IfA Workplace Learning Bursary in Non-Intrusive Archaeological Techniques
Hosted by: Centre for Applied Archaeology, University of Salford. Duration: 1 Year Start date: 1st September 2010 Salary: £15, 100
Applications are invited for an HLF-funded IFA Workplace Learning Bursary based at the Centre for Applied Archaeology, University of Salford. The post is designed to provide the successful candidate training in the principles and practice of non-intrusive archaeological investigation. For this post, a structured training plan will be managed by Mr Adam Thompson (Principal Archaeologist) and supervised by Brian Grimsditch (Senior Archaeologist).
The Centre for Applied Archaeology is based within the School of the Built Environment within the University of Salford. The aims of the Centre are to conduct commercial archaeological projects, to manage, conduct and promote community archaeology and to undertake teaching and research.
A full training plan and job description for the position can be downloaded below.
Applicants should have archaeological experience at PIfA level and should be able to demonstrate a sound knowledge of British archaeology, specifically practical recording methods, techniques and analysis. Experience of working within an archaeological environment will be essential and it would be desirable for applicants to have some experience of contributing to specialist report writing or post excavation assessment and analysis.
Please send a CV with a short statement as to your suitability for the position,details of 2 referees and the recruitment monitoring form below to
Adam Thompson, Principal Archaeologist Centre for Applied Archaeology University of Salford CUBE Building 113-115 Portland Street Manchester M1 6DW
Closing date for applications: Friday 16th July 2010 Interviews will be held on Tuesday 27th July 2010.