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The Department of Archaeology at York is seeking to appoint a lectureship on open contract to build upon existing strengths and to support further growth in teaching and research.
The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to research and teaching within one or more of the following areas, comprising research objectives within the Department’s five year research plan: the historic environment; environmental archaeology; cultural and/or digital heritage. (For clarity, ‘historic environment’ is taken to include material and cultural environments and is the arena within which we study our social interaction and relationships with the natural world.) It is anticipated that candidates will have a proven international research record within one or more of these areas, contributing to the Department of Archaeology's growing research reputation and wider impact. In addition, candidates should possess a clear research vision as well as interest and ability in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, and administration.
Informal enquiries may be made via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The post is available from 1 September 2014.
Northern Archaeological Associates Ltd is based in the attractive historic market town of Barnard Castle in Teesdale, Co. Durham and is one of the leading independent heritage consultancies in the north of England. We undertake a large range of consultancy and fieldwork projects and work throughout northern England and the Midlands. For further information on NAA and the range of projects the company is involved with please visit our home page
The company is seeing a sustained period of growth and has a significant increased work programme for 2014. In order to meet this increase in demand we are currently seeking archaeologists at Site Assistant, Assistant Supervisor and Supervisor level to support a range of projects both for immediate start and over the coming months.
Site Assistant, Assistant Supervisors and Supervisors are required to work on a series of assignments related to excavations on the A1 Leeming to Barton upgrade at Catterick Roman town and other shorter term excavations/evaluations in northern England and Cheshire.
Site Assistants ( £ 16,762): Minimum of 6 months fieldwork experience preferred.
Assistant Supervisors ( £ 17,500): Minimum 18 months fieldwork experience preferred and experience of machine monitoring is essential.
Supervisors ( £ 18,231): A number of Supervisors will be required to assist Project Officers with the supervision of small teams in discrete areas of excavation and to assist with machine monitoring. Minimum 2 years experience of excavation preferred.
Successful candidates will be offered a 40 hour working week, fixed term assignment with payment being made weekly in arrears. Paid overtime will be required on some schemes.
Accommodation and transport to and from site will be provided.
CSCS card is an essential requirement for all candidates.
We would also be interested in archaeologists who are based within the North East, Yorkshire and Chester area who may not be available for work at the moment but who wish to be added to our list of approved archaeologists to contact as additional projects come on line over the next few months.
Applications for all positions should be by CV to Tania Simpson: email@example.com
Postholders will be entitled to receive statutory sick pay and holiday entitlement will be 28 days minimum (pro rata) including statutory or public holidays.
Applicants must be a British citizen or EU national, or hold a current work permit. Proof of eligibility that meets the UKBA requirements will be required prior to any offer of employment.
Northern Archaeological Associates 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 or ethnicity.