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Post-Roman Registered Finds Specialist Trainee
MOLA
£21,525 - £23,063
Full time, 37.5 hours per week
Reference: RFT0819L


The Role

MOLA London is seeking to recruit a suitably qualified and highly motivated candidate for our training programme in post-Roman Registered Finds. The successful candidate should demonstrate a keen interest in this area of material culture (metal, glass, ceramic, stone and organic small finds) and an awareness of academic research in the specialism. Current MOLA sites include 19th-century cemeteries, medieval ports, Tudor theatres and a wide range of commercial and domestic buildings of all periods. Work would be undertaken on material mainly from London, southern and central England and in particular from current infrastructure projects and other developer-led excavations. A structured training plan will be followed specific to this role.

This represents a genuine opportunity for the successful candidate to start their career working alongside and receiving training from some of the foremost finds specialists within this area of expertise.

The Candidate

Applicants must have a degree in archaeology or a related subject and be able to demonstrate finds identification skills and a keen interest in registered finds. Candidates should also demonstrate an ability to work well within large teams and independently.

Essential Criteria include:

· Excellent writing and research skills: the ability to synthesise ideas from a range of sources and data to present ideas and arguments as written text

· General understanding and awareness of current research within the specialism

Desirable Criteria include:

· Post-graduate qualification in finds research or a related subject

· Membership of CIFA

· Knowledge of British archaeology

· Experience of working in a commercial environment

· Understanding of Health and Safety issues in archaeology

What we offer you?

Along with a competitive salary, we offer:

• 22 days annual leave (plus bank holidays), pro-rata, rising based on service length

• Generous pension scheme

• Life Assurance and Sickness Income Protection Policies

• Free health care cash plan (including dependent children)

• Employee Assistance Programme

• Season interest-free travel loan

• Cycle scheme

• Free access to many of London’s museums and galleries (excluding ticketed events)

We are committed to mentoring and training staff at all levels in order to develop individual capability and enhance career prospects.

Please note:

· For more information and to apply please see the job description, person specification and application form via the MOLA careers website at : https://www.mola.org.uk/about-us/careers

· Applications without an application form will not be considered.

· When completing the application form, please state which position you are applying for quoting job reference RFT0819L · Applications should be submitted electronically to recruitment [at] mola.org.uk

· The closing date for the vacancy is 23:59 on Sunday 8th September 2019

All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement. MOLA promotes diversity and equality of opportunity at all levels, and welcomes applications from people regardless of sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, age, or religion or belief.

Closing date: Sunday 8th September 2019
Finds project officer
Oxford Archaeology
£24,074 to £29,331 (based on experience)
Permanent appointment


Oxford Archaeology is one of the largest independent archaeological practices in Europe. Our size and reputation ensures that we work on the most exciting and varied projects, and can offer real opportunities for long term employment and career development. We have offices in Oxford, Lancaster and Cambridge and we are a registered heritage charity.

The Position
An opportunity has arisen within our busy Finds Department at OA East, based in Bar Hill, Cambridge for a Finds Project Officer.

We are seeking an individual who can demonstrate experience and familiarity in dealing with all finds types throughout the entire post-excavation process, culminating in archive deposition. They will also have a specialism in one or more categories of material, ideally including Romano-British pottery. There will be a requirement to supervise and train staff undertaking finds work, as necessary. The successful candidate will be able work closely with colleagues in other parts of the organisation and externally to facilitate the production of archaeological reports and publications and to enable efficient and prompt archive deposition. The post will be office-based.

Position Requirements:

Essential
• Proven ability in ensuring the successful delivery of finds administration, including the quantification, cataloguing, processing and packaging of artefacts and ecofacts.
• Good organisational skills to assist in the co-ordination of the day-to-day operations in the Finds Dept., including contributing to the monitoring of the finds programme to ensure that projects run on schedule and within budget.
• An understanding of finds curation, conservation and investigation techniques
• Post-excavation experience, including analysis and report writing in one or more finds specialisms. Reports may include documents for clients, articles for professional journals and monographs.
• The ability to monitor and assess performance of teams and individuals and provide feedback, guidance and training where appropriate to relevant staff and volunteers.
• Ability to communicate and liaise appropriately with colleagues, specialists (internal and external), curators and other stakeholders.
• Ability to work independently and as a part of a team, as appropriate.
• Good communication skills with fluent spoken and written English.
• Thorough knowledge and understanding of British archaeology and related practices.
• A degree in archaeology, archaeological science or related discipline will be highly advantageous, as will experience of professional archaeological fieldwork within the UK commercial environment
• Ability to carry out work practices in accordance with health and safety requirements.
• Competent user of an appropriate range of IT packages including database, GIS and presentation software, report templates and spreadsheets

Desirable
• Ability to drive

Applicants should be members, or eligible for membership, of the CIfA, preferably at the ACIfA level.

For further information including a job description, please visit www.oxfordarchaeology.com

In return, we offer an exciting range of employee benefits.

Employee benefits:
• Competitive salary range £24,074 to £29,331 (appointments will be made on the basis of demonstrated ability, previous experience and CIfA membership if appropriate).
• 35 days holiday (including statutory holidays and concessionary days at Christmas).
• Company pension scheme.
• Training including placements, and opportunities for career progression.
• 100% of CIfA subscription fees, up to ACIfA level (those at MCIfA level will receive the equivalent of ACIfA level).
• Cycle to work scheme.

For further information about the role, please contact Natasha Dodwell at the Cambridge office on 01223 850526 or via email: natasha.dodwell [at] oxfordarch.co.uk

If you would like to join the team responsible for some of the most exciting archaeological projects in the UK and be part of a respected and established organisation at the forefront of British archaeology please apply by completing an application form, available from:

https://oxfordarchaeology.com/jobapplication

Alternatively, you can post your completed application form to:

Human Resources
Oxford Archaeology
Janus House
Osney Mead
Oxford
OX2 0ES

Please enclose a CV and covering letter with your application.

Interview date: Wednesday 25th September 2019

Oxford Archaeology is an Equal Opportunities employer. All applications are judged on the relevant skills and experience of the candidate, and not by gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, belief, age, nationality (other than where work permits may be required), or ethnicity. You must meet the requirements to live and work in the UK by UK Visas and Immigration.

Registered Charity No. 285627; Company Registration No. 1618597

Closing date: Tuesday 10th September 2019
Headley Trust Internship - Finds Liaison Assistant
Norfolk County Council Environment Service
£18,795 - £19,171 per annum
37 hours per week - Temporary contract for 12 months


The Headley Trust, the Portable Antiquities Scheme, and the Norfolk County Council Environment Service have created an exciting opportunity to complete a 12-month internship with the Norfolk Finds Identification and Recording Team.

The Norfolk Finds Identification and Recording Team has been liaising with metal-detectorists since the 1970’s, creating an unparalleled volume of data on portable objects which is unsurpassed in its breadth and depth of detail. Working in conjunction with the British Museum’s Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) and the HER, the team records over 15,000 archaeological objects every year and deposits the resulting data both with the HER and the PAS.

You will assist the Norfolk Finds Liaison Officer (FLO) with identifying, recording, and photographing finds reported by metal-detectorists and other finders throughout the county. You will support members of the Identification and Recording Team at metal-detecting clubs, shadow experienced staff when interacting with independent finders and general enquiries and assist with outreach events as well as training and supervising volunteers. You will also assist the Historic Environment Record staff, shadowing HER Officers importing data created by the Identification and Recording team and completing a small digitisation project related to legacy find records from the PAS, the Norfolk Finds Identification and Recording Service, and the Norfolk Museum Service.

The internship will culminate in leading on a project to create a suite of resources, including web pages, leaflets, information panels, and presentations, which will form the backbone of a campaign to inform Norfolk residents and visitors about archaeological discoveries, the importance of reporting and recording them, and the laws that surround them. Particular emphasis will be placed on remains on Norfolk’s beaches, particularly those revealed by coastal erosion.

About you: You will have a degree in archaeology or a related discipline, previous experience of working with archaeological objects and computerised databases or Microsoft Excel, and a keen interest in British archaeology. Good interpersonal skills and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team are a must. Previous experience of the Portable Antiquities Scheme and awareness of contemporary issues relating to metal-detecting and archaeology are an advantage but not essential. A full driving licence would be an advantage.

For further information about the work undertaken visit www.norfolk.gov.uk/HistoricEnvironment

For an informal discussion regarding this vacancy please contact either Steven Ashley (Historic Environment Team Leader – Finds) on 01362 869 295 or steven.ashley [at] norfolk.gov.uk or Adrian Marsden (Numismatist) on 01603 493 647 or Adrian.marsden [at] norfolk.gov.uk or Heather Hamilton (Historic Environment Team Leader – Records) on 01362 869 282 or heather.hamilton [at] norfolk.gov.uk

To view further information regarding the vacancy please click on the link below:

For further details and how to apply:
Online: www.norfolk.gov.uk/jobsandcareers

Closing date: Sunday 8th September 2019
Principal / Associate Director, Head of Heritage
Waterman Group Plc
Competitive salary (exceeds CIfA salary criteria)


Location: Ideally Bristol, but would consider Redhill or London offices

Waterman Group Plc is a leading international multi-disciplinary engineering and environmental consultancy, providing sustainable solutions to meet the planning, engineering design and project delivery needs of the property, infrastructure, energy, and environmental markets. Waterman Infrastructure & Environment are currently recruiting for a Principal or Associate Director to head our Heritage Team based in Bristol.

This is an exciting opportunity for the chosen candidate to work within a dynamic, multi-disciplinary team on a wide range of high profile UK projects that include both Private and Public Sector development and infrastructure projects. Our work covers the full suite of heritage services from early assessment at the due diligence or feasibility stages, through to acquiring statutory consents and delivery of archaeological fieldwork. With a requirement to meet the needs of our local Clients and to support colleagues in other regional offices, a key aspect to the role will include regular co-operation and inter-office working in line with Waterman’s ‘One Team’ culture.

The successful candidate will be degree qualified in a heritage related subject, be a full Member of the CIfA and have at least eight* years’ commercial consultancy experience. The candidate must have a thorough knowledge of current UK Historic Environment policy and guidance, be able to show significant experience in development planning advise, liaising with Statutory Regulators, delivery of EIAs, bespoke assessments and method statements, and be able to design and deliver complex field investigations.

As a team leader the candidate must have a good record of working in multi-disciplinary teams, to deadlines and within budgets. The candidate will be able to show excellent oral and written communication skills, experience in the use of project management software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, CADGIS etc.), strong commercial acumen, natural leadership skills and an eagerness to support and develop staff and grow the business.

A full UK driving licence is required and you must be willing to travel throughout the UK.

Waterman provide a competitive salary (exceeds CIfA salary criteria), a comprehensive range of both ‘voluntary’ and ‘anytime’ benefits’ to match your lifestyle choice and a friendly working environment with a strong team spirit and a good variety of project work.

Waterman is an equal opportunities employer and values diversity.

Please email covering letter and CV to careers [at] watermangroup.com
All applications will be treated in confidence.

*where a level of experience is indicated, this is a guideline only and represents the amount of time we would usually expect a candidate to accumulate the requisite level of experience. This does not preclude applications from candidates with more or less experience.

Closing date: Friday 13th September 2019
Landscape Partnership Manager
Cranborne Chase and Chalke Valley Landscape Partnership
£32,029 - £33,799
Fixed term contract until 30/06/2024


Location:Near Tollard Royal, Wiltshire

To apply: http://jobs.wiltshire.gov.uk/results/#!/search/5119100l0212411/keyword/h...

Do you have the passion, drive, experience and enthusiasm to deliver a new, innovative five-year scheme comprising 20 ambitious projects? The Cranborne Chase and Chalke Valley Landscape Partnership has been awarded £1.68m from the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Together with partner match funding, this £2.7m scheme aims to enhance the natural, historic and cultural heritage of this stunning, historic landscape through encouraging widespread community engagement and involvement.

Your team will comprise a Countryside Ranger/Volunteer co-ordinator (FT), a Heritage and Community Engagement Officer (FT), a Communications Officer (PT), a Support Officer (PT). To view the Landscape Conservation Action Plan and projects click here: http://www.ccwwdaonb.org.uk/landscape-conservation-action-plan/

You will oversee and co-ordinate the strategic direction of the Landscape Partnership Scheme acting as the figurehead and ensuring collaborative working and communications amongst all partners and stakeholders. Working to the Cranborne Chase AONB Director, you will prepare and present regular reports to the Landscape Partnership Board and be responsible for accurate and timely grant claims to the Heritage Fund. You will oversee the smooth running and operation of specific Project Working groups and the Community Stakeholders Group.

You’ll be a self-motivated people-person, an organised, respected team leader with a record of managing large, composite budgets. You’ll manage the team of four, be responsible for a budget of £2.7m, encourage and enable ongoing collaborative working with a multitude of partners and track delivery of a wide range of critical outcomes. You’ll also play a vital role in ensuring the scheme has a lasting legacy on the ground.

You’ll lead on implementation and delivery of the major ‘Champions of the Past’ project, inspiring volunteers to discover more about, and become involved in, conserving the unique historic heritage of the area. You will be passionate about landscape, heritage, and the natural world and have the instinctive ability to inspire and enthuse others. You’ll have a ‘can-do’ attitude and excel at inspiring and motivating partners, colleagues and volunteers. With a substantial and proven track record of successfully managing a team to deliver many complex projects on time and to budget, you’ll also have the ambition and ability to seek out and secure additional funding.

You’ll have a minimum of 3 years proven experience of successful management of a National Lottery Heritage Fund, or other similar large grant aided, programme of work and have in depth knowledge of the natural, historic or cultural environment.

For an informal discussion please contact Linda Nunn, AONB Director on 01725 517417 or lindanunn [at] cranbornechase.org.uk

Closing date: Sunday 15th September 2019
Principal Archaeologist
Hull City Council
£41,675-£44,632
Full time permanent


Location: Hull

The Humber has a richly diverse set of heritage assets stemming for the Heritage Action Zone in Hull City Centre to the medieval settlements in the rural East Riding of Yorkshire. Two exciting opportunities have arisen within the field of Archaeology both based in the 2017 City of Culture and both posts are based within the Council’s Regeneration Directorate.

Principal Archaeologist

Looking for the next stage in your career, leading the Humber Archaeology Partnership? A career involving the management of Historic Environment Records with varied archaeological landscape. From the iconic East Coast seaside and the rich prehistoric landscape of the Yorkshire Wolds, to medieval Hull, and industrial Goole. The archaeology and heritage of the East Riding of Yorkshire is currently transforming our understanding of Iron Age Britain. Explore this landscape alongside Hull, a city of ambition, a city that sparked the English Civil War, with rich surviving medieval remains. As the Principal Archaeologist you will provide development management advice to two local authorities and lead the development of the Humber HER and its team. You will oversee the Hull Urban Archaeological Database project, funded by Historic England. As the Principal Archaeologist for the Humber Archaeology Partnership, a partnership between Hull City Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council you will lead the team, guide development of the HER and continue to promote outreach and education to our residents.

About you

You will need to be educated to degree level in archaeology or closely related subject (e.g. Archaeology and History; Archaeology and Geography, or a comparable degree). You will have experience of providing development management advice for complex and significant applications, providing an effective and efficient curatorial service and have experience of attracting funding for projects and developing HERs. You will report directly to the Head of Planning alongside a number of other planning and development teams. Experience of working in partnership with a variety of public and private sector agencies is key along with a proven track record of managing others, and projects.

Further contact details Alex Codd, Assistant Director Economic Development and Regeneration. Tel: 01482 612387
To apply: https://www.hullcc.gov.uk/jobs/SearchResults.aspx?key=&ocg=&loc=

Closing date: Friday 30th August 2019
Humber Field Archaeology Manager
Hull City Council
£36,876-£39,782 (Grade 10)
Full time permanent


Location: Hull
The Humber has a richly diverse set of heritage assets stemming for the Heritage Action Zone in Hull City Centre to the medieval settlements in the rural East Riding of Yorkshire. Two exciting opportunities have arisen within the field of Archaeology both based in the 2017 City of Culture and both posts are based within the Council’s Regeneration Directorate.

Humber Field Archaeology Manager

The Humber Field Archaeology team work predominantly across Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire and are the largest archaeological service within East Yorkshire. They operate from Hull, the current UK City of Culture, an important medieval and post-medieval trading port, while the surrounding East Riding is an important archaeological landscape containing extensive evidence of nationally-important prehistoric and later settlement. Fieldwork can range from excavations in tight urban areas through to large rural sites, in an area of the country experiencing significant development pressure currently, with over £3billion of investment coming into Hull since 2012. This post provides an opportunity for someone to lead this well recognised and established team into the future.
About you

You will need to be educated to degree level in archaeology or closely related subject (e.g. Archaeology and History; Archaeology and Geography). You will have experience of leading complex and significant archaeological projects, providing an effective and efficient service from fieldwork through to reporting, and have experience of securing new archaeological contracts from private/public developers and Historic England. You will report directly to the Head of Planning alongside a number of other planning and development teams. Experience of working in partnership with a variety of public and private sector agencies is key along with a proven track record of managing others, and projects.

Further contact details Alex Codd, Assistant Director Economic Development and Regeneration. Tel: 01482 612387
To apply: https://www.hullcc.gov.uk/jobs/SearchResults.aspx?key=&ocg=&loc=

Closing date: Friday 30th August 2019
Graduate Historic Environment Consultant
The Environment Partnership (TEP) Ltd
£19,200


The Opportunity
TEP is looking to recruit a suitably qualified Graduate Historic Environment Consultant for its multidisciplinary team in Market Harborough, Leicestershire. This is an exciting consultancy opportunity which offers a chance to work in a successful and established archaeology and historic environment team on a range of stimulating and challenging projects, and further your own career and expertise in a supportive multidisciplinary practice.

About TEP
TEP is a Registered Organisation with the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) and is an award-winning multi-disciplinary environmental consultancy also employing environmental planners, landscape architects and urban designers, landscape managers, ecologists and arborculturalists and other professionals working on a wide-ranging portfolio. TEP is run by 7 Directors and employs around 135 professional and technical staff. Our head office is in Warrington, with offices in Market Harborough, Gateshead and London. We also employ home-based staff in other parts of the country. We are all passionate about creating quality places for the benefit of people, nature and business. This role is for a person based in our Market Harborough office.

We have a diverse and dynamic client base which includes National Grid, many Local Authorities, National Trust, Utilities Providers, and major energy infrastructure firms, house builders, developers, Groundwork Trusts and a range of charities. TEP’s heritage projects are wide ranging across the UK. Please look at our website www.tep.uk.com to see examples of our projects.

The Role and Requirements
This post would appeal to an archaeologist or heritage graduate in the early stages of their career, ideally with some consultancy work experience. The role involves providing advice on archaeology and the historic environment to a wide range of clients involved in energy, residential, commercial, private and public sectors. Our projects include the assessment of buried archaeology, historic landscapes, built heritage affects and small fieldwork projects. Key responsibilities will be the preparation of desk-based assessments and heritage statements, specifying archaeological mitigation measures, the provision of technical advice to clients and colleagues and providing support to the wider heritage team within TEP. The successful candidate should be a Practitioner (PCIfA) Grade member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA), or equivalent professional body, or be eligible for that grade of membership.

TEP is an Investors in People Gold Standard employer. The post offers a great opportunity for career progression, with in-house mentoring and support in a professional service area that TEP is keen to expand.

The Person

Successful candidates will be able to demonstrate:

• Relevant qualification in archaeology, heritage or a related subject, or experience equivalent to this;
• Ability to apply professional standards in a commercial environment;
• Report writing;
• Good analytical skills;
• Computer literacy, particularly Microsoft Word and Excel;
• Full driving licence;
• The ability to action instructions independently and
• The ability to work well within a team.

Desirable:
• Experience of specifying and managing archaeological contracts;
• Previous experience of writing historic environment desk-based assessments and heritage statements;
• Experience of using GIS;
• An understanding of Environmental Legislation and the planning system;
• Skills developed whilst working in a consultancy environment and:
• Experience with liaising directly with clients and other environmental managers;
• Practitioner (PCIfA) of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) or equivalent professional body.

Remuneration
TEP offer a competitive salary and benefits package, consistent with the CIfA salary scales, including pension scheme and payment of professional subscriptions. Salary will be dependent on experience.

Equal Opportunities
TEP is an Equal Opportunities employer and an Investor in People. We operate an Equal Opportunities Policy and seek to ensure opportunities for everyone to work safely and maximise their abilities.

To Apply
We are only able to consider candidates already eligible to work in the UK.

Please click here to download the application pack

Please send your completed application form and CV to recruitment [at] tep.uk.com.

Closing date: Sunday 1st September 2019
Head of Project Management and Consultancy - London
MOLA
Competitive
Full time
Reference: HOPM0819L


MOLA is seeking a dynamic new Head of Project Management to lead and develop our London team of project managers and consultants.

MOLA is seeking a dynamic new Head of Project Management to lead and develop our London team of project managers and consultants.

** Based at MOLA’s London office you will be:**
• A member of the Senior Leadership Team, contributing to and implementing our organisational strategy and charitable purpose,
• Leading on quality and delivery of our London Office projects,
• Providing positive, motivational management and development of our Project management and consultancy teams,
• Our London commercial lead helping MOLA to win projects and deliver them securely and safely

This role will suit a project manager or consultant with extensive experience of commercial archaeology across a wide range of sectors and geographies, including London and the Southeast and someone who enjoys and is good at managing, mentoring and developing teams.

The successful candidate will have substantial demonstrable experience of:
• Sound commercial management of major archaeological projects as a project manager of consultant,
• Leading and developing teams,
• Winning work through client relationship management and successful tendering,
• Contributing positively and creatively to strategy

This role provides an opportunity to get involved in some of the most challenging and important archaeological projects in the UK, to develop management and leadership skills in a supportive and positive team and to use entrepreneurial and commercial skills to enable MOLA to benefit people and society through archaeology.

All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement.

Employee Benefits
We offer a range of benefits to our employees including the following:
• Proficiency based pay progression
• 30 days annual leave (including bank holidays), rising based on service length
• Company pension scheme
• Health care cash plan (including dependent children)
• Subsidy for relevant professional memberships
• Cycle Scheme
• Season interest-free travel loan
• Free access to many of London’s museums and galleries (excluding ticketed events)

We are committed to mentoring and training staff at all levels in order to develop individual capability and enhance career prospects. We offer a highly competitive salary and a generous benefits package.

For full details of the required competencies and experience please see the job description and personal specification below. Applications without an application form will not be considered.

Should you have any questions about this role please get in touch.

Applications should be submitted electronically to recruitment [at] mola.org.uk quoting job ref HOPM0819L.

The closing date for the vacancy is 23:59 on Sunday 1 September 2019.

For more information go to: https://www.mola.org.uk/about-us/careers/head-project-management-consult...

MOLA promotes diversity and equality of opportunity at all levels, and welcomes applications from people regardless of sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, age, or religion or belief.

Closing date: Sunday 1st September 2019
Portable Antiquities Scheme in Wales (PAS Cymru) Finds Officer
National Museum Cardiff
Salary: Grade D - £22,624.12 - £28,567.87 Based on a full-time salary of £23,916 - £30,200
35 hours per week. Fixed term contract from September 2019 to March 2021


The ability to speak Welsh is essential for this post

Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales is an equal opportunities employer. Applications are welcome from all sections of the community.

This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

https://fusion.webrecruit.co.uk/JobSeeker/ApplyOnline?jobid=44757&boardi...

Swyddog Darganfyddiadau'r Cynllun Henebion Cludadwy (PAS Cymru)
Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Caerdydd

35 Awr yr Wythnos

Cytundeb tymor penodol o fis Medi 2019 i fis Mawrth 2021

Cyflog: Grade D - £22,624.12 - £28,567.87

Yn seiliedig ar gyflog llawn amser cyfatebol o £23,916 - £30,200

Mae’r gallu i siarad Cymraeg yn hanfodol ar gyfer y swydd hon.

Dyddiad Cau: 26 Awst 2019 erbyn 5:00yh

Mae Amgueddfa Cymru yn gyflogwyr cyfle cyfartal.
Croesewir ceisiadau o bob rhan o'r gymuned.

Mae'r swydd wag yn cael ei hysbysebu gan Webrecruit. Mae'r gwasanaethau a hysbysebir gan Webrecruit yw'r rhai o Asiantaeth Gyflogaeth.
https://fusion.webrecruit.co.uk/JobSeeker/ApplyOnline?jobid=44757&boardi...

Closing date: Monday 26th August 2019
Heritage Consultant
Purcell
Above CIfA minima


Location: Cambridge, Colchester, Norwich

We are looking for a dedicated, knowledgeable and capable Heritage Consultant to join our heritage consultancy team. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the successful management and conservation of important heritage assets in the east of England and further afield. We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced individual who can inspire creativity and confidence amongst clients, consultants and colleagues alike, delivering excellent advice, promoting Purcell and conservation, and contribute to the development of new business opportunities. We will consider both part time and full-time applicants.

Purcell is the largest conservation practice in the world and offers the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects from timber-framed farmhouses to national institutions. We take the best of the past and ensure it is passed on to future generations by making it used and loved in the present. You will have many opportunities to shape the future of heritage assets of all sizes and types.

Reporting to a designated line manager within the Heritage Consultancy East team, you will work as part of the regional team as well as the wider practice. You will be able to take responsibility for the successful management and efficient delivery of your project work , and where appropriate, managing contributions by other staff and sub-consultants. You will provide heritage advice and guidance, undertake research and assessment of buildings and sites within the historic environment, and compose and contribute to various reports such as Conservation Management Plans, Historic Buildings Appraisals and Impact Assessments. You will also prepare fee proposals and contribute to larger bids.

Excellent written and oral communication skills are vital, as is the ability to adapt to a variety of circumstances. A can-do attitude and an ability to engage creatively and originally in all aspects of the job are essential. Contributing to the practice and the promotion of good heritage conservation will extend beyond project work. A willingness to travel is essential as you will be supporting colleagues in our Colchester, Cambridge and Norwich studios.

Skills Base

Essential:
• A skills base in Archaeology, History, Art History or relevant field is a must, with at least 2 years of relevant professional experience.
• Excellent skills and demonstrable experience of archival and desk-based research, on-site built fabric analysis and producing well-written reports.
• Experience of providing heritage advice.
• Experience of managing your own workload and running multiple simultaneous projects.
• Working knowledge of current English heritage legislation, policy and guidance.

Highly desirable:
• Membership(s) of professional institutions, such as the IHBC.
• A UK driving licence.
• Experience of preparing tenders and fee proposals.

Beneficial:
• An ability to carry out desk-based archaeological assessments and use GIS.
• We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.

Please submit a copy of your CV and a couple of examples of written work to recruitment [at] purcelluk.com Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unfortunately unable to provide individual feedback. If you have not heard from us within 3 weeks of your original application, then you have been unsuccessful. Please continue to look at our vacancies and apply where relevant. We wish you all the best in your job search.

Closing date: Friday 13th September 2019
Heritage Consultant
Purcell
Above CIfA minima


Location: London

We are looking for a dedicated, knowledgeable and experienced Heritage Consultant to join our London and South-East regional team, based in London. This is an exciting opportunity to help manage change to significant places and to contribute to the conservation and enhancement of historic sites. We are looking for someone who can work as part of the regional team, as well as take on responsibility for their own project work and, where appropriate, manage contributions by other staff and sub-consultants.

You will work under the supervision of a designated line manager within the Heritage Consultancy Team. You will provide heritage advice and guidance, undertake research and assessment of buildings and sites within the historic environment, and compose and contribute to various reports such as Conservation Management Plans, Historic Buildings Appraisals and Impact Assessments. You will manage small scale projects in your own right, prepare fee proposals and contribute to larger bids.

Excellent written and oral communication skills are vital, as is the ability to adapt to a variety of circumstances. A can-do attitude and an ability to engage creatively and originally in all aspects of the job are essential. Contributing to the practice and the promotion of good heritage conservation will extend beyond project work. Work will be mostly within the region although some longer distance travel and overnight stays may be occasionally necessary.

Tasks
• Give honest and practical advice relating to heritage assets to our own internal team of architects and to external clients and stakeholders
• Undertake desk-based and archival research
• Carry out on-site, non-intrusive investigations of sites, including building recording (where necessary) and photographic survey
• Have a clear understanding of and experience working with current legislation including the National Planning Policy Framework and current guidance from Historic England
• Prepare competent, clear, and well written documents, such as:
• Conservation Statements and Management Plans
• Gazetteers
• Archaeological Desk-based Assessments
• Heritage Impact Assessments
• Conservation Area, Character Area, Townscape or other Appraisals
• Historic Building Appraisals
• Environmental Statement Chapters
• Manage the delivery of smaller projects and to contribute to the delivery of larger projects, working up to managing the delivery of larger projects
• Contribute to business development within the region and to growing our local client base
• Contribute to tenders and fee proposals for new work
• Regularly work as a member of a larger team
• Report on a weekly basis to your designated line manager with regards to tasks, fees and schedules and efficiently manage your own workload
• Carry out 35 hours of Continuing Professional Development each year

Previous experience of working as a heritage consultant in a commercial environment is vital. With a degree in a related subject, you will have at least 2 years’ experience carrying out archival, desk-based and on-site research and producing well written documents, managing your own workload and running projects. Experience of costing and budgeting for work and building your own work winning network would be advantageous. Membership(s) of professional institutions, such as the IHBC or CIfA and a UK driving licence (for travel to remote sites) are desirable.

Please submit a copy of your CV and portfolio by following the application work flow at the bottom of the page. Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unfortunately unable to provide individual feedback. If you have not heard from us within 3 weeks of your original application, then you have been unsuccessful. Please continue to look at our vacancies and apply where relevant. We wish you all the best in your job search.

Closing date: Friday 13th September 2019
Project Officer
Trent and Peak Archaeology
£22,400 - £27,470 p.a. dependent on experience



Location:Nottingham and various locations

Founded in 1967, Trent & Peak Archaeology is the oldest established archaeological unit in the East Midlands, and since 2011 we have been part of York Archaeological Trust. YAT provides a unique and exciting employment opportunity, combining world famous heritage attractions such as Jorvik, with excavation, survey, consultancy, expert conservation services, research and an unmatched commitment to dissemination and public engagement.

Trent & Peak Archaeology has traditionally had a strong regional focus, with a particular emphasis on floodplain archaeology, geo-archaeology and the aggregates sector. In recent years, our commercial operations have greatly expanded into other sectors, including housing and infrastructure schemes. An important area of work now includes specialist work in advance of flood-schemes beyond the East Midlands.

We require a Project Officer, to implement agreed programmes of fieldwork within strict time and budgetary constraints. Reporting to a Project Manager, you will be responsible for the leadership of small to large field teams and the coordination of post excavation/reporting tasks, commensurate with your experience.

Applicants should have a thorough understanding of UK commercial archaeology, and substantial relevant experience including report writing.

A permanent contract will be available for the successful candidate subject to completion of a probationary period.

What we offer:
• Company pension scheme, where both the Employee and Employer contribute.
• Annual leave entitlement on joining is 28 days, rising to 33 days after 5 years service.
• Annual Holiday purchase scheme, purchase up to 2 weeks additional holiday.
• Driver’s allowance (£500 p.a.) for those staff that are regularly required to drive field staff to site.
• Free Eye tests for VDU users.
• The Trust will contribute 50% of the cost of one subscription to an approved professional body (e.g.
CIfA).
• Free access to our 5 York Attractions including the JORVIK Viking Centre for our employees, their
families and friends, and 25% discount on retail goods and souvenirs.
• Discounts to Trust Events, at applicable events.
• PPE suitable to your role.
• Training opportunities appropriate to the role, including a Key Contact scheme.
• Transport to all sites will be provided for Project Archaeologists.
• Travel, subsistence and free accommodation provided for staff working away.
• Payment of CSCS test fee.

Further details on the Trust’s Recruitment, Rewards and Benefits can be found at -
http://www.yorkarchaeology.co.uk/get-involved/work-for-yat/

A full job description and person specification are available at – http://www.yorkarchaeology.co.uk/get-involved/work-for-yat/

Application: Please send a CV and Covering Letter to Clare Asbury (casbury [at] yorkat.co.uk)

For an informal discussion please contact Howard Jones ( on 01158967400 or 07825 753931 ).

Closing date: Sunday 25th August 2019
Archaeological Illustrator
Wessex Archaeology
£24,530 to £28,456 - Salary commensurate with skills and experience
Reference: MAIDDO 07.19


About us
Wessex Archaeology, operating throughout the UK, is the market leader in the provision of integrated archaeological and heritage management services to government, education and the private sector. As a registered Charity we aim to promote the advancement of education, the arts, culture, heritage and science.

Wessex Archaeology’s Graphics Studio comprises an exciting and innovative blend of archaeological illustrators, designers and creatives. The Studio provides a comprehensive and professional illustration, interpretation and design service; constantly developing new and creative ways of visually presenting data to bring the past to life.

The Position
We are seeking an experienced archaeological illustrator to support our busy London & SE Region. Based in our Maidstone office, they will work alongside our fieldwork, post-ex, heritage and geomatics specialists. The successful candidate will be afforded the opportunity to work on a range of interesting and varied products. They will receive support from our company-wide Studio team, enabling them to developing existing skills and to explore new methods and specialisms.

This role is offered as an office-based full-time appointment to our core team.

Position Requirements
The successful candidate should have at least 3 years’ experience of working in a professional, commercial archaeological environment and have a good understanding of professional standards for archaeological practice.

Essential skills:

• Education to Degree level in an appropriate subject or demonstrable experience to an equivalent level;
• Must have a good working knowledge of AutoCAD and Adobe CCS;
• The ability to learn new software and gain new skills;
• Show good composition and layout skills as well as evidence of preparing appropriate deliverables to the required standard;
• Be both analytical and creative, with problem solving and interpretative skills;
• The ability to advise project staff of the best methods to achieve the desired aims;
• Show a systematic approach with attention to detail;
• Have an appropriate level of understanding to ensure work is carried out effectively and safely, and conforms to the Company’s standards of quality;
• The ability to check, combine and clearly present pre and post-excavation data;
• Be able to prepare illustrations for all levels of client reports, by liaising with other specialists and using the drawing briefs supplied;
• Have demonstratable experience in preparing publication illustrations;

Additional skills an advantage:
• The ability to prepare a wide variety of promotional material for web content and community engagement;
• The ability to capture and edit video and sound;
• The ability to create 2D or 3D reconstructions;
• Experience of creating display and exhibition material;
• Animation skills;
• App development and/or working with Content Management Systems.

The behavioural attributes that we expect from you are:
• Be open to learning and receiving direction;
• Be approachable in providing support, guidance and advice;
• Communicate appropriately and respectfully;
• Be responsible and accountable for your work, actions and decisions;
• Be confident, innovative and show good judgement in problem solving and decision making;
• To work collegiately across all departments and regional offices.

You will be expected to be able to work independently when required and demonstrate a professional approach to work, colleagues, other professionals and clients.

Applications
Applicants are invited to submit a completed application form (available from the vacancies page on our website https://www.wessexarch.co.uk/vacancies) with a copy of their CV and 6 - 10 examples of their work, by e-mail to wa.applications [at] wessexarch.co.uk

Applications must be received by close of business on Friday 30th August 2019. Candidates invited to an interview will be expected to present their full portfolio. For more information about the post, please contact Karen Nichols, Studio Manager – k.nichols [at] wessexarch.co.uk

Whilst Wessex Archaeology welcomes applications from all sections of the community and is committed to promoting equality of opportunity, it is essential that all applicants provide proof of identity and eligibility to work in the UK prior to commencement of employment.

Closing date: Friday 30th August 2019
Archaeologist (Planning)
Merseyside Environmental Advisory Service, Planning Services, Sefton Council
Grade H (£29,636 - 32,878)
Permanent appointment – 36 hours per week


Benefits include: Casual Car User, Local Government Pension, flexible working and CIFA membership fees.

The Merseyside Environmental Advisory Service (a shared service hosted by Sefton Council) is looking to appoint an archaeologist to provide development management advice in Merseyside.

The post-holder’s primary tasks will include reviewing planning applications, advising on preferred courses of action and then monitoring archaeological mitigation for five Merseyside local authorities (Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St. Helens and Wirral), an area with a rich historic environment that includes the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City World Heritage Site.

Applicants should have practical experience of providing planning advice, a good understanding of current planning legislation and policy, as well as be eligible for membership of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists.

To apply online visit https://ats-sefton.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/104631

Interviews will be held on Thursday 12th September.

Closing date: Thursday 29th August 2019
Assistant Project Officers / Archaeological Officers
Archaeological Research Services Ltd
Assistant project Officer £20,000- £23,000. Archaeological Officer £19,200.
Positions available on both permanent and short-term contracts.


The Position:

Archaeological Research Services Ltd are recruiting Assistant Project Officers and Archaeological Officers for work on a variety of project work around the UK. We have positions available for an immediate start.

You will be required to have good team-working ability, enthusiasm and drive to complete tasks and contribute to the operational success of the project. You will have experience of taking part in field projects, contributing to post-excavation work, a sound knowledge of UK archaeology and the ability to write accurate, clear English. You will have responsibility for undertaking and delivering a wide range of projects where you will be accountable to the Projects Manager. You will have excellent written English skills and will be responsible for completing work on commercial and research-based archaeological projects. You must also have survey and IT skills and ideally be competent in the use of CAD. You must be committed to our health and safety culture and positively contribute to Company initiatives. We are a high performing company with a professional yet friendly culture with many outstanding performers. We maintain a high commitment to staff development and training which we require to be reciprocated and look forward to supporting career development and developing people to be the best they can be.

For the Archaeological Officer posts experience gained through voluntary work will also be acceptable.

In return, we offer an exciting range of employee benefits:
• Competitive salary
• Accommodation provided for away work with subsistence allowance
• Full personal protective equipment
• Training in support of continuing professional development and career progression
• 100% of CIfA subscription fees
• Subject to completing probation you will become eligible for the Company’s contributory pension scheme our health cash plan.

To apply, go to our website www.archaeologicalresearchservices.com/about-us/careers/ and download, fill in and submit all the required documentation set out below and send to personnel [at] archaeologicalresearchservices.com. If you would like to discuss the post with us then please ring us on 01629 814540 and ask for ‘personnel’.

Applicants must complete and send in;
• Covering letter compromising 250 words on why you consider yourself a suitable candidate.
• Our application form (downloadable from the website) including the names and full contact details of two referees
• Equal opportunities form (downloadable from our website)
• Full CV

Closing date: Friday 27th September 2019
Project Officers
Archaeological Research Services Ltd
£23,000 – £30,000 (dependant on experience)
Permanent positions following 6 month probation


The Position:

Archaeological Research Services Ltd are recruiting Project Officers for work on a variety of project work around the UK. We have positions available for an immediate start.

Are you a highly motivated, go-getter with an ability to lead a field team? Do you have a deep passion for delivering value and benefit through archaeology? Are you highly organised, efficient and with a high work-rate? This position requires you to be excellent at your job and an effective leader and motivator of a team. You need to be highly disciplined, a good ‘people person’ as well as a highly competent field archaeologist and report writer and editor. The post is nominally based at Bakewell but could be based elsewhere.

Applications are invited for a professional, highly motivated and capable Project Officer with a strong track record and developed skills sets. You will have experience of running field projects, motivating and leading teams, completing post-excavation work and producing high quality reports for a wide range of projects. You will have responsibility for undertaking and delivering a wide range of projects where you will be accountable to the Senior Projects Manager. You will have excellent written English skills and will be responsible for completing work on commercial and research-based archaeological projects. You must also have strong survey and IT skills and ideally be competent in the use of CAD. A good knowledge of British archaeology is essential as well as a track record in reports and ideally publication. You must be able to work as an effective team member who can be relied on to deliver to tight deadlines. We are a high performing company with a professional yet friendly culture with many outstanding performers. We maintain a high commitment to staff development and training and look forward to supporting career development and developing people to be the best they can be.

In return, we offer an exciting range of employee benefits:
• Competitive salary
• Accommodation provided for away work with subsistence allowance
• Full personal protective equipment
• Training in support of continuing professional development and career progression
• 100% of CIfA subscription fees
• Subject to completing probation you will become eligible for the Company’s contributory pension scheme our health cash plan.

To apply, go to our website www.archaeologicalresearchservices.com/about-us/careers/ and download, fill in and submit all the required documentation set out below and send to personnel [at] archaeologicalresearchservices.com. If you would like to discuss the post with us then please ring us on 01629 814540 and ask for ‘personnel’.

Applicants must complete and send in;
• Covering letter compromising 250 words on why you consider yourself a suitable candidate.
• Our application form (downloadable from the website) including the names and full contact details of two referees
• Equal opportunities form (downloadable from our website)
• Full CV

Closing date: Friday 27th September 2019
Project Managers
Archaeological Research Services Ltd
£29,000 - £36,000+ (dependant on experience)
Permanent positions following 6 month probation


The Position:

Are you a highly motivated, go-getter with an ability to oversee multiple projects, people and plan ahead? Do you have a deep passion for delivering value and benefit through archaeology? Are you an exceptional communicator, highly organised, efficient and with a high work-rate? This position is for key members of our Management Team to help take the Company forward and requires you to be excellent at your job and an effective leader and motivator. You need to be highly disciplined, a good ‘people person’ as well as a competent archaeologist and report writer and editor. The post is nominally based at Bakewell but could be based elsewhere.

Applications are invited for a professional, highly motivated and capable Projects Manager. You will ideally have experience of running a wide range of projects, motivating and leading teams, planning staff allocations to jobs, co-ordinating post-excavation work, negotiating with local authority archaeologists, producing risk assessments, quality assurance and report checking. You will have responsibility for delivering a wide range of projects and will be accountable to the Head of Field Investigations. You will be responsible for completing work on commercial and research-based archaeological projects on time and to budget and for getting invoices issued promptly. A good knowledge of British Archaeology is essential and ideally a track record in reports, editing and perhaps publication.

We are a high performing company with a professional yet friendly culture with many outstanding performers. We maintain a high commitment to staff development and training and look forward to supporting career development and developing people to be the best they can be. We have positions available for an immediate start.

In return, we offer an exciting range of employee benefits:
• Competitive salary
• Accommodation provided for away work with subsistence allowance
• Full personal protective equipment
• Training in support of continuing professional development and career progression
• 100% of CIfA subscription fees
• Subject to completing probation you will become eligible for the Company’s contributory pension scheme our health cash plan.

To apply, go to our website www.archaeologicalresearchservices.com/about-us/careers/ and download, fill in and submit all the required documentation set out below and send to personnel [at] archaeologicalresearchservices.com. If you would like to discuss the post with us then please ring us on 01629 814540 and ask for ‘personnel’.

Applicants must complete and send in;
• Covering letter compromising 250 words on why you consider yourself a suitable candidate.
• Our application form (downloadable from the website) including the names and full contact details of two referees
• Equal opportunities form (downloadable from our website)
• Full CV

Closing date: Friday 27th September 2019
Researcher - Architectural and Urban History (Heritage Team)
Montagu Evans
Salary in line with CIfA minima
Reference: 73

Location 5 Bolton St, London W1J 8BA
Reports to Partner, Heritage team

About the firm
Montagu Evans has been providing expert advice in the property sector for nearly 100 years.
We are proud of that heritage - just as we are proud of our reputation as a highly professional firm of chartered surveyors and property consultants. We do not stand still and are forever adapting, constantly looking at innovative ways to service our clients and deliver forward thinking solutions.

About the role
We are looking for an intelligent and highly-motivated individual to join our Heritage and Townscape team as a Researcher. The successful candidate will have a postgraduate degree in architectural or urban history, and demonstrable experience of undertaking primary and secondary research into the built environment.
You will be an agile thinker who can apply academic rigour to practical issues in a commercial context. Whether investigating a medieval parish church or a post-war housing estate, you will be capable of producing clear and authoritative written work that reflects your knowledge and appreciation of architecture and urban history.
We offer a highly competitive remuneration package and a rewarding career.

Person specification
Essential

  • Strong research skills.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • High service delivery skills.
  • Excellent communicator, both written and verbal.
  • Self-motivated.
  • Committed and organised.
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft packages.

Desirable

  • Previous research experience working in a heritage team.
  • PhD in architectural urban history.

To apply please attach your CV and cover letter outlining your suitability for the role and send to job.applicant [at] montagu-evans.co.uk quoting reference Number 73 in the subject title on the email.

Closing date: Friday 23rd August 2019
Graduate (Historic Environment and Townscape) – Planning and Development
Montagu Evans
Competitive starting salary
Reference: 74

Location Bolton Street, London, W1J 8BA
Reports to Partner – Planning

About the firm – Why Montagu Evans
Montagu Evans advises on some of the UK’s largest commercial, residential and mixed-use development projects and has been doing so for nearly a century.

As a partnership we understand the value of the people who make up the firm. They and our clients are at the heart of our business.

The partnership comprises over 380 people, based in our UK offices from Scotland to London, focused on four key sectors – Housing, Retail, Business Space and Public. The practice is professional and partner led, its success down to the personal qualities and talents of the staff. This is not a bland, corporate environment, or a rigid one. Partners are closely involved, and staff have the opportunity to work with different senior professionals. The Partners’ commitment, passion and experience are what makes Montagu Evans one of the UK’s most successful planning and development advisers.

  • Be part of one of the UK’s longest trading and most established property advisory practices - working within the private, public and charity sectors nationwide
  • Many of our Partners joined a Graduates, showing a clear progression path for those with real ambition
  • Dedicated mentor and supervisor assigned to each Graduate for the duration of their 2 year training.
  • Great personal accountability within an entrepreneurial culture. You will have exposure to some of the largest commercial, residential and mixed-use property projects in the UK today
  • Voted as one of the Best Places to Work in Property 2019 by Property Week.
  • Annual conferences, away days and socials offer a platform to really get to know people throughout the firm, to team build, learn and strengthen relationships

About the role
We are looking for a talented, ambitious and personable assistant to join our busy Planning and Development Department in London. This opportunity is within our sector-leading Heritage and Townscape team, providing advice on planning and design matters in relation to development in the historic environment.

This person would work on a wide range of sites and on many different forms of development. You will assist different members of staff and they will have a close working relationship with partners and senior partners. Our clients include public bodies, the NHS, arts organisations and charities as well as universities, alongside major blue chip commercial developers and investment funds. This role is largely client facing and it is a real opportunity to engage with clients and the whole project team.

The work is largely in London and southern England but our expertise takes us around the country to work on complex projects, drawing on our wide experience. You will support and learn from senior team members under the guidance of qualified professionals engaged in all areas of town planning and property consultancy. We operate a merit-based advancement system and creative, determined people have the opportunity to progress up through our organisation. The culture of the firm is based on individual excellence which we reward.

Who are we looking for?

  • This consultancy sector attracts talent from a diverse background, and so we have an open mind about qualifications. The successful candidate must have or be working towards a post-graduate qualification in a relevant area.
  • Your course may have put you in line for membership of the RTPI and our APC candidates have a high pass rate due to our mentoring system. Alternatively, your qualification may be more suited to IHBC membership. Practical knowledge of planning and the historic environment, however that has been achieved, is what we are after.
  • Those with a specialism in architectural history and experience of this field, or a strong interest in it, are likewise encouraged because expertise is at the heart of our commercial success.
  • You must, however, have a pragmatic problem-solving mind with a positive attitude.
  • Keen interest in the way planning and development shapes the historic environment and our quality of life.

Salary & Benefits

  • A competitive starting salary.
  • Discretionary annual Bonus Scheme.
  • 26 days paid holiday. Rising to 28 days after 5 years complete service.
  • Payment of fees for the cost of qualifying and any subscriptions.
  • APC Training seminars and workshops.
  • Life Assurance.
  • Pension Scheme.
  • Permanent Health Insurance (on qualification).
  • Cycle2Work Scheme.
  • Season Ticket Loan.
  • Office based sports & wellbeing initiatives.

To Apply
Applicants applying as planning graduates should respond with their CV and covering letter explaining how their experience would match our expectations. To apply, please send your CV and Covering Letter to Job.Applicant [at] montagu-evans.co.uk with Reference Number 74 in the subject line.

"People know each other and social events encourage this. The graduate programme provides experience and support to get professionally qualified at the earliest opportunity. The company is autonomous and staff are encouraged to take advantage of this to develop their careers." - Anonymous feedback from Property Week's 2018 Best Places to Work.

“What we’ve created here is special; we’re not just a bunch of people going to do a job. Yes we’re a large collection of planners and surveyors…but together we have a unique commitment to our clients and colleagues; we’re truly a team and we treat everyone with respect, trust and honesty. We have some of the brightest minds in the industry and every day I’m surrounded by people who make me laugh, who I value the opinions of and who help each other enjoy what they do. We may not shout the loudest but in some respects, I admire that most…the humbling modesty of our incredibly talented group of people." – Rob Bower, Managing Partner.

Closing date: Friday 23rd August 2019
Expressions of interest from self-employed archaeologists wishing to be considered for fieldwork contracts in the midlands
Archaeology Warwickshire

Archaeology Warwickshire are seeking expressions of interest from self-employed archaeologists wishing to be considered for fieldwork contracts in the midlands.

Archaeology Warwickshire is a dynamic provider of a wide range of commercial heritage services. Our reputation for proficient archaeological solutions and efficient, professional delivery has resulted in a high demand for our services.

We are looking for skilled, motivated, and mobile archaeologists with considerable experience in a wide range of British archaeology to undertake fieldwork both as part of a team and independently. We are particularly keen to receive expressions from archaeologists with a proven track record in undertaking and reporting on watching briefs, and/or supervising evaluations and/or directing excavations with report production to publication standard. We are also keen to expand our network of experienced historic building recorders and IHBC qualified built heritage consultants.

Archaeology Warwickshire is a CIfA Registered Organisation and we expect to pay over and above the salaried equivalent CIfA minima and BAJR approved rates (including the necessary uplift for sickness and holidays), and in return we expect to get professionalism, integrity and commitment.

Applicants should provide a minimum of two contactable referees; prove their self-employed status (or commitment to become so); provide evidence of their insurance and hold valid CSCS cards. Membership of CIfA is highly desirable.

Interested?

For an informal and confidential chat call Stuart Palmer on 01926 412278, stuartpalmer [at] warwickshire.gov.uk.

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