Preservation and Exhibits Specialist

 The Princeton Theological Seminary invites applications for a Preservation and Exhibits Specialist. The Princeton Theological Seminary Library strengthens teaching, inspires learning, broadens access, fosters research, embraces change, and advances and preserves knowledge, in support of the Seminary’s mission. Shaped by two centuries of development, the Library embraces its role at the intersection of the theological record and the community of scholars; continues Princeton Seminary’s commitment to build collections of depth; and promotes an environment of broad access to the theological heritage.

The Preservation and Exhibits Specialist is a new position that will provide expertise and services to enable the library to successfully preserve its general and special collections, including physical treatment and repair, exhibit management, and other collection care and management initiatives. This is an opportunity to create the library’s first preservation program, including defining needs, establishing goals, objectives, and plans, building on a preservation plan developed by the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts this year. The position reports to the Director of Collection Services and Assessment. 

Interested applicants should provide a cover letter, resume and complete the application available at, where the full job description may be found.