CCAHA is an equal opportunity employer. We are a group of passionate problem-solvers, working together to find solutions to preservation challenges. We work to promote principles of equity, access, and inclusion within the field of conservation with our hiring practices and outreach.

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Fellowships in paper conservation are posted in January.


Conservator and Preventive Conservation Specialist

We are seeking a full-time Conservator and Preventive Conservation Specialist with a specialization in paper, photograph, or book conservation to work with our clients in the Southeastern United States. This is a grant-funded two year position, which CCAHA expects will become a permanent position at the end of the grant period. Working closely with CCAHA’s senior management team, the selected candidate will be responsible for identifying and cultivating clients in the Southeast by carrying out surveys and assessments, educational programming, business development activities, examinations and estimates, and conservation treatments. After a training period at CCAHA’s main office in Philadelphia, the Conservator and Preventive Conservation Specialist will work remotely but can expect frequent communication, collaboration, and in-person contact with the Philadelphia-based staff. Frequent travel is a requirement of this position.

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DHPSNY Communications Coordinator

We are seeking a Communications Coordinator for our Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York (DHPSNY) program. Under the guidance of the DHPSNY Program Manager, the DHPSNY Communications Coordinator contributes to the mission of DHPSNY through the implementation and maintenance of a multipronged communications and outreach program to ensure that constituents are aware of DHPSNY services, to encourage collaboration and networking among institutions, and to ensure that assistance is accessible, available, and provided promptly. 

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