at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park in San Francisco, CA.
This is an excellent opportunity to provide critical support to two artifact watercraft preservation projects planned for 2018 on Hyde St.
Pier at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park through state-of-the-art project documentation, regular publication of project updates and background history on Park media, and the production of an official preservation project report for the Park's official.
Start: May 2018
End: 11 weeks from start date
Duration: 11 weeks minimum commitment required
The Cultural Resources Diversity Internship Program (CRDIP) is a special professional development internship offering that supports undergraduate and graduate students, from underrepresented populations, who wish to gain exposure to and experience in the historic preservation/cultural resources fields of work. Applicants must be 18-35 and either A) in pursuit of a higher education degree or B) still be within two years of graduation from a degree program.
A DHA (Direct Hire Authority) Resource Assistant Internship targets exceptional upper-level undergraduate, graduate students, or recent graduates that are interested in pursuing careers with the NPS. DHA Resource Assistant positions will be rigorous internships that develop the participant's technical and creative thinking abilities, leadership skills, and problem-solving capabilities.
DHA Applicants will be involved in cultural resource management projects that generate data and/or research that must be analyzed and presented to management at the end of the internship. If the position is an education or interpretation project, the participant must research, develop, and pilot a program or materials for use at the host site.
Check out CRDIP.org for more information on the program.
Project Website: For more information regarding the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, or the National Park Service, please visit: www.nps.gov/safr. For more information on ACE, please visit: www.usaconservation.org.
Compensation: The ACE CRDIP Intern will receive $480/week paid out every two weeks. Each intern will also receive a one-time $640 travel stipend to offset the cost of relocation.
Housing: Park housing is not available, but reasonable housing costs in the area will be covered by ACE.
Project Goals: The intern will receive training in historic preservation technologies and techniques, including the treatment of metal corrosion, wood decay, and paint.
The Preservation intern will learn best practices for safe application of preservation materials. The intern will also learn and practice techniques for public interpretation, developing interpretive materials to National Park standards.
Position Description: The CRDIP Preservation Intern at San Francisco Maritime will work closely with Park Staff on the preservation of the Park's fleet of historic watercraft.
The intern will select and focus on an artifact watercraft project at the Hyde St.
Pier and will develop, apply and document appropriate preservation treatments under the direction of the Curator of Small Craft and the Park's Small Craft Museum Specialists. The intern will write a Historic Artifact Report for the park by researching, writing, designing and illustrating a chapter reporting the preservation treatment completed on the selected artifact during the internship. This chapter will be part of a new publication on preservation at the park.
The Resource Assistant will present the results of his or her projects through the regular publication of project updates on the Park's online media, in an official Preservation Project Treatment Report at the internships end, as well as a PowerPoint presentation at a Park All-staff meeting. The interpretive material will also be exhibited at the Boat Shop on Hyde Street Pier as a part of the public interpretive programs there, and will serve to define a new media venue for preservation interpretation for the Park. Finally, the intern will contribute to the development of a new form of official preservation publication for the Park, an Historic Artifact Report, by researching, writing, designing and illustrating a chapter reporting the preservation treatment completed on the selected artifact during the internship.
Environment: Projects will be conducted at two outdoor sites, including the Hyde St.
Pier, and at a boatyard, both in San Francisco. The intern will be spending approximately 60% in the field at Hyde St Pier in the San Francisco Boatworks boatyard documenting the preservation work. Approximately 40% of the intern's time will be in the Park's Cultural Resource Department Preservation Office, or in the Park's Maritime Research Center at Fort Mason (approximately 500 yards from the Preservation Office).
Training: The Intern will receive mentoring by serving closely throughout the project with the Park's Museum Specialist and the Curator of Small Craft, as well as the cadre of experienced volunteer preservationists working at the Boat Shop at San Francisco Maritime.
The intern will receive both formal training in Materials handling and NPS safe preservation practices, as well daily informal discussion of preservation work and the challenges it presents. The Intern will also receiving training and practice in artifact documentation and recording techniques by working with the Documentation interns on Hyde St.
Pier. Finally, the Preservation intern will benefit from regular review and coaching from the Park's Interpretive Rangers in the development and presentation of interpretive programs and materials centering on the Intern's preservation work.
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate their skills and experience through their resume and application and be in pursuit of obtaining or within two years of having obtained a Bachelor/Master/PhD degree in history, anthropology, cultural resource management, archaeology, public history, or other relevant field.
Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident.
Must be 18 to 35 years of age and are in pursuit of a higher education degree or within two years of graduation.
Must be able to communicate clearly and concisely with resource professionals within NPS.
Must have effective communication skills with diverse audiences;
Ability to self-direct alone and effectively participate in a group or small team environments.
Must have a valid driver's license, clean driving record, and ability to provide documentation.
English proficiency is necessary.
Ability and willingness to undergo a federal criminal background check is required.
Proficiency in writing and drawing (CAD in particular).
Familiarity with digital media (especially digital photography) and online publication production.
Familiarity with maritime terms and experience with historical and archival research
The CRDIP Intern must be willing and able to represent ACE and the NPS in a professional, positive, and enthusiastic manner. Drug users should not consider applying, as ACE reserves the right to require drug testing.
To Apply: Please submit a thoughtful resume and cover letter along with contact information for 3 professional references using the APPLY NOW section located on the upper right-hand corner of the position listing on our website here: https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/.
NOTE: Early consideration will be given as applications are received.
This posting may close at any time. If you have any questions regarding this position, please feel free to contact the ACE EPIC NPS Recruitment Specialist Zoe Moskwa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a Museum Registrar for the CIA, you will serve as the information manager of CIA's museum artifacts for the purpose of creating exhibits and building collections related to the history and practice of intelligence. You will participate in all aspects of collection care: acquisition, record keeping, storage, conservation, loans and deaccessioning. You will also manage the development and maintenance of the museum collection management system to account for museum property and oversee the storage and exhibit environments.
Additionally, the Museum Registrar writes interpretive plans and narratives for the large number of varied exhibits in the CIA museum. You will also participate in interpreting the museum collections to internal visitors as well as through external appearances, such as public presentations, consultations and through the CIA's public website. You are expected to cultivate a varied professional network among other museum professionals, educators, academics, civic organizations, other CIA officers and the wider Intelligence Community.
The CIA Museum promotes an understanding of the craft of intelligence and its role in the broader American experience in historical, present and future contexts. It identifies, documents, and preserves intelligence artifacts for innovative exhibitions and educational programs and is the leader in preserving the history and advancing the culture of CIA to the widest possible audience. In the spirit of partnership with educational, cultural, governmental and community organizations, the CIA Museum creatively manages its resources in ways that are responsive to the needs of a diverse audience.
Offices of the CIA - Directorate of Support
The Directorate of Support (DS) provides everything the CIA needs to accomplish its critical mission of defending our nation. Serving side-by-side with our mission colleagues from all directorates, the job of the DS is to ensure that all CIA mission elements have everything they need for success. Learn more about the Directorate of Support.
Life at CIA
In addition to a comprehensive benefits package, the CIA offers exciting career opportunities and a dynamic environment. We're on the forefront of world-altering events - as they happen. So working here isn't just a job, it's a mindset and a lifestyle.
Bachelor's degree in one of the following fields or related studies:
Or, equivalent combination of experience or training with a museum/gallery as a collections manager and/or registrar with demonstrated knowledge of registration practices
GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
One (1) year of specialized experience in one or more of the following areas related to museum work:
Curation and collections management, including researching and developing documentation
Resolving significant operating problems affecting the curation, conservation and exhibition of museum artifacts
Project manager for exhibit development in a museum setting
Excellent research, organizational and data systems skills
Detail oriented and strong critical thinking skills
Excellent verbal and communication skills
Ability to assign, review and supervise the work of others
Ability to work independently
The following items must be attached to your on-line application (PDF format preferred):
Cover letter in which you specify your qualifications for this position. Please address why you want to work in this role and what differentiates you from other applicants.
Unofficial transcripts for all degrees
ALL POSITIONS REQUIRE RELOCATION TO THE WASHINGTON DC METROPOLITAN AREA.
All applicants must successfully complete a thorough medical and psychological exam, a polygraph interview, and an extensive background investigation. US citizenship is required.
To be considered suitable for Agency employment, applicants must generally not have used illegal drugs within the last twelve months. The issue of illegal drug use prior to twelve months ago is carefully evaluated during the medical and security processing.
Important Notice: Friends, family, individuals, or organizations may be interested to learn that you are an applicant for or an employee of the CIA. Their interest, however, may not be benign or in your best interest. You cannot control whom they would tell. We therefore ask you to exercise discretion and good judgment in disclosing your interest in a position with the Agency. You will receive further guidance on this topic as you proceed through your CIA employment processing.
Historic Interpreter II
Description of Work
This position is posted at recruitment range of $27,903-$30,178 and at
salary grade equivalent 60
This position will be located at:
Polk State Historic Site
12031 Lancaster Hey
Pineville, NC 28134
The Department of Natural and Cultural Resources' (DNCR) vision is to be the leader in using the state's natural and cultural resources to build the social, cultural, educational and economic future of North Carolina. Our mission is to improve quality of life by creating opportunities to experience excellence in the arts, history, libraries and nature throughout North Carolina. The Department works to stimulate learning, inspire creativity, preserve the state's history, conserve the state's natural heritage, encourage recreation and cultural tourism, and promote economic development. Our goal is to promote equity and inclusion among our employees and our programming to reflect and celebrate our state's diverse population, culture, and history by expanding engagement with diverse individuals and communities. We encourage you to apply to become a part of our team.
President James K. Polk State Historic Site is located on land once owned by the parents of James K. Polk, the 11th U.S. president. The state historic site commemorates significant events in the Polk administration: the Mexican-American War, settlement of the Oregon boundary dispute, and the annexation of California. Reconstructions of typical homestead buildings--a log house, separate kitchen, and barn--are authentically furnished. The visitor center features a film on Polk's life and exhibits on his family and tumultuous presidency.
Description of Work:
The Division of State Historic Sites and Properties preserves, operates, and interprets 24 historic sites across North Carolina. The Historic Interpreter II position performs the following duties:
Development and implementation of thematic tours and special programs;
Care and maintenance of artifacts and collection records;
Development of temporary exhibits;
Research of President Polk and Piedmont NC related topics;
Marketing of the historic site utilizing a variety of social media platforms and off-site presentations;
Cleanliness of exhibits and public spaces;
Light maintenance work of the grounds and buildings; and
The work schedule is Tuesday through Saturday; 8:00 AM-5:00 PM.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies
To receive credit for your work history and credentials, you must provide the information on the application form. Any information omitted from the application form, listed as general statements, listed under the text resume section, or on an attachment will not be considered for qualifying credit.
Demonstrated knowledge in leading tours while creating dynamic outside of the box, programming relating to the subject matter;
Demonstrated knowledge of best practices for artifacts and collections care;
Demonstrated knowledge in various social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) as it relates to promotion of the museum and its associated programming;
Ability to create well thought out presentations and present material to a large group.
Ability to lift up to 25 pounds, unassisted.
Ability to perform work in extreme weather conditions (cold, heat) and be exposed to insects, etc.
Ability to stand and walk for long periods of time, as well as walk on uneven terrain;
Ability to perform light maintenance work on the grounds and buildings;
Ability to work Tuesday through Saturday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Must have a valid NC driver's license or be able to obtain one.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
Graduation from high school and three years of experience in giving or developing museum tours; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
Supplemental and Contact Information
The Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (DNCR) selects applicants for employment based on required education and experience and job-related knowledge, skills, and abilities without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, genetic information, political affiliation or political influence.
Please be sure to complete the application in full. Resumes may be uploaded with your application, but will not be accepted in lieu of a fully completed application and will not be considered for qualifying credit. "See Resume" or "See Attachment" will NOT be accepted.
Degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions. Transcripts, and degree evaluations may be uploaded with your application.
To obtain veterans preference, you must scan and upload a copy of your DD-214 or discharge orders.
Technical issues submitting your application, please call the NeoGov Help Line at 855-524-5627.
Applicants requesting and receiving an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are eligible to submit paper applications via mail or by fax. Please call the human resources office for assistance.
If multiple applications are submitted to an individual posting, only the most recent application received prior to the closing date will be accepted. Applications must be submitted by 5:00 PM on the closing date.
Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information regarding the status of your application over the phone. To check the status of your application, please log in to your account. Upon the closing date, applications are "Under Review" and will be screened by Human Resources for the qualified applicants. The hiring process may take an average of 6 – 8 weeks.
It is the policy of the State of North Carolina and the N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources that all employees provide proof of employment eligibility (immigration and naturalization) on the first day of employment. We participate in E-Verify (Employment Eligibility Verification System).
N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
Division of Human Resources
4603 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-4603
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