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studentshipsUnited Kingdom:GBUKmost universities  Stipendien nein36Vollzeit    2020-12-31 most universities offer studentships of various grades each year - please check the websites of the universities of your choice to find out more!Maturakeinenein 
various fieldstaffUnited States:USUSAvarious  Feldforschung ja Vollzeit    2018-12-31http://www.archaeologyfieldwork.com/AFWhttp://www.archaeologyfieldwork.com/AFWkeinekeinenein 
community archaeologistUnited Kingdom:GBFulham PalaceFulham Palace Trust  Museum/Vermittlung1nein36Vollzeit403046535152 2017-2017-2017 http://www.fulhampalace.org/about/vacancies/ Community Archaeologist, Fulham Palace Trust Salary: £26,000- £30,000 pa depending on experience Other: Three-year post, full time, 40 hours per week Fulham Palace, situated in extensive grounds by the River Thames, was the country residence of the Bishops of London for many centuries. The historic importance of the site, which has seen thousands of years of human occupation, ultimately derives from its location at an ancient crossing point on the River Thames. The site’s archaeological significance is reflected in its designation as a Scheduled Monument in 1976. Following the first significant archaeological dig in 1972-3 across a section of the moat, there have been numerous surveys and investigations, including those undertaken since 2003 in association with successive restoration works. The Palace is now managed by Fulham Palace Trust, which is inspired by a vision to restore the Grade I and II listed buildings and Grade II* listed gardens to their original beauty and to provide outstanding facilities for the local community and visitors from farther afield.  The Trust is embarking on an HLF-funded major project ‘Discovering the Bishop of London’s Palace at Fulham’. The project will focus on bringing the iconic Tudor Quadrangle and key historic rooms, such as the Great Hall, back to life by conserving the building and dressing the rooms to show how the Bishops of London would have lived and worked here across the centuries.  We will also enhance the botanical gardens, including re-establishing some of the exotic species that were first introduced to Europe by the botanist and bishop Henry Compton in the late 17th and early 18th century. As part of the project, there will be a series of community archaeology projects over three years.  As our Community Archaeologist you will be a professional archaeologist with a successful track record of overseeing archaeological projects from inception, through design, fieldwork, post-excavation assessment and analysis to publication. You will have an energetic and proactive approach to your work and have great organisational skills, highly developed communication skills and extensive experience of working with volunteers and in developing and running public engagement projects. You will be an accredited member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists or have equivalent experience. Role summary: the post-holder will work alongside other staff of Fulham Palace to manage, deliver and evaluate a programme of practical archaeology over a three-year period. This will include: planning and running learning and practical archaeology events, supervising volunteers and external archaeological professionals, training volunteers and members of the public, designing and managing a community archaeology dig, geophysical investigations, tree-pit archaeological supervision, a parchmark weekend to map below-ground structures, historic building recording, management of collections and archaeological archives, managing and adding to all photographic records of the site and overseeing the development of specialist publications. Interested candidates should view the attached Job Description, download and complete the Application and Equal Opportunities forms, and return them to the Palace’s Business Support Officer, Alice Wolvey, by post or email (admin@fulhampalace.org) by 9 am on Wednesday 8 March 2017. Should you have any questions regarding the post please contact us via email at admin@fulhampalace.org or telephone 020 7610 7169. Interviews are expected to take place: 15th and 16th March 2017 Expected start date: early to mid May 2017 Please note that due to the volume of applications we are unable to offer feedback to those not shortlisted for interview. 1 Job Description: Community Archaeologist, Fulham Palace Trust Responsible to: Learning and Engagement Manager Employees or volunteers directly supervised: up to 60 volunteer archaeology roles (some volunteers will undertake more than one role) and contractors during a three-year programme of work Salary: £26,000- £30,000 pa depending on experience Other: Three-year post, full time, 40 hours per week Fulham Palace, situated in extensive grounds by the River Thames, was the country residence of the Bishops of London for many centuries. The historic importance of the site, which has seen thousands of years of human occupation, ultimately derives from its location at an ancient crossing point on the River Thames. The site’s archaeological significance is reflected in its designation as a Scheduled Monument in 1976. Following the first significant archaeological dig in 1972-3 across a section of the moat, there have been numerous surveys and investigations, including those undertaken since 2003 in association with successive restoration works. The Palace is now managed by Fulham Palace Trust, which is inspired by a vision to restore the Grade I and II listed buildings and Grade II* listed gardens to their original beauty and to provide outstanding facilities for the local community and visitors from farther afield. The Trust is embarking on an HLF-funded major project ‘Discovering the Bishop of London’s Palace at Fulham’. The project will focus on bringing the iconic Tudor Quadrangle and key historic rooms, such as the Great Hall, back to life by conserving the building and dressing the rooms to show how the Bishops of London would have lived and worked here across the centuries. We will also enhance the botanical gardens, including re-establishing some of the exotic species that were first introduced to Europe by the botanist and bishop Henry Compton in the late 17th and early 18th century. As part of the project, there will be a series of community archaeology projects over three years. As our Community Archaeologist you will be a professional archaeologist with a successful track record of overseeing archaeological projects from inception, through design, fieldwork, post-excavation assessment and analysis to publication. You will have an energetic and proactive approach to your work and have great organisational skills, highly developed communication skills and extensive experience of working with volunteers and in developing and running public engagement projects. You will be an accredited member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists or have equivalent experience. Role Summary The post-holder will work alongside other staff of Fulham Palace to manage, deliver and evaluate a programme of practical archaeology over a three-year period. This will include: planning and running learning and practical archaeology events, supervising volunteers and external archaeological professionals, training volunteers and members of the public, designing and 2 managing a community archaeology dig, geophysical investigations, tree-pit archaeological supervision, a parchmark weekend to map below-ground structures, historic building recording, management of collections and archaeological archives, managing and adding to all photographic records of the site and overseeing the development of specialist publications. Core Duties The post-holder will:  Lead on increasing the understanding of the archaeology at Fulham Palace o Ensure relevant documentation, schemes of investigation and permissions are in place for carrying out archaeological investigations. o Manage any professional contract archaeology staff to best practice standards o Record sites using drawings, detailed notes and photography. o Analyse findings by grouping, identifying and classifying them, including those, which are contained in the existing archaeological archive. o Use computer applications, such as computer-aided design (CAD) and geographical information systems (GIS), to record and interpret finds, sites and landscapes. o Manage the production of an edited volume to bring together existing and new reports and essays on archaeology, collections, architecture, history and horticulture at Fulham Palace. o Coordinate the complementary publication of specialist papers in peer-reviewed journals, as appropriate. o Assist in the curation, display and interpretation of any archaeological finds required for exhibition purposes.  Design, plan and run a range of schemes and events to encourage volunteering, learning and community participation o Design, implement and manage a programme for our planned dovecote archaeological dig, geophysical investigations, historic building recording, tree-pit investigations, parchmark project, archaeological archive and collections management project to deliver excellent volunteering opportunities, skills development and progression as well as public involvement. o Contribute to our public programme of outreach, learning and interpretation by giving talks, tours and presentations about archaeology and heritage and train volunteers to undertake the same. o Contribute to our exhibitions and interpretation work through the provision of up to date archaeological findings and information. o Work with the Learning and Engagement Manager to integrate the investigation findings and archaeological resources into the Palace’s permanent offer for schools, children and families which will include talks, trails and self guided leaflets. o Provide content for the Marketing Officer to use in generating publicity about the archaeological activities at Fulham Palace. o Provide information for the Development Officer to use in raising funds for archaeological and conservation work at the Palace. o archaeological volunteers in conjunction with the Volunteer Development Officer. o Support the Learning and Engagement Manager to evaluate the success of the activity plan through keeping evaluation records and photographic records.  Provide professional advice throughout the capital project o Manage the recording of archaeological remains during our capital works programme to best practice standards. o Provide advice on the conservation of archaeological remains during our capital works programme.  Ensure ongoing professional development o Keep up to date with best practice in the professional archaeological sector. 3 o Be accountable for personal development through the Performance and Development Review (appraisal) process seeking out opportunities to learn new skills. Health and safety o Take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and of others who may be affected by their acts or omissions at work. o Complete relevant risk assessments. Equal opportunities o The post holder will actively follow FPT’s policies including Equality and Diversity and Safeguarding. Other o Manage relevant budgets. o Occasionally situations may arise that require the post-holder to perform other duties or tasks as may be reasonably requested by Fulham Palace Trust. Dimensions of the role . Fulham Palace Trust is comprised of a small team of 17.8 FTE. The Community Archaeologist will report to the Learning and Engagement Manager. Specifically, the post-holder will take direct responsibility for the effective management of the threeyear archaeological programme which is part of the wider activity plan. As part of this, the postholder will be responsible for all volunteers supporting the archaeological workstreams. The post-holder will be required to work some weekends and evenings as the programme dictates. 4 PERSON SPECIFICATION POST: Community Archaeologist, Fulham Palace We are looking for a professional archaeologist with demonstrable experience. You will have an energetic and proactive approach to your work and have great organisational skills, highly developed communication skills and extensive experience of working with volunteers and in developing and running public engagement projects. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE These are the qualifications, skills and experience identified as essential (or desirable where indicated) in meeting the standards of performance and contribution expected in this post. Please consider carefully how you can demonstrate, and give evidence of, matching this specification, in both your application and any interview, if shortlisted. Qualifications Essential: o degree or equivalent in archaeology or a related subject such as ancient history, anthropology, conservation or heritage management to work as an archaeologist o an accredited member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (MCIfA) or working towards this level or equivalent experience/training Desirable: o a postgraduate qualification o qualification in computing, computer-aided design (CAD) and geographical information systems (GIS) Experience Essential: o Demonstrable experience of successfully designing and leading archaeological projects with multiple workstreams from start up to completion including publication and evaluation o Practical archaeological fieldwork management experience o Practical experience of working with volunteers, schools and members of the public in an archaeological environment o Experience of leading and training volunteers o Practical experience of managing budgets and organisational targets Desirable: o Practical experience of finds identification o Experience of collections management processes including documentation and conservation for archaeological archives o Experience of obtaining consents e.g. Scheduled Ancient Monument o Practical experience of working on Heritage Lottery 5 Funded projects Skills/ Aptitudes Essential: o Knowledge of key archaeological legislation and regulation for property and land management o A methodical and well-organised approach, with good attention to accuracy and detail o Excellent organisation, negotiation and project management skills o An analytical and enquiring mind, with a keen interest in the past o Flexibility and a willingness to keep up to date with developments in archaeology o Excellent written skills and good numeracy o Excellent communicator who can engage with people of all abilities and backgrounds. Able to enthuse, motivate and inspire others. Ability to be direct and clear in your advice and when presenting. o Excellent IT skills and a willingness to keep up to date with technological developments. o Dexterity in using tools and instruments o Strong teamwork skills, particularly during fieldwork o Ability to lead work, make decisions and influence. Selfmotivation and focus essential o Demonstrate patience and dedication at all times o Commitment to FPT’s Equality and Diversity policy and the ability to work harmoniously with colleagues, suppliers and customers of all cultures and backgrounds o Commitment to FPT's policy and procedures on working with children and vulnerable adults o Keen interest in the history and heritage of Fulham Palace Desirable: o Driving licenceBALeitung1neinexperience in volunteer supervision desirable
project specialistUnited States:USLos Angeles, CAGetty Centre  Lehre und Forschung1ja Vollzeit    2017-2017-2017 https://jobs-getty.icims.com/jobs/2934/gci-principal-project-specialist/job GCI Principal Project Specialist All times are in Pacific Daylight Time. Posted Date     3/16/2017 Requisition Number     2017-2934 Position Status     Regular Full-Time Salaried/Hourly     Salaried Category     Scientific and Conservation Getty Location     Getty Center Program/Dept.     GCI - 0609-Field Projects Management Opportunity Details: Job Summary: The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI), located at the Getty Center in Los Angeles, California, works internationally to advance conservation practice in the visual arts, broadly interpreted to include objects, collections, architecture, and sites. The Institute serves the conservation community through scientific research, education and training, model field projects, and the dissemination of the results of both its own work and the work of others in the field.   The GCI Buildings and Sites Department’s objectives are:      Advance conservation practice through the development and implementation of model projects which incorporate strong research, planning, and educational objectives.     Develop strong collaborative relationships so as to build local expertise, ensure sustainability, evaluate work in progress, and broadly disseminate information resulting from projects.     Disseminate findings through professional publications and conferences; and contribute to the advancement of the field of conservation through the organization of seminars, symposia, and workshops. The GCI Buildings and Sites Department is seeking a Principal Project Specialist. Major Job Responsibilities: The Principal Project Specialist explores, develops, and manages potential initiatives and projects related to archaeological site management and conservation. Designs, implements, and monitors initiatives and projects that develop, apply, and test new research and practical approaches that address current conservation challenges of international or regional relevance. Brings demonstrated broad knowledge of the issues and best practices associated with the conservation and management of historic buildings and sites, specifically archaeological heritage. Provides advice and guidance about these issues to staff from other departments of the GCI. Represents the GCI in the international conservation community and forges partnerships with relevant institutions. Conducts needs assessments and identifies strategic issues concerning conservation practice. Scopes, develops, communicates, and executes project plans and budgets for new areas of work and field projects that meet international needs. Develops resource plans and budgets, builds partnerships and project teams. Manages and provides direction to project teams and staff, local and external project partners and consultants. Supervises up to 5 staff. Undertakes research, teaches, writes, publishes or presents results at professional venues. Qualifications: Graduate degree in architecture, archaeology, conservation, urban planning, or related discipline. Minimum of 10–15 years combined practical and management experience related to cultural heritage conservation. Post graduate degree in an aspect of cultural heritage conservation and strategic and corporate governance and leadership training. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge and demonstrated experience in the practical conservation of archaeology sites. Experience managing teams and supervising staff. Skill and experience in designing, initiating, and managing projects with multi-disciplinary teams. Must be adaptable, analytical, a positive problem-solver, and a creative thinker. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Experience in working in broad contexts including the international sphere. Must be available for frequent international travel. An ability to read, write, and speak a foreign language is preferred.       An excellent benefits package and salary commensurate with experience will be provided. International candidates welcome. If you have specific questions about the Principal Project Specialist position, please email gcistaffing@getty.edu.   All applicants must apply for this job online (when prompted, select “Create with Resume” or “Create with Online Form”) and upload a cover letter and curriculum vitae in one PDF file (when prompted to “Upload Resume”/”Submit Resume”).   Deadline for applications is May 5, 2017.MAkeinenein 
wiss. mitarbeiter/inGermany:DEMainzUniv. Mainz  Lehre und Forschung5nein24Teilzeit30   2017-2017-2017 https://www.grk-konzepte-mensch-natur.uni-mainz.de/stellenausschreibung-2017/ Stellenausschreibung: 5 Promotionsstellen (wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in, Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L 65%) Das von der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) an der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz eingerichtete Graduiertenkolleg 1876 "Frühe Konzepte von Mensch und Natur: Universalität, Spezifität, Tradierung" hat 5 Promotionsstellen (wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in, Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L 65%) zum 1. Oktober 2017 für zunächst zwei Jahre mit Option auf Verlängerung zu besetzen. Das Graduiertenkolleg wird von den Fachdisziplinen Ägyptologie, Altorientalistik, Vorderasiatische Archäologie, Vor- und Frühgeschichte (Pleistozäne Archäologie), Klassische Archäologie, Klassische Philologie (Gräzistik und Latinistik), Byzantinistik und Germanistische Mediävistik getragen. Das Forschungsprogramm des Graduiertenkollegs verfolgt das Ziel, Konzepte von Mensch und Natur und deren Ursprünge im nordostafrikanischen, vorderasiatischen und europäischen Raum in der Zeit ab 100.000 Jahren v. Chr. bis zum Mittelalter – ausgehend von textuellen, bildlichen und materiellen Quellen – exemplarisch zu erfassen und kulturimmanent wie auch transkulturell zu untersuchen. Dazu werden vier Forschungsschwerpunkte betrachtet: (1) Konzepte von Urzuständen und Urelementen, von Weltentstehung und Weltuntergang; (2) Konzepte von Naturphänomenen, Naturgewalten und Naturkatastrophen; (3) Konzepte von Flora, Fauna und Naturraum; (4) Konzepte vom menschlichen Körper, von Krankheit, Heilung und Tod. Die Dissertationsthemen sind jeweils einem dieser Bereiche und einer Fachdisziplin zuzuordnen. In dieser Ausschreibungsrunde suchen wir Dissertationsvorhaben, die thematisch an bereits im Graduiertenkolleg laufende Dissertationsprojekte anknüpfen, sowie weitere Dissertationsprojekte im Rahmen der vier Forschungsschwerpunkte. Detaillierte Informationen zum Forschungs- und Qualifizierungsprogramm, zu laufenden Dissertationsprojekten sowie zu den einzelnen Fachvertretern/Fachvertreterinnen sind auf der Homepage des Graduiertenkollegs einzusehen. Einstellungsvoraussetzung und Qualifikationsmerkmale:     ein abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium (Master/Magister oder Äquivalent) mit überdurchschnittlicher Qualifikation in einer der oben genannten Disziplinen, mit dem die Anforderungen der Promotionsordnungen der Fachbereiche 05 bzw. 07 der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz erfüllt werden Was wir bieten:     ein strukturiertes Promotionsprogramm     Möglichkeit zum intensiven fachlichen und interdisziplinären Austausch     intensive Betreuung durch zwei Professoren/Professorinnen unterschiedlicher Fachgebiete aus dem Trägerkreis     Mentoring-Programm mit internationalen Kooperationspartnern/Kooperationspartnerinnen     Praktikumsmöglichkeiten in kooperierenden Einrichtungen     Möglichkeit zur Finanzierung eines vierwöchigen Auslandsaufenthalts sowie der Reisekosten zu Vorträgen und Tagungen im In- und Ausland     umfangreiches Angebot zum Erwerb von Schlüsselqualifikationen und Weiterbildungsmaßnahmen     moderner Arbeitsplatz in einem angenehmen Arbeitsumfeld     Möglichkeit zur Bewerbung um eine sechsmonatige Anschubfinanzierung von Nachfolgeprojekten nach erfolgreichem Abschluss der Promotion Was wir erwarten:     Arbeit an der Dissertation mit Fokussierung auf die Thematik des Graduiertenkollegs     wissenschaftliche Weiterqualifikation im Rahmen eines strukturierten Promotionsprogramms     engagierte Mitarbeit im Graduiertenkolleg     Bereitschaft zum interdisziplinären Arbeiten     Präsenz in Mainz     mit Abschluss der dreijährigen Förderung: Promotion an der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz Einzureichende Unterlagen:     Bewerbungsformular (steht auf der Homepage zum Download zur Verfügung)     Motivationsschreiben     tabellarischer Lebenslauf     Qualifizierungszeugnisse (transcript of records; einschließlich Abitur)     dreiseitige Zusammenfassung der Abschlussarbeit     pdf-Datei der Abschlussarbeit     vierseitiges Exposé eines Dissertationsvorhabens (Abstract, Fragestellung, Zielsetzung, Forschungsstand, Methodik, Arbeits- und Zeitplan)     zwei Empfehlungsschreiben von Professoren/Professorinnen zur Bewertung und Einschätzung der bisherigen Studien-leistungen (bitte lassen Sie diese vor Bewerbungsschluss direkt an die Sprecherin senden)     falls bereits vorhanden: Nachweise wissenschaftlicher Aktivitäten (Teilnahme an Tagungen, Publikationen etc.) *** Die Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz ist bestrebt, den Anteil der Frauen im wissenschaftlichen Bereich zu erhöhen und fordert daher Nachwuchswissenschaftlerinnen nachdrücklich auf, sich zu bewerben. Die Universität unterstützt ihre Mitglieder bei der Vereinbarkeit von Beruf und Familie und bietet familienfreundliche Studien- und Arbeitsbedingungen. Menschen mit Behinderung werden bei gleicher Eignung und Befähigung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Es ist empfehlenswert, auf eine evtl. Behinderung bereits in der Bewerbung hinzuweisen. Weitere Informationen zum Bewerbungs- und Auswahlverfahren finden Sie auf der Homepage des Graduiertenkollegs. Bei inhaltlichen Fragen wenden Sie sich bitte an die betreffenden Fachvertreter/Fachvertreterinnen des Graduiertenkollegs. Bei organisatorischen Fragen kontaktieren Sie bitte die Geschäftsstelle. Bewerbungen sind bis 15. Mai 2017 ausschließlich elektronisch (pdf-Format) an die Sprecherin des Graduiertenkollegs, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Tanja Pommerening (grk1876@uni-mainz.de), zu richten.MAAnfängerneinPromotionsstellen
praktikant/inGermany:DEUbstadtverlag regionalkultur  Museum/Vermittlung nein2Vollzeit4036003600 2017-12-31 http://verlag-regionalkultur.de/stellen Wir suchen regelmäßig PraktikantInnen. Gesucht werden StudentInnen mit sehr gutem Sprachgefühl (sicher in Orthografie, Grammatik und Stil) und guten Computerkenntnissen vorzugsweise aus den Studienbereichen:     Geschichtswissenschaften, Archäologie     Germanistik     Philosophie, Theologie Rahmenbedingungen:     Zeitraum: Zwei Monate     40 Stunden/Woche     Vergütung: 300 Euro/Monat Tätigkeitsschwerpunkte:     Redaktion, Lektorat     Vertrieb, Marketing     Versand Bitte senden Sie Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen (Anschreiben, Lebenslauf, Zeugnisse) direkt an Harald Funke.Maturakeinenein 
Grabungsmitarbeiter/innenGermany:DEParsbergADILO  Feldforschung nein Vollzeit    2017-12-31 https://www.adilo-bayern.de/ueber-uns/stellenangebote?option=com_content&view=article&id=132&Itemid=79 Unsere Firma Archäologische Dienstleistungen Loré, kurz ADILO GmbH, hat ihren Sitz in Parsberg, Oberpfalz. Eigentümer und Geschäftsführer ist Friedrich Loré M.A. "sucht laufend"  Grabungsmitarbeiter, studentische Hilfskräfte, Wissenschafter und Grabungstechnker (jeweils m/w)keinekeinenein 
studentische HilfskräfteGermany:DEBayern und SüddeutschlandArcTron  Feldforschung nein Vollzeit    2017-12-31 http://www.arctron.de/de/ueber_arctron/stellenangebote/stellen/studentenjob/ Die Firma ArcTron – Ausgrabungen & Computerdokumentationen GmbH ist seit 1993 erfolgreich als archäologische Fachfirma in Bayern und benachbarten Bundesländern aktiv. Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams suchen wir laufend studentische Hilfskräfte. Ihre Tätigkeit:     Mitarbeit auf archäologischen Ausgrabungen Wenn möglich holt Sie ein Kollege von einem zuvor vereinbarten Treffpunkt ab und bringt Sie zur zugeteilten Baustelle. Projekte werden in Regensburg und Umgebung durchgeführt. Sie arbeiten mit Schaufel und Spaten und helfen nach Einweisung und mit Anleitung von Kollegen bei unterschiedlichen Tätigkeiten bei archäologischen Ausgrabungen mit. Am Ende des Arbeitstages bringt Sie der Kollege wieder zurück zum Treffpunkt. Sie sind nur an bestimmten Tagen verfügbar? Kein Problem. Je nach Projekt können wir Ihren Einsatz auch flexibel zuordnen. Was wir bieten:     Mitwirkung an wissenschaftlich interessanten Projekten     Freundliches, aufgeschlossenes und kollegiales Team     Arbeit im Freien Was Sie mitbringen:     Körperliche Fitness     Flexibilität     Einsatzfreude     Zuverlässigkeit Standort und Bewerbungsanschrift: Wenn Sie sich angesprochen fühlen, möchten wir Sie gerne persönlich kennenlernen. Bitte senden Sie Ihre vollständigen Bewerbungsunterlagen per E-Mail an Johann Bellmer an info(at)arctron.de oder per Post an nachstehende Anschrift: ArcTron – Ausgrabungen & Computerdokumentationen GmbH, Ringstr. 8, 93177 Altenthann (Oberpfalz, Bayern).keinekeinenein 
fieldwork staff various gradesUnited Kingdom:GBEast AngliaWardell Armstron  Feldforschung nein6Vollzeit 2447826186 2017-11-27 www.wardell-armstrong.com/careers https://app.vacancy-filler.co.uk/salescrm/Careers/CareersPage.aspx?e=LMo8nnTwYNa44ylN1lmQds96fWxGCa1DeQgnIwX5ReoAW1C2wR4nSu4oZk2USkYYrqdrlurxaTQ&iframe=True&HideCareersLink=False https://app.vacancy-filler.co.uk/salescrm/Careers/CareersPage.aspx?e=LMo8nnTwYNYahgjegRegl3T1lwoeltqOdpduSAieIWFTGsYtrIteHrvhhYFFJTDwaHedPlqRySI&iframe=True&HideCareersLink=False Site Assistants Reference:     MAY20172973 Expiry date:     15:50, 27 November 2017 Location:     East Anglia Salary:     £21,500 Per Annum Benefits:     Competitve Package Duration:    6 months Site Assistants will be required to carry out the work with instruction from the Supervisor. They should be able to work closely with others as part of a team and have the ability to develop their role through the duration of the project. Experience gained through voluntary work will also be acceptable, but we would expect applicants to have at least 3-6 months relevant experience. Experience of the candidate will be reflected in the salary offered. All candidates are expected to have the following:     Degree level education in a relevant subject or substantial commercial archaeological experience     Experience and understanding of UK commercial archaeological projects     Full UK driving licence and willingness to drive company vehicles preferred     Eligibility to work in the UK     Good communication skills     Awareness of health and safety legislation and its application to archaeological projects     CSCS cards would be preferred but these can be obtained once employed Competitive benefits will be available to the successful candidates. No additional allowances will be available in respect of accommodation or subsistence. ------------------------------------------------- Archaeological Supervisor Reference:     MAY20172998 Expiry date:     17:11, 27 November 2017 Location:     East Anglia Salary:     £23,000 Per Annum Benefits:     Competitive Package Duration:    6 months Supervisors will be able to instruct others as well as take some responsibility for the day-to-day operation of the projects. They should be able to communicate well with others at all levels. They will be expected to supervise tasks, and escalate issues to the Project Officers where necessary. Experience of the candidate will be reflected in the salary offered. All candidates are expected to have the following:     Degree level education in a relevant subject or substantial commercial archaeological experience     Experience and understanding of UK commercial archaeological projects     Full UK driving licence and willingness to drive company vehicles preferred     Eligibility to work in the UK     Good communication skills     Awareness of health and safety legislation and its application to archaeological projects     CSCS cards would be preferred but these can be obtained once employed Competitive benefits will be available to the successful candidates. No additional allowances will be available in respect of accommodation or subsistence.BAwenigja 
professor arch. scienceUnited Kingdom:GBCambridgeCambridge Univ.  Lehre und Forschung1ja Vollzeit    2017-09-22 http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/13780/ George Pitt Rivers Professorship of Archaeological Science The Board of Electors to the George Pitt-Rivers Professorship of Archaeological Science invite applications for this Professorship from persons whose work falls within the general field of the Professorship to take up appointment on 1 October 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter. Candidates will have an outstanding research record of international stature in Archaeological Science, as broadly construed, and one integrated with wider issues in interpretative archaeology. Candidates will be able to demonstrate the intellectual vision, applied experience and enthusiasm to build on current strengths in maintaining a leading research presence for Cambridge in this field, while also demonstrating an appetite for new, transformative approaches to configuring the future shape of Archaeological Science within Cambridge and internationally. They will hold a PhD or equivalent postgraduate qualification. The duties for this Professorship include cutting-edge research and teaching in Archaeological Science, broadly construed, that demonstrates both conceptual breadth and world-class specialist excellence; the ability to build and lead a team of colleagues and research students from across the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology; engagement with laboratory design and equipping; and contributions alongside other senior colleagues to the strategic advancement and leadership of Archaeology at Cambridge. The Professor will be based in Cambridge. A competitive salary will be offered. apply online for this vacancy, you will need to register an account (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form. Further information is available at: https://www.hr.admin.cam.ac.uk/professorships or contact the Human Resources Division, University Offices, The Old Schools, Cambridge, CB2 1TT, (email: ibise@admin.cam.ac.uk). Applications, consisting of a letter of application, a statement of current and future research plans, a curriculum vitae and a publications list, along with details of three referees, should be made online no later than 22 September 2017. Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Cyprian Broodbank, Disney Professor of Archaeology (cb122@cam.ac.uk). Please quote reference JB12236 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy. The University values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity. The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK. Department/Location Department of Archaeology and Anthropology Reference JB12236 Category Professorships/Directorships Published 17 May 2017 Closing date 22 September 2017PhDerfahrennein 
DozenturGermany:DETunis, TunesiaDeutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst  Lehre und Forschung1nein60Vollzeit    2017-07-20 https://www.daad.de/ausland/lehren/dozenten/de/4289-kurz-und-langzeitdozenturen/ https://www.daad.de/ausland/lehren/daadlektoren/de/16886-freie-lektorate-dozenturen-und-sprachassistenzen/?s=1&projektid=57358637&page=1 Deutscher akademischer Austauschdienst Tunesien - Université de Tunis, Faculté des Sciences Humaines et Sociales de Tunis (FSHST) (Langzeitdozentur) Dozenturen Université de Tunis, Faculté des Sciences Humaines et Sociales de Tunis (FSHST), Department d’histoire Fach: Klassische Archäologie Aufgaben     Vorlesungen und Seminare in französischer Sprache in     Klassischer Archäologie für Studierende der Master- und Licence-Studiengänge,mit besonderem Schwerpunkt in allen Feldern der antiken Kunstgeschichte (Skulptur, Bauplastik, Vasenmalerei etc.) im Umfang von 10 SWS     Erstellung und Abnahme von/Teilnahme an Prüfungen     Betreuung von ‚Projets de fin d’études‘ (PFE) und Masterarbeiten     Mitarbeit an Entwicklung von Curricula und Erstellen von Lehrmaterialien     Mitwirkung in akademischen Gremien     Organisation von Workshops und Konferenzen     Beteiligung an Forschungsprojekten und ggf. Neuaufbau von einschlägigen Forschungsvorhaben in Tunesien in Kooperation mit der Universität Tunis und der Abteilung Rom des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts     Regelmäßiger wissenschaftlicher und fachlicher Austausch mit der Abteilung Rom des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts     Vernetzung von regionalen Aktivitäten im Bereich der Archäologie     Pflege und Ausbau der wissenschaftlichen Beziehungen zu deutschen Hochschulen     Studien- und Stipendienberatung     Beteiligung an Informationsveranstaltungen und Mitwirkung an allen Bereichen der Programmarbeit des DAAD-Informationszentrums Tunis     Organisation und Durchführung von kulturellen Veranstaltungen Voraussetzungen     Promotion in Klassischer Archäologie     ausgewiesene Leistungen in Forschung und Lehre sowie Erfahrungen in der Einwerbung von Drittmitteln     Regionalexpertise, nachgewiesen durch Forschungsaufenthalte in der Region bzw. eigene Forschungen im Kontext Maghreb     ausgezeichnete Sprachkenntnisse in Französisch, mind. Niveau B2     interkulturelle Kompetenz     hohe Flexibilität und Belastbarkeit Bewerber müssen die Staatsbürgerschaft eine EU-Mitgliedstaates besitzen und in das deutsche Wisssenschaftssystem integriert sein. Beginn 01.10.2017 oder 01.01.2018 Dauer mindestens 2 Jahre, höchstens 5 Jahre Ansprechpartner/in Frau Becher, Referat ST33, becher@daad.de Bewerbung Bewerbungsschluss ist der 20. Juli 2017. Zu einer vollständigen Bewerbung gehören:     Bewerbungsformular (integrativer Bestandteil der Online Bewerbung über das DAAD-Portal)     Darstellung des wissenschaftlichen und beruflichen Werdegangs     Publikationsliste     Liste der bislang durchgeführten Lehrveranstaltungen     unbeglaubigte Kopien von Zeugnissen und Urkunden (Staatsexamen, Diplom, Magister, Promotion, Habilitation, Berufungen)     Passbild     Begründung für Ihr Interesse an der jeweiligen Langzeitdozentur (Gastprofessur) Beachten Sie bitte, dass alle Ihre persönlichen Bewerbungsunterlagen in elektronischer Form als PDF-Dateien vorliegen müssen, damit diese im Online-Bewerbungsverfahren zusammen mit dem Bewerbungsformular über das DAAD-Portal eingereicht werden können. Das für Ihre Bewerbung vorgesehene Bewerbungsformular wird Ihnen während des Online-Bewerbungsverfahrens im DAAD-Portal automatisch bereitgestellt. Die Auswahl erfolgt im Rahmen eines persönlichen Vorstellungsgesprächs durch einen Fachgutachterausschuss des DAAD in Bonn. Sofern die Gasthochschule einen Vertreter zur Auswahlsitzung entsendet, ist dieser in vollem Umfang stimmberechtigt. Eine Entscheidung für eine Vermittlung kann nicht gegen das Votum der ausländischen Gasthochschule gefällt werden. Falls es für die Gastprofessur eine so große Zahl an Bewerbern gibt, dass nicht alle zu einem Gespräch eingeladen werden können, erfolgt eine Vorauswahl durch Professoren des Fachgutachterausschusses und der jeweiligen Gasthochschule. Die Ausschreibung steht unter dem Vorbehalt, dass die dem DAAD von den Geldgebern in Aussicht gestellten Haushaltsmittel zur Verfügung gestellt werden können. Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Bewerbung.PhDerfahrenneinAchtung: unterschiedliche Kriterien je nach Bewerbers Herkunftsland! Bewerber müssen die Staatsbürgerschaft eine EU-Mitgliedstaates besitzen und in das deutsche Wisssenschaftssystem integriert sein. Arbeitssprache französisch
lecturer archaeologyUnited Kingdom:GBCambridgeUniv. of Cambridge  Lehre und Forschung2nein12Teilzeit184464356479 2017-07-16 http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/14028/ http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/14026/ Temporary Lecturer in Archaeology (Part Time, Fixed Term) The Department of Archaeology and Anthropology is seeking to appoint to a one-year Temporary Lectureship in Archaeology, working part-time at 0.5 FTE, from 1 September 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter. The Temporary Lectureship will be based in the Division of Archaeology. The successful candidate will have good experience of teaching at undergraduate level and will be responsible for teaching and assessing the core first year paper A2: Archaeology in Action as part of the new Archaeology Tripos to be launched in October 2017. The successful candidate will coordinate and lead teaching on the first year paper A2: Archaeology in Action in 2017-18 and will contribute teaching on other core papers in Archaeology at undergraduate and MPhil level including papers on archaeological method and theory. A2: Archaeology in Action gives first year students a comprehensive introduction to the methods and practices involved in archaeological field and laboratory research. This course is made up of a combination of taught lectures, practicals and fieldtrips. The successful candidate would deliver these and work closely with colleagues who contribute specialist lectures to the course. The A2 course covers approaches to surveying and mapping landscapes, the reconstruction of the environment in the past, and the investigation of human life-ways in settlements. The course also introduces the work that takes place after excavation, particularly the investigation of time and dating, and also looking at the analysis of different types of artefacts, including material culture of various types, plant remains, animal remains and human remains. The role holder will be asked to contribute to the Department's recruitment and outreach work, attracting the next generation of students to Archaeology, and will be expected to contribute to departmental meetings and committees as appropriate. Candidates will need to show evidence of the following qualifications, skills and experience:     Good first degree and a doctorate in a relevant subject area (or clear evidence that completion of such a doctorate is imminent)     Evidence of ability to teach the subject effectively at Undergraduate and Masters level with an emphasis on archaeological method and theory.     Ability to play an effective role in the life and work of the Department     Ability to work as part of a team Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for one-year, part time at 0.5 FTE, in the first instance with potential scope for extension for one or two further years subject to funding circumstances. To apply online for this vacancy, the University's Web Recruitment System, where you will need to register an account (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form. Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Cameron Petrie (e-mail: cap59@cam.ac.uk). Closing date: Sunday, 16 July 2017 Interview dates: Thursday, 27 July 2017 Please quote reference JB12465 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy. The University values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity. The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK. Department/Location Department of Archaeology and Anthropology Salary £39,324-£49,772 pro rata Reference JB12465 Category Academic Published 13 June 2017 Closing date 16 July 2017 ----------------------------------------------------------- Temporary Lecturer in South Asian Archaeology (Part Time, Fixed Term) The Department of Archaeology and Anthropology is seeking to appoint to a one-year Temporary Lectureship in South Asian Archaeology, working part-time at 0.5 FTE, from 1 September 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter. The Temporary Lectureship will be based in the Division of Archaeology. The successful candidate will have good experience of teaching at undergraduate and graduate level and will be responsible for co-ordinating, teaching and assessing the Department's undergraduate paper, Ancient South Asia II: Early Historic Cities of South Asia and MPhil paper G9: Ancient South Asia. These papers introduce students to the formation and transformation of the cities, states and empires of Early Historic South Asia. They span the period from c. 800 BC to c. AD 500 and focus on themes such as urbanism and secondary state formation, collapse of civilisations the role of craft specialisation and production, art and iconography, and trade networks. The successful candidate will have a good knowledge of these themes and the archaeological evidence for settlement, socio-economic and political structures, craft technology the nature and significance of regional variation in the region. The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute to teaching on other papers coordinated by colleagues in Archaeology at undergraduate and MPhil level. The role holder will be asked to contribute to the Department's recruitment and outreach work, attracting the next generation of students to Archaeology, and will be expected to contribute to departmental meetings and committees as appropriate. Candidates will need to show evidence of the following qualifications, skills and experience:     Good first degree and a doctorate in a relevant subject area (or clear evidence that completion of such a doctorate is imminent)     Evidence of ability to teach the subject effectively, and at all relevant levels     Ability to play an effective role in the life and work of the Department     Ability to work as part of a team Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for one-year, part time at 0.5 FTE, in the first instance with potential scope for extension for one or two further years subject to funding circumstances. To apply online for this vacancy, University's Web Recruitment System, where you will need to register an account (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form. Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Cameron Petrie (e-mail: cap59@cam.ac.uk). Closing date: Sunday, 16 July 2017 Interview dates: Thursday, 27 July 2017 Please quote reference JB12466 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy. The University values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity. The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK. Department/Location Department of Archaeology and Anthropology Salary £39,324-£49,772 pro rata Reference JB12466 Category Academic Published 13 June 2017 Closing date 16 July 2017PhDwenignein 
volontariatGermany:DEHildesheimRoemer und Pelizaeus Museum  Museum/Vermittlung1nein24Vollzeit 1440016800 2017-07-12 http://www.rpmuseum.de/ Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum Fon +49 (0)5121 9369 0 Hildesheim, 12.06.2017 Stellenangebot Das Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum (RPM) ist ein klassisch ausgerichtetes kulturgeschichtliches und naturkundliches Museum. Zusammen mit dem Stadtmuseum Hildesheim verfügt es in seinen verschiedenen Abteilungen über außerordentlich kostbare und bedeutende Sammlungen aus allen Kontinenten der Welt. Es ist ein Museum, das aufgrund der gewachsenen Vielfalt (Naturkunde, Ethnologie, Kulturanthropologie, antike Kulturgeschichte, Kunstgeschichte, Stadt- und Regionalgeschichte sowie moderne und zeitgenössische Kunst) einen besonderen Stellenwert in der Museumslandschaft Deutschlands einnimmt und außerdem für seine Sonderausstellungen, wissenschaftlichen Projekte sowie zahlreiche Kooperationen national und international bekannt ist. Zum 1. September 2017 wird eine Volontärin/ ein Volontär mit den Schwerpunkten Barrierefreiheit und Inklusion im Kulturbereich eingestellt. Der Arbeitsplatz, in Kooperation mit der Diakonie Himmelsthür, ist im RPM verortet und wird von der „Aktion Mensch“ finanziell gefördert. Die Stelle ist auf 2 Jahre befristet und wird mit 1200 € brutto vergütet. Ihre Aufgaben: Mithilfe bei der  Umsetzung von Maßnahmen zur Barrierefreiheit im Rahmen des neu eingerichteten Kooperationsprojekts von RPM und Diakonie  Kontaktaufnahme mit entsprechenden Firmen, Bearbeitung der Angebote, Betreuung der Arbeiten etc.  Erstellung von barrierefreien Printmedien (Flyern etc.)  Mitarbeit bei der Durchführung inklusiver museumspädagogischer Programme  Begleitung von projektbezogenen Treffen/ Netzwerkarbeit  Entwicklung weiterer Schritte hinsichtlich Barrierefreiheit in Bezug auf die Ausstellungen des RPM  Organisation einer Fachtagung als Projektabschluss Ihr Profil  Sie haben ein abgeschlossenes Hochschul- oder Fachhochschulstudium (Diplom, Master oder Magister) in der Studienrichtung Kulturwissenschaften, Sozialpädagogik oder Soziale Arbeit  Sie verfügen über erste Erfahrungen im Bereich kultureller und sozialer Arbeit bzw. Inklusion  Sie besitzen Kenntnisse in MS-Office sowie in gängigen Bildbearbeitungs- und Grafikprogrammen  Sie sind flexibel, teamfähig, kreativ und verfügen über hohe Einsatzbereitschaft  Die Arbeit für Menschen mit Behinderungen ist Ihnen ein besonderes Anliegen  Fremdsprachenkompetenz Unser Angebot  Eine interessante und abwechslungsreiche Tätigkeit, die Ihnen einen guten Einstieg in das Berufsleben ermöglicht  Die Chance, an einem international renommierten Haus in Vernetzung von 2 Hildesheimer Institutionen im Bereich der kulturellen und sozialen Arbeit tätig zu sein und so ihr berufliches Profil zu erweitern sowie in ein gut funktionierendes Netzwerk integriert zu werden. Haben Sie Interesse und möchten sich bewerben? Ihre Bewerbung richten Sie bitte bis spätestens 12.07.2017 per E-Mail in einer zusammenhängenden PDF-Datei an r.jebing@rpmuseum.de oder auf dem Postweg an: Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Rainer Jebing, Am Steine 1-2, 31134 HildesheimMAAnfängernein 
HER officerUnited Kingdom:GBWelshpoolCPAT  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit 2832832300 2017-07-09 http://www.cpat.org.uk/ www.archaeologists.net/jistkeinewenigjaCIfA membership Welsh language skills
masters studentshipUnited Kingdom:GBBradfordUniv. of Bradford and AHRC  Stipendien1nein36Vollzeit 1024910249 2017-07-07 http://www.bradford.ac.uk/fees-and-financial-support/university-scholarships-and-support/info/archaeology-studentship-2017-18 http://www.bradford.ac.uk/life-sciences/arch-sci/index.php/ Fully funded Archaeology studentship Full-time: available Part-time: not available Prospective students: available Current students: not available Entry year: 2017/18 Undergraduate: not available Postgraduate taught: available Postgraduate research: not available 1 scholarship available    Application deadline: 7 July 2017 About the scholarship One Master's Studentship Award for students starting their course in September 2017. The award, linked to the AHRC Heritage Consortium, will provide funding to a high quality applicant. The funding will allow you to focus on developing high level skills and competencies for research and professional practice. The studentship, valued at £8,933, will cover the course fee and provide an attractive maintenance award subject to eligibility criteria. Eligibility criteria To be considered for the studentship you must satisfy the following eligibility criteria, which include a minimum of an upper second class honours degree or above. The award is aligned to standard wording in the AHRC student funding guide. Students from EU countries other than the UK would be restricted to tuition fees only and no maintenance award. Non-EU students are not eligible for this funding. Please note, in order to be considered for a studentship you must first apply to the University for admission to an appropriate programme of study. Applicable courses The award can be used to fund a place on any of our full-time Master's courses:     MSc Archaeological Sciences     MSc Forensic Archaeology and Crime Scene Investigation     MSc Human Osteology and Palaeopathology Eligible countries Payment amount & frequency The studentship valued at £8,933, will cover the course fee and provide an attractive maintenance award subject to eligibility criteria. The award is aligned to standard wording in the AHRC student funding guide. Students from EU countries other than the UK would be restricted to tuition fees only and no maintenance award. Non-EU students are not eligible for this funding. How to apply In your covering letter please provide details of your undergraduate degree award and identify the programme of study you wish to take, providing a clear case for support (max 500 words) for the funding that you are applying for. Please pay particular attention to how the studentship would help you to realise your career goals. Ensure you have given careful thought as to how you would envisage conducting dissertation research that would contribute to the Heritage theme. Applicants must first apply to the University for admission to the appropriate programme (see above). A covering letter should then be sent to Yvonne Western Y.Western@bradford.ac.uk. Academic enquires can be directed to Programme Managers, or Dr Karina Croucher k.croucher@bradford.ac.uk. Closing date: 7 July 2017.BAkeinenein 
Volontär/in Fachbereich ArchäologieGermany:DEKamenzMuseum der Westlausitz  Museum/Vermittlung1nein24Vollzeit    2017-07-07 www.museum-westlausitz.de Ausschreibung Das Museum der Westlausitz Kamenz ist eine interdisziplinäre Einrichtung und beherbergt Sammlungen zur Geologie, Archäologie, Paläontologie, Zoologie und Botanik. Als Landschaftskundemuseum beschäftigen wir uns mit der Dokumentation und Präsentation der landschaftlichen und siedlungsgeschichtlichen Entwicklung der westlichen Oberlausitz. Dabei ist es uns wichtig, Forschung transparent und wissenschaftliche Arbeit erlebbar zu gestalten. Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams suchen wir zum 01.08.2017 eine/n Volontär/in für den Fachbereich Archäologie Ihre Aufgaben: - Assistent der Museumsleitung - Mitarbeit bei der Betreuung der vor- und frühgeschichtlichen Sammlung - Unterstützung der Bodendenkmalpflege und Betreuung der ehrenamtlichen Denkmalpfleger des Landkreises Bautzen - Unterstützung im Bereich Pädagogik und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit - Mitarbeit an Sonderausstellungskonzepten Wir erwarten: - ein abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium der Vor- und Frühgeschichte oder eines benachbarten archäologischen Faches - Bereitschaft zur interdisziplinären Arbeit - engagiertes und selbständiges Arbeiten - Führerschein Klasse B und Bereitschaft zum Führen des Dienstfahrzeugs Von Vorteil sind: - Kenntnisse des Neolithikums und der Bronzezeit - praktische Erfahrungen in Museum, Forschung oder Ausgrabung Die Stelle ist auf zwei Jahre befristet. Bewerbungsfristende: 07.07.2017 Gehalt: Anwärterbezüge für den höheren Verwaltungsdienst Frauen werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufgefordert. Behinderte werden bei gleicher Eignung bevorzugt berücksichtigt. Die im Zusammenhang mit der Bewerbung entstehenden Kosten werden vom Landratsamt Bautzen nicht übernommen. Ansprechpartner: Friederike Koch-Heinrichs und Sabine Kuhlmann, Tel. 03578/ 7879410 Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen senden Sie bitte an: Museum der Westlausitz Macherstraße 140 01917 KamenzBAAnfängerjaBitte beachten: "abgeschlossenes Studium" nicht spezifiziert ob BA oder höher
lecturer classical studiesUnited Kingdom:GBMilton KeynesOU  Lehre und Forschung1nein12Vollzeit 4477153430 2017-07-05 http://www.open.ac.uk/about/employment/vacancies/baron-thyssen-lecturer-classical-studies-13708 Baron Thyssen Lecturer in Classical Studies Unit: Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FASS) Salary: £39,324 to £46,924 Location: Milton Keynes Please quote reference: 13708 Temporary contract for 12 months - post available from 1 September 2017 Closing Date: 5 July, 2017 - 12:00 We are seeking to recruit a colleague to join our team of academics within the Discipline of Classical Studies. You will be expected to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, supporting and leading teams responsible for the production, presentation, assessment and quality assurance of Classical Studies modules and for the interdisciplinary modules to which Classical Studies contributes.  In particular, you will support the teaching of A340 The Roman Empire as well as other Classical Studies and/or Level 1 modules, depending on expertise. Other duties may include developing a programme of outreach activities and teaching resources to promote Classical Studies in schools. You will also be an active researcher with planned research outputs for the next REF. You will have a PhD in Classics, Classical Studies, Ancient History, Classical Archaeology or a related subject. The Faculty has a strong commitment to collective working in teaching and scholarship, and to the career development of new and existing staff. Email: FASS-Recruitment@open.ac.uk An application form and job related information are available from the links located below. For detailed information and how to apply go to www3.open.ac.uk/employment, email FASS-Recruitment@open.ac.uk quoting the reference number. The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 1 of 7 Job Related Information This document includes information about the role for which you are applying and the information you will need to provide with your application. 1. Role Details Vacancy reference 13708 Job title: Baron Thyssen Lecturer in Classical Studies Reports to: Head of School Salary: £39,324 to £46,924 per annum Terms and conditions: Academic Grade AC3 Duration of post: Available from 1 September 2017 for 12 months Working hours: 37 hours per week Location: Walton Hall, Milton Keynes Closing date: Noon on Wednesday 5 July 2017 Type of application form accepted: Long application (see section 7 for more details) Number of referees required: 3 Unit recruitment contact: The Recruitment Assistant, email FASS-Recruitment@open.ac.uk The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 2 of 7 2. Summary of duties The Post The person appointed will be a Central Academic member of staff based within the School of Art History, Classical Studies, English & Creative Writing, Music in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) at The Open University, Milton Keynes. He or she will contribute to the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching of the School, supporting and leading teams responsible for the production, presentation, assessment and quality assurance of Classical Studies modules and for the interdisciplinary modules to which the School contributes. In particular, he or she will be expected to contribute to the teaching of A340 The Roman Empire as well as other Classical Studies and/or Level 1 modules, depending on expertise. Other duties may include developing a programme of outreach activities and teaching resources to promote Classical Studies in schools. The successful candidate will also be an active researcher with planned research outputs for the next REF. Job Specification The person appointed will be expected to contribute to the teaching and administration of the School, Faculty and University in the following ways: Teaching  Contribute to teams producing, maintaining and updating Classical Studies modules and qualifications  Support student learning activity through the preparation of assessment materials and participation in Quality Assurance and examination processes Research  Engage actively in research and produce high quality research outputs including work of international standard  Contribute to activities and events complementary to on-going research in the School and Faculty Outreach  Contribute to the organisation of outreach activities and events which promote Classical Studies 3. Person specification Requirements (E = Essential/ D = Desirable) Education, qualifications and training Essential:  A PhD in Classics, Classical Studies, Ancient History, Classical Archaeology or a related subject Knowledge, work and other relevant experience Essential:  A profile of teaching excellence in the culture, literature, archaeology and/or history of ancient Rome and/or its empire  the ability and readiness to contribute to the production, maintenance and updating of The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 3 of 7 Classical Studies modules and/or the Faculty’s Level 1 Arts interdisciplinary curriculum  An understanding of the latest pedagogical techniques for teaching Classical Studies in HE, including the issues involved in supporting and delivering distance learning programmes  Potential for research excellence in any area of Classical Studies. This should demonstrate the ability to produce work of sufficient quality to be included in future REF exercises  The ability to contribute to raising the profile of Classical Studies e.g. through outreach and dissemination activities  The ability to communicate ideas effectively, both orally and in writing to a variety of audiences  Efficiency and organisation skills, including the ability to work to deadlines Desirable:  A proven track record of teaching Latin, especially to beginner students  Experience of teaching at a range of levels in Classical Studies  Experience of working with and/or producing distance-teaching materials  Experience of using and/or developing multimedia teaching materials  An interdisciplinary approach in teaching, with a willingness to think across genre/subject boundaries  Research expertise which aligns with the research areas of current staff of Classical Studies at the OU  Experience of additional research activity (e.g. research impact activities, bidding for funding) appropriate for career stage  A proven track record of being able to work collaboratively with others Personal abilities and qualities Essential:  A commitment to equal opportunities policies and practices  A commitment to Open University values  Evidence of being able to work in teams 4. Role specific requirements e.g. Shift working None The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 4 of 7 5. About the unit The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) The Faculty is the largest and most diverse at The Open University, with over 65,000 students studying our courses with excellent completion rates and consistently outstanding student satisfaction ratings. Noted for the strength of our interdisciplinary approaches, our scholars of international standing teach and research a very wide range of topics and themes in specific subject areas, recognized as world class or internationally excellent in the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) in 2014, and having a direct and profound influence on our undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. The Faculty is organised into four Schools:  School of Psychology  School of Politics, Philosophy, Economics, Development, Geography  School of History, Religious Studies, Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology  School of Art History, Classical Studies, English & Creative Writing, Music Students are supported by three Student Support Teams. These teams offer specialist study support to students undertaking our qualifications across the University. Members of academic staff, including regional academics, form part of these teams in sustaining and improving student progression and retention. The Faculty works closely with important organizations and institutions in the UK and other parts of the world in a range of validated partnerships and collaborations. Engaged in world-class, agenda setting research tackling the most difficult challenges facing us in the 21st Century, with work in numerous subject-based and interdisciplinary research groups and projects. With c.1800 members of staff comprising academics, associate lecturers, support staff and full-time research students working across the locations of the University, combining originality and innovation in research and curriculum, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is a vibrant and exciting place to study and work. To find out more about the Faculty’s teaching, learning and research, please visit: http://fass.open.ac.uk/. Classical Studies Classical Studies has been one of the fastest-growing Classics groupings in the country. From a staff of three when it first became a separate department in 1993, we now have fourteen academic staff. Teaching We teach Classical Studies to over 2,000 students a year at undergraduate level. The BA (Hons) Classical Studies was introduced in 2014. At level 1 Classical Studies is represented in the module The Arts Past and Present (AA100) by three areas of study: Cleopatra, Roman leisure and the relationship of Seamus Heaney's play The Burial at Thebes to Sophocles' Antigone. Voices, Texts and Material Culture (A105) also includes material from Classical Studies. The School offers three interdisciplinary modules in classical civilisation. Exploring the Classical World (A219) is a ‘gateway module’ at level 2, designed to introduce students to key themes and questions in the study of both Greece and Rome. Myth in the Greek and Roman Worlds (A330) is a level 3 module, as is The Roman Empire (A340) which presented for the first time in October 2015. Currently the successor to A219 is being written for first presentation in 2018, and both of the Level 1 modules will also shortly be replaced. In addition, the School offers students the opportunity to study ancient languages. There are currently modules for beginners in both Latin (A276) and Greek (A275). Both of these combine the teaching of language and literature in translation. Our language modules have attracted large numbers of students, making the School a The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 5 of 7 leading national provider of teaching in Latin and ancient Greek. The School also runs an MA programme in Classical Studies consisting of a postgraduate foundation module, a subject module on the ancient body, and a dissertation which allows students to pursue their interests and facilitate the transition to PhD work. These modules, unlike our undergraduate modules, are delivered entirely online. There are currently around 140 students taking the MA. Most of our modules are designed for a life of ten or twelve years, subject to regular review and adaptation. They carry either 60 or, in the case of the second part of the MA, 120 credit points. Research The School has a strong research culture and seeks to support, maintain and develop the research for which it is both nationally and internationally recognised. In REF2014, the quality profile determined that 10% of our research in Classical Studies was world leading, 40% internationally excellent, 45% internationally recognized and 5% nationally recognised. External research income has risen in the last census period, and the School aims to grow further here, where appropriate in collaboration with external partners and other institutions. Our membership of CHASE (Consortium for the Humanities and the Arts Southeast England) has provided new opportunities for such collaboration. This is a partnership of seven HEIs (Courtauld Institute of Art, Goldsmiths, University of London, the Open University, and the Universities of East Anglia, Essex, Kent and Sussex) which aspires to promote excellence in research, postgraduate research training and knowledge exchange in the Arts & Humanities. Currently two of the Classical Studies PhD students are funded by CHASE. Our research is focused in five clusters: Greek and Roman Material Culture; Ancient and Modern Reception of Classical Antiquity; The Ancient Body; Spatial Classics; and Greek and Latin Texts. The overlapping membership of the clusters facilitates synergies between individual and group research. Over the next few years, we aim to develop these five areas, as well as links between them, to support both individual and collective research. The clusters feed not only into the broader Faculty research themes in Arts – currently Colonial and Postcolonial Policing; Cross-Cultural Identities; Digital Humanities; The Ferguson Centre for African and Asian Studies; Harm & Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC); Literature and Music; Material and Visual Cultures; Medieval and Early Modern; Romantic Period – but also into the taught curriculum. The School holds regular subject seminars and research conferences and aims to provide an ambitious, flexible and supportive environment for postgraduate study. Research student numbers and completions have increased since REF2014. At present there are 15 research students working in Classical Studies. Most of our research students study part-time. For more information about the subject area, please visit our website at: http://www.open.ac.uk/Arts/ classical-studies/index.shtml. 6. How to obtain more information about the role or application process If you would like to discuss the particulars of this role before making an application please email Dr Valerie Hope: valerie.hope@open.ac.uk. If you have any questions regarding the application process please contact the Recruitment Assistant, email: FASS-Recruitment@open.ac.uk. The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 6 of 7 7. The application process and where to send completed applications Please ensure that your application reaches the University by: Noon on Wednesday 5 July 2017. Applications received after the closing date will not be accepted. Your application should include:  A completed application form (long version)  A covering letter in which you set out precisely the evidence of how you meet the person specification (addressing each element in turn) and what you can bring to this post  A curriculum vitae that includes details of academic qualifications, teaching, management and research experience, grants received and publications Post it to: The Recruitment Assistant Department/Unit: Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (FASS) Address: Room 140, Briggs Building The Open University Walton Hall Milton Keynes Post Code: MK7 6AA Or e-mail your application to: FASS-Recruitment@open.ac.uk 8. Selection process and date of interview The interview panel will be chaired by: TBC The other members of the interview panel will be: TBC The interviews will take place: Late July 2017 The selection process for this post will include The selection process for this post will include applicants being asked to submit a sample of research prior to the interview, and to analyse a short written teaching exercise on the day of interview. This material will be discussed with the applicant as part of the interview process. The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 7 of 7 We will let you know as soon as possible after the closing date whether you have been shortlisted for interview. Further details on the selection process will also be sent to shortlisted candidates.PhDerfahrennein 
archaeologistsUnited Kingdom:GBEnglandheadland archaeology  Feldforschung ja Vollzeit 2178245858 2017-07-03 http://www.headlandarchaeology.com/careers/current-vacancies/ LOCATION: HEADLAND SOUTH & EAST (SILSOE, LUTON) CLOSING DATE: MONDAY 3RD JULY 2017 SALARY: £30,000 TO £40,000 DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE CONTRACT TYPE: PERMANENT APPLICATION REF.: MGR-SE-0517 Do you have what it takes to be a Project Manager with Headland? Based in the South & East office in Wrest Park, Silsoe, this is a great opportunity to join a progressive and growing company that balances exciting archaeological projects with a business-like approach to project management, clients and careers. The position will involve preparation of tenders and the running of both field and office-based projects. You will be expected to use your archaeological experience to advise clients and to support colleagues as projects progress. The sort of person we’d like to employ would need:     a desire to learn, develop and lead, underpinned by a good knowledge of British Archaeology and UK planning legislation;     a proven track record in commercial archaeology;     the ability to manage and develop field and specialist teams, and taking projects through to publication;     an appetite for working closely with clients.   The team you will join The team at Silsoe comprises 25 core staff with many presently working on the massive A14 Improvement Scheme, Cambridgeshire (along with 70+ fixed-term staff). We are also working on the Thames Tideway Tunnel project in London, and there will be opportunities for involvement in these and a whole raft of other projects which are currently in the pipeline. The company is passionate about archaeology and very focused on training, so not only can you expect to receive training but our managers are encouraged to get involved with the development of junior staff. This year will see the appointment of a full-time training officer to facilitate this process. It’s not all about work The drive up the formal drive past Wrest Park country house provides a great start to the morning. Parking is not a problem and the numerous walks, cafes and the grounds themselves provide a fantastic environment in which to work. Location Silsoe itself is well situated and a short commute from towns like Bedford, Luton, Hitchin, Letchworth, Cambridge and Milton Keynes. The nearest stations are Flitwick and Arlesey which will get you into Central London in 45 mins or onto the East Coast Rail line. There are many other benefits to working with Headland such as support in joining CIfA and paying membership dues, an annual bonus scheme and a good company pension plan – see Headland Careers. Applicants must hold a clean driving licence and membership of the CIfA is preferred. Informal inquiries concerning the role can be made to Michael Tierney, Regional Manager, South & East – 01525 861 578. Please send CV and covering letter by email quoting reference number MGR-SE-0517 to jobs@headlandarchaeology.com. Applications must include the contact details of at least two referees. +++++++++++++++++++++ LOCATION: HEADLAND SOUTH & EAST (SILSOE, LUTON) CLOSING DATE: MONDAY 3RD JULY 2017 SALARY: £24,000 TO £26,000 DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE CONTRACT TYPE: PERMANENT APPLICATION REF.: PO-SE-0517 Good Project Officers are one of the linch-pins of our business; if you’re up for the challenge, we’d like to get you on board. Based in the South & East office in Wrest Park, Silsoe, this is a great opportunity to join a progressive and growing company engaged with a constant stream of exciting archaeological projects. You will be expected to undertake a variety of archaeological investigations including field-based surveys, evaluations and excavations as well as office-based research, analysis and reporting up to publication level. The ideal candidates should be able to demonstrate both experience and enthusiasm and a willingness to participate in company initiatives. As a completely independent commercial company there is plenty of scope to utilise existing skills, discover new ones and develop strengths you perhaps didn’t realise you had. You will encounter numerous opportunities for personal development and promotion. The successful candidates should expect to receive from Headland:     Continuous support from a proactive management team     Training in specific archaeological & other skills     Periodic additional payments by way of company bonus scheme   Other benefits include:     A monthly clothing allowance     Contribution to pension scheme     Subscription to the CIfA     Paid subsistence and travel time on field projects   The team you will join The team at Silsoe comprises 25 core staff with many presently working on the massive A14 Improvement Scheme, Cambridgeshire (along with 70+ fixed-term staff). We are also working on the Thames Tideway Tunnel project in London, and there will be opportunities for involvement in these and a whole raft of other projects which are currently in the pipeline. The company is passionate about archaeology and very focused on training, so not only can you expect to receive training but our project officers are encouraged to get involved with the development of junior staff. This year will see the appointment of a full-time training officer to facilitate this process.   It’s not all about work The drive up the formal drive past Wrest Park country house provides a great start to the morning. Parking is not a problem and the numerous walks, cafes and the grounds themselves provide a fantastic environment in which to work.   Location Silsoe itself is well situated and a short commute from towns like Bedford, Luton, Hitchin, Letchworth, Cambridge and Milton Keynes. The nearest stations are Flitwick and Arlesey which will get you into Central London in 45 mins or onto the East Coast Rail line. There are many other benefits to working with Headland such as support in joining CIfA and paying membership dues, an annual bonus scheme and a good company pension plan – see Headland Careers. Applicants must hold a clean driving licence and membership of the CIfA is preferred. Informal inquiries concerning the role can be made to Michael Tierney, Regional Manager, South & East – 01525 861 578. Send CV and covering letter by email quoting reference number PO-SE-0517 to jobs@headlandarchaeology.com. Applications must include the contact details of at least two referees. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ LOCATION: HEADLAND MIDLANDS & WEST (HEREFORD) CLOSING DATE: MONDAY 3RD JULY 2017 SALARY: £23,000 TO £26,000 DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE CONTRACT TYPE: PERMANENT APPLICATION REF.: PO-MW-0617 Good Project Officers are one of the linch-pins of our business; if you’re up for the challenge, we’d like to get you on board. Based in the Midlands & West office in Hereford, this is a great opportunity to join a progressive and growing company engaged with a constant stream of exciting archaeological projects. As a completely independent commercial company there is plenty of scope to utilise existing skills, discover new ones and develop strengths you perhaps didn’t realise you had. You will encounter numerous opportunities for personal development and promotion.   The successful candidates should expect to receive from Headland:     Continuous support from a proactive management team     Training in specific archaeological & other skills     Periodic additional payments by way of company bonus scheme   Other benefits include:     A monthly clothing allowance     Contribution to pension scheme     Subscription to the CIfA     Paid subsistence and travel time on field projects   Key skills requirements You will be expected to undertake a variety of archaeological investigations including field-based surveys, evaluations and excavations as well as office-based research, analysis and reporting up to publication level. The ideal candidates should be able to demonstrate both experience and enthusiasm and a willingness to participate in company initiatives.   The following criteria are essential:     Degree level education in a relevant subject or substantial practical experience     Driving licence and willingness to drive company vehicles     Substantial archaeological field work experience on sites of various periods and types     Experience of supervising and managing medium to large sized teams     Experience and understanding of UK commercial archaeology     Ability to carry out manual work in an outdoor environment in all weather     Good organisational skills     Ability to use own initiative     Use of Microsoft Office packages   The team you will join The team at Hereford comprises 13 core staff and is intending to grow! We are working on an exciting and very varied range of projects across Wales, the West Midlands and the South West. In particular we are looking forward later this summer to a major urban excavation in the Birmingham area, to a major prehistoric excavation in Wiltshire, and involvement in high profile national infrastructure schemes. The company is passionate about archaeology and very focused on training, so not only can you expect to receive training but our project officers are encouraged to get involved with the development of junior staff. This year has already seen the appointment of a full-time training officer to facilitate this process.   It’s not all about work The Hereford office can trace its roots back to the early 1970s, and one of the original rescue archaeology Excavation Committees. Established as part of Headland in 2009 our new office is located within the site of a former WWII munitions factory over-looked by an Iron Age hill fort. It is housed in a modern office/warehouse complex. We have redesigned the interior to provide a mixture of office, meeting space and staff rest area alongside a finds and soil processing suite with plentiful car parking outside. The city centre is about 10–15 minutes’ drive away or 10 minutes’ cycle ride.   Location Hereford is one of only five statutorily designated areas of archaeological importance in the country. Boasting continuous occupation from the 7th Century to present, it has well preserved Saxon and Medieval defences with a superb medieval cathedral at its centre. There are good sports and gym facilities in the city (including a leisure pool and climbing wall) as well as a wide variety of outdoor pursuits clubs covering climbing, sub-aqua, triathlon etc. It has a thriving nightlife with many late bars and clubs and a regular calendar of family-friendly festivals and events. Hereford is located on the main line between Newport (South Wales) and Manchester. Cardiff is about an hour’s journey away by train, Worcester about 45 minutes. There are also some direct trains to London (3 hours). There are bus services running from local towns, although Leominster and Ledbury are both connected by rail to Hereford. A car is useful for exploring the wider countryside, the office is located about half an hour from the M50. There are many other benefits to working with Headland such as support in joining CIfA and paying membership dues, an annual bonus scheme and a good company pension plan – see Why join Headland Applicants must hold a clean driving licence and membership of the CIfA is preferred. Informal inquiries concerning the role can be made to Mike Kimber, Regional Contracting Manager, Midlands & West – 01432 364 906. Send CV and covering letter by email quoting reference number PO-MW-0617 to jobs@headlandarchaeology.com. Applications must include the contact details of at least two referees. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ LOCATION: HEADLAND MIDLANDS & WEST (HEREFORD) CLOSING DATE: MONDAY 3RD JULY 2017 2017 SALARY: £19,000 TO £22,000 DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE CONTRACT TYPE: PERMANENT APPLICATION REF.: SUP-MW-0617 We are looking to recruit career-minded archaeologists of all levels of experience to help grow our business and expand our excellent reputation for delivering high quality archaeological work. Based in the Midlands & West office in Hereford, this is a great opportunity to join a progressive and growing company engaged with a constant stream of exciting archaeological projects. As a completely independent commercial company there is plenty of scope to utilise existing skills, discover new ones and develop strengths you perhaps didn’t realise you had. You will encounter numerous opportunities for personal development and promotion.   The successful candidates should expect to receive from Headland:     Continuous support from a proactive management team     Training in specific archaeological & other skills     Periodic additional payments by way of company bonus scheme   Other benefits include:     A monthly clothing allowance     Contribution to pension scheme     Subscription to the CIfA     Paid subsistence and travel time on field projects   Key skills requirements – SUPERVISOR You will be expected to take part in a variety of archaeological investigations including field-based surveys, evaluations and excavations as well as office-based research, analysis and reporting. The ideal candidates should be able to demonstrate both experience and enthusiasm and a willingness to participate in company initiatives.   The following criteria are essential:     Degree level education in a relevant subject or reasonable practical experience     Driving licence and willingness to drive company vehicles     Archaeological field work experience preferably on sites of various periods and types     Experience and understanding of UK commercial archaeology     Ability to carry out prolonged manual work in an outdoor environment in all weather     Good organisational skills     Ability to use own initiative   The following criteria are desirable:     Supervision of archaeological projects     Experience of the archaeological supervision of plant     Experience in managing small to medium sized teams     Use of Microsoft Office packages   Key skills requirements – SITE ASSISTANT Applicants should ideally have at least three months UK commercial archaeology experience and linear infrastructure experience would be especially beneficial. Relevant European commercial experience will also be considered and we welcome applications from EU Citizens. Candidates should demonstrate an ability to work well within large teams and have a flexible approach to deployment. CSCS card holders are preferred but we can arrange and pay for the test if necessary.   The team you will join The team at Hereford comprises 13 core staff and is intending to grow! We are working on an exciting and very varied range of projects across Wales, the West Midlands and the South West. In particular we are looking forward later this summer to a major urban excavation in the Birmingham area, to a major prehistoric excavation in Wiltshire, and involvement in high profile national infrastructure schemes. The company is passionate about archaeology and very focused on training, so not only can you expect to receive training but our project officers are encouraged to get involved with the development of junior staff. This year has already seen the appointment of a full-time training officer to facilitate this process.   It’s not all about work The Hereford office can trace its roots back to the early 1970s, and one of the original rescue archaeology Excavation Committees. Established as part of Headland in 2009 our new office is located within the site of a former WWII munitions factory over-looked by an Iron Age hill fort. It is housed in a modern office/warehouse complex. We have redesigned the interior to provide a mixture of office, meeting space and staff rest area alongside a finds and soil processing suite with plentiful car parking outside. The city centre is about 10–15 minutes’ drive away or 10 minutes’ cycle ride.   Location Hereford is one of only five statutorily designated areas of archaeological importance in the country. Boasting continuous occupation from the 7th Century to present, it has well preserved Saxon and Medieval defences with a superb medieval cathedral at its centre. There are good sports and gym facilities in the city (including a leisure pool and climbing wall) as well as a wide variety of outdoor pursuits clubs covering climbing, sub-aqua, triathlon etc. It has a thriving nightlife with many late bars and clubs and a regular calendar of family-friendly festivals and events. Hereford is located on the main line between Newport (South Wales) and Manchester. Cardiff is about an hour’s journey away by train, Worcester about 45 minutes. There are also some direct trains to London (3 hours). There are bus services running from local towns, although Leominster and Ledbury are both connected by rail to Hereford. A car is useful for exploring the wider countryside, the office is located about half an hour from the M50. There are many other benefits to working with Headland such as support in joining CIfA and paying membership dues, an annual bonus scheme and a good company pension plan – see Why join Headland Applicants must hold a clean driving licence and membership of the CIfA is preferred. Informal inquiries concerning the role can be made to Mike Kimber, Regional Contracting Manager, Midlands & West – 01432 364 906. Send CV and covering letter by email quoting reference number SUP-MW-0617 to jobs@headlandarchaeology.com. Applications must include the contact details of at least two referees.BAAnfängerneinvarious grades depending on qualifications and experience with DL and CIfAmembership as desirables
research assistant (chinese archaeology)United Kingdom:GBDurhamUniv. of Durham  Lehre und Forschung1nein24Vollzeit 3643736437 2017-07-03 https://recruitment.durham.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.display_form?p_company=1&p_internal_external=E&p_display_in_irish=N&p_applicant_no=&p_recruitment_id=006468&p_process_type=&p_form_profile_detail=&p_display_apply_ind=Y&p_refresh_search=Y 006468 Job Title :     Post Doctoral Research Associate     Company :     Durham University Department :     Department Of Archaeology     Position Type :     Research Grade 7 (£32,004) Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Archaeology of Early Chinese Trade Ceramics in the Western Indian Ocean This post is Full Time and Fixed Term until 30th June 2019. The purpose of this 23-month fixed term full-time PDRA post is to work alongside the Head of the Department of Archaeology (Prof. Robin Skeates), our Senior Lecturer/Associate Lecturer (Dr. Derek Kennet) and other colleagues in Durham’s Department of Archaeology in developing, undertaking and publishing collaborative research with the Palace Museum in Beijing on the archaeology of early Chinese trade ceramics. Within the contemporary context of the Chinese Belt and Road initiative, a particular focus will be on their classification, their production at kiln sites in China, their overland trade in Iran, and their maritime trade in the western Indian Ocean from the 8th to the 19th centuries. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in the University. Closes midday on :     03-Jul-2017 Reference Number: 006468 Post: Postdoctoral Research Associate Department: Archaeology Location: Durham City Contract Type: Full Time, Fixed Term until 30th June 2019 Grade: Grade 7 (£32,004) Opening Date: 02 June 2017 Closing Date: 03 July 2017 (Midday) Job description The purpose of this 23-month fixed term full-time PDRA post is to work alongside the Head of the Department of Archaeology (Prof. Robin Skeates), our Senior Lecturer/Associate Lecturer (Dr. Derek Kennet) and other colleagues in Durham’s Department of Archaeology in developing, undertaking and publishing collaborative research with the Palace Museum in Beijing on the archaeology of early Chinese trade ceramics. Within the contemporary context of the Chinese Belt and Road initiative, a particular focus will be on their classification, their production at kiln sites in China, their overland trade in Iran, and their maritime trade in the western Indian Ocean from the 8th to the 19th centuries. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in the University. Requirements PhD in the Archaeology of Chinese Ceramics, excellent knowledge of early Chinese trade ceramics in the western Indian Ocean, and fluency in English and Chinese languages, are essential. Responsibilities  To undertake archaeological research on the maritime trade in early Chinese ceramics in the western Indian Ocean between the 8th to the 19th centuries  To assist in the cataloguing, research and publication of unpublished collections of early Chinese trade ceramics  To assist in collaborative archaeological fieldwork in China, including in and around the Longquan kilns in southern China  To prepare related research proposals and grant applications  To assist in maintaining and strengthening reciprocal relations with colleagues from the Palace Museum and other Chinese archaeological institutions, including work as a translator of key documents and during meetings  To liaise and meet with colleagues and collaborators at Durham University and elsewhere in the UK, to ensure the successful development of the research  To make presentations at conferences and workshops detailing the results of individual and team research  To help develop and maintain web pages and other media resources intended to disseminate information on the research  To perform any additional duties as required by the Chair of the Board of Studies of Archaeology Line Management The post holder will be line managed by the Head of Archaeology (Professor Robin Skeates), but will also work closely with other colleagues in the Department of Archaeology and the Palace Museum Person Specification Essential 1. BA or BSc in Chinese Archaeology 2. PhD in the Archaeology of Early Chinese trade ceramics 3. Specialist knowledge of early Chinese trade ceramics in the western Indian Ocean 4. Recent relevant publications in leading international, peer-reviewed, archaeological journals 5. Fluency (both written and oral) in English and Chinese languages 6. Ability to travel to archaeological sites and museums in Europe and China Desirable 7. Good knowledge of the Williamson Collection of Chinese ceramics 8. Good knowledge of the Longquan kiln sites 9. Acquaintance with, and experience of working with, colleagues in the Palace Museum, Beijing 10. Experience of English/Chinese archaeological translation 11. Ability to liaise and network with internal and external contacts to facilitate research collaboration 12. Ability to work collaboratively and proactively as a member of a research team 13. Ability to plan and organise own work and the work of research participants 14. Ability to work to deadlines 15. Ability to take decisions on both an individual and collaborative basis 16. Ability to solve problems that may affect the achievement of research objectives and deadlines 17. Excellent interpersonal skills Additional information Durham University is committed to the Concordat to support the career development of researchers. For further information, please visit the Research Staff web pages on http://www.dur.ac.uk/hr/researchstaff/PhDkeinenein 
senior lecturer classicsAustralia:AUPerthUniv. of Western Australia  Lehre und Forschung1ja Vollzeit 8002792279 2017-07-02 http://external.jobs.uwa.edu.au/cw/en/job/498860/senior-lecturer-in-classics-and-ancient-history Senior Lecturer in Classics and Ancient History Job no: 498860 Work type: full-time Location: Crawley Categories: Arts Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education School of Humanities     Level C ($117,857 - $135,900)     Full-time, tenurable appointment     Bring your research expertise in Roman history to the Discipline Group of Classics and Ancient History The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked amongst the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research-intensive universities. With an enviable research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to 'innovate and inspire' there is no better time to join Western Australia's top University. About the opportunity Classics and Ancient History at UWA offers a holistic approach to the study of the Greco-Roman world through a unified major that engages with the culture, history and language of these two civilisations. You will be responsible for the teaching of the Roman history and material culture component of the undergraduate major and Honours program, and will undertake research supervision; You will also have the opportunity to develop new curriculum in this area. Ideally, you will also contribute to collaborative and innovative teaching across a range of other units of the major. The School of Humanities at The University of Western Australia is seeking an outstanding teacher and researcher to join the Discipline Group of Classics and Ancient History in a continuing Level B or C lectureship position. To be considered for this role, you will demonstrate: Essential:     PhD in Ancient History or a cognate field     Strong record of research publication relative to opportunity     Demonstrated research program and ability to build research collaboration     Demonstrated ability to develop, co-ordinate and teach, at all undergraduate levels, units in Roman history and material culture which embed the best educational practices     Demonstrated ability to relate well to staff and students at all levels and evidence of a commitment to equity and diversity principles Desirable:     Demonstrated ability to attract research funding     Demonstrated ability to attract and supervise research students, at postgraduate level and at Honours level or equivalent     Ability to contribute to other units within the Classics and Ancient History major Full details of the position's responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description About you: You will be an active and productive researcher with an ability to foster the research culture within the Discipline Group of Classics and Ancient History. The Discipline is particularly interested in candidates whose research expertise will complement and enhance the research into the Hellenistic world currently being conducted in the Discipline Group. Research interests in history, literary studies, philosophy and archaeology that will allow you to contribute to cross-disciplinary research collaborations will also be favourably considered, as will your ability to contribute to the teaching of other aspects of the major (the Latin language, Greek history, material culture and language). Benefits and Conditions of Employment:     Tenurable position     Employer contribution to superannuation is 17% of salary     Recreation leave of 20 working days per annum     Long Service Leave after 10 years     Eligibility for sabbatical leave     Relocation assistance including airfares, relocation allowance and short-term accommodation (if applicable) Closing date: Sunday 2 July This position is open to international applicants who require visa sponsorship.                                     Position Title:         Senior Lecturer (Roman History and Material Culture) (Ongoing)             Position Classification:         Level C                       Position Number:         316462                            Faculty/Office:         Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education                         School/Division:         School of Social Humanities                          Centre/Section:         Discipline of Classics and Ancient History                        Supervisor Title:         Head of School   Supervisor Position Number:         Your work area The School of Humanities at The University of Western Australia is seeking an outstanding teacher and researcher to join the Discipline Group of Classics and Ancient History in a continuing Level B or C lectureship position. Classics and Ancient History at UWA offers a holistic approach to the study of the Greco-Roman world through a unified major that engages with the culture, history and language of these two civilisations. The successful applicant will be responsible for the teaching of the Roman history and material culture component of the undergraduate major and Honours program, and will undertake research supervision; ideally, the successful applicant will also contribute to collaborative and innovative teaching across a range of other units of the major.   Reporting Structure   Reports to:Head of School   If a leadership/ supervisory role:   Direct Reports: NA   Your role The successful applicant will be responsible for teaching the Roman history and material culture component of the Classics and Ancient History major, and will have the opportunity to develop new curriculum in this area; an ability to contribute to the teaching of other aspects of the major (the Latin language, Greek history, material culture and language) will be well regarded. The successful applicant will be an active and productive researcher, and will foster the research culture within the Discipline Group of Classics and Ancient History. The Discipline is particularly interested in candidates whose research expertise will complement and enhance the research into the Hellenistic world currently being conducted in the Discipline Group. Research interests in history, literary studies, philosophy and archaeology that would allow the successful applicant to contribute to cross-disciplinary research collaborations will also be favourably considered. Key responsibilities   Maintain, develop and teach Roman history and material culture in undergraduate units for the Classics and Ancient History Major   Supervise postgraduate and honours research students in Roman history and material culture   Develop and pursue an active research program in an area of Classics and Ancient History     Contribute to the administration, coordination, and promotion of the Classics and Ancient History major and the broader course offerings in the School of Humanities     Participate actively in the academic community of the School of Humanities and the wider University     Your specific work capabilities (selection criteria)   Essential   PhD in Ancient History or a cognate field   Strong record of research publication relative to opportunity   Demonstrated research program and ability to build research collaboration   Demonstrated ability to develop, co-ordinate and teach, at all undergraduate levels, units in Roman history and material culture which embed the best educational practices   Demonstrated ability to relate well to staff and students at all levels and evidence of a commitment to equity and diversity principles     Desirable   Demonstrated ability to attract research funding   Demonstrated ability to attract and supervise research students, at postgraduate level and at Honours level or equivalent   Ability to contribute to other units within the Classics and Ancient History major   Special Requirements   NA   Compliance   Workplace Health and Safety All supervising staff are required to undertake effective measures to ensure compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 and related University requirements (including Safety, Health and Wellbeing Objectives and Targets). All staff must comply with requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act and all reasonable directives given in relation to health and safety at work, to ensure compliance with University and Legislative health and safety requirements. Details of the safety obligations can be accessed at http://www.safety.uwa.edu.au   Equity and Diversity All staff members are required to comply with the University’s Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct  and Equity and Diversity principles.  Details of the University policies on these can be accessed at http://www.hr.uwa.edu.au/publications/code_of_ethics, http://www.equity.uwa.edu.au    PhDsehrnein 
grabungstechniker/inGermany:DEAurichdie ostfriesische landschaft  Feldforschung1ja Vollzeit    2017-07-01 http://www.ostfriesischelandschaft.de www.landesarchaeologen.de/stellenangebote http://jobs.nwzonline.de/Toolbar?cn=t0_sJ3wtEG9azx9EDxgwvLV0A79bcBM7W62MjHoqGYE2DhPx_uEATNMZxEtkP2xNbXybUsBjIx1TnntqJgYXol9kY3oWxkLUkXeJgD9aPqpMIecPLwDJJbgul99L_gBQuirdjbeIMhdJKW-abxOcEfanmgohX_PTfg8K2maxy284nLb9GEqVirCqjmZ3D1Ntvv0UdnSb1SDSZUDoafYcBiaUJWfFMBVnqH-3jwSjmr2xHiFYl_qmUmu1BVOe3vLJshUF7olpAtU9LCe4_FRm5tl3Kyg1wppdgRNxCrdPAFAanderekeineneinBerufserfahrung und Führerschein als von Vorteil anzunehmen
museumleitung augusta rauricwSwitzerland:CHBaselKanton Basel  Museum/Vermittlung1ja Teilzeit32   2017-06-30 https://www.baselland.ch/politik-und-behorden/direktionen/finanz-und-kirchendirektion/personalamt/Offene-stellen/offene-stellen-1 Augusta Raurica, ein Kulturdenkmal von nationaler Bedeutung, ist mit seinem Museum und den römischen Monumenten die grösste archäologische Freilichtanlage der Schweiz und ein beliebtes Ausflugsziel. Neben den Aufgaben, die römische Stadt vor der Zerstörung zu bewahren und sie wissenschaftlich zu erforschen, gehört die zeitgemässe Vermittlung zu den Schwerpunkten der Tätigkeiten eines motivierten Teams. Per 1. Mai 2018 suchen wir eine/-n Leiterin / Leiter Museum (80%) Sie sind verantwortlich für die strategische, operative und personelle Gesamtleitung der Abteilung Museum mit den Bereichen Bildung & Vermittlung, Gästeservice und Technischer Dienst. Zu Ihren Aufgaben gehören     Vermittlung und Präsentation der Bodenzeugnisse der antiken Stadt im Museum (Ausstellung), im Freilichtareal (Monumente) und im Rahmen von Bildungs- und Vermittlungsangeboten     Erarbeitung und operative Umsetzung des Vermittlungskonzepts     Laiengerechte Aufbereitung der Archäologie und der Kulturgeschichte der Römerzeit für ein breit gefächertes Publikum     Koordination der Vermittlungsprojekte mit den Abteilungen Forschung & Archiv und Ausgrabung, Monumente & Sammlung     Operative Leitung des Museumsbetriebs mit rund 30 Mitarbeitenden Als Mitglied der Geschäftsleitung prägen Sie die strategische und operative Entwicklung der Institution mit und engagieren sich für die Entwicklungs- und Innovationsprojekte der Römerstadt. Wir suchen eine engagierte Persönlichkeit mit einer hohen Affinität zur römischen Kulturgeschichte und der Offenheit für innovative Formen der Vermittlung und partizipative Besuchergewinnung. Sie verfügen über     Studium/Ausbildung im Bereich Museologie/Kulturvermittlung und/oder Hochschulstudium im Bereich Archäologie/Altertumswissenschaften     Vernetztes und integratives Denken     Verhandlungsgeschick und Durchsetzungsvermögen     Begeisterungs- und Kommunikationsfreudigkeit     Fachspezifische Netzwerke im In- und Ausland (Museen, Universitäten)     Hohe Sozialkompetenz und Freude an Teamarbeit Vorausgesetzt werden eine mehrjährige Erfahrung in leitender Museumsposition mit allgemeinen Führungs- und Managementkenntnissen (Projekt-Management, Budget- und Personalverantwortung). Sie verfügen über einen Leistungsausweis in der Museumsvermittlung, im Kuratieren von Ausstellungen und in der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit. Sie kennen den Umgang mit neuen Medien und Ausstellungstechnologien. Weitere Auskunft gibt Ihnen der derzeitige Stelleninhaber Beat Rütti (+41 61 552 22 31) oder der Leiter von Augusta Raurica, Dani Suter (+41 61 552 22 01). Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen richten Sie bitte unter unten angegebener Internetadresse an den zuständigen HR-Berater, Herrn Stefan Herberich, welcher Ihnen gerne auch bei allfälligen Fragen zum Bewerbungsprozess unter der Telefonnummer 061 552 56 61 Auskunft gibt.BALeitung2neinAchtung, kein Bewerbungsfristende angegeben, bitte Auschreibende Stelle kontaktieren Achtung: "abgeschlossenes Studium" kann auch MA bedeuten
GrabungsmitarbeiterGermany:DEBayernADILO  Feldforschung ja Vollzeit    2017-06-30 https://www.adilo-bayern.de/ueber-uns/stellenangebote/grabungstechniker-mw https://www.adilo-bayern.de/ueber-uns/stellenangebote/wissenschaftler-mw https://www.adilo-bayern.de/ueber-uns/stellenangebote/studentische-hilfskraefte-mw https://www.adilo-bayern.de/ueber-uns/stellenangebote/grabungsarbeiter-mw auf http://www.dvarch.de/archaeologie_stellenangebote.php mit Bewerbungsfristende 30.6. gelistet Grabungstechniker (m/w) Voraussetzungen     abgeschlossenes archäologisches Studium und / oder langjährige Erfahrung in leitender Stellung als Schnittleiter     Dokumentationskraft     Verantwortungsbewußtsein     Loyalität Wissenschaftler (m/w) Voraussetzungen Obligatorisch:     Abgeschlossenes archäologisches Studium     Verantwortungsbewußtsein     Loyalität Zusatzqualifikation:     Mehrmonatige Grabungserfahrung     Flexibilität     Engagement     Sachkenntnis Das erwartet Sie     Spannende Tätigkeit an unterschiedlichen Einsatzorten     Modernes Vermessungsequipment     Hochmotivierte Mitarbeiter     Grabungs- und Dokumentationsausrüstung auf aktuellstem Stand     Erfahrene Geschäftsleitung     Anerkannte Fachfirma Studentische Hilfskräfte (m/w) Voraussetzungen     Engagement auf archäologischen Ausgrabungen     Belastbarkeit Zusatzqualifikation:     Grabungserfahrung     Flexibilität     Sachkenntnis Grabungsarbeiter (m/w) Voraussetzungen     Körperliche Belastbarkeit     Arbeitswille     Engagement Das erwartet Sie     Spannende Konfrontation mit dem Thema Archäologie und Geschichte     Entdecken was vorher noch niemand gesehen hat     Nette Kollegen und Vorgesetzte     Einarbeitung durch erfahrene MitarbeiteranderewenigneinAchtung, kein Bewerbungsfristende auf Dienstgeberwebseite genannt!!
Sachbearbeiter/inGermany:DEZossenBrandenburg. LA f Denkmalpfl  Denkmalpflege1nein15Teilzeit34   2017-06-30 http://www.bldam-brandenburg.de/aktuelles Das Brandenburgische Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologische Landesmuseum (BLDAM) mit Dienstsitz in Wünsdorf sucht zum 04.09.2017 für das Archäologische Inventarisations- und Dokumentationszentrum eine Sachbearbeiterin/ einen Sachbearbeiter mit 34 Stunden/Woche (85%). Die Stelle ist zunächst befristet bis 31.08.2018. Eine Verlängerung wird angestrebt. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach E 9 TV-L Der Dienstort ist Zossen, OT Wünsdorf. Aufgabengebiet: - Erfassung und Pflege von analogen und digitalen Archivalien - Pflege und Weiterentwicklung der digitalen Dienste im Dezernat Praktische Archäologie - Prüfung und Nacharbeiten von Geometrien - Betreuung ehrenamtlich tätiger Pfleger/-innen Anforderungen: - Einschlägig abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium (Grabungstechnik, Prähistorische Archäologie, Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Mittelalterarchäologie oder vergleichbares) - Kenntnisse und Erfahrungen in der praktischen Archäologie/Bodendenkmalpflege - Kenntnisse zu Grabungsrichtlinien (praktische Archäologie/Bodendenkmalpflege) - Umfangreiche Kenntnisse und Erfahrungen im Umgang mit Datenbanken und GISAnwendungen (z.B. Kvwmap) - Wünschenswert sind Kenntnisse und Erfahrungen im Archivwesen - Wünschenswert sind Erfahrungen im Umgang mit ehrenamtlichen Pfleger/-innen Außerfachliche Anforderungen: - Selbständig orientiertes Arbeiten - Fähigkeiten, Problemstellungen schnell zu erfassen und konstruktiv zu lösen - hohes Maß an Zuverlässigkeit und Sorgfältigkeit - Belastbarkeit und Einsatzbereitschaft - Bereitschaft zu Wochenendeinsätzen Bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung werden Schwerbehinderte bevorzugt berücksichtigt. Bewerbungen von Frauen sind ausdrücklich erwünscht. Aufwendungen, die im Zusammenhang mit dem Bewerbungsgespräch entstehen, können durch das Landesamt nicht erstattet werden. Für fachliche Auskünfte steht Ihnen die Referatsleiterin Inventarisation- und Dokumentationszentrum, Frau Dr. Schwarzländer, Tel.: 033702-2111630, zur Verfügung. Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen richten Sie bitte schriftlich (bitte nicht per Mail) bis zum 30.06.2017 an: Brandenburgisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologisches Landesmuseum Personalreferat Wünsdorfer Platz 4-5 15806 Zossen, OT Wünsdorf Bitte haben Sie Verständnis dafür, dass die Bewerbungsunterlagen nur dann zurückgesandt werden, wenn ein mit Anschrift versehener und ausreichend frankierter Rückumschlag beigelegt ist.BAwenigneinAchtung: "Hochschulstudium" kann auch MA oder höherer Abschluß bedeuten
Mitarbeiter/in LA f DenkmalpflegeGermany:DEZossenBrandenburg. LA f Denkmalpfl.  Denkmalpflege1nein15Teilzeit34   2017-06-30 http://www.bldam-brandenburg.de/aktuelles Das Brandenburgische Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologische Landesmuseum (BLDAM) mit Dienstsitz in Wünsdorf sucht zum 04.09.2017 für das Archäologische Inventarisations- und Dokumentationszentrum eine Mitarbeiterin/ einen Mitarbeiter mit 34 Stunden/Woche (85%). Die Stelle ist zunächst befristet bis 31.08.2018. Eine Verlängerung wird angestrebt. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach E 6 TV-L Der Dienstort ist Zossen, OT Wünsdorf. Aufgabengebiet: Einarbeitung von Daten in das digitale Bodendenkmalerfassungssystem und Pflege des Ortsaktenarchivs. Anforderungen: Wünschenswert sind Fähigkeiten und Erfahrungen - auf den Gebieten der Archäologie Brandenburgs, insbesondere zu Grabungsrichtlinien (der praktischen Archäologie/Bodendenkmalpflege) - Gute Kenntnisse im Umgang mit einschlägiger Bürosoftware (z.B. Kvwmap) - im Archivwesen Außerfachliche Anforderungen: - Fähigkeiten, Problemstellungen schnell zu erfassen und konstruktiv zu lösen - ein hohes Maß an Belastbarkeit sowie Dienstleistungsbereitschaft - sehr gute Kommunikations- und Teamfähigkeit Bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung werden Schwerbehinderte bevorzugt berücksichtigt. Bewerbungen von Frauen sind ausdrücklich erwünscht. Aufwendungen, die im Zusammenhang mit dem Bewerbungsgespräch entstehen, können durch das Landesamt nicht erstattet werden. Für fachliche Auskünfte steht Ihnen die Referatsleiterin Inventarisation- und Dokumentationszentrum, Frau Dr. Schwarzländer, Tel.: 033702-2111630, zur Verfügung. Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen richten Sie bitte schriftlich (bitte nicht per Mail) bis zum 30.06.2017 an: Brandenburgisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologisches Landesmuseum Personalreferat Wünsdorfer Platz 4-5 15806 Zossen, OT Wünsdorf Bitte haben Sie Verständnis dafür, dass die Bewerbungsunterlagen nur dann zurückgesandt werden, wenn ein mit Anschrift versehener und ausreichend frankierter Rückumschlag beigelegt ist.keinekeinenein 
wiss. mitarbeiter/inGermany:DEJenaMax Planck Inst  Lehre und Forschung1nein24Vollzeit 5090053600 2017-06-30 https://www.mpg.de/11337889/postdoc-position-in-anthropology-and-ethnoarchaeology  Max-Planck-Institut für Menschheitsgeschichte, Jena Entwicklungs- und Evolutionsbiologie & GenetikImmun- und Infektionsbiologie & MedizinSozialwissenschaftenSprachwissenschaften Art der Stelle Postdoc Position in Anthropology and Ethnoarchaeology Stellenangebot vom 9. Juni 2017 At the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena the Department of Archaeology and the Department of Archaeogenetics  is offering a two-year postdoc position in Anthropology and Ethnoarchaeology as part of the Max Planck Society Donor’s Award funded project ‘Heirloom Microbes: The History and Legacy of Ancient Dairying Bacteria’. Combining archaeology, microbiology, food science, and cultural anthropology, this project seeks to characterize and understand the role of microbial organisms in traditionally-prepared dairy products from Germany, Mongolia, and Jordan, as well as understand past and present dairying practices in each of these regions. This project, The Anthropology of Dairying, will be supervised by Prof Dr Christina Warinner and Dr Jessica Hendy. This postdoc position will document and analyse traditional dairying practices in Germany, Mongolia and Jordan, with a particular emphasis on the role of processing techniques and microbial fermentation on these products. This project will have four main components:     Perform ethnographic observation and interviews, documenting contemporary small scale and household dairy production in Germany, Mongolia, and Jordan     Collect samples of dairy products and production materials     Coordinate with project collaborators at the MPI-SHH and partner laboratories on the nutritional, microbiological, and molecular characterization of traditional dairy products and production materials     Conduct public engagement activities, including the return results to participant communities, as well as local and international public outreach Additional responsibilities include supervision of graduate students, and optional opportunities are also available to teach in the International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS). Your qualifications Essential:     Have or are about to obtain a PhD degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, Nutrition Science, or related subject.     Training and experience in anthropological or ethnographic fieldwork     Strong knowledge of English and German     Strong organizational skills     An interest in milk and dairy production Advantageous:     Experience with archaeological fieldwork, archaeological science, or experimental archaeology     Experience with applying for and obtaining ethics review board approval for ethnographic fieldwork     Experience with government paperwork for sample collection, export, and import     Intermediate knowledge of Russian, Arabic, or Mongolian     Experience with interacting with large scientific teams  Other points:     Are passionate about the study of the human past, and looking for an opportunity to push the boundaries of new methods and come up with novel approaches for examining archaeological remains     Are keen to explore how archaeology intersects with other disciplines, in particular anthropological, biomolecular, quantitative and linguistic approaches     Have an strong academic record     Are enthusiastic and hard-working     Have excellent English writing skills Our offer     The opportunity to be involved in exciting research projects that provide opportunities for cross-disciplinary collaboration     Support for field and laboratory research     Opportunities to learn new skills in archaeological and archaeological science methodologies     Cutting-edge facilities and equipment     An excellent research environment     An English language working environment The overarching goal of the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History is to explore the history of humans using state-of-the-art analytical methods. Scientists from different disciplines, such as genetics, linguistics, archaeology, anthropology and history are working together to answer fundamental questions about the biological and cultural evolution of man from the Paleolithic until today, and they jointly develop innovative methods, in particular in the areas of genome sequencing, language documentation, bioinformatics and phylogeography. We offer an interesting and responsible job in a competitive, dynamic and stimulating international research environment. Remuneration will follow the public service pay scale TVöD level E13 for full-time employment (100%), corresponding to an annual gross salary of 50,900-53,600 EUR, depending on qualifications and experience. In addition, social benefits are paid according to the regulations of the Civil Service. The Max Planck Society is committed to employing more handicapped individuals and especially encourages them to apply. The Max Planck Society seeks to increase the number of women in areas where they are underrepresented and therefore explicitly encourages women to apply. More information Information regarding the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History can be found at www.shh.mpg.de. For queries, please contact: Dr. Jessica Hendy hendy@shh.mpg.de Dr. Christina Warinner warinner@shh.mpg.de Your application Start date: Position open until filled, initial application review on June 30, 2017. Please submit your application in English as a single PDF file to dag-jobs@shh.mpg.de, including the following:     Cover letter, explaining research experience and reason for interest in this project     CV     Copies of advanced degree certificates (BA/BS, MA, and PhD diplomas or transcripts); if candidate is ABD and PhD is anticipated but not yet granted, please explain the circumstances in the cover letter     Names and contact information (email and phone) for 3 referees. Please ask your 3 referees to separately email a recommendation letter to dag-jobs@shh.mpg.de with your surname in the email subject line. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History Kahlaische Str. 10 07745 JenaPhDwenigneinstrong command of english and german language
heritage officerUnited Kingdom:GBNottinghamNottingham City Council  Museum/Vermittlung1nein60Teilzeit223586637950 2017-06-30 https://jobs.emss.org.uk/pages/job_search_view.aspx?preview=preview&jobId=1979  Heritage Action Zone Officer Logo for Employer Organisation:NCC Working Hours: Part Time , Hours per week - 22.2 Salary:£31,601 - Pro-Rata NPPV Required:No Appointment Type:Fixed Term Location:Loxley House, Station Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 3NG Reference:DG0064 Closing date:30 June 2017 at midnight Fixed Term for up to 5 years Starting salary is £31,601 pro rata rising to £33,437 pro rata on first year anniversary, subject to satisfactory completion of a probation period. Please ensure you read our Terms and Conditions Information which includes advice on pay, annual leave and hours of working. Heritage Action Zones (HAZs) are Historic England's Flagship initiative to help transform Historic Places. The Heart of Nottingham HAZ comprises an exciting and innovative array of projects to help safeguard and celebrate the heritage of Nottingham. With a total budget of £2.7 million this is currently the largest and most ambitious HAZ in England. The Heritage Action Zone Officer will work closely with the Heritage Strategy Officer to deliver the programme of projects which help promote the sustainable growth of Nottingham through Heritage-led regeneration. You will work with the Heritage Strategy Officer to commission studies and deliver area-based grant schemes. You will work with the owners of historic buildings in the project area to bring forward successful grant applications in line with Historic England's requirements. You will be a self-motivated person, able to assist in the financial and conservation aspects of the scheme and support the delivery of events and other HAZ activities. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:     Education to degree level or equivalent     Experience of delivering grant funded programmes     Good project and budget management skills     Experience of scrutinising conservation projects and designs     An awareness of current regeneration and conservation issues and the planning process     Ability to communicate effectively at all levels and to present complex information in the most appropriate way for different audiences     Enthusiastic and able to work independently to tight deadlines Please see the Job Description / Person Specification which are attached further down on this page For informal enquiries please contact Alice Ullathorne, Tel: 0115 8761993 Email: Alice.Ullathorne@nottinghamcity.gov.uk We particularly welcome applicants from black, minority, ethnic communities and disabled people as they are currently under represented within our workforce. Nottingham City Council is open to conversations regarding flexible working options at the point of interview. If you have any technical issues completing your application form please contact escservicedesk@emss.org.uk Job Description         Job Title: Heritage Action Zone Officer Department: Development Service: Development Management Grade: H (£31,601-£33,437 p.a. pro rata) 22.2 hrs per week Post reference number:     1 Job purpose To support the delivery of all aspects of the Heritage Action Zone programme (Historic England Funded) from inception to completion under the supervision of the Heritage Strategy Officer. This is a part time post at 22.2 hours per week.   2 Principal duties and responsibilities   1.     To deliver the Heritage Action Zone programme under the supervision of the Heritage Strategy Officer working in partnership with a multidisciplinary team.    2.     Support aspects of the programme’s financial operations, including making grant calculations, providing financial forecasts, processing and submitting funding claims and ensuring that the programme meets all financial, budgetary and audit requirements of the Council and Historic England.   3.     Work with the building owners, stakeholders, NCC Conservation Officers, specialist consultants and contractors to bring forward successful grant applications and associated planning applications, ensuring compliance with Historic England requirements and the objectives of the Heritage Action Zone programme as a whole.   4.     Assist building owners (including the Council) in the appointment of appropriate architects or building surveyors, structural engineers, quantity surveyors, and the like, with the necessary skills and experience of working with historic buildings.   5.     To assist colleagues in ensuring all site works to historic buildings in the HAZ area are carried out to a high standard in accordance with approved grant applications and planning permissions.   6.     Ensure that grant funding is appropriately acknowledged and publicised in the media.   7.     Assist with the organisation of events as set out in the HAZ Delivery Plan   8.     To represent the Heritage and Urban Design service and the Council at meetings internally or externally, including out of hours meetings as required.   9.     To assist the Heritage Strategy Officer in the delivery of the Heritage Action Zone programme.       3 All staff are expected to maintain high standards of customer care in the context of the City council’s Core Values, to uphold the Equality and Diversity Policy and health and safety standards and to participate in training activities necessary to their post.   4 This is not a complete statement of all duties and responsibilities of this post.  The post holder may be required to carry out any other duties as directed by a supervising officer, the responsibility level of any other duties should not exceed those outlined above.   5 Numbers and grades of any staff supervised by the post holder: 0 N.A.   6 Post holder’s immediate supervisor: Heritage & Urban Design Manager   Prepared by/author: Alice Ullathorne                                          Date: Job title: Heritage Strategy Officer         Note: This section should only be included in job descriptions issued to employees and should not be sent to all job applicants.     I understand and accept the job duties and responsibilities contained in this job description.       Signature:                                                                        Date: Person Specification           Job Title: Heritage Action Zone Officer Department: Development   Service: Development Management   Grade: H (£31,601-£33,437 p.a. pro rata) 22.2 hrs per week   Post reference number:         Areas of responsibility Requirements Measurement P A T I D Qualifications A degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline such as Architecture, Planning, Conservation or Regeneration.   a     a   Membership of a relevant professional organisation (e.g. RTPI, IHBC, RICS, RIBA) is desirable.   a     a   Experience of managing and administering grant funded programmes. Specific experience of delivering area-based grant schemes is highly desirable.   a   a     Experience of procurement and contract administration is desirable.   a   a     Experience of project and budget management   a   a     Experience of project development and implementation of an idea through to completion.   a   a     Experience of implementing town centre focused projects.   a   a     Knowledge and understanding of current regeneration and conservation issues and the planning process.   a   a     An appreciation of the techniques and traditions of historic building construction is desirable alongside the ability to assess the appropriateness of proposals for repairs and refurbishment and eligibility in principle for grant under the HAZ programme, taking into account current planning legislation and guidance.   a a a   Communication Ability to communicate effectively at all levels and to be able to present complex information in the most appropriate format to aid the effective promotion, explanation and negotiation of ideas.     a a a     Ability to sell the benefits of grants to businesses and owners.   a   a   Partnership working Experience of working successfully in a partnership environment and obtaining the co-operation and buy-in of a wide range of people and organisations.   a   a     Ability to work effectively within a multi-disciplinary team and to work corporately with other service areas and/or departments to achieve common goals.   a   a   Performance Proven ability to show initiative, manage competing priorities and to work independently to tight deadlines.   a   a     Ability to analyse and solve problems and respond to changing circumstances.   a   a   Work to promote mutual respect and good relations Demonstrate a commitment to providing a quality approach and high standards of care and equality in delivering role   a       a         Work Related Circumstances Willingness to comply with the City Council’s non-smoking policy.   Hours may be worked on a flexible basis subject to manager’s agreement.   a   a       P: Pre-application      A: Application      T: Test      I: Interview      D: Documentary evidence    BAwenignein 
project officerUnited Kingdom:GBLondonMOLA  Museum/Vermittlung1ja Vollzeit383247534609 2017-06-30 http://www.mola.org.uk/about-us/careers/time-truck-project-officer-0 Time Truck Project Officer Pay scale £28,613 - £30,439 (dependent on role and experience) Permanent The Time Truck is MOLA’s flagship engagement project working to bring communities together around development-led archaeology across the country.   The role The Time Truck Project Officer will be responsible for developing and delivering key community archaeology initiatives in line with Time Truck programme, and work with the MOLA fundraising team to secure funding for additional events and programmes. The role will also be responsible for engaging current MOLA clients through the Time Truck and securing and developing new partnerships around the project. We are looking for enthusiastic candidates who share MOLA’s passion for working with local communities. The right person will have some experience in developing and maintaining new partner relationships and developing programmes to suit client needs, have experience of organising events and be able to demonstrate successful delivery of community initiatives. They will also be an excellent public speaker and have the ability to manage a diverse programme of responsibilities combined with strong networking and interpersonal skills. Experience of working with young people and familiarity with design programmes will be advantageous. Further details of the Time Truck programme can be found at http://www.mola.org.uk/time-truck   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     Childcare vouchers     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, flexible working hours if required, and a generous benefits package.   Please click on the links below to download a full job description and application form. Applications without an application form will not be considered. Applications should be submitted electronically to recruitment@mola.org.uk . The closing date for the vacancy is 23:59 on Friday 30th June 2017. Prospective interview dates are currently planned for 6th and 10th July.    All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement.             Job Description   Job Title Time Truck Project Officer Department Research and Engagement Grade Pay Band 2.2 Hours 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday. Flexibility with working up to 40 hours will be required including weekends and evenings for which TOIL arrangements will be made. Location The post is primarily based at Mortimer Wheeler House, London, N1 7ED. Flexibility with regard to travel will be necessary to other MOLA offices, and other parts of the UK and abroad as required Duration Permanent Responsible to Head of Audience Engagement Responsible for Time Truck Education Officer, Time Truck Support Team (during events and preparation), Volunteers and other staff on an ad-hoc basis Overall Job Purpose ·     To develop and deliver key community archaeology initiatives from the Time Truck, in line with the Time Truck Outreach Programme and funding agreements ·     Responsible for selling Time Truck capability to MOLA clients and other potential users Key Result areas ·     Work across MOLA’s client facing teams to ensure that they understand the Time Truck’s purpose and how it can support client business ·     To meet assigned targets for Time Truck deployments over the year and develop a concise reporting system to track deployments and manage project budgets ·     To prospect for and develop new partnerships to secure funding and regular deployments for the Time Truck ·     Work proactively with the MOLA Comms team to produce website and social media content around project activity ·     To coordinate the storage, maintenance and transport of the Time Truck to and from site by liaising with appropriate contractors and MOLA personnel ·     Ensure that Time Truck supporting partners are correctly acknowledged during events and in project communications ·     Work with supporting partners and other MOLA clients to develop programmes around specific development sites and in line with client CSR policies ·     Evaluate events and programmes delivered as part of the project and produce regular reports for internal and external consumption ·     Manage all support contracts for the project to ensure best value for MOLA ·     To assist in and over-see the development and delivery of training sessions, workshops, talks and lectures and other events delivered from the Time Truck ·     To work in accordance with the requirements of the MOLA Health and Safety Policy and manage H&S for ·     Other duties appropriate to the post as may be required Special Circumstances ·     This role may require travel within the UK and abroad including occasional extended stays away from the primary base ·     Weekend and evening working will be required ·     A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check will be required as the role may involve working with children or vulnerable adults. A criminal record may not be a bar to employment but any decision will be treated on its merits and individual circumstances subject to MOLA’s overriding obligations to protect children and other vulnerable members of the community     NB This job description should not be taken as an exhaustive description of the role, and is rather indicative of the types of responsibility covered by this job. Post holders will be required to carry out such other work as is required by MOLA as long as this is reasonable and commensurate with the nature of the post held.             Last updated: June 2017                 Person Specification     Essential Desirable Assessment Method Qualifications     ·        First degree in a relevant discipline or equivalent experience ·       Current full driving licence ·       Professional membership of any relevant bodies ·       CSCS card or willingness to train/take the test · AF or CV Experience & Knowledge         ·       Experience working with community groups or projects ·       Experience of income generation: eg. engaging new partners to sponsor community events ·       Experience of event management, organising workshops and conferences ·       Experience of managing project and event budgets ·       Experience of training and managing volunteers ·       Experience of public speaking ·       Demonstrable experience of working in multi-disciplinary teams to deliver projects within time and budget constraints ·       Experience of supervising archaeology projects ·       Experience of working with young people (16-25) ·       Experience of teaching to both specialist and non-specialist audiences ·       Knowledge of urban archaeology and associated recording systems · AF/CV and Interview           Skills / Abilities / Competencies         ·      Ability to work under pressure and to tight schedules ·      Ability to work independently and manage a diverse programme of responsibilities ·      Strong organisational, interpersonal  and communication skills ·      Familiarity with web-based mapping programmes such as Google Earth, Bing and others ·      Familiarity with the use of social media (Facebook, Twitter, flickr) ·      Ability to network and connect with stakeholders from a range of fields ·      Familiarity with design programmes such as Adobe Creative Suites package ·       Ability to conduct research to academic standard with minimal supervision ·       Familiarity with accounting/project management software · AF or CV  / Interview / Test            BAwenigja 
Archäologe/in oder Grabungstechnker/inGermany:DEThierhauptenBayerisches LA f Denkmalpflege  Feldforschung1ja Vollzeit    2017-06-30 http://www.blfd.bayern.de/stellenanzeigen/ Das Bayerischen Landesamt für Denkmalpflege sucht zum 01.09.2017 eine/n geprüfte/n Grabungstechnikerin/Grabungstechniker oder Grabungsingenieurin/Grabungsingenieur oder Vermessungstechnikerin/Vermessungstechnikerin oder einen/eine Archäologen/Archäologin mit vergleichbarer Kenntnis Das Bayerische Landesamt für Denkmalpflege ist die staatliche Fachbehörde des Freistaats Bayern für Denkmalschutz und Denkmalpflege. Es führt die Bayerische Denkmalliste, berät und informiert in allen Fragen der Bau- und Kunstdenkmalpflege sowie der Bodendenkmalpflege und berät und fördert die Projekte der 1300 nichtstaatlichen Museen. Die zu diesem Zweck eingerichtete Landesstelle für die nichtstaatlichen Museen in Bayern ist Teil des Bayerischen Landesamtes für Denkmalpflege. In den sechs Dienststellen des Landesamtes für Denkmalpflege arbeiten mehr als 300 Mitarbeiter. Neben dem Hauptsitz in München sind dies Thierhaupten bei Augsburg, Weißenburg, Nürnberg, Regensburg und Schloss Seehof bei Bamberg. Vorausgesetzt wird die Fähigkeit zur selbstständigen technischen Leitung und Dokumentation größerer Grabungsprojekte in den Bereichen Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Archäologie der Römischen Provinzen oder Archäologie des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit. Entsprechende Referenzen sind erforderlich. Grundkenntnisse der Archäologie Süddeutschlands werden vorausgesetzt. Die Tätigkeit umfasst vorwiegend die administrative Vorbereitung, Überwachung und Nachbereitung archäologischer Ausgrabungen. Arbeitsschwerpunkte liegen in der fachlichen Überwachung von Firmengrabungen und Grabungsdokumentationen sowie in der Erfassung, Pflege und Auswertung von Maßnahmen und Ergebnissen im Fachinformationssystem Denkmalpflege (FIS). Sie sollten versiert sein in den aktuellen Ausgrabungstandards und umfangreiche Erfahrung in der Anwendung CAD–gestützter Vermessungssysteme besitzen. Kenntnisse in der Anwendung von Datenbanken, Erfahrung in der Anwendung geografischer Informationssysteme (GIS) sowie in der strukturierten Verbindung der Systeme sind erforderlich. Selbstständiges Arbeiten und Eigeninitiative sowie die Fähigkeit und Bereitschaft zur Vermittlung aller denkmalfachlichen Belange gegenüber Auftraggebern und privaten Grabungsfirmen setzen wir voraus. Der Führerschein der Klasse B ist erforderlich. Erwartet wird die Bereitschaft zum Einsatz des privaten Fahrzeugs zur Abwicklung von Dienstreisen. Die Beschäftigung richtet sich nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Länder (TV-L). Die Vergütung erfolgt bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraussetzungen in Entgeltgruppe 9 TV-L. Der Dienstort ist Thierhaupten bei Augsburg . Bewerbungen von Frauen sind ausdrücklich erwünscht. Schwerbehinderte Menschen werden bei gleicher Eignung bevorzugt eingestellt. Wir freuen uns auf Ihre aussagekräftige Bewerbung, welche Sie mit Anschreiben (Motivation), Lebenslauf und Zeugnissen versehen, bis spätestens 30.06.2017 (Posteingang) senden an: Bayerisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege Referat G 4 Stichwort: Grabungstechniker B III Hofgraben 4 80539 München Die Bewerbungsunterlagen werden nach Abschluss des Verfahrens nicht zurückgesandt. Bitte reichen Sie daher lediglich Kopien ohne Mappe ein.andereLeitung1ja 
wiss. Mitarbeiter/inGermany:DEMünchenUniv. München  Lehre und Forschung1nein36Teilzeit20   2017-06-30 http://www.uni-muenchen.de/aktuelles/stellenangebote/wissenschaft/20170601134414.html Wissenschaftliche(n) Mitarbeiter(in) (50 %) für Digitale Anwendungen in der Archäologie Einrichtung:     Fakultät für Kulturwissenschaften (Department für Kulturwissenschaften) Besetzungsdatum:     01.10.2017 Ende der Bewerbungsfrist:     30.06.2017 Entgeltgruppe:     E13 TV-L Befristung:     30.09.2020 Es handelt sich um eine Teilzeitstelle. Die Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU) ist eine der renommiertesten und größten Universitäten Deutschlands. Aufgaben Zu Ihren Aufgaben gehören die Anwendung digitaler Dokumentationsverfahren (Photogrammetrie und 3D-Scanning) bei Objekten und Befunden sowie die Erstellung von dreidimensionalen archäologischen Rekonstruktionen. Die einschlägigen Verfahren vermitteln Sie im Umfang von 2,5 SWS an Studierende der archäologischen Fächer. Anforderungen Sie verfügen über ein abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium, beherrschen die gängige Software zur digitalen Datenerhebung und -visualisierung, verfügen über Berufspraxis im Bereich der archäologischen Informatik sowie über didaktische Kompetenz. Kenntnisse der Archäologie der Alten Welt (Europas und des Vorderen Orients) sind wünschenswert. Ihr Arbeitsplatz befindet sich in zentraler Lage in München und ist sehr gut mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln zu erreichen. Wir bieten Ihnen eine interessante und verantwortungsvolle Tätigkeit mit guten Weiterbildungs- und Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber / Bewerberinnen werden bei ansonsten im Wesentlichen gleicher Eignung bevorzugt. Die Bewerbung von Frauen wird begrüßt. Bewerbungsadresse Bitte senden Sie Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen (Lebenslauf, Motivationsschreiben, Zeugnisse, Referenzen) in elektronischer Form bis spätestens 30.06.2017 an E-Mail: Dr. Kai Kaniuth Ansprechpartner/in Dr. Kai KaniuthBAkeineneinBitte Beachten: abgeschlossenes Studium kann auch MA bedeuten
senior heritage consultantUnited Kingdom:GBBristolArcadis  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit    2017-06-27 /www.arcadis.com https://arcadis.taleo.net/careersection/onea/jobdetail.ftl?job=ENV0018I&src=JB-11720&codes=1-INDEED Senior Heritage Consultant(Job Number: ENV0018I) Description   The Exciting Opportunity If you’re looking for a role as a Senior Heritage Consultant, and are ambitious to achieve your career potential, read on. Arcadis are looking for an experienced heritage professional with archaeological and historic buildings experience to join our Cultural Heritage team based in our Bristol office. The successful candidate will be joining our busy Cultural Heritage team within the Arcadis Environment Planning group.   Overview of the Role: As a Senior Heritage Consultant with Arcadis you will be working as part of multi-disciplinary teams with a range of other environmental specialists and supported by our excellent EIA co-ordination team. Much of the work that our team produces is EIA based and we also work on a number of Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects that follow the DCO consenting route.   The types of projects Arcadis are currently involved in include large scale infrastructure projects with complex and exciting heritage requirements, large scale mixed use development schemes for both private and public clients, heritage advice on public realm and masterplanning projects in areas with highly sensitive historic environment receptors including conservation areas, listed buildings and world heritage sites. We also work on major transport projects including road schemes where we provide specialist heritage advice to both Highways England and the Welsh Government.   Arcadis has a strong commitment to developing our people and for the successful candidate we’ll make sure you get the experience and personalised learning support you need to take your career as far as you want it to go.   Your Day-to-Day: ·   Production of desk-based assessments, Environmental Statement chapters, heritage impact assessments, statements of significance and other documents ·         Developing archaeological mitigation strategies ·         Project Management – all aspects including technical, quality, commercial and health and safety ·         Engagement with clients, consultees and stakeholders ·         Provision of heritage advise to clients, project managers and colleagues ·     Engage and manage archaeological and historic building sub-contractors to carry out archaeological fieldwork and historic building recording ·         Producing tenders. ·         Providing support and training to junior team members   What You have to Offer: Essential: ·         Relevant first degree ·         Experience of working in heritage consultancy or a comparable role in the heritage sector ·         Wide-ranging knowledge of the Historic Environment ·         Knowledge and experience of GIS ·         Detailed knowledge of UK Heritage legislation and planning policy ·         Demonstrable experience of producing Desk-based Assessments, Environmental Statements and Heritage Impact Assessments ·         Knowledge and experience of historic buildings assessment ·         Commercial awareness and experience of tendering ·         Project management experience ·         Full driving licence Desirable: ·         A second degree in relevant field ·         Associate Membership of the CIfA or in the process of up-grading ·         First Aider ·         CSCS card holder ·         Experience of working on Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects.   Why Arcadis: Arcadis is the leading global natural and built asset design and consultancy firm working in partnership with our clients to deliver exceptional and sustainable outcomes through the application of design, consultancy, engineering, project and management services. ARCADIS differentiates through its talented and passionate people and its unique combination of capabilities covering the whole asset life cycle, its deep market sector insights and its ability to integrate health, safety and sustainability into the design and delivery of solutions across the globe. We are 28,000 people that generate €2.5 billion in revenues. We support UN-Habitat with knowledge and expertise to improve the quality of life in rapidly growing cities around the world. Please visit:www.arcadis.com.   Arcadis UK now incorporates the Hyder and EC Harris brands.   What We Offer:  We offer a dynamic challenging job with international focus in a pleasant working climate, attention to education and a competitive remuneration package reflecting the seniority of the role. You will have a great deal of responsibility with endless opportunity for impact and freedom for initiatives. Given the international spread of the business a certain level of flexibility in working hours is important.   We offer a fantastic working environment where you own your destiny and will be encouraged to forge a successful career.  In addition, we offer some excellent benefits, such as:   For some levels, PMI and Income Protection is paid for Highly competitive salary Annual holiday allowance, plus the option to buy and sell One of the best contributory pensions in the industry, Pension matched to 8% Interest free Season Ticket Loan Flexible Benefits Allowance, with the option of spending this on: Private Medical Insurance Cycle to work scheme Childcare vouchers And Lots more!  Annual Professional Subscription Paid Life Assurance Enhanced Maternity and Paternity Leave Long Term Service Awards Discretionary Bonus Refer a Friend Scheme that rewards you for every successful introduction you make Opportunity to invest in the Arcadis staff discounted share schemeBAerfahrenja 
Verantwortliche/r für die SammlungenSwitzerland:CHLenzburgStadt Lenzburg  Museum/Vermittlung1ja Teilzeit20   2017-06-27 https://www.museumburghalde.ch/ https://www.lenzburg.ch/de/stelleninserat-museum-burghalde-_content---1--43--560.html Leitung Stadtverwaltung Rathaus  Rathausgasse 16  Postfach  CH-5600 Lenzburg 2 Tel. 062 886 44 22  Fax 062 886 44 39  stadtschreiberei@lenzburg.ch  www.lenzburg.ch Museum Burghalde Lenzburg nimmt als Bezirkshauptort, Kulturtreffpunkt und Schulstandort eine Zentrumsfunktion wahr. Die Abteilung Kultur der Stadtverwaltung Lenzburg sucht per 1. August 2017 oder nach Vereinbarung eine/n Verantwortliche/r für die Sammlungen (50%) Aufgabenbereich  Inventarisation von Sammlungsgütern und Neuzugängen  Wissenschaftliche Recherchen  Depotverwaltung  Abwicklung des Leihverkehrs  Mitarbeit im Bereich der Sammlungsaquisition  Mitwirkung an Ausstellungen und Veranstaltungen Wir erwarten  Hochschulabschluss in Kunstgeschichte  Erfahrung in der Museumsarbeit und im Umgang mit historischen Sammlungen  Gute Informatikanwenderkenntnisse und Erfahrungen mit Sammlungsdatenbanken (vorzugsweise MuseumPlus)  Organisatorisches Geschick und Selbständigkeit  Strukturierte und sorgfältige Arbeitsweise  Fahrausweis Kategorie B Wir bieten  Abwechslungsreiche und interessante Tätigkeit in einem aktiven Kulturbetrieb  Anstellungsbedingungen gemäss Dienst- und Besoldungsreglement der Stadt Lenzburg sowie moderne Infrastruktur Wir freuen uns, Sie kennen zu lernen. Ihre vollständigen Bewerbungsunterlagen mit Foto senden Sie bitte ausschliesslich per Email bis 27. Juni 2017 an christine.vonarx@lenzburg.ch. Für Rückfragen steht Ihnen Christine von Arx, Leiterin Museum Burghalde, unter 062 891 66 50 gerne zur Verfügung.BAAnfängerjaBitte beachten - Hochschulabschluß kann auch MA bedeuten - Hochschulabschluß ewartet wird Kunstgeschichte - da aber im Museum ein Schwerpunkt Paläolithikum besteht, könnte auch für Archäologen interessant sein
field staff various gradesUnited Kingdom:GBCambridge, Lancaster, OxfordOxford Arch  Feldforschung nein3Vollzeit382151923122 2017-06-25 https://oxfordarchaeology.com/jobs/720-field-archaeologists-and-assistant-supervisors FIELD ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND ASSISTANT SUPERVISORS Required for Cambridge, Lancaster and Oxford Salary range £18,252 - £19,612 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 range of projects, and can offer real opportunities for long term employment and career development. We are looking for skilled, experienced and enthusiastic archaeologists to join our team at OA.  Although it can be advantageous to be based within reach of one of our three regional offices (in Cambridge, Lancaster and Oxford), we have opportunities on projects throughout the country and are therefore interested in applications from people anywhere in England and Wales. OA East We have several projects in the vicinity of both Cambridge and Norwich for which staff are needed over coming months. This includes work on later prehistoric landscapes, Romano-British settlement and industry, rural Saxon remains and urban medieval sites. We will also be excavating more late-prehistoric settlement on the Essex-Herts border and are expecting to need staff for work in south Suffolk. OA North We are currently undertaking a large-scale excavation of a late Iron Age/Romano-British site near Newark, as well as on-going multi-period excavations in East Yorkshire. We also have a strong programme for excavations we expect to start in the near future in other areas of Yorkshire and Merseyside and, as a result, are looking to recruit several additional field staff for upcoming predominantly away-based fieldwork. OA South We are currently undertaking a large number of projects both in the Oxfordshire area and further afield. Forthcoming larger projects include a number of Late Iron Age - Roman excavations in Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire, a late prehistoric site in Worcestershire, a Roman villa in Somerset and multi-phase excavations in Kent. We operate a policy of single rooms for all away-based staff. Successful candidates will initially be offered a 12 week contract (37.5 hours per week) after which permanent contracts will be offered, dependent upon sufficient work being available and candidates demonstrating satisfactory performance and competence for the role. Archaeologist Position:     Competitive salary range £18,252 - £18,709  in line with CIfA salary minima guidelines; appointments will be made on the basis of demonstrated ability, previous experience and CIfA membership if appropriate     Candidates will have 6 months experience of professional archaeological fieldwork within  the UK or Irish commercial environment. Documented evidence of competence, in the  form of a completed training log from our Graduate Trainee programme or the Archaeology Skills Passport scheme will be advantageous     A degree in archaeology or related discipline will be highly advantageous, as will membership of the CIfA at PCIfA level     A full clean driving licence is desirable, as is a current CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) card Assistant Supervisor Position:     Competitive salary range £19,036 - £19,612 in line with CIfA salary minima guidelines; appointments will be made on the basis of demonstrated ability, previous experience and CIfA membership if appropriate     Candidates must demonstrate proven experience, technical proficiency and good working knowledge of professional archaeological fieldwork within the UK or Irish commercial environment     Candidates will be able to support the Project Supervisor and assist with supervision,     guidance, task allocation, performance monitoring and training where appropriate for Fieldwork Archaeologists and Graduate Trainees     Candidates will be able to undertake tasks such as surveying, watching briefs, machine watching, record checking, matrix building and mentoring of trainees     A degree in archaeology or related discipline will be highly advantageous, as will membership of the CIfA at PCIfA level     A full clean driving licence is desirable, as is a current CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) card Employee benefits:     32 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)     Free transport from regional offices to sites     High quality personal protective equipment (inc. Gore-tex waterproofs, fleeces etc)     Subsistence payment (£15 per night) and free accommodation (B and B / self-catering)  provided for away-based projects. No sharing - single rooms only     Annual drivers allowance of £520 for approved drivers (pro-rata, in addition to overtime  for driving)     Childcare vouchers     Cycle to work scheme If you would like to be part of a respected and established organisation, please apply by completing an application form, available from: oxfordarchaeology.com/jobapplication Alternatively you can post your completed application form to: Stacey Farrell, Group HR Officer, Oxford Archaeology, Janus House, Osney Mead, Oxford, OX2 0ES. Closing Date: Sunday 25 June. Applications will be considered on receipt. 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. Due to the anticipated high volume of interest, it may not be possible for us to respond to all applicants. If you have not heard from us four weeks after the closing date, please consider that your application has been unsuccessful in this instance. Registered Charity No. 285627; Company Registration No. 1618597keinewenigneindesirables include degree, CIfAmembership, DL, CSCScard
traineesUnited Kingdom:GBEngland and WalesOxford Arch  Feldforschung nein3Vollzeit381932420482 2017-06-25 https://oxfordarchaeology.com/jobs/723-graduate-trainees-in-cambridge-lancaster-and-oxford GRADUATE TRAINEES Opportunities in Cambridge, Lancaster and Oxford Salary range £16,391 - £17,373 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 range of projects, and can offer real opportunities for long term employment and career development. At the 2016 CIfA Conference our Graduate Trainee programme was Highly Commended in the Archaeology Training Forum Awards. We are looking for enthusiastic graduate archaeologists who are keen to develop their technical skills to join our team at OA. Although it can be advantageous to be based within reach of one of our three regional offices (in Cambridge, Lancaster and Oxford), we have opportunities on projects throughout the country and are therefore interested in applications from people anywhere in England and Wales. OA East We have several projects in the vicinity of both Cambridge and Norwich for which staff are needed over coming months. This includes work on later prehistoric landscapes, Romano-British settlement and industry, rural Saxon remains and urban medieval sites. We will also be excavating more late-prehistoric settlement on the Essex-Herts border and are expecting to need staff for work in south Suffolk. OA North We are currently undertaking a large-scale excavation of a late Iron Age/Romano-British site near Newark, as well as on-going multi-period excavations in East Yorkshire. We also have a strong programme for excavations we expect to start in the near future in other areas of Yorkshire and Merseyside and, as a result, are looking to recruit several additional field staff for upcoming predominantly away-based fieldwork. OA South We are currently undertaking a large number of projects both in the Oxfordshire area and further afield. Forthcoming larger projects include a number of Late Iron Age - Roman excavations in Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire, a late prehistoric site in Worcestershire, a Roman villa in Somerset and multi-phase excavations in Kent. We operate a policy of single rooms for all away-based staff. Position requirements:     A degree in archaeology, or equivalent academic knowledge and practical ability     A full clean driving licence is desirable     A current CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) card is also highly desirable, but training and funding may be provided for those without a card What we offer:     A documented training programme     Mentoring and assessment by experienced OA field staff     A structured route to membership of CIfA at PCIfA level, subject to satisfactory completion of the training programme For further details of the Training Programme and Career Path please visit our website. Successful candidates will initially be offered a 12 week contract (37.5 hours per week) with possible extension (subject to availability of work) to allow completion of the Training Programme. Employee benefits:     Salary range £16,391 - £17,373     32 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)     Free transport from regional offices to sites     High quality personal protective equipment (inc. Gore-tex waterproofs, fleece etc)     Subsistence payment (£15 per night) and free accommodation (B and B / self-catering) provided for away-based projects. No sharing - single rooms only     Childcare vouchers     Cycle to work scheme If you would like to be part of a respected and established organisation, please apply by completing an application form, available from: oxfordarchaeology.com/jobapplication Alternatively you can post your completed application form to: Stacey Farrell, Group HR Officer, Oxford Archaeology, Janus House, Osney Mead, Oxford, OX2 0ES. Closing Date: Sunday 25 June. Applications will be considered on receipt. 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. Due to the anticipated high volume of interest, it may not be possible for us to respond to all applicants. If you have not heard from us four weeks after the closing date, please consider that your application has been unsuccessful in this instance. Registered Charity No. 285627; Company Registration No. 1618597BAkeineneinDL and CSCScard desirable
phd studentshipsUnited Kingdom:GBGlasgowGlasgow Univ.  Stipendien2nein36Vollzeit 1652616526 2017-06-23 http://www.gla.ac.uk/ http://www.earthworks-jobs.com/archaeology/glasgow17051.htmlMAkeinenein 
professor anthropology/sociology/archeaologyPapua New Guinea:PGport moresbyUPNG  Lehre und Forschung1nein36Vollzeit 3330449291 2017-06-23 http://www.upng.ac.pg/site/index.php/current-vacancies The University is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified candidates for the positions listed below: SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES Professor in Anthropology/Sociology/Archaeology W/011001/17 K126,531 – K176,661 per annum he University is an equal opportunity employer and encourages female applicants for all positions advertised. Potential applicants are advised to do the following: i). Obtain relevant position descriptions or descriptors from the Human Resource Division through hrm@upng.ac.pg or contact number 326 7233 or access the University website at upng.ac.pg. ii). Address selection criterias outlined on the job description or job specifics in their application, as well as highlight relevant experiences, qualifications and/or a strong aptitude to adapt/progress accordingly in the respective positions. iii). Provide an up to date curriculum vitae with a recent passport size photo, and names/addresses of three (3) referees qualified to comment on the suitability of the applicant for the position(s). iv). Contact their referees to send confidential reports directly to the University without waiting to be contacted. All applications will be treated as strictly confidential and will close on 16th June, 2017. All applications should be forwarded to the Director, Human Resource Division, University of Papua New Guinea, PO Box 320, UNIVERSITY, National Capital District or faxed to 326 7187 or emailed to hrm@upng.ac.pg.BAwenignein 
project officerUnited Kingdom:GBGlasgowNorthlight heritage  Museum/Vermittlung1nein18Teilzeit192422329704 2017-06-23 http://northlight-heritage.co.uk/conc5/index.php/team/work-us1/ Heritage Project Officer Deadline: 23rd June 2017 Northlight Heritage are seeking to appoint a part-time (0.5 FTE) Heritage Project Officer, to be based at our office in Glasgow through December 2019.  If you have a background in archaeology or history, a passion for helping people learn about heritage in fresh and engaging ways and strong interpersonal, organisational and communication skills, then we'd like to hear from you. The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering War and Peas: Feeding people in times of conflict.   This 18-month project, commencing during the centenary of Glasgow's allotments, will focus on the heritage of World War I Home Front fruit and vegetable growing and its importance during food shortages during this and other conflicts.  The project will explore the stories of the city's allotments and the contributions that they have made and continue to make to health and wellbeing.  It is being funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and delivered by Northlight Heritage in partnership with the Glasgow Allotments Forum and their Sustainable Allotments Site Awards (SASA) project. The Heritage Project Officer will involve different audiences in creating and maintaining a WW1 project demonstration plot; provide hands-on workshops on archival research and sustainability, past and present; deliver open days and school visits, and support volunteers to curate an exhibition and Home Front recipe book.  The plot will be located in Glasgow's Pollok Country Park at Digging In:  WWI trench reconstructions for education and experiment, (www.diggingin.co.uk), which is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Robertson Trust and the Covenant Fund.  Digging In engages audiences in learning about people's experiences during World War I through trench reconstructions and a programme of regular events and school visits. Main responsibilities:     engaging different stakeholders and audiences, including members of community and support groups, Glasgow Allotments Forum, visitors to Digging In and users of Pollok Park;     forming gardening clubs for different audiences, recruiting volunteers on a rolling basis and working with the clubs;     writing risk assessments, sourcing and purchasing materials and liaising with contractors and site staff to ensure all work proceeds safely and to plan and budget;     maintaining the allotment and coordinating the work of volunteers in tending it;     providing training to volunteers in gardening skills;     updating social media feeds and website content on a weekly basis;     contacting and engaging schools in the project;*     developing and delivering the programme of school visits;*     planning, organising and advertising public events;*     conducting and coordinating volunteer research into historic allotments, and     curating digital outputs. *at times in collaboration with the Digging In team A full driving license is essential.  A First Aid qualification and PVG Scheme membership are desirable, but training/processing of these once in post will be provided if necessary. The post will be for a fixed term of 18 months at 18.5 hours per week with 16.5 days leave, including public holidays.  The role will require some weekend working, for which time can be taken in lieu. Application Process Applications are by application form with a covering letter explaining your suitability for the post.  Please supply at least two references; these will be taken up prior to any appointment.  The full job description, person specification and application form are available from: http://www.yorkarchaeology.co.uk/get-involved/work-for-yat/vacancies-in-glasgow/ Please send all applications by email to Olivia Lelong at olelong@yorkat.co.uk, quoting in the subject line HPO. Heritage Project Officer – Person Specification     Essential    Preferred    Evidence             Interview    Application Degree and/or postgraduate qualification in Archaeology or History    *            * Demonstrable enthusiasm for engaging people in learning about heritage in innovative ways    *        *    * Demonstrated ability and experience (at least 2 years) in delivering heritage projects and/or hands-on learning     *        *    * Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively to schoolchildren and develop learning resources    *        *    * Good organisational and planning skills    *            * Strong verbal communication skills    *        *    Ability to write clear, catchy text to communicate about the project on social media and website    *            * Strong interpersonal skills    *        *    Computer literacy    *            * Knowledge of and interest in aspects of World War I         *    *    Some knowledge and experience of fruit and vegetable growing         *    *    * Some understanding of the Curriculum for Excellence - Experiences & Outcomes        *    *    Awareness of Health & Safety issues within the sector and a commitment to providing and maintaining a safe working environment for volunteers and staff    *        *    * First Aid at Work certificate        *        * Full driving licence    *            * Membership of CIfA        *        *BAAnfängerja 
heritage consultantUnited Kingdom:GBUKJessop consultancy  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit 3126531838 2017-06-20 http://www.archaeologists.net/jis/onlinekeineerfahrenneinDL von Vorteil
wiss. mitarbeiter/inGermany:DEweltweitDAI  Lehre und Forschung7nein24Teilzeit191500018000 2017-06-19 https://www.dainst.org/karriere/stellenangebote/wissenschaftMAkeineneinmitarbeiter für zentrale und verschiedene Aussenstellen, verschiedene Schwerpunkte
HER officerUnited Kingdom:GBLondonHE  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit 2737027370 2017-06-18 https://historicengland.org.uk/about/jobs/vacancies/job/?ref=8176 Historic Environment Record Officer (Greater London) Historic Environment Record Officer (Greater London) Share Tweet LinkedIn Email     Location: 1 Waterhouse Square, London, EC1N 2ST     Contract type: Permanent     Salary: £23,852     Reference No: 8176 Final applications 18 June 2017 Description Historic England is the public body that looks after England`s historic environment. We champion historic places, helping people to understand, value and care for them. The Greater London Archaeological Advisory Service Team provides access to information relating to the historic environment of London. This is an exciting opportunity to work as part of the team on the Greater London Historic Environment Record (GLHER), a database and resource of archaeological and historic building information. Your primary responsibility will be to help maintain the GLHER, adding new information from a range of sources and ensuring that information is accurate, comprehensive and up-to-date. You will be the first point of contact for those who wish to access GLHER information, both within Historic England and externally, and provide assistance, interpretation and advice to users. Along with the GLHER Manager, you will also be responsible for supervising and training volunteers and placement students involved in Historic Environment Record projects. Additionally, you will support the GLHER Manager in the development of a new HER system using the Getty Conservation Institute`s Arches Heritage Management System which we are work on with the City of Lincoln Council. You will have a good understanding of England`s historic environment and the planning process. Ideally you will be educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant subject or have significant experience in a relevant field. Previous experience of working with HER systems, (HBSMR database and ArcGIS) would be an advantage. The role will require occasional out-of-hours meetings and travel within London and across the country. We offer a wide benefits package including a competitive pension scheme, 28 days holiday plus public holidays, corporate discounts, free entry to English Heritage Trust sites as well as the flexibility in your working day that creates a strong work-life balance. Interviews will be held on 28th June 2017. JOB DESCRIPTION                     JOB TITLE:            Historic Environment Record Officer  DEPARTMENT:        National Planning Department LOCATION:    Waterhouse Square, London RESPONSIBLE TO:    Historic Environment Record Manager  PAY BAND:            BAND D (Heritage) The Greater London Archaeological Advisory Service Team supports the management of change by providing access to information relating to the historic environment of London. The team maintains and develops the London Historic Environment Record in line with national standards and benchmarks, ensuring that it contributes to the effective use of the planning system at strategic and local levels, and provides advice to owners and others on the sustainable management of the historic environment.  OVERALL PURPOSE OF THE JOB: As part of this team, the Historic Environment Record Officer will support the HER Manager by continuously maintaining and developing the Historic Environment Record for London in accordance with the London HER Development Plan. They will contribute to promoting and ensuring accessibility to the London Historic Environment Record to foster understanding and promote good stewardship of the historic environment of the capital, including responding to enquiries for searches of the record and assisting with the management of volunteers. MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1.    To support the HER Manager with building effective working relationships with historic environment specialists and other partners to identify relevant sources of information relating to the historic environment and ensure that it is incorporated into the London Historic Environment Record. 2.    Working with the Historic Environment Record Advisers and other partners, to negotiate the acquisition of appropriate data for inclusion in the Record. 3.    To support the implementation of the London Historic Environment Record Development Plan by ensuring that prioritised information is interpreted appropriately and entered accurately onto the record using informed and accessible language in line with defined data standards and guidelines. 4.    To respond to enquiries and requests for information relating to the Historic Environment Record, applying any charging regime in accordance with agreed protocols. 5.    To supervise volunteers, including placement students, to the HER in collaboration with the HER Projects Officer. 6.    To support proactive engagement with the community to share information and promote the value of the historic environment as part of the HER Development Plan. 7.    To support the delivery of NHPP activities (including supporting activities such as capacity-building) as agreed with line management. 8.    To be an effective advocate for the benefits for local places of conserving heritage assets. 9.    To undertake any other reasonable duties commensurate with the grade and competencies required of the post requested by line management.  Please note that •    the role will require occasional attendance at community meetings which are usually held at evenings or weekends. This is a description of the job as it is at present constituted and will be subject to change. Job descriptions are updated on a regular basis to ensure they continue to reflect the needs of the role. PERSON SPECIFICATION ESSENTIAL     DESIRABLE TRAINING  AND QUALIFICATIONS •    Educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant subject or significant experience in a relevant field •    Experience of working with a Sites and Monuments or Historic Environment Record •    Experience of using IT within an archaeological context e.g. GIS and databases    •    Membership of a relevant historic environment professional body •    Experience of community engagement activities, including working with volunteers •    Experience of investigations involving historical research, analysis, surveying and recording and/or archaeological fieldwork KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS •    Good knowledge of English Archaeology •    Understanding of the role and future development of Historic Environment Record Services •    Knowledge of the operation of the planning process and its interaction with the historic environment •    Ability clearly and accessibly to synthesise information relating to the historic environment •    Ability to manage competing work priorities    •    Good knowledge of the Archaeology of London •    Knowledge of the legislation, technology, standards and guidelines that impact on Historic Environment Record Services •    Experience of delivering effective presentations to a wide range of audiences INTERPERSONAL SKILLS •    Good oral and written communication skills •    Ability to adapt communication styles to a variety of circumstances •    Excellent team-working skills    •    Ability to engender enthusiasm for the historic environment. We are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all. We will consider making reasonable adjustments for disabled people where necessary, to ensure this.BAerfahrennein 
akad. rat/rätinGermany:DEMünsterUniv. Münster  Lehre und Forschung1ja Vollzeit41   2017-06-16 https://www.uni-muenster.de/Rektorat/Stellen/ausschreibungen/st_20171005_tb1.html Am Fachbereich 8 Geschichte / Philosophie der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster ist im Institut für Klassische Archäologie und Christliche Archäologie / Archäologisches Museum zum 01.10.2017 die unbefristete Stelle einer Akademischen Rätin/eines Akademischen Rates (A 13) zu besetzen. Die regelmäßige Arbeitszeit beträgt zurzeit 41 Stunden wöchentlich. Aufgabenbeschreibung:     Studiengang-Koordination (Optimierung der Studienprogramme sowie der Betreuungs- und Beratungsangebote für die Studierenden, Organisation des Lehrangebots der Bachelor- und Masterstudiengänge des Instituts für Klassische Archäologie und Christliche Archäologie)     Konzeption und Durchführung von Lehrveranstaltungen im Umfang von 9 SWS im Fach Christliche Archäologie (3.-9./10. Jh. n. Chr.)     Forschung in der Christlichen Archäologie     Prüfungsorganisation der Bachelor- und Masterstudiengänge     Fachstudienberatung für Christliche Archäologie     fachbezogene Prüfungen     Betreuung, Beratung der Austauschstudierenden als Erasmuskoordinator/in des Instituts (insbesondere Anerkennungen von im Ausland erworbenen Studienleistungen, Erweiterung bestehender Erasmuskooperationen etc.)     Gremienarbeit der universitären Selbstverwaltung Bewerbungsvoraussetzung:     abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium im Fach Christliche Archäologie und eine sehr gute Promotion     einschlägige Veröffentlichungen     Bereitschaft zur wissenschaftlichen Weiterqualifikation     langjährige Erfahrung in der Lehre (einschließlich Prüfungstätigkeiten)     fundierte Erfahrung im Bereich der Studienorganisation     Teamfähigkeit, Organisationstalent, Belastbarkeit, hohe Selbstständigkeit bei der Aufgabenbewältigung Für die Übernahme in ein Beamtenverhältnis wird gem. § 45 LVO eine weitere hauptberufliche Tätigkeit von 3 Jahren und 6 Monaten nach dem Studium oder von einem Jahr nach der Promotion vorausgesetzt. Sollte diese Voraussetzung noch nicht erfüllt sein, kann zunächst eine Übernahme im Beschäftigtenverhältnis (TV-L E 13) mit der Möglichkeit einer späteren Übernahme in das Beamtenverhältnis erfolgen. Sollten die übrigen beamtenrechtlichen Voraussetzungen für eine Ernennung nicht vorliegen, kann eine dauerhafte Übernahme im Beschäftigtenverhältnis erfolgen. Die WWU Münster tritt für die Geschlechtergerechtigkeit ein und strebt eine Erhöhung des Anteils von Frauen in Forschung und Lehre an. Bewerbungen von Frauen sind daher ausdrücklich erwünscht. Frauen werden bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung bevorzugt berücksichtigt, sofern nicht in der Person eines Mitbewerbers liegende Gründe überwiegen. Schwerbehinderte werden bei gleicher Qualifikation bevorzugt eingestellt. Bitte senden Sie Ihre vollständigen Bewerbungsunterlagen bis zum 16.06.2017 an: Prof. Dr. Achim Lichtenberger Institut für Klassische Archäologie und Christliche Archäologie / Archäologisches Museum Domplatz 20-22 D-48143 MünsterPhDerfahrennein 
heritage consultantUnited Kingdom:GBNewcastle or LondonAB heritage  Sonstiges ja Vollzeit38   2017-06-16 http://www.abheritage.co.uk/ http://www.archaeologists.net/jis/onlinekeineerfahrenjaCIfA membership
phd studentshipUnited Kingdom:GBManchesterUniv. of Manchester  Stipendien1nein36Vollzeit 1663017258 2017-06-16 http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BBP367/fully-funded-cdp-phd-studentship-university-of-manchester-the-british-museum-swords-in-iron-age-britain/MAkeineneinApplicants should be a native or near native English speaker, or satisfy the English Language entry requirements of the University of Manchester
volontariatGermany:DERastattArch. Landesmus Baden-Württemberg  Museum/Vermittlung1nein24Vollzeit    2017-06-16 http://www.museumsbund.de/stellenangebote/wiss-volontaerin-29/MAkeinenein 
project managerUnited Kingdom:GBNottinghamYork/Trent&Peak Arch  Feldforschung2ja Vollzeit 2970035572 2017-06-16 http://www.tparchaeology.co.uk/vacancies.htm http://www.yorkarchaeology.co.uk/get-involved/work-for-yat/vacancies-in-nottingham/ Located in our Trent and Peak office, Nottinham, all roles require:     A degree in archaeology or related discipline and an appropriate level of demonstrable experience     A driving licence (for Project Supervisors and Officers)     CIfA membership and valid CSCS card is preferred     A First Aid at Work certificate would be advantageous, but not essential --------------------------------- Project Archaeologists Graduate trainees to experienced field staff: £17,431 – £18,374 p.a. A variety of opportunities, both Nottingham and away-based, exist for Project Archaeologists. Full support and training, focussing on the Skills Passport, CPD log and tailored sessions will be given to graduate trainees (less than 6 months experience) to acquire the skills to progress. Project Supervisors £19,000 – £20,500 p.a. dependent on experience We require Project Supervisors to assist Project Officers in implementing agreed programmes of fieldwork within strict time and budgetary constraints. This could include the supervision of small to medium field teams, independent excavation, survey and recording, or elements of post-excavation analysis and reporting. Project Officers £21,000 – £25,758 p.a. dependent on experience We require Project Officers 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. For the right candidate, project management training leading to progression could be provided. Deadline for submissions: Midnight, Friday 16th June   example project officers below - for others see website quoted Applicants should make clear which position/s they are applying for and demonstrate relevant experience in their application. Application forms should be completed and returned to casbury@yorkat.co.uk. Please note, do not send CV’s in place of the application form. --------------------------------------------- TPA Project Officer Job Descrip…………………… 2017 TRENT & PEAK ARCHAEOLOGY – YORK ARCHAEOLOGICAL TRUST Job Title: Project Officer Location: Various sites and locations as required and main TPA office (Holly Lane, Chilwell, Nottingham). Responsible to: Project Manager, Head of Projects, Head of Operations, Head of Research, Regional Director Job Outline: Initiation, management and execution of small – medium projects commensurate with experience. Leading field work on site, production of costings and undertaking post-excavation analysis and reporting. Main Duties and Responsibilities: • Comply with all TPA/YAT Health and Safety policies and follow safe working practices at all times. • Management and execution of small – medium projects commensurate with experience under the guidance of a Project Manager where appropriate. • To assist with production of costings, project designs for small to medium projects • Implement agreed programmes of fieldwork within strict time and budgetary constraints. • Responsible for the leadership of small - large field teams and the coordination of post-excavation tasks in conjunction with the Project Manager/Head of Projects. • Capable of undertaking survey, post-excavation analysis and preparation of reports. • The PO may be asked to undertake additional post-excavation analysis and reporting as part of the unit’s programme of back-log clearance. • Where appropriate may provide input into tenders and project designs, and take a lead in overseeing some field projects. • Where practical, will be expected to develop specialist skills to assist the unit in its strategic aims, e.g. geophysics, small finds. • Represent the Unit in the public sphere as part of the outreach strategy. • Any other duties/tasks that may be reasonably requested by line managers. Project Officer – Person Spec. Requirements Essential Preferred Evidence Interview Application Awareness of Health and Safety issues within the sector and a commitment to providing and maintaining a safe working environment for TPA/YAT staff and those with whom we work. * * Relevant degree and/or postgraduate qualification * * First Aid at Work certificate, CSCS card and/or SPA (Quarry passport) * * Relevant experience (c. 3+ years) including positions of responsibility and oversight of field teams * * Driving licence * * Detailed understanding of British commercial archaeology, and a wide range of field techniques and methodologies * * * Experience of initiation and costing of small-medium projects * * * Track record of the successful implementation of projects in the field within pressurised situations and to strict budgetary and time constraints * * * Ability to assist in the development and implementation of complex site strategies and methodologies and to identify and adapt to shifting priorities * * * Demonstrable enthusiasm and desire to achieve high standards of excavation, recording and reporting. * * * Commitment to community engagement * * Computer literacy, ideally including CAD/GIS * * * Potential to develop niche specialism * * * Strong written and verbal presentational skills * * * Experience of report writing * * Client/customer focused approach * * Appropriate level of membership of the CIfA, desirable but not essential * *MAwenigjavarious grades for various levels of experience and qualifications
archaeologistsUnited Kingdom:GBEnglandAllen Archaeology  Feldforschung nein Vollzeit 2168026621 2017-06-16 http://www.allenarchaeology.co.uk/contact/careers/ We are looking to increase capacity within our field team at for a range of projects including a prestigious excavation at Lincoln Cathedral and large excavations in the East Midlands where significant prehistoric and Roman settlement evidence is expected. We are interested in experienced archaeologists with enthusiasm, a strong ability in archaeological field practices and a willingness to work as part of our friendly team. All posts will be based at our head office in the thriving and affordable university city of Lincoln, but with the opportunity to be involved in projects throughout England. We aim to offer secure, long-term and permanent contracts and pride ourselves on providing opportunities to gain and implement a range of archaeological skills in a supportive and friendly environment. Last year we undertook more than 1,400 hours of staff training to support this aim and our Trainee scheme won the 2017 AFT Award. Allen Archaeology employees receive:     28 days holiday pro rata with an incremental increase after three years continuous service     Away work accommodation in high quality lets, an additional ‘staying away’ allowance and subsistence payments     Overtime paid at enhanced rates (project specific)     Paid travel time to site and payments to drivers for all time spent behind the wheel     Occupational pension with employer’s contribution     A range of formal CPD, RoSPA and IATP accredited training covering aspects of health and safety and people management     Childcare voucher scheme     Cycle-to-work scheme     Annual company dividend (profit share) to all staff     The AAL Xmas Lectures – a day dedicated to sharing the achievements of the year through staff and guest presentations Project Archaeologists £18,903.77 to £19,485.42 p.a. depending on experience You will have at least three months field experience in commercial archaeology in the UK. CSCS card and membership of the CIfA are preferred. To apply, please email a full CV with name, address and contact details, two references and covering letter to info@allenarchaeology.co.uk, with JIS2017PA in the subject header. References will not be approached without permission. Candidates will be reviewed upon receipt of their application. We welcome applications from previous candidates, with updated CVs if they have not applied to the company in the last 6 months. Project Supervisor/Project Officer (Grade A2.2-3.2) £21,623.08 to £23,211.63 For the role of Project Supervisor you will have at least 3 months experience of supervising commercial fieldwork projects such as watching briefs and small evaluations, in the UK or using compatible methods, working on your own and/or leading small teams. For the role of Project Officer you will have at least 12 months experience of supervising commercial fieldwork projects, proven experience of supervising large and complex fieldwork projects, of successfully coordinating and of completing post-excavation analysis and reporting within set timescales. Publication experience is desirable. You must have excellent communication and inter-personal skills and a strong record of team leadership. Essential     Sound knowledge and understanding of British archaeology of all periods     Experience of post-excavation analysis and reporting     An enthusiasm and strong ability in field archaeological practices     Willingness to work on your own or leading a team     A courteous and professional manner and a positive outlook     Excellent computer literacy     Experience of supervising staff     Attention to detail     Driving license Desirable     Relevant archaeological qualification     Experience of drawing packages such as AutoCAD and/or CorelDraw and of GIS (essential for the PO role)     CSCS card     CIfA membership To apply for these supervisory roles please download an AAL-Application-form and submit the completed form https://allenarchaeologyltd.peoplehr.net/Pages/JobBoard/Opening.aspx?v=bf5b80c9-23b0-4112-9789-f9f81a4783a8 Referees will not be approached without the permission of the candidate first. Candidates will be reviewed upon receipt of their application. Interviews will be held for this role if you have not heard from us within three weeks of your application you have not been selected for interview but we thank you for your interest. Allen Archaeology Limited is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity.keinewenigjaDL, CIfAmembership, CSCScard etc. all mentionened as desirable apply asap - contact employer to find out if posts still open befor applying
volontariatGermany:DEHalle/SaaleLA f Denkmalpfl u Arch Sachsen-Anhalt  Denkmalpflege1nein24Vollzeit 1740020300 2017-06-15 http://www.lda-lsa.de/aktuelles/meldung/datum/2017/05/15/wiss_volontariat_bodendenkmalpflege/ Das Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt sucht zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt   eine wissenschaftliche Volontärin/ einen wissenschaftlichen Volontär   Die Vergütung beträgt nach Maßgabe des RdErl. des MK vom 08.11.2013 – 12.12-0340, 1.450,00 EUR. Die Dauer des Volontariats ist auf zwei Jahre befristet. Der Dienstort ist Halle (Saale).   Wir suchen eine engagierte, teamfähige Persönlichkeit mit abgeschlossenem Studium der Vor- und Frühgeschichte (vorzugsweise mit Promotion).   Sie sollten belastbar und flexibel sein, über Organisationsgeschick und Grabungserfahrung verfügen und die Bereitschaft zeigen, sich intensiv in die praktische Bodendenkmalpflege einzuarbeiten. Weitreichende EDV-Kenntnisse, insbesondere in CAD, sind wünschenswert.   Wir bieten eine praxisbezogene zweijährige Ausbildung in allen Bereichen der Bodendenkmalpflege von der Zusammenarbeit mit Denkmalschutzbehörden bis hin zur Organisation und Durchführung von archäologischen Grabungskampagnen, sowie Einblicken in verschiedene Prospektionsmethoden und die Denkmalinventarisation.   Die Bewerberin/der Bewerber sollte den Führerschein Klasse B besitzen und bereit sein, ein Dienst-Kfz. zu führen.   Schwerbehinderte werden bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung bevorzugt berücksichtigt. Bewerbungen von Frauen sind ausdrücklich erwünscht. Bewerbungskosten werden nicht erstattet.   Ihre schriftliche Bewerbung mit aussagefähigen Unterlagen richten Sie bitte unter Angabe der Kennnr. 15/17 – auch außen auf dem Briefumschlag – bis zum 15.06.2017 an:   Direktor des Landesamtes für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt -Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte- Richard-Wagner-Str. 9 06114 Halle (Saale)    MAkeineja 
Leitung Arch. DenkmalpflegeGermany:DEBad BederkesaLandkreis Cuxhaven  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit    2017-06-15 http://www.landkreis-cuxhaven.de/index.phtml?object=tx,1779.306.1&ModID=7&FID=1779.5141.1&sNavID=1779.35&mNavID=1779.10&NavID=1779.35&La=1 Der Landkreis Cuxhaven besetzt zum 01.12. 2017 neu die Stelle                der Leitung der Archäologischen Denkmalpflege                             des Landkreises Cuxhaven und                              des Museums Burg Bederkesa                        - Besoldungsgruppe A15 BBesO - Aufgabe: Im Mittelpunkt des Tätigkeitsbereichs der wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiterin bzw. des wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiters steht die Leitung der Archäologischen Denkmalpflege des Landkreises Cuxhaven. Im Rahmen dieser Tätigkeit gehören die Erarbeitung von Stellungnahmen in denkmalrechtlichen Angelegenheiten als Träger öffentlicher Belange genauso zu den Kernaufgaben wie die Konzeption, Planung, Organisation und Leitung denkmalpflegeorientierter wissenschaftlicher Forschungsgrabungen aber auch von baubedingten Rettungsgrabungen auf der Basis des Verursacherprinzips. Eine zweite Kernaufgabe der wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiterin bzw. des wissen­schaftlichen Mitarbeiters besteht darin, das in der Burg Bederkesa untergebrachte archäologische Museum des Landkreises mit archäologischer Fachwerkstatt zu leiten, neue Ausstellungsvorhaben zu konzipieren, die für die Umsetzung erforderlichen Mittel zu kalkulieren und einzuwerben wie die museumspädagogische Vermittlung zu organisieren. Bei diesen Vorhaben gilt es, die enge Zusammenarbeit mit benachbarten Forschungseinrichtungen (insbes. Nds. Institut für historische Küstenforschung, Wilhelmshaven) und Denkmalbehörden (z.B. Nds. Landesamt für Denkmalpflege, Stützpunkt in Lüneburg) zu suchen, um mögliche Synergieeffekte zu erwirken. Schließlich ist die Führung und Leitung der Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter in der eigenständigen Organisationseinheit der Archäologischen Denkmalpflege und des Museums Burg Bederkesa neben den fachlichen Aufgaben ein Schwerpunkt der Tätigkeit. Hierzu gehört die Leitung und Gestaltung nach den Führungsgrundsätzen des Landkreises Cuxhaven, die Entwicklung und Umsetzung von Zielvorstellungen, Konzepten und Leitlinien, die Überwachung der Zielerreichung sowie die konzeptionelle Steuerung und Koordinierung der Aufgabenerfüllung und die Anleitung und Führung der Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter zum Aufgabenbereich. Die von der Einrichtungsleitung durchzuführenden Arbeiten beinhalten Tätigkeiten im Innen- und Außendienst und setzen die Bereitschaft zu mehrtägigen Abwesenheiten von der Dienststelle voraus.   Qualifikation: Gesucht wird eine Wissenschaftlerin/ein Wissenschaftler mit Magister-/ Master- oder vergleichbarem Hochschulabschluss und Promotion in den Fachbereichen Ur- und Frühgeschichte und/oder Archäologie des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit. Weiterhin werden weitreichende Kenntnisse der für die archäologische Denkmalpflege relevanten gesetzlichen Vorgaben sowie nachgewiesene Erfahrungen in der archäologischen Denkmalpflege erwartet. Eine weitere Voraussetzung für die Stellenbesetzung sind durch Veröffentlichungen nachgewiesene Kenntnisse der Kultur-, Siedlungs- und Landschaftsgeschichte des norddeutschen Raums. Darüber hinaus wären Erfahrungen in der Museumarbeit von Vorteil. Die Bereitschaft zur engen Kooperation mit dem Förderverein Burggesellschaft Bederkesa e.V. als Vorstandsmitglied insbesondere bei der Abstimmung von gemeinsamen Vorhaben (z.B. Kulturprogramm), bei der Organisation der Aufsichten im Museum, bei der Schulung und Anleitung des ehrenamtlichen Führungsteams wird ebenfalls vorausgesetzt. Darüber hinaus wird die Bereitschaft zur Vertretung des Landkreises in den Gremien des Marschenrats zur Förderung der Forschung im Küstengebiet der Nordsee e.V. gewünscht. Die Arbeiten erfordern die Befähigung zur Anleitung von Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern unterschiedlicher Qualifikation bzw. Ausbildungsstandes sowie zur Kommunikation auf den unterschiedlichen Ebenen der Wissenschaft, der Verwaltung und der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit. Darüber hinaus wird die Kompetenz zum interdisziplinären Diskurs und zur Abstraktion von Problemstellungen erwartet. Erfahrungen im Bereich Führung und Leitung sind wünschenswert. Die Bereitschaft zur Teilnahme an regelmäßigen Fortbildungen in diesem Bereich ist Grundvoraussetzung für eine Bewerbung. Dienstort ist das Museum Burg Bederkesa, Amtsstr. 17, Bad Bederkesa, 27624 Geestland, Landkreis Cuxhaven. Schwerbehinderte Bewerberinnen und Bewerber werden bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung besonders berücksichtigt. Die Bewerbungsfrist endet am 15.06.2017. Hinweise: Interessierte Bewerberinnen und Bewerber werden gebeten, sich online über das Portal Interamt mit vollständigen Bewerbungsunterlagen zu bewerben. Schriftliche oder per E-Mail übersandte Bewerbungen können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden. Wenn Sie die Bewerbung absenden, erhalten Sie umgehend eine Eingangsbestätigung per E-Mail.PhDerfahrennein 
wiss. mitarbeiter/inGermany:DEHalle/SaaleUniv. Halle  Lehre und Forschung1nein36Teilzeit20   2017-06-15 http://personal.verwaltung.uni-halle.de/jobs/wissmi/ Zentrale Universitätsverwaltung Abteilung 3 - Personal Halle (Saale), 11.05.2017 613/2017 http://zuv1.verwaltung.uni-halle.de/ZGST/INFO/2017/17_613.pdf veröffentlicht am 11.05.2017 Externe Stellenausschreibung Reg.-Nr.: 4-3912/17-H An der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Philosophische Fakultät I, Institut für Kunstgeschichte und Archäologien Europas, Seminar für Archäologie des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit, ist ab 01.10.2017 die bis zu 3 Jahre befristete Stelle einer/ eines Wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiterin/ Mitarbeiters zu besetzen. Teilzeitbeschäftigung: 50 % Die Vergütung erfolgt je nach Aufgabenübertragung und Erfüllung der persönlichen Voraussetzungen bis zur Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L. Voraussetzungen:  ein sehr gut abgeschlossenes Magister- oder Masterstudium in der Archäologie des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit oder in Vor- und Frühgeschichte mit einem nachgewiesenen Schwerpunkt in der Archäologie des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit  Grabungserfahrung in leitender Position, Fähigkeit zur selbständigen Durchführung von Ausgrabungen  Bereitschaft zur Weiterqualifikation (Promotion/Habilitation)  Bereitschaft, sich in die Archäologie des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit in Mitteldeutschland einzuarbeiten Arbeitsaufgaben:  Unterstützung der Professur für Archäologie des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit  Lehrverpflichtung gemäß LVVO des Landes Sachsen-Anhalt  Durchführung von Ausgrabungen  Mitwirkung bei der Beantragung von Drittmittelprojekten Die Möglichkeit zur wissenschaftlichen Weiterqualifikation ist gegeben. Schwerbehinderte Bewerberinnen und Bewerber werden bei gleicher Eignung und Befähigung bevorzugt berücksichtigt. Frauen werden nachdrücklich aufgefordert, sich zu bewerben. Nähere Auskünfte erhalten Sie von Herrn Prof. Dr. habil. Tobias Gärtner, Tel.: 0345 55-24049, Fax: 0345 55-27057, E-Mail: tobias.gaertner@praehist.uni-halle.de Ihre Bewerbung richten Sie bitte unter Angabe der Reg.-Nr.: 4-3912/17-H mit den üblichen Unterlagen bis zum 15.06.2017 an die Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Philosophische Fakultät I, Institut für Kunstgeschichte und Archäologien Europas, Archäologie des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit, 06099 Halle (Saale). Die Ausschreibung erfolgt unter Vorbehalt eventueller haushaltsrechtlicher Restriktionen. Bewerbungskosten werden von der Martin-Luther-Universität nicht erstattet. Bewerbungsunterlagen werden nur zurückgesandt, wenn ein ausreichend frankierter Rückumschlag beigefügt wurde. MARTIN-LUTHER-UNIVERSITÄT HALLE-WITTENBERG INFORMATIONMALeitung1nein 
fellowshipUnited Kingdom:GBLondonUCL  Stipendien1ja Vollzeit 3907547230 2017-06-14 http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/calendar/articles/2016-17-news/marie-curie-fellowships-2017 Marie Sklodowska Curie Individual Fellowship Scheme 2017 8 May 2017 The EU The Institute of Archaeology is supporting applications for Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships (MSCA-IF-2017) with an internal deadline of 14 June 2017 for consideration of applications. Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships provide opportunities for experienced researchers to acquire and transfer new knowledge and to work on research and innovation in a European context (EU Member States and Associated Countries) or outside Europe. Applicants are asked to complete their applications, using the templates available for this year's competition via the EC website. Applicants should also confirm their own eligibility following the criteria set out there. The internal review panel will be assessing draft applications on the following criteria only: quality of the individual applicant appropriate to their career stage (peer-reviewed publications etc.), ambition and feasibility of the research proposal, fit of the project with the applicant’s existing experience and with current Institute of Archaeology research. Following the internal review by the Institute of Archaeology panel, selected candidates will then be mentored through the application process by UCL and Institute of Archaeology staff. Applications should be submitted by email to Jo Dullaghan, Institute of Archaeology Research Administrator, by the internal deadline and to whom any queries may be addressed.     Institute of Archaeology deadline: 5pm on 14 June 2017keineerfahrennein 
wiss. redakteur/inGermany:DEHalle/SaaleLA f Denkmalpfl. u Arch Sachsen-Anhalt  Medien1nein15Teilzeit20   2017-06-14 http://www.lda-lsa.de/aktuelles/meldung/datum/2017/05/24/wiss_redakteurin-1/ Das Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie – Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte – sucht unter Vorbehalt zur Verfügung stehender Haushaltsmittel ab sofort   eine wissenschaftliche Redakteurin/ einen wissenschaftlichen Redakteur   Es handelt sich um eine Teilzeitstelle (50 %). Die Stelle ist mit EG 13 TV-L bewertet und bis 31.12.2018 befristet. Der Arbeitsort ist Halle (Saale).   Aufgabenfeld: •        Eigenverantwortliche wissenschaftliche Redaktion von Bänden der verschiedenen        Zeitschriften, Reihen und Sonderpublikationen des LDA vom Manuskripteingang bis       zum fertigen Druckerzeugnis •        Selbstständige redaktionelle Bearbeitung von Manuskripten sowohl sprachlich, technisch (Publikationsrichtlinien des LDA) als auch vor allem inhaltlich/fachwissenschaftlich •        Verantwortliche Koordinierung, Betreuung und Kontrolle der zugehörigen Text- und Bildbearbeitung, Layout- und Satzarbeiten sowie der Druckvorstufe: Anleitung von bzw. enge Zusammenarbeit mit Lektoren/Redakteuren, Grafikern und Fotografen innerhalb und außerhalb des LDA •        Korrespondenz und Koordinierung der Zusammenarbeit mit Autoren, Gutachtern, Druckereien und Verlagen   Voraussetzungen: •        Abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium im Fachbereich Vor- und Frühgeschichte oder verwandter Fachrichtungen •        Langjährige Berufserfahrung und Fachkenntnisse in der eigenverantwortlichen Redaktion und Koordinierung von wissenschaftlichen Publikationen (Angabe von Referenzen) •        Ausgeprägte organisatorische Fähigkeiten •       Sehr gutes Ausdrucksvermögen sowie sicherer Umgang mit den Regeln der Rechtschreibung •        Sehr gute Englischkenntnisse •        Umfangreiche EDV-Erfahrung, möglichst auch Grundlagen im Bereich Bildbearbeitung und Satz (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator) •        Erfahrung im Umgang mit Vergabevorschriften und Ausschreibungen •       Teamfähigkeit, selbstständiges Handeln, Verantwortungsbewusstsein, Sorgfalt und Genauigkeit •        Flexibilität und Belastbarkeit •        Führerschein Klasse B und Bereitschaft zum Führen von Dienstfahrzeugen   Bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung werden Schwerbehinderte bevorzugt berücksichtigt. Bewerbungen von Frauen sind ausdrücklich erwünscht. Bewerbungskosten werden nicht erstattet.   Die schriftliche Bewerbung mit aussagefähigen Unterlagen richten Sie bitte unter Angabe der Kenn-Nr. 17/17 – auch außen auf dem Briefumschlag – bis zum 14.06.2017 an:   Direktor des Landesamtes für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt – Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte – Richard-Wagner-Str. 9 06114 Halle (Saale)BAwenigjaAchtung: "Hochschulstudium" könnte auch MA oder höheren Abschluß bedeuten
volontariatGermany:DERheinlandLVR  Museum/Vermittlung1nein24Vollzeit 2251226978 2017-06-14 http://www.lvr.de/de/nav_main/derlvr/personal/ausbildungundstudiumbeimlvr/aktuellestellenangebote_1/praktikaundvolontariate/Volontariat98214090822.jsp Der Landschaftsverband Rheinland (LVR) sucht ab dem nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine / einen Wissenschaftliche Volontärin/Wissenschaftlichen Volontär für das LVR-Amt für Bodendenkmalpflege im Rheinland. Die Stelle ist mit der regelmäßigen wöchentlichen Arbeitszeit und befristet für die Dauer von zwei Jahren zu besetzen. Der Landschaftsverband Rheinland (LVR) arbeitet als Kommunalverband mit rund 18.000 Beschäftigten für die 9,6 Millionen Menschen im Rheinland. Mit seinen 41 Schulen, zehn Kliniken, 19 Museen und Kultureinrichtungen, drei Heilpädagogischen Netzen, vier Jugendhilfeeinrichtungen und dem Landesjugendamt erfüllt er Aufgaben, die rheinlandweit wahrgenommen werden. Der LVR ist Deutschlands größter Leistungsträger für Menschen mit Behinderungen und engagiert sich für Inklusion in allen Lebensbereichen. „Qualität für Menschen“ ist sein Leitgedanke. Die 13 kreisfreien Städte und die zwölf Kreise im Rheinland sowie die StädteRegion Aachen sind die Mitgliedskörperschaften des LVR. In der Landschaftsversammlung Rheinland gestalten Politikerinnen und Politiker aus den rheinischen Kommunen die Arbeit des Verbandes. Ihre Aufgaben Das Ziel des zweijährigen Volontariats ist die Befähigung zur Wahrnehmung der Aufgaben von Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern des höheren Dienstes. Wir bieten im Rahmen des Volontariats einen Überblick zum Leistungsprofil der Bodendenkmalpflege mit Schwerpunkt im Bereich Publikationen und Öffentlichkeitsarbeiten. Ihr Profil Voraussetzung für die Besetzung: Hochschulabschluss (Promotion, Magister/Master oder Staatsexsamen) mit dem Hauptfach Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Provinzialrömische Archäologie oder Mittelalterarchäologie Wünschenswert sind: Teamfähigkeit und Kommunikationsbereitschaft Der Eignungs- und Befähigungsnachweis ist durch Vorlage aktueller dienstlicher Beurteilungen/Zeugnisse zu führen. Wir bieten Ihnen Das Volontariat ist befristet für zwei Jahre und wird im 1. Jahr monatlich mit 1.876,70 € und im 2. Jahr mit 1.927,83 € vergütet. Ein umfangreiches Fortbildungsangebot Betriebliche Zusatzversorgung zur Alterssicherung im Tarifbereich Als Mitglied im Unternehmensnetzwerk „Erfolgsfaktor Familie“ hat die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf für uns eine hohe Priorität. Wir bemühen uns um familienfreundliche Arbeitszeiten. Auch der mögliche Wunsch nach einer Teilzeitbeschäftigung sollte kein Hinderungsgrund sein. Haben Sie noch Fragen? Dann wenden Sie sich bitte an Frau Dr. Aufleger, Telefon: 0228 9834-173. Sie wird Ihnen gerne weiterhelfen. Allgemeine Informationen über den Landschaftsverband Rheinland finden Sie im Internet unter www.lvr.de. Allgemeine Informationen über das LVR-Amt für Bodendenkmalpflege im Rheinland finden Sie im Internet unter www.bodendenkmalpflege.lvr.de. Der Bewerbung schwerbehinderter Frauen und Männer wird bei sonst gleicher Eignung der Vorzug gegeben. Wir freuen uns über Bewerbungen von Menschen mit Migrationshintergrund. Bitte bewerben Sie sich beim LVR-Fachbereich Personal und Organisation bis zum 14.06.2017 online über folgenden Link: „Zur Online Bewerbung“ Kennziffer: 982.14090.822 Referenzcode: K1499MAAnfängernein 
HER officerUnited Kingdom:GBLlandeiloDyfed Arch Trust  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit 2680033693 2017-06-12 http://www.dyfedarchaeology.org.uk/ Swyddog y Cofnod Amgylchedd Hanesyddol Penodiad Parhaol Ystod Cyflog £22,658 - £28,485 Mae Ymddiriedolaeth Archaeolegol Dyfed, sydd wedi'i lleoli yn Llandeilo, Sir Gaerfyrddin, yn awyddus i benodi Swyddog y Cofnod Amgylchedd Hanesyddol er mwyn cynnal, ymestyn a datblygu'r Cofnod Amgylchedd Hanesyddol ar gyfer Sir Gaerfyrddin, Ceredigion a Sir Benfro. Bydd gan yr unigolyn sy'n cael ei benodi sgiliau ysgrifenedig Cymraeg a Saesneg gwych, yn ogystal â phrofiad o gasglu a gweithio gyda systemau cofnodi digidol, cronfeydd data a'r System Gwybodaeth Ddaearyddol. Am ragor o wybodaeth ac i weld sut i ymgeisio, anfonwch neges e-bost at e.jones@dyfedarchaeology.org.uk Rhagor o wybodaeth   Historic Environment Record Officer Permanent Appointment Salary range £22,658 – £28,485 Located in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, Dyfed Archaeological Trust is seeking to appoint a Historic Environment Record Officer to maintain, enhance and develop the regional Historic Environment Record for Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire. The appointed person will have excellent written English and Welsh language skills as well as experience of compiling and working with digital record systems, databases and GIS. For more information and how to apply email e.jones@dyfedarchaeology.org.uk YMDDIRIEDOLAETH ARCHAEOLEGOL DYFED Swyddog y Cofnod Amgylchedd Hanesyddol Penodiad Parhaol Ystod Cyflog £22,658 - £28,485 Mae Ymddiriedolaeth Archaeolegol Dyfed, sydd wedi’i lleoli yn Llandeilo, Sir Gaerfyrddin, yn awyddus i benodi Swyddog y Cofnod Amgylchedd Hanesyddol er mwyn cynnal, ymestyn a datblygu’r Cofnod Amgylchedd Hanesyddol ar gyfer Sir Gaerfyrddin, Ceredigion a Sir Benfro. Bydd gan yr unigolyn sy’n cael ei benodi sgiliau ysgrifenedig Cymraeg a Saesneg gwych, yn ogystal â phrofiad o gasglu a gweithio gyda systemau cofnodi digidol, cronfeydd data a’r System Gwybodaeth Ddaearyddol. Am ragor o wybodaeth ac i weld sut i ymgeisio, ewch i: www.dyfedarchaeology.org.uk neu anfonwch neges e-bost at e.jones@dyfedarchaeology.org.uk DYFED ARCHAEOLOGICAL TRUST Historic Environment Record Officer Permanent Appointment Salary range £22,658 – £28,485 Located in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, Dyfed Archaeological Trust is seeking to appoint a Historic Environment Record Officer to maintain, enhance and develop the regional Historic Environment Record for Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire. The appointed person will have excellent written English and Welsh language skills as well as experience of compiling and working with digital record systems, databases and GIS. For more information and how to apply visit: www.dyfedarchaeology.org.uk or email e.jones@dyfedarchaeology.org.uk Key tasks • Development and maintenance of the HER. • Input of data into the HER in English and Welsh. • Provision of HER data in English and Welsh to members of the public, organisations and other enquirers. • Development and operation of formal data exchange agreement between DAT and appropriate organisations. • Development and management of HER computer structures and systems. • Development and management of recording and archiving systems. • Ensuring quality control through the validation of new data to be added to the HER as well as existing HER data. • Development and management of HER related projects. • Development of HER Action Plans in collaboration with the RCAHMW and senior DAT staff • Supervision of staff, students and volunteers working on HER related projects. • Line management of junior members of Heritage Management. • Presentation and promotion of the HER in English and Welsh to the public and others through talks, lectures, articles, papers, the internet, etc. Essential requirements • Excellent written and spoken Welsh language and English language skills. • A degree or equivalent in archaeology or a related subject (in exceptional circumstances knowledge and skills equivalent to these). • A Practical experience of compiling and working with digital record systems, databases and GIS. • An interest in the history, archaeology and culture of Wales • A full driving licence. Desirable requirements • Membership (at ACIfA level or above) of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and/or other professional bodies. • Experience of archaeological excavation and fieldwork. • Knowledge and experience of legislation, procedures, and guidance relating to HERs. • Knowledge of archive systems and procedures. Employee benefits Competitive salary range £22,658 – £28,485. Note it is anticipated that the appointment will be made in the range £22,658 - £25,951. 33 days holiday (including statutory holidays and concessionary days), rising to 38 after five years’ service. Contributory pension scheme 75% of CIfA subscription fees To apply For an informal discussion on the post contact Ken Murphy (Chief Executive) k.murphy@dyfedarchaeology.org.uk 01558 825991 There is no formal application form. To apply submit a letter of application, including your CV and the names and contact details of two referees. Email: k.murphy@dyfedarchaeology.org.uk or post to K Murphy, Dyfed Archaeological Trust, Corner House, 6 Carmarthen Street, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire SA19 6AE Deadline for applications: 12 June 2017BAwenigjaEnglish and Welsh language spoken and written
inspector of ancient monumentsUnited Kingdom:GBBirminghamHE  Denkmalpflege1nein10Vollzeit 3732737327 2017-06-12 https://historicengland.org.uk/about/jobs/vacancies/job/?ref=8166 Inspector of Ancient Monuments     Location: 10 Holliday St, Birmingham, B1 1TG     Contract type: Permanent     Salary: £32,359     Reference No: 8166 Final applications 12 June 2017 Description This is an opportunity for an experienced and creative ancient monuments specialist to join our Development Management team in Birmingham as an Inspector. You will apply our ethos of Constructive Conservation to help manage change to the most significant archaeology in the West Midlands. Your task will be to deliver Historic England`s advice in response to pre-application and formal consultations across the diverse and fascinating West Midlands. At its heart this post involves advising on scheduled monument consent applications, planning applications and management advice in relation to places of archaeological interest. The post requires that you take responsibility for a heavy case load and work in close consultation with colleagues in Heritage at Risk, Historic Places and Business support teams as well as management to achieve the overall objectives of the organisation. We strive to provide exemplary customer service to the wide range of people and organisations that we deal with. You will deal with a great diversity of customers and it is important to be able to communicate appropriately and to deliver a high level of expertise in an accessible manner. There will be the occasional need to deal with the media. You will also be asked to manage the performance and development of an Assistant Inspector. Closing Date 12 June 2017 Interviews will be held on Friday 30 June 2017 in our Birmingham office.       Job Description   Job title:                                     Inspector of Ancient Monuments Department:            National Planning Department Location:                                   Birmingham Responsible to:                          Principal Inspector Responsible for:                          Assistant Inspector of Ancient Monuments   Payband:                                   B       The Development Management Team provides Historic England’s statutory and non- statutory advice to our customers, engaging where we add most value to decision-making through our distinctive contribution as national experts. While the team’s main work will be on development management, the team will also support the Historic Places and Heritage at Risk Teams in the delivery of their work.       Overall purpose of the job:   As part of this Team, the Inspector of Ancient Monuments will take delegated responsibility for the delivery of Historic England’s advice on proposals for change in the historic environment (including the marine historic environment) that fall within their area of competence. They will develop the capabilities and manage the workloads of staff for whom they are responsible, ensuring knowledge of and compliance with agreed practices and standards. Applying the ethos of ‘constructive conservation’ and making effective use of Historic England’s Conservation Principles in all their advisory work, they will provide advice to owners and others on the sustainable management of the historic environment. They will contribute as required to the work of the HAR and Historic Places teams.       Main duties and responsibilities:   1.      To take responsibility for providing Historic England’s formal scheduled monument consent, planning and management advice in relation to places of archaeological interest, including assessing proposals, deciding upon that advice (unless the case is more appropriately escalated), and delivering it to agreed timescales and to excellent customer service standards.2.      To undertake pre-application discussion with potential applicants where appropriate, applying the ethos of ‘constructive conservation’ to negotiate creative solutions to problems so that proposed changes are sustainable.   3.      To manage the performance of an Assistant Inspector of Ancient Monuments, developing their capabilities, managing workload and ensuring knowledge of and compliance with agreed practices and standards.   4.      To assist local planning authorities and others with the interpretation of the law and national planning policy with regard to places of archaeological interest.   5.      As agreed with the Principal Inspector, to lead on the investigation of heritage crimes in relation to scheduled monuments, recommending appropriate interventions and securing consequential reparation actions.   6.      To promote, negotiate and support alternative management arrangements where this will improve and streamline management of the historic environment.   7.      To support the Heritage at Risk and Historic Places teams in delivering their work, including using their expert knowledge to contribute to the teams’ strategies and prioritisation.     8.      To be an effective advocate for the benefits that conserving heritage assets can bring to communities.   9.      To undertake any other reasonable duties commensurate with the grade and competencies required of the post requested by line management.     Please note that   •     the role requires regular travel to sites not serviced by public transport.   •     the role may require visiting/inspecting sites which is likely to require climbing scaffolding and negotiating confined spaces (e.g. church roofs etc)   •     the role will require occasional attendance at community meetings which are usually held at evenings or weekends.       This is a description of the job as it is presently constituted and will be subject to change. Job descriptions are updated in consultation with the post-holder on a regular basis to ensure they continue to reflect the needs of the role.   Person specification Training, experience & qualifications Essential: •  Educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant subject   •  Broad and extensive experience of managing change to ancient monuments and sites of archaeological interest, including through the planning system   •  Experience of dealing face-to-face with members of the public Desirable: •  A relevant post-graduate qualification •  Membership of a relevant professional or specialist body •  Training, experience or qualifications in managing staff and performance •  Experience in media handling Knowledge & skills Essential: •  A thorough knowledge of ancient monuments in England and the techniques of their study. •  Expertise in a specific field relevant to the post •  Extensive knowledge of the conservation, management and presentation of ancient monuments •  A good understanding of relevant Government policy, guidance and statutory procedures for the historic environment, including SMC •  Demonstrable capability in performance management •  Good negotiating and influencing skills   •  Ability to deal with pressure and challenge   •  A methodical and analytical approach to understanding proposals for change and assessing their impact Desirable: •  Knowledge of the integrated management of historic and natural environment, including relevant legislation •  An understanding of architecture and urban design in relation to new development in historic places Interpersonal skills Essential: •  Good oral and written communication skills   •  Ability to adapt communication styles to a variety of circumstances   •  Ability to act as an authoritative and persuasive representative of Historic England at all levels including public speaking   •  Excellent team-working skills Desirable: •  Ability to engender enthusiasm for the historic environment.     We are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all. We will consider making reasonable adjustments for disabled people where necessary, to ensure this.BAwenignein 
akadem. rat/rätinGermany:DEFreiburgUniv. Freiburg  Lehre und Forschung1nein36Vollzeit    2017-06-10 https://www.uni-freiburg.de/verwaltung/stellenboerse/?erf=y&stellenid=10357&layout=v4 Die Universität Freiburg ist einen Wechsel wert: Mit ihrer über 500-jährigen Geschichte ist sie eine der renommiertesten und forschungsstärksten Universitäten Deutschlands. Hier arbeiten Sie in einer einzigartigen Vielfalt von Fächern, Perspektiven und Menschen für Forschung und Lehre auf höchstem Niveau - mitten in einer der beliebtesten Städte Deutschlands. Die Personalpolitik der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg orientiert sich an den Prinzipien der Gleichstellung und Vielfalt. Die Universität bekennt sich nachdrücklich zu dem Ziel einer familiengerechten Hochschule. Die Abteilung Klassische Archäologie am Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften (IAW) der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg sucht zum 1.10.2017 eine/n Akademische/n Rätin / Rat (A 13) auf Zeit Vollzeitstelle, Eintrittstermin: 01.10.2017 Die Stelle ist für zunächst 3 Jahre zu besetzen mit Verlängerungsmöglichkeit um weitere 3 Jahre. Zu den Aufgaben gehört die selbständige Mitarbeit in der Lehre (4SWS), Forschung und Verwaltung der Abteilung Klassische Archäologie. Einstellungsvoraussetzung ist, neben der Erfüllung der beamten- und laufbahnrechtlichen Anforderungen, eine qualifizierte Promotion im Fach Klassische Archäologie. Ein zukünftiger Forschungsschwerpunkt im Bereich der römischen Archäologie und das Interesse an der Weiterqualifikation bspw. durch ein Habilitationsvorhaben sind wünschenswert Ein tabellarischer Lebenslauf, Zeugniskopien, eine einseitige Zusammenfassung der Dissertation, eine Publikationsliste und eine Kurzdarstellung laufender und vorgesehener Forschungsvorhaben werden als Teil der Bewerbungsunterlagen erbeten. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach A 13. Für die hier ausgeschriebene Position freuen wir uns besonders über Bewerbungen von Frauen.   Bitte bewerben Sie sich mit den o.g. Unterlagen und Belegen unter Angabe der Kennziffer 10357 bis spätestens 10.06.2017. Ihre Bewerbung richten Sie bitte in schriftlicher oder elektronischer Form an: Prof. Dr. Ralf von den Hoff Klassische Archäologie Universität Freiburg Fahnenbergplatz D-79085 Freiburg vd.hoff@archaeologie.uni-freiburg.de Für nähere Informationen steht Ihnen Prof. Dr. Ralf von den Hoff unter Tel. ++49 - (0)761 - 203-3072/3 oder Email vd.hoff@archaeologie.uni-freiburg.de zur Verfügung.PhDkeinenein 
mitarbeiter/in bereich digitalisierungGermany:DEHalle/SaaleLA f Denkmalpfl u Arch Sachsen-Anhalt  Denkmalpflege3nein20Vollzeit    2017-06-09 http://www.lda-lsa.de/aktuelles/meldung/datum/2017/05/08/mitarbeiterin_digitalisierung/ Beim Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt - Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte -  sind für ein Digitalisierungsprojekt im Bereich Archive/Sammlungen zum 01.07.2017 drei Stellen als     Mitarbeiter/in im Bereich Digitalisierung   zu besetzen.   Es handelt sich um Vollzeitstellen. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach der Entgeltgruppe E4 TV-L. Die Stellen sind bis zum 30.04.2018 befristet. Der Dienstort ist Halle (Saale).   Aufgaben       Eingabe von  Daten in Datenbanken     Übertragung von Angaben auf Karteikarten in Datenbankfelder     Prüfung der eingegebenen Daten auf ihre Richtigkeit und Vollständigkeit, gegebenenfalls Berichtigung von fehlerhaften Datenangaben nach Anleitung         Voraussetzungen       abgeschlossene Berufsausbildung als Kaufmann/Kauffrau für Bürokommunikation oder Bürokaufmann/-frau oder ein vergleichbarer Abschluss (z. B. Verwaltungsfachangestellte/r)     sehr gute Kenntnisse im Bereich MS-Office-Programme      wünschenswert sind Kenntnisse im Umgang mit Archivalien und Archivsystem     wünschenswert sind Erfahrungen beim Lesen älterer (d.h. zu Beginn/Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts) handschriftlicher Texte     Bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung werden Schwerbehinderte bevorzugt berücksichtigt. Bewerbungen von Frauen sind ausdrücklich erwünscht. Bewerbungskosten werden nicht erstattet.   Die schriftliche Bewerbung mit aussagefähigen Unterlagen richten Sie bitte unter Angabe der Kennnr. 13/17 – auch außen auf dem Briefumschlag - bis zum 09.06.2017 an:   Direktor des Landesamtes für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt -Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte- Richard-Wagner-Str.9 06114 Halle (Saale)andereAnfängernein 
archäologe/in f digitalisierungGermany:DEHalle/SaaleLA f Denkmalpfl u Arch Sachsen-Anhalt  Denkmalpflege1nein20Vollzeit    2017-06-09 http://www.lda-lsa.de/aktuelles/meldung/datum/2017/05/08/archaeologearchaeologin_digitalisierung_fundgutmuenzen/ Beim Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt - Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte -  ist für ein Digitalisierungsprojekt im Bereich Archive/Sammlungen zum 01.07.2017 eine Stelle als   Archäologe/Archäologin zur Digitalisierung des archäologischen Fundgutes/Münzen     zu besetzen.   Es handelt sich um eine Vollzeitstelle. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach der Entgeltgruppe E13 TV-L. Die Stelle ist bis zum 31.12.2018 befristet. Der Dienstort ist Halle (Saale).   Aufgaben     Leitung der projektinternen Arbeitsgruppe „Digitalisierung archäologisches Fundgut/Münzen“      Inhaltliche Überprüfung, Erschließung und Qualifizierung fachwissenschaftlich relevanter Daten im Bereich der Münzsammlung      Vorbereitung und Strukturierung der erzeugten Digitalisate zum Import in die Datenbanksysteme     Plausibilitätsprüfung der automatisiert erfassten und händisch ergänzten Informationen     Anleitung der in der Arbeitsgruppe beschäftigten Mitarbeiter     Überwachung und Kontrolle der in der Arbeitsgruppe erzielten Ergebnisse      Strukturelle und inhaltliche Planung und Umsetzung der Arbeitsschritte in Abstimmung mit der Projektkoordination und der Projektleitung       Fachliche Voraussetzungen     abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium im Fach Ur- und Frühgeschichte oder verwandter Fächer     fundierte Kenntnisse der mitteldeutschen Archäologie     grundlegende Kenntnisse von Datenbankstrukturen sowie umfassende Kenntnisse bei der Anwendung und Pflege von Datenbanksystemen     sehr gute Kenntnisse im Bereich MS-Office- Programme (Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint)     wünschenswert sind gute Kenntnisse im Bereich der Numismatik sowie der sichere Umgang mit digitaler Fotografie     wünschenswert sind gute Kenntnisse im Umgang mit Archivalien und Archivsystemen sowie die Fähigkeit zur Transkription handschriftlicher Informationen     Persönliche Voraussetzungen     Durchsetzungsvermögen und Überzeugungsfähigkeit     Teamfähigkeit     hohe soziale Kompetenz sowie Kommunikations- und Kooperationsfähigkeit     hohes Maß an Eigeninitiative, Verantwortungsgefühl und Selbstständigkeit     Zuverlässigkeit, Integrität, Belastbarkeit und Einsatzbereitschaft   Bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung werden Schwerbehinderte bevorzugt berücksichtigt. Bewerbungen von Frauen sind ausdrücklich erwünscht. Bewerbungskosten werden nicht erstattet.   Die schriftliche Bewerbung mit aussagefähigen Unterlagen richten Sie bitte unter Angabe der Kennnr. 12/17 – auch außen auf dem Briefumschlag - bis zum 09.06.2017 an:   Direktor des Landesamtes für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt -Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte- Richard-Wagner-Str.9 06114 Halle (Saale)BAAnfängerneinAchtung: 'abgeschlosssenes Studium' könnte auch MA bedeuten
archäologe/in f digitalisierungGermany:DEHalle/SaaleLA f Denkmalpfl u Arch Sachsen-Anhalt  Denkmalpflege1nein20Vollzeit    2017-06-09 http://www.lda-lsa.de/aktuelles/meldung/datum/2017/05/08/archaeologearchaeologin_digiatlisierung_hauptkatalog/ Beim Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt - Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte -  ist für ein Digitalisierungsprojekt im Bereich Archive/Sammlungen zum 01.07.2017 eine Stelle als   Archäologe/Archäologin zur Digitalisierung des Hauptkataloges     zu besetzen.   Es handelt sich um eine Vollzeitstelle. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach der Entgeltgruppe E13 TV-L. Die Stelle ist bis zum 30.04.2018 befristet. Der Dienstort ist Halle (Saale).   Aufgaben     Leitung der projektinternen Arbeitsgruppe „Digitalisierung Hauptkatalog“      Inhaltliche Überprüfung, Erschließung und Qualifizierung fachwissenschaftlich relevanter Daten aus dem Hauptkatalog     Vorbereitung und Strukturierung der erzeugten Digitalisate zum Import in die Datenbanksysteme     Plausibilitätsprüfung der automatisiert erfassten und händisch ergänzten Informationen     Anleitung der in der Arbeitsgruppe beschäftigten Mitarbeiter     Überwachung und Kontrolle der in der Arbeitsgruppe erzielten Ergebnisse      Strukturelle und inhaltliche Planung und Umsetzung der Arbeitsschritte in Abstimmung mit der Projektkoordination und der Projektleitung       Fachliche Voraussetzungen     abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium im Fach Ur- und Frühgeschichte     fundierte Kenntnisse der mitteldeutschen Archäologie     grundlegende Kenntnisse von Datenbankstrukturen sowie umfassende Kenntnisse bei der Anwendung und Pflege von Datenbanksystemen     sehr gute Kenntnisse im Bereich MS-Office- Programme (Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint)     wünschenswert sind gute Kenntnisse im Umgang mit Archivalien und Archivsystemen sowie die Fähigkeit zur Transkription handschriftlicher Informationen     Persönliche Voraussetzungen     Durchsetzungsvermögen und Überzeugungsfähigkeit     Teamfähigkeit     hohe soziale Kompetenz sowie Kommunikations- und Kooperationsfähigkeit     hohes Maß an Eigeninitiative, Verantwortungsgefühl und Selbstständigkeit     Zuverlässigkeit, Integrität, Belastbarkeit und Einsatzbereitschaft   Bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung werden Schwerbehinderte bevorzugt berücksichtigt. Bewerbungen von Frauen sind ausdrücklich erwünscht. Bewerbungskosten werden nicht erstattet.   Die schriftliche Bewerbung mit aussagefähigen Unterlagen richten Sie bitte unter Angabe der Kennnr. 11/17 – auch außen auf dem Briefumschlag - bis zum 09.06.2017 an:   Direktor des Landesamtes für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt -Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte- Richard-Wagner-Str.9 06114 Halle (Saale)  BAAnfängerneinAchtung - 'abgeschlossenes Studium' könnte auch MA bedeuten
volontariatGermany:DEKemptenStadt Kempten  Museum/Vermittlung1nein24Vollzeit    2017-06-09 http://www.kempten.de/de/wissenschaftl-volont-05-17.php Wissenschaftliche/r Volontär/in Die Stadt Kempten (Allgäu) sucht für die Abteilung Archäologischer Park Cambodunum (APC) und Stadtarchäologie im Kulturamt zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine/n Wissenschaftliche/n Volontär/in in Vollzeit für die Dauer von zwei Jahren. Als Entgelt wird eine Festvergütung in Höhe von 50 % der Entgeltgruppe 13, Stufe 1 TVöD vereinbart. 2000 Jahre Geschichte haben in Kempten ihre Spuren hinterlassen, die in Denkmälern, Museen und Sammlungen bewahrt und präsentiert werden. Das Volontariat ist fachlich in der archäologischen Abteilung des Kulturamts der Stadt Kempten (Allgäu) angesiedelt. Diese betreut den Archäologischen Park Cambodunum (APC), den Schauraum Erasmus-Kapelle und die archäologische Sammlung. Sie betreibt außerdem die Erforschung, Sicherung und Vermittlung der archäologischen Denkmäler und Quellen Kemptens. In den nächsten Jahren wird maßgeblich die Fortentwicklung des APC vorangetrieben. Das Volontariat ermöglicht daher die Einführung in alle relevanten musealen Arbeitsbereiche sowie die Tätigkeiten der Kommunalarchäologie. Dabei sind folgende Aufgaben vorgesehen:     Mitarbeit bei der Konzeption, Organisation und Umsetzung neuer Ausstellungselemente und Vermittlungsangebote im Rahmen der Fortentwicklung des APC     Mitarbeit bei der Erstellung von Publikationen und Ausstellungstexten     Planung und Durchführung von Projekten und Veranstaltungen     Mitarbeit in allen Bereichen des kommunalarchäologischen und musealen Betriebes (Feldarchäologie und wissenschaftliche Bearbeitung, Sammeln, Bewahren, Ausstellen, Vermitteln, Management und Verwaltung, Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und Querschnittsaufgaben) Für diese Aufgaben erwarten wir folgende Qualifikationen:     Abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium (Master of Arts, Magister Artium, Diplom, Promotion) der Provinzialrömischen Archäologie, Vor- und Frühgeschichte oder Klassischen Archäologie     Fundierte Erfahrungen mit feldarchäologischer Arbeit sowie Organisation und Verwaltung des Fundgutes     Einschlägige Praktika und praktische Erfahrungen in Museen oder sonstigen Ausstellungsbereichen     Hohe sprachliche Kompetenz und sehr gutes schriftliches Ausdrucksvermögen     Fähigkeit zur Team- und Projektarbeit     Hohe Einsatzbereitschaft, Flexibilität und Zuverlässigkeit     Ausgeprägtes Organisationstalent und besucherorientierte Arbeitsweise     Sicherer Umgang mit allen MS Office-Programmen, einfacher Bildbearbeitung und Datenbanken     Führerschein Klasse B bzw. 3 Die Gleichstellung von Frauen und Männern ist ebenso Bestandteil unserer Personalentwicklung wie die Chancengleichheit von Menschen mit Behinderung. Bewerber/innen, die Beruf und Familie vereinbaren wollen, sind uns daher besonders willkommen. Schwerbehinderte werden bei ansonsten gleicher Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Begrüßt werden Bewerbungen von Bewerberinnen und Bewerbern aller Nationalitäten. Für Auskünfte steht Ihnen die Leiterin des Archäologischen Parks Cambodunum/der Stadtarchäologie Frau Dr. Maike Sieler (Tel. 0831 2525-448) zur Verfügung. Ihre Bewerbungen mit den üblichen Unterlagen richten Sie bitte bis spätestens 09.06.2017 an das Personalamt der Stadt Kempten (Allgäu), Rathausplatz 22, 87435 Kempten (Allgäu). Gerne nehmen wir Ihre Bewerbung auch per E-Mail an bewerbungE-Mail at Zeichenkempten.de entgegen. Wir bitten um Verständnis dafür, dass nur Bewerbungen angenommen werden können, die den o. g. Voraussetzungen entsprechen und dass Bewerbungsmappen nur zurück geschickt werden können, wenn ein Freiumschlag beigelegt wird.MAwenigja 
project manangerUnited Kingdom:GBYorkYork Arch. Trust  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit 2969535566 2017-06-09 http://www.yorkarchaeology.co.uk/get-involved/work-for-yat/vacancies-in-york/ Project Manager – York Archaeological Trust (2017) Salary Grade Range: £25,883 – £31,000 depending upon experience   The role We are seeking an enthusiastic and committed archaeological professional to help us develop and manage the delivery of the Trust’s archaeological projects from inception to completion, and to expand the Trust’s client base and project portfolio. This is a permanent position with a 6-month probationary period. The successful candidate will demonstrate a thorough understanding of the planning process and current best practice and approaches towards the historic environment. The role requires experience in research, project management and extensive commercial archaeological fieldwork. Public outreach activities may form a part of this role. The York Archaeological Trust is an educational charity with a clear remit for enhancing public engagement with archaeology and heritage. You will:     Manage a portfolio of field projects within time and budgetary constraints.     Undertake and oversee post-excavation analysis and reporting/editing     Prepare costings and tenders for archaeological projects     Produce Project Designs/Written Schemes of Investigation in negotiation with Local Government Archaeologists     Prepare and quality check reports up to publication level.     Provide general consultancy and specialist input into multiple projects.     Develop and maintain business relationships with clients in order expand the Trust’s commercial portfolio     Develop/extend key strategic contacts both regionally and nationally within the heritage and construction and development sectors.     Represent the Trust’s interests externally in negotiations with clients and public bodies.     Represent the Trust in the public sphere as part of its commitment to community archaeology, dissemination and widening participation   This post will be a permanent contract following the successful completion of a 6 month probationary period and requires:     A degree and/or in archaeology or related discipline and an appropriate level of demonstrable experience     A driving licence     CIfA membership and a valid CSCS card is preferred     A First Aid at Work certificate would be advantageous, but not essential Applications must be received by midnight on 9th June 2017. If you would like to discuss the post or have any enquiries, please contact Ian Milsted on 01904 663015 or imilsted@yorkat.co.uk. Interviews are likely to be held in the week beginning 19th June 2017. To apply, please complete an application form, quoting Job Reference PMY2017 and send by email or post for the attention of Ian Milsted to: imilsted@yorkat.co.uk or York Archaeological Trust, 47 Aldwark, York, YO1 7BX. The Trust is a CIfA registered organisation.  PM JD 2017 YORK ARCHAEOLOGICAL TRUST Job Title: Project Manager Salary: between £25,883 - £31,000 p.a. Reporting to: Head of Archaeology, York Office Responsible for: Supervisors and Project Teams Role: Develop and manage the delivery of the Trust’s archaeological projects from inception to completion. Expand the Trust’s client base and project portfolio. Key responsibilities  Develop and maintain safe methods of working in adherence with the Trust’s Health and Safety Policy to minimise risk to colleagues, other workers and members of the public and achieve the Trust’s health and safety objectives  Develop and maintain business relationships with clients in order expand the Trust’s commercial portfolio  Tender for archaeological projects and develop streams of funding in order to meet the Trust’s financial objectives  Manage the delivery of multiple complex projects to time and budget from inception to completion to meet client aspirations in order to meet the Trust’s financial objectives  Adhere to standards and guidance set out by the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and ensure those working on project comply with the same to ensure a high standard of professional compliance  Produce Project Designs/Written Schemes of Investigation in negotiation with Local Government Archaeologists  Undertake post-excavation reporting including assessment, analysis and publication reports.  Provide quality assurance through editing and review of Trust reports  Maintain full project management records in line with the Trust’s project management and quality assurance policy  Procure equipment and sub-contractors in a cost effective manner in order to ensure delivery of the Trust’s archaeological projects  Liaise with internal and external specialists in order to deliver project objectives  Represent the Trust in the public sphere as part of its commitment to community archaeology, dissemination and widening participation  Support the Head of Archaeology with the management of permanent and casual Supervisor and Archaeologist grade staff as requested.  Other duties that from time to time are required to meet the needs of the Trust’s businessBAwenigja 
fieldwork staffUnited Kingdom:GBEnglandAOC archaeology  Lehre und Forschung nein Vollzeit372023040125 2017-06-09 http://www.aocarchaeology.com/our-staff/vacancies/ Project-Specific Fieldwork Archaeologists: London Salary range £17,646.00 to £19,746.00 (dependant on location and experience) 37hrs per week (Lincolnshire, Midlands, London and the South) Temporary contracts available, from November 2016 onward. AOC Archaeology Group is one of the leading commercial archaeology companies in the UK, comprising a highly skilled and dynamic team and offering a full range of archaeological fieldwork, consultancy, survey, post-excavation and public archaeology services. AOC is looking to recruit experienced additional archaeologists to supplement our core teams on exciting new projects. Applicants should ideally have at least three months UK commercial archaeology experience and linear infrastructure experience would be beneficial. The successful applicants will be working on various exciting projects in Lincolnshire, the Midlands, London and the South. Due to the varied nature of the work and the job specifications we will review applications forms on receipt of application and on an ongoing basis. Previous applicants to AOC should re-apply if interested in this role. It is vital that you are a good team member with a positive and enthusiastic approach to archaeology. You will also need to be self motivating and able to work independently and under your own initiative, and it will be necessary to work away from home with overnight stays. Accommodation and subsistence are provided, along with transport to and from site. CIfA membership is desirable, as is a CSCS card; the latter can be organised once in post - and would be paid for by AOC Archaeology. A clean driving licence and computer literacy is essential. This is an exciting opportunity to develop your career with a forward-looking archaeological company, with an expanding range of clients and projects, while working for an organisation that believes in investing in and developing its staff in order to achieve the highest professional standards. As well as adhering to CIFA salary recommendations we also offer a suite of staff benefits including: pension, training budgets, support for research, subscriptions to CIFA, paid subsistence and travel time on field projects and flexible working. AOC also offer a diverse range of fieldwork opportunities ranging from evaluations through to community heritage work. AOC Archaeology is a CIfA Registered Organisation and has ISO 9001:2008 certification. If you would like any further information on this post, please contact Catherine Edwards: catherine.edwards@aocarchaeology.com / 020 8843 7380. Your enquiry will be treated in confidence. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Project Manager (london and York) Fieldwork: London and York Salary range £27,100 to £35,000 (depending on experience and location); Immediate Start About AOC AOC Archaeology Group is one of the leading, and fasting growing, commercial archaeology companies in the UK. We have a highly skilled and dynamic team and offer a full range of archaeological fieldwork, consultancy, survey, post-excavation and public archaeology services. AOC Archaeology is a CIfA Registered Organisation and has ISO 9001:2008 certification. Role We are looking to appoint experienced Project Managers to be based in our successful and growing London and York offices. The role involves the management of commercial projects across the UK, with a particular focus on fieldwork projects England. You will be involved in the successful management of projects from inception to completion. You will be responsible for mentoring staff by communicating your knowledge and experience to foster a rounded, successful team. About You Highly experienced, motivated, professional archaeologist who is interested in developing their career with a forward-thinking company with high professional standards of work. Dynamic individual who will be central to the future growth and success of the Group. Experience in a senior archaeological project management role in a commercial context is essential, as is experience of tendering, budget control and reporting. Sound fieldwork and consultancy knowledge and a creative approach to business development. Good team member with a positive approach to commercial archaeology. You will also need to be self-motivating with good leadership skills. You will need to be willing to travel to site meetings and visits. Degree level qualifications or above, MIfA or equivalent and a publication record are preferable. A clean driver licence and computer literacy are essential. Benefits This is an exciting opportunity to develop your career with a forward-looking archaeological company, with an expanding range of clients and projects, while working for an organisation that believes in investing in and developing its staff in order to achieve the highest professional standards. Company benefits also include being part of the AOC Company Pension Scheme, full payment of CIfA fees, Employee Assistance Programme, and childcare vouchers. Applying Applications via CV and cover letter, and should be sent to Claire.Mack@aocarchaeology.com. The closing date for applications is 9th June 2017, and it is expected that interviews will be held in mid/late June at our London office. We are looking for immediate starts, so early applications are welcome. If you would like any further information on this post, please contact Catherine Edwards at catherine.edwards@aocarchaeology.com or call 020 8843 7380 for an informal discussion. Your enquiry will be treated in confidence. +++++++++++++ Project Supervisor / Project Officer Fieldwork: London and York Salary Range £19,200 - £28,670 (depending on experience and location); Immediate Start About AOC AOC Archaeology Group is one of the leading, and fasting growing, commercial archaeology companies in the UK. We have a highly skilled and dynamic team and offer a full range of archaeological fieldwork, consultancy, survey, post-excavation and public archaeology services. AOC Archaeology is a CIfA Registered Organisation and has ISO 9001:2008 certification. Role AOC is looking to recruit suitably qualified Project Supervisors and Project Officers to work on various projects in England, based in either London or York. Due to the varied nature of the work and the job specifications we will review applications forms on receipt of application and early starts are available for the right individuals. Individuals applying for the Project Supervisor role must have at least 12 months of UK commercial experience at the appropriate level and Project Officer 24 months. About You     Good team member with a positive and enthusiastic approach to archaeology.     Self-motivating and able to work independently and under your own initiative.     Required to travel around England with overnight stays.     CIfA membership is desirable, as is a CSCS card; the latter can be organised once in post - and would be paid for by AOC Archaeology.     A clean driving licence and computer literacy is essential. Benefits This is an exciting opportunity to develop your career with a forward-looking archaeological company, with an expanding range of clients and projects, while working for an organisation that believes in investing in and developing its staff in order to achieve the highest professional standards. Company benefits also include being part of the AOC Company Pension Scheme, full payment of CIfA fees, Employee Assistance Programme, and childcare vouchers. Applying Applications via CV and cover letter, and should be sent to Claire.Mack@aocarchaeology.com. The closing date for applications is 9th June 2017, and it is expected that interviews will be held mid/late June at our London office. We are looking for immediate starts, so early applications are welcome. If you would like any further information on this post, please contact Catherine Edwards at catherine.edwards@aocarchaeology.com or call 020 8843 7380 for an informal discussion. Your enquiry will be treated in confidence.BAAnfängerjavarious grades depending on qualifications and experience levels
lecturer medieval history and archaeologyUnited Kingdom:GBLondonBirkbeck Univ.  Lehre und Forschung1nein12Vollzeit354262242622 2017-06-08 http://jobs.bbk.ac.uk/fe/tpl_birkbeckcollege01.asp?s=4A515F4E5A565B1A&jobid=63943,1256617261&key=113387362&c=87588768782157&pagestamp=seyxykdsahtmtzvtsw Lecturer A in Medieval History and Archaeology Reference Number     12198 Location     London, Bloomsbury School/Department     History, Classics and Archaeology Position Type     Fixed term Hours     35 hours per week Salary from/to     36548 - 36548   The Department of History, Classics and Archaeology invites applications for a fixed-term Lectureship in Medieval History and Archaeology. Scholars working on any aspect of medieval history and archaeology c. 600 – c. 1400 will be considered. Applicants ideally should have completed a PhD or equivalent qualification in History or Archaeology and possess a publication record that shows clear evidence of research excellence and outstanding potential to contribute to the Department’s commitment to research-led teaching.   Experience of lecturing and conducting seminars at both undergraduate and postgraduate level is particularly desirable. The appointee will have to show clear ability to teach the BA option module 'Building the Middle Ages' and the MA option on 'City of Rome: Ancient to Medieval.' There will also be an expectation to lead and contribute to the jointly-taught BA option module ‘From Ancient to Medieval Societies.' Experience in the supervision of postgraduate dissertation research is also desirable.   The successful applicant will take responsibility for organisation, supervision and teaching of medieval history and archaeology at undergraduate and postgraduate level; supervise postgraduate students; engage in scholarly research and publication; and participate in Departmental and School administration as required.   Birkbeck’s Department of History, Classics and Archaeology (HCA) has a long and distinguished record as a centre of research and teaching excellence. In the Research Excellence Framework 2014, HCA was ranked seventh among all History departments in Britain (Times Higher Education research intensity table), with 85% of its research portfolio deemed ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’.   For further information about the Department of History, Classics and Archaeology please visit the following website: www.bbk.ac.uk/history. Details of our courses can be found at: www.bbk.ac.uk/history/prospective-students   Further Information Salary: Grade 7, spine point 31 of the College's London Pay Scale which is £36,548 per annum. This post is full time, 35 hours per week (1.0 FTE) and fixed term for one year from 1 October 2017.The salary quoted above is on the College's London Pay Scale and includes a consolidated Weighting/Allowance which applies only to staff whose normal contractual place of work is in the Greater London area. This appointment will be on the first point of the scale. The appointment is subject to a probationary period for the duration of the appointment. Birkbeck also provides a generous defined benefit pension scheme, 31 days paid leave, flexible working arrangements and other great benefits. The closing date for completed applications is midnight on Thursday 8 June 2017. Interviews will likley be held on Tuesday 20 June 2017. For further information on this opportunity contact Dr Frederick Anscombe, Assistant Dean (Email:f.anscombe@bbk.ac.uk). A link to the PDF document containing the job description and person specification is below. Birkbeck welcomes applicants from all sections of the community. The College is committed to improving the gender and cultural diversity of its workforce, holding an Athena SWAN award and membership of WISE, operating the Disability Confident and Mindful Employer schemes, is a Stonewall Diversity Champion and is working towards the Race Equality Charter Mark.PhDwenignein 
lecturer/ass. prof archaeologyIreland:IEDublinUCD  Lehre und Forschung1ja Vollzeit 5180779194 2017-06-08 https://hrportal.ucd.ie/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.display_form Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Archaeology, UCD School of Archaeology (Permanent) Applications are invited for a permanent appointment(s) as Lecturer/Assistant Professor (above the bar) in Archaeology, UCD School of Archaeology. Candidates will be able to demonstrate excellence in providing high quality and innovative undergraduate teaching: especially at Level One/First Year. They will have a demonstrated commitment to student engagement and development. Candidates should have an established research and teaching profile in Prehistoric Europe with a particular focus on Ireland and Britain. In keeping with the School’s Strategic plan (see www.ucd.ie/archaeology), successful candidates will be expected to participate fully in providing high quality and innovative undergraduate and graduate teaching, produce internationally excellent research, and contribute fully to the efficient running and day-to-day life of the School of Archaeology. Note: It is anticipated that interviews will take place in early/mid. July 2017 and that the successful candidate will commence on post on 1 September 2017. Salary: 95 Lecturer / Assistant Professor (above the bar) Scale: €51,807 - €79,194 p.a. Appointment will be made on scale and in accordance with the Department of Finance guidelines Closing date: : 17:00hrs (GMT) on Thursday 8th June 2017 Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD do not accept late applications. Hours of work for academic staff are those as prescribed under Public Service Agreements. For further information please access details at the following web address: http://www.ucd.ie/hr/t4cms/Academic%20Contract.pdf © UCD Human Resources Job Description – Ref: 009327 J Job Descrriipttiion College: UCD College of Social Sciences & Law School/Unit UCD School of Archaeology Post Title & Subject Area: Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Archaeology - commencing 1 Sept. 2017 Post Duration Permanent Post Grade Lecturer/Assistant Professor (above the bar) Reports to Head of School of Archaeology HR Reference No. 009327 HR Administrator Adrian Woods / John Wyatt Posiittiion Summary In the context of very significant changes to the provision of undergraduate education in the Social Sciences at UCD the School of Archaeology are seeking to appoint a candidate to a new permanent position. Candidates will be able to demonstrate excellence in providing high quality and innovative undergraduate teaching: especially at Level One/First Year. They will have a demonstrated commitment to student engagement and development. Candidates should have an established research and teaching profile in Prehistoric Europe with a particular focus on Ireland and Britain. In keeping with the School’s Strategic plan (see www.ucd.ie/archaeology), successful candidates will be expected to participate fully in providing high quality and innovative undergraduate and graduate teaching, produce internationally excellent research, and contribute fully to the efficient running and day-to-day life of the School of Archaeology. Note: It is anticipated that interviews will take place in early/mid. July 2017 and that the successful candidate will commence on post on 1 September 2017. Salary: 95 Lecturer/Assistant Professor (above the bar) Scale: €51,807 - €79,194 per annum. Appointment will be made on scale and in accordance with the Department of Finance guidelines Principal Duties and Responsibilities  Teach and coordinate modules at undergraduate and graduate levels with an especial emphasis on Level One students  Contribute fully to the efficient running of the School of Archaeology, with an especial emphasis on student engagement and development  Supervise postgraduate research students  Produce internationally excellent research and high impact publications  Work toward the strategic goals of the School as defined in our Strategic Plan  Undertake such other appropriate duties as directed by the Head of School in line with the contract of employment. Sellecttiion Criitteriia Selection criteria outline the qualifications, skills, knowledge and/or experience that the successful candidate would need to demonstrate for successful discharge of the responsibilities of the post. Applications will be assessed on the basis of how well candidates satisfy these criteria. © UCD Human Resources Job Description – Ref: 009327 Further IInfformatiion ffor Candiidates Suppllementtary iinfformattiion The University: http://ww.ucd.ie/aboutucd.htm The UCD Strategy for Research, Innovation and Impact 2015-2020: http://www.ucd.ie/innovation/aboutus/ucdstrategyforresearchinnovationandimpact/ UCD College of Social Sciences and Law: http://www.ucd.ie/socscilaw/ UCD School of Archaeology: http://www.ucd.ie/archaeology/ Other (Please specify): N/A Rellocattiion Expenses  Will be applied in accordance with the UCD policy http://www.ucd.ie/hr/html/manual/remvexp.pdf Garda Vettttiing requiired::  No I Infformall Enquiiriies ONLY tto:: Name: Graeme Warren Title: Head of School Email address: graeme.warren@ucd.ie Telephone: 00353 1 7168613 Eligibility to compete and certain restrictions on eligibility Incentivised Scheme for Early Retirement (ISER) It is a condition of the Incentivised Scheme for Early Retirement (ISER) as set out in Department of Finance Circular 12/09 that retirees, under that Scheme, are debarred from applying for another position in the same employment or the same sector. Therefore, such retirees may not apply for this position. Department of Health and Children Circular (7/2010) The Department of Health Circular 7/2010 dated 1 November 2010 introduced a Targeted Voluntary Early Retirement (VER) Scheme and Voluntary Redundancy Schemes (VRS). It is a condition of the VER scheme that persons availing of the scheme will not be eligible for re-employment in the public health Mandatory  PhD in archaeology  Substantial teaching experience at University level; including design, delivery and associated administration of large introductory undergraduate modules  Demonstrated Excellence in teaching at University level  Demonstrated commitment to student engagement and development.  A strong research and publication profile in the prehistory of Ireland and/or Britain in their European context  Demonstrated administrative and interpersonal skills in a University context Desirable  Graduate teaching experience including supervision of MA/MSc dissertations  Demonstrated success in obtaining research funding © UCD Human Resources Job Description – Ref: 009327 sector or in the wider public service or in a body wholly or mainly funded from public moneys. The same prohibition on re-employment applies under the VRS, except that the prohibition is for a period of 7 years, after which time any re-employment will require the approval of the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform. People who availed of either of these schemes are not eligible to compete in this competition. Collective Agreement: Redundancy Payments to Public Servants The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform letter dated 28th June 2012 to Personnel Officers introduced, with effect from 1st June 2012, a Collective Agreement which had been reached between the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform and the Public Services Committee of the ICTU in relation to ex-gratia Redundancy Payments to Public Servants. It is a condition of the Collective Agreement that persons availing of the agreement will not be eligible for re-employment in the public service by any public service body (as defined by the Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Acts 2009 – 2011) for a period of 2 years from termination of the employment. Thereafter the consent of the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform will be required prior to re-employment. People who availed of this scheme and who may be successful in this competition will have to prove their eligibility (expiry of period of non-eligibility) and the Minister’s consent will have to be secured prior to employment by any public service body. Declaration Applicants will be required to a Pre-Employment Declaration to confirm whether they have previously availed of a public service scheme of incentivised early retirement and/or the collective agreement outlined above. The above represents the main schemes and agreements restricting a candidate’s right to be re-employed in the public service. However it is not intended to be an exhaustive list and candidates should declare details of any other exit mechanism they have availed of which restricts their right to be re-employed in the public service. Applicants will also be required to declare any entitlements to a Public Service pension benefit (in payment or preserved) from any other Public Service employment and/or where they have received a payment-in-lieu in respect of service in any Public Service employment. Superannuation and Retirement The successful candidate will be offered the appropriate superannuation terms and conditions as prevailing in the University, at the time of being offered an appointment. In general, and except for candidates who have worked in a pensionable (non-single scheme terms) public service job in the 26 weeks prior to appointment (see paragraph d below), this means being offered appointment based on membership of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme (“Single Scheme”). Key provisions attaching to membership of the Single Scheme are as follows: a. Pensionable Age The minimum age at which pension is payable is 66 (rising to 67 and 68) in line with State Pension age changes. b. Retirement Age: Scheme members must retire at the age of 70. c. Pension Abatement  If the appointee was previously employed in the Civil Service or in the Public Service please note that the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and Other Provisions) Act 2012 includes a provision which extends abatement of pension for all Civil and Public Servants who are re-employed where a Public Service pension is in payment. This provision to apply abatement across the wider public service came into effect on 1 November 2012. This may have pension implications for any person appointed to this position who is currently in receipt of a Civil or Public Service pension or has a preserved Civil or Public Service pension which will come into payment during his/her employment in this position.  Department of Education and Skills Early Retirement Scheme for Teachers Circular 102/2007 The Department of Education and Skills introduced an Early Retirement Scheme for Teachers. It is a condition of the Early Retirement Scheme that with the exception of the © UCD Human Resources Job Description – Ref: 009327 situations set out in paragraphs 10.2 and 10.3 of the relevant circular documentation, and with those exceptions only, if a teacher accepts early retirement under Strands 1, 2 or 3 of this scheme and is subsequently employed in any capacity in any area of the public sector, payment of pension to that person under the scheme will immediately cease. Pension payments will, however, be resumed on the ceasing of such employment or on the person’s 60th birthday, whichever is the later, but on resumption, the pension will be based on the person’s actual reckonable service as a teacher (i.e. the added years previously granted will not be taken into account in the calculation of the pension payment).  Ill-Health-Retirement Please note that where an individual has retired from a Civil/Public Service body on the grounds of ill-health his/her pension from that employment may be subject to review in accordance with the rules of ill-health retirement within the pension scheme of that employment. d. Prior Public Servants While the default pension terms, as set out in the preceding paragraphs, consist of Single Scheme membership, this may not apply to certain appointees. Full details of the conditions governing whether or not a public servant is a Single Scheme member are given in the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and other Provisions) Act 2012. However the key exception case (in the context of this competition and generally) is that a successful candidate who has worked in a pensionable (non-single scheme terms) capacity in the public service within 26 weeks of taking up appointment, would in general not become a member of the Single Scheme. In this case such a candidate would instead be offered membership of the UCD Pension Scheme. This would mean that the abatement provisions at (c) above would apply, and in addition there are implications in respect of pension accrual as outlined below: e. Pension Accrual A 40-year limit on total service that can be counted towards pension where a person has been a member of more than one existing public service pension scheme would apply. This 40-year limit, which is provided for in the Public Service Pensions (Single Scheme and other Provisions) Act 2012 came into effect on 28 July 2012. This may have implications for any appointee who has acquired pension rights in a previous public service employment. f. Pension-Related Deduction This appointment is subject to the pension-related deduction in accordance with the Financial Emergency Measure in the Public Interest Act 2009. For further information in relation to the Single Public Service Pension Scheme for Public Servants please see the following website: http://www.per.gov.ie/pensions.PhDerfahrennein 
volontariatGermany:DENebraBesucherzentrum Arche Nebra  Museum/Vermittlung1nein24Vollzeit 1353817997 2017-06-07 https://www.iaw.uni-freiburg.de/stellenboerse/volontariat_arche_nebra http://www.himmelsscheibe-erleben.de/ http://www.landesarchaeologen.de/stellenangebote/MAkeineja 
Bibliotheksmitarbeiter/inSwitzerland:CHBaselArchäologie Schweiz  Sonstiges1ja Teilzeit20   2017-06-06 http://www.archaeologie-schweiz.ch/STELLENBOERSE.190.0.html Archäologie? – aber klar! Die Vereinigung Archäologie Schweiz (AS) mit Sitz in Basel hat rund 1900 Mitglieder, Fachleute wie kundige Laien, und setzt sich für den Erhalt, die Erforschung und das Vermitteln des Schweizer Kul-turerbes auf nationaler Ebene ein (www.archaeologie-schweiz.ch). Per 1.9.2017 oder nach Vereinbarung besetzen wir eine 50%-Stelle neu. Die eine Hälfte dieses Pen-sums wird für die Pflege und den Ausbau der AS-eigenen, aber mit der Universitätsbibliothek verbun-denen Bücherbestände verwendet: Katalogisierung mit Aleph 500 nach den Katalogisierungsregeln der RDA, Ressource Description and Access, und der GND, Gemeinsamen Normdatei; Schriften-tausch usw. Im Rahmen der anderen Hälfte sind die AS-Webseite in einem CMS-System zu aktuali-sieren (vorgegebene Inhalte einbauen und modifizieren), der AS-Newsletters technisch aufzubereiten und die unterschiedlichsten weiteren Aufgaben zu erledigen, wie sie in unserem vom Zentralsekretär geleiteten 3-Personen-Team anfallen: allgemeine Unterstützungsaufgaben und zeitweise Stellvertre-tungen etc. Für weitere Auskünfte wenden Sie sich an uns: urs.niffeler@archaeologie-schweiz.ch oder 061/261 30 78. Sind Sie Archäolog/in und/oder haben Sie eine bibliothekarische Ausbildung (FH in In-formationswissenschaft) und Erfahrungen im Arbeiten mit Bibliothekssystemen, vorzugsweise Aleph? Sind Sie mit CMS-Systemen vertraut? Ist Ihre Muttersprache deutsch und haben Sie gute Franzö-sischkenntnisse – beziehungsweise französische Muttersprache und gute Deutschkenntnisse? Dann richten Sie bitte Ihre Bewerbung in elektronischer Form bis zum 6.6.17 an Urs Niffeler, Zentralsekretär der Archäologie Schweiz, urs.niffeler@archaeologie-schweiz.ch Archéologie? – évidemment! L’association Archéologie Suisse (AS) dont le siège est à Bâle compte environ 1900 membres - pro-fessionnels et amateurs éclairés - et s’engage pour la conservation, la recherche et la promotion du patrimoine culturel suisse au niveau national (www.archeologie-suisse.ch). Nous mettons au concours un poste à 50% avec entrée en fonction dès le 1er septembre 2017, ou date à convenir. Une moitié de ce temps d’emploi est réservée à l’entretien et à l’extension des fonds de livres propres à AS qui sont aussi associés à la bibliothèque universitaire de Bâle : catalogage avec Aleph 500 d’après les règles de catalogage RDA (Ressource Description and Access) et la GND (Gemeinsame Normdatei) ; échange de publications etc. Dans le cadre de l’autre moitié, vous vous occuperez de la mise à jour du site web d’AS avec un CMS (intégration et modification des contenus), de la préparation technique de la Newsletter d’AS et des tâches les plus diverses qui se présentent dans notre secrétariat géré par une équipe de trois personnes sous la direction du secrétaire général : tâches générales de soutien et remplacements temporaires, etc. Pour de plus amples informations, veuillez vous adresser à : urs.niffeler@archaeologie-schweiz.ch ou 061 261 30 78. Vous êtes archéologue et/ou vous avez une formation de bibliothécaire (HES en information docu-mentaire) et une expérience pratique dans le travail avec les logiciels de gestion de bibliothèque, Aleph de préférence? Êtes-vous à l’aise avec les CMS ? Vous êtes de langue maternelle allemande avec de bonnes connaissances de la langue française – ou de langue maternelle française avec de bonnes connaissances de la langue allemande ? Alors envoyez-nous votre dossier de candidature par email d’ici le 6 juin 2017 à : Urs Niffeler, secrétaire général d’Archéologie Suisse, urs.niffeler@archaeologie-schweiz.chanderekeineneindeutsche Muttersprache, gute Französischkenntnisse
lecturer early medieval archaeologyUnited Kingdom:GBBelfastQueen's Univ.  Lehre und Forschung1ja Vollzeit 4076559779 2017-06-05 https://hrwebapp.qub.ac.uk/tlive_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=384969833I&WVID=6273090Lgx&LANG=USA ob title     Lecturer in Early Medieval Archaeology Job reference     17/105511 Date posted     08/05/2017 Application closing date     05/06/2017 Salary     £34,956 to £51,260 per annum (including contribution points) Job category/type     Academic Job Details Position: Lecturer in Early Medieval Archaeology School/Department: School of Natural and Built Environment Reference: 17/105511 Closing Date: Monday 5 June 2017 Salary: £34,956 to £51,260 per annum (including contribution points) Anticipated Interview Date: Wednesday 21 June 2017 JOB PURPOSE: The successful candidate will be required to contribute to teaching in Early Medieval archaeology at undergraduate and postgraduate level. They will be required to undertake research in the archaeology of Early Medieval Ireland and/ or the Irish Sea Province (c. AD 400-1100). It is desirable they also have scientific expertise in an area such as stable isotopes, dendrochronology, faunal remains, archaeobotanical remains or archaeomaterials. They will devise and contribute to relevant collaborative research programmes within the School of Natural and Built Environment and contribute to School administration/outreach activities. MAJOR DUTIES: Teaching: 1. Deliver appropriate teaching and assessment activities including modules, lectures, setting/marking coursework, practicals, and field work to undergraduates and postgraduates. 2. Select appropriate assessment instruments and criteria, assess the work and progress of students by reference to the criteria, and provide constructive feedback to students. 3. Seek ways of improving performance by reflecting on teaching design and delivery and obtaining and analysing feedback and evaluations. 4. Supervise practical work, where it is part of the course, and advise students on techniques. 5. Plan and develop independent teaching contributions and contribute to the design or revision of course units. 6. Help to develop appropriate teaching approaches and contribute to curriculum development. Research: 1. Develop an area of personal research and expertise of international standing. 2. Publish REF-returnable research in appropriate international journals and present work at international conferences. 3. Source and secure external funding in collaboration with others from the relevant national and international funding bodies to ensure continued growth of the School’s research profile. 4. Provide guidance to other staff and students on own specialist area. 5. Work/collaborate on original research with colleagues in the School and other institutions. 6. Oversee research students as directed by the Head of Discipline. Administration/Contribution to the Community: 1. Contribute to the School’s outreach strategy by developing external links. 2. Provide pastoral care for students within own area to ensure that all issues are dealt with in a timely, sympathetic and effective manner. 3. Carry out designated School administrative duties, including, for example, committee work, course administration etc. 4. Be responsible for the record-keeping associated with teaching and the preparation of teaching materials. Planning and Organising: 1. Plan and manage own teaching as agreed with Head of Discipline/Programme Coordinator. 2. Design/update modules and programmes in line with School’s teaching strategy. 3. Plan and prepare research papers to meet publication deadlines. 4. Plan for the use of teaching and research resources, laboratories and workshops as appropriate. Page 1 5. Prepare research proposals for submission for external funding. Resource Management Responsibilities: 1. Use teaching and research resources, laboratories and workshops as required. 2. Obtain and manage external funding related to research projects. Internal and External Relationships: 1. Member of the School Board and Examination Board and such committees relevant to their administrative duties. 2. Collaborate with other staff within School in teaching, research, and administration. 3. Involved in developing links or joining external networks to share information and ideas. 4. Contribute to the School’s outreach programme. ESSENTIAL CRITERIA: 1. PhD in Archaeology completed at time of application. 2. Record of high quality publications commensurate with stage of career. 3. Research interests in Early Medieval Ireland and/ or Irish Sea Province (c. AD 400-1100). 4. A minimum of 3 years research experience in a relevant field. 5. Ability to develop effective research collaborations. 6. Relevant teaching experience at university level. 7. Ability to contribute to broader management and administrative processes within the School. 8. High level of analytical capability 9. A high level of literacy and scientific logic. 10. Ability to present research to the wider academic community and non-academic audiences. 11. An excellent knowledge of written and spoken English is required for report writing, lecturing and presentations. 12. Engagement in continuous professional development. 13. Ability to assess and organise resources. 14. There may be a requirement to travel from time to time as required by the post DESIRABLE CRITERIA: 1. PGCHET (or equivalent) and/ or membership of an appropriate professional and/ or teaching body eg. HEA 2. Scientific expertise in an area such as stable isotopes, dendrochronology, faunal remains, archaeobotanical remains or archaeomaterials. 3. Research experience at post-doctoral level. 4. Experience in presenting at/ organising academic conferences/ academic sessions. 5. Research outputs in Early Medieval Ireland and/ or the Irish Sea Province (c. AD 400-1100). 6. Research grant application experience. 7. Experience of having managed, taught and examined at least one module in Archaeology or a related subject at university level. 8. Teaching experience at postgraduate level in Archaeology or a related subject. 9. Some experience of education and/ or research administration. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The School of Natural and Built Environment comprises three research clusters: Culture and Society, Environmental Change and Resilience and Sustainable Built Environment. The successful application will become a member of the Culture and Society cluster. The School supports internationally recognised research and education programmes that tackle vital cultural, environmental and social concerns, past and present. Archaeology and Palaeoecology have excellent facilities, including general purpose laboratories for teaching, a climate-controlled area for artefact work and specialist laboratories for the analysis of human remains, animal bone, pollen, insects, tree-rings and tephra. The School maintains an extensive array of equipment for field and laboratory research, including EA-IRMS for stable isotopes (C&N), x-ray cabinet, x-ray diffraction, field x-ray fluorescence, laser scanners, geophysics (gamma-ray, resistivity, magnetometry, ground-penetrating radar), particle size analyser, ion chromatography, a full range of light microscopes, and access to SEM. It hosts the 14CHRONO Centre for Climate, the Environment and Chronology, which has an AMS for dedicated radiocarbon dating, and the Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork (CAF) which is one of the few excavation units to operate within a UK-based university department. Page 2PhDerfahrennein 
editor 'current archaeology'United Kingdom:GBLondonCurrent Publishing  Medien1ja Vollzeit    2017-06-05 https://www.currentpublishing.com/jobs.htm Editor, Current Archaeology An exciting and rare opportunity has arisen to become the next Editor of the UK’s best-selling archaeology magazine, Current Archaeology. In print for fifty years, Current Archaeology is the leading publication covering digs and discoveries from across the UK and Ireland. The magazine has a loyal readership and strong subscriber and newsstand sales. The Role: We are looking for a passionate and experienced editorial leader to take day-to-day responsibility for the planning, commissioning, editing and production of Current Archaeology. This will include, but not be limited to, the following:     Planning, commissioning and editing twelve issues a year to a fixed schedule, to include writing and developing features in a style accessible to its readers.     Managing an editorial team of permanent and freelance staff to ensure the magazine’s rigorous high standards are maintained.     Creating and developing relationships within the archaeology community to promote collaboration with the magazine.     Liaising with other departments, including marketing and advertising, to maximise revenue potential, and design for layout.     Managing an editorial budget and liaising with senior managers.     Overseeing the successful annual conference, Current Archaeology Live! About You: As a successful candidate, you will have a passion for archaeology and a desire to convey that discipline in an accessible and readable style to the magazine’s audience. You must have writing talent, significant editorial experience, be a good planner and a skilful collaborator. You should have proven managerial and communication skills, feel confident in leading others, and be ambitious to take the magazine into its next fifty years of publication. Please apply with CV and a covering letter to Maria Earle, Managing Editor via email maria@currentpublishing.comkeinewenignein 
fieldwork project managerUnited Kingdom:GBAndoverCotswold Arch.  Feldforschung1ja Vollzeit 3644951191 2017-06-05 http://www.cotswoldarchaeology.co.uk/careers/current-vacancies/fieldwork-project-manager-andover-2/ COTSWOLD ARCHAEOLOGY ANDOVER OFFICE Fieldwork Project Manager (£31,598 – £38,447: with potential to progress to Principal £44,378) The Cotswold Andover fieldwork team has now been operational for four years and continues to grow, with a staff compliment of just under 50. We are currently engaged in evaluations and excavations across southern England and are looking to further bolster our Andover team with an experienced fieldwork Project Manager.  We would consider the Principal grade for an exceptional candidate, and also welcome applicants from a heritage consultancy background. If you are interested in the role and would like an informal chat then please do contact John Dillon   on 07545 644179 john.dillon@cotswoldarchaeology.co.uk Why join Cotswold Archaeology:     We are engaged in large exciting projects with great archaeology     A financially sound company which continues to grow     We value our staff and have a comprehensive development programme     Managed and sustainable growth bringing opportunities for our staff and new recruits     An excellent remuneration package and generous pension scheme (plus CIfA fees paid)     A positive and enthusiastic ethos     We actively enjoy contributing to and advancing the discipline of archaeology     Outreach and communicating our discoveries is embedded in all we do Letters of application, CV and completed application form to be returned to careers@cotswoldarchaeology.co.uk by the closing date of 1pm Monday 5th June 2017. COTSWOLD ARCHAEOLOGY JOB SPECIFICATION Post title:            Project Manager Responsible to:    Head of Andover Office   Responsible for:    Designated Senior Project Officers, Project Officers, and project staff.                                 Purpose:        To manage assigned projects safely, efficiently and effectively, and assist the Head of Fieldwork in maintaining and developing CA’s professional reputation for the delivery of complex projects and high-quality archaeological fieldwork. Main activities: •    To manage the safe and successful delivery of CA fieldwork projects to time, and performance targets, including the effective management of staff and resources. •    To assure the quality of archaeological fieldwork, records, archives and reports, in line with CA and industry standards and procedures. •    To manage project resources effectively, ensuring project costs do not exceed budget and the client receives value for money. •    To oversee and manage all health and safety aspects of personally assigned projects, and contribute to company policy and procedures. •    To manage the performance of designated staff and project teams, carrying out appraisals and devising development plans as appropriate. •    To help formulate, initiate, and conduct, staff training programmes and materials. •    To manage personal workload effectively, ensuring all financial and project administration is accurate and timely. •    To represent CA at appropriate meetings, to develop a greater public awareness and appreciation of the work of CA through media liaison, lectures etc., and to create opportunities for other CA staff to do likewise. •    To deputise for the Head of Fieldwork as required, liaising with clients and managing the work programme. •    To participate in working parties and task forces to implement departmental and companywide projects. •    To prepare or arrange the preparation of displays, promotions and publications relevant to projects undertaken or planned. •    To carry out any other duties commensurate with role as CA may determine from time to time. Person Specification Essential •    Extensive experience of managing a broad range of commercial archaeological fieldwork projects from inception to completion safely, and to tight deadlines. •    A sound knowledge of current Health and Safety legislation, and best practice in a commercial archaeological environment. •    Proven experience in the management and control of resources and project budgets. •    Experience in assuring the quality of fieldwork projects and archaeological reports undertaken by others. •    Demonstrable experience of developing and maintaining high-quality relations with clients and curatorial authorities. •    A sound knowledge of all periods of British archaeology and archaeological resource management, and a good understanding of law and guidance relating to British archaeology.     •    Excellent leadership and inter-personal skills with the ability to motivate, guide, and encourage staff. •    Administrative skills, including proven ability to maintain accurate records and accounts. •    The ability to work effectively as part of a team. •    A full, manual driving licence. •    Membership of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (MCIfA level) – or to be attained within six months of joining. Desirable •    Well developed IT skills including MS Word, Excel and Project. •    Experience in line management and staff appraisals. •    Experienced at post-excavation assessment and archaeological publication. •    Demonstrable experience of managing large and complex multi-site mitigation schemes, particularly infrastructure projects. •    IOSH managing safely accreditation. •    Experienced in heritage consultancy.keineLeitung1jaCIfA membership
community project officerUnited Kingdom:GBWorcestershireWorcestershire archive and arch. service  Museum/Vermittlung1nein15Teilzeit221619917286 2017-06-05 https://www.wmjobs.co.uk/job/17065/community-project-officer/ Community Project Officer Recruiter     Worcestershire County Council Location     Worcester, Worcestershire Salary     £14,038 - £14,980 per annum Posted     16 May 2017 Closes     05 Jun 2017 Job Ref     REC000043 Sector     Local Councils Job Type     Community Contract Type     Part time temporary Working Pattern     Flexible hours Hours     Part-Time Site     wmjobs.co.uk 22 hours - Per Week until 31 Oct 2018 Worcestershire Archive & Archaeology Service are looking to recruit a part time Community Project Officer to work alongside archaeologists and archive staff. Are you passionate about history and keen to encourage others to get involved with Worcestershire's past? If so we would like you to join our team Our active outreach programme reaches over 7,000 people a year including school children, students, family historians, local groups and archaeological societies. Our events include talks, walks, tours, community excavations, film screenings, partnerships with arts professionals,  training programmes,  workshops and history based activities and  our social media  audiences are growing fast. We are always looking  for different ways to engage with new people. We are looking for an individual with a strong community outreach background to join our team. The outreach team is self- funding so you will be expected to plan, cost and deliver events and activities as well as taking part  in larger multi-disciplinary projects.  You should have significant experience in relevant heritage work, as well as experience of working with the public including supervising volunteers. You must be able to communicate effectively with a range of  people from those who have no historical or archaeological knowledge  to experienced researchers and everyone in between. To bid for and deliver projects we work with a wide range of partners and you will need to have a flexible attitude to  plan your work around external timetables and priorities. A strong customer focus is essential. This post is based at The Hive, but events may take place across Worcestershire  or beyond. Occasional evening and weekend working will be required. Interviews: 22nd  June 2017keineerfahrenneinsome weekend and evening work incl.
hist. environment internUnited Kingdom:GBDulvertonExmoor Nat. Park  Denkmalpflege1nein12Vollzeit371663616636 2017-06-05 http://www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk/about-us/jobs-and-volunteering-opportunities Historic Environment Intern Organisation: Exmoor National Park Authority £14,500 for a 12 month placement (pro-rata for part-time or shorter placements) Info: 12 month paid placement Closing date: 05/06/2017 Hours: 37 hours per week Can you help us care for Exmoor’s archaeology, working with us to deliver field based projects and improve our historic environment records? If you have a passion for the historic environment and are looking for your first paid role in the sector, we have an exciting opportunity for you to work within our Historic Environment Team and develop your skills. This role, which is part of our Internship Programme, is supported by Historic England and the Exmoor Mires Partnership. How to apply: Email or call or download an application pack Contact details: info@exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk or 01398 322205 (24 hour answer machine)keinekeinenein 
curator iron-age and roman coinsUnited Kingdom:GBLondonBritish Mus  Museum/Vermittlung1ja Vollzeit413265532655 2017-06-05 http://www.britishmuseum.org/about_us/jobs.aspx https://atsv7.wcn.co.uk/search_engine/jobs.cgi?SID=amNvZGU9MTY1MTAwMiZ2dF90ZW1wbGF0ZT02NzImb3duZXI9NTAyNzczNSZvd25lcnR5cGU9ZmFpciZicmFuZF9pZD0w Curator: Iron Age and Roman Coin Hoards Reference 1651002 Location London Closing Date Monday 5th June 2017 12pm Noon Additional Information Salary: £28,460 per annum Contract: Permanent (Full time – 41 hours per week) The Museum’s Department of Coins and Medals is home to one of the world's finest numismatic collections, comprising about one million objects. We are seeking a Curator to record cases of Iron Age and Roman coin hoards from Britain found under the Treasure Act (1996) and provide statutory information to all parties involved in the process. This is an exciting opportunity to work with the Museum’s remarkable collection and liaise with world experts in the field. This role will involve ensuring that records are accurately updated and assisting with publication output on hoards and hoard-related subjects. You will also participate in public engagement events such as talks, presentations and lectures. The successful candidate will be educated to degree level in ancient history/archaeology/classics, or equivalent, and will have strong knowledge of Iron Age and Roman coins. Previous experience will include working in a museum or university, preferably with experience of field archaeology. We are interested in hearing from candidates who can maintain meticulous attention to detail and manage their workload effectively to ensure that all tasks are completed to agreed timeframes. You will seek to continually develop your knowledge of the subject and will be able to communicate in an engaging manner to a variety of stakeholders. About the British Museum: Founded in 1753, the British Museum’s remarkable collection spans over two million years of human history and culture. With over 6.8 million visitors in 2015, the Museum is the top visitor attraction in the UK, and its world-famous collection includes the Rosetta Stone, the Parthenon sculptures, Egyptian mummies, the Admonitions Scroll, and the Amaravati sculptures. The Museum adheres to the HMG Baseline Personnel Security Standard (BPSS) requirements for all staff at the British Museum. The Museum is an equal opportunity employer, supports a diverse workplace and offers a competitive benefits package including: • Membership of the civil service pension scheme • Free entry to a wide range of museums and exhibitions • Participate in private and public Museum activities, including talks by leading curators from around the world and behind-the-scenes opportunities to learn how museums care for and manage their extraordinary collections • Generous annual leave allowance • Interest-free season ticket loan • Child care voucher scheme • Professional & personal development opportunities • Employee Assistance Programme • Discounts on food and gift shop purchases If you are a positive individual, passionate about the Museum and would like to know more about this exciting opportunity, please follow the “Apply now” link below where you will be directed to complete your application. Closing date: 5th June 2017, Midday If you have any queries regarding this role, please email us at bm@penna.com or call 0845 601 1124. Please quote the job reference number in the subject line of any email and at the beginning of a call. Job Title: Curator: Iron Age and Roman Coin Hoards Reports to: Curator Roman Coins Department: Coins and Medals Grade: C3C Term: Permanent Main purpose of the Job:  To record cases of Iron Age and Roman coin hoards from Britain found under the Treasure Act (1996), and provide statutory information to the parties involved in the process.  To respond positively to the inherently unpredictability of new finds.  To pack and store and occasionally transport coin hoards, and maintain Treasure case files and electronic records. Key Responsibilities [in order of priority]:  Processing of Iron Age and Roman treasure cases  Liaison with Treasure Registrars, HM Coroners, Finds Liaison Officers, colleagues in other museums and the Treasure Valuation Committee to help fulfil the BM’s statutory requirements of the Treasure process  Liaison with colleagues in C&M (esp. Curator of Roman Coins and Assistant Collections Manager with responsibility for treasure)  Liaison with finders and other members of the public  Packing, storage and occasionally transportation of coin hoards  Maintenance of Treasure case files and electronic records  Helping the BM meet and engage public (and occasional media) interest in Iron Age / Romano-British archaeology through talks, presentations and lectures  Responding to public interest over new finds  Publication output on hoards and hoard-related subjects, including possible articles, books, catalogues and online material such as database records  Departmental duty involving seeking advice from other experts for public enquiries and study room requests falling outside the post-holder’s area of expertise and building up an understanding of the history of money and historical medals in order to handle general enquiries What are the main work pressures and challenges?  Maintaining an expert knowledge of Iron Age and Roman coins, including new developments in the field  Maintaining an expert understanding of the Treasure process with regard to the Treasure Act (1996) and its physical and electronic data storage systems  Acting as an expert witness at coroner inquests  Handling a large volume of Treasure cases  Being flexible, so as to be able to respond promptly to new finds and to work on more than one a project at a time  Maintaining effective channels of communication within and outside the BM  Effective and enthusiastic written and verbal communication on the subject of hoards  Expanding their general knowledge of the history of coins and medals outside their immediate field  Maintaining an academic presence outside the museum Job Description Key Dimensions [eg number of staff directly managed, budget responsibilities, specific authority levels, types of decisions taken etc]:  Completing hoard reports within time limits  Scheduling workload to meet deadlines and allow for new finds What are the performance targets or standards?  Hoards recorded accurately and within satisfactory timescales to the Treasure Act . What changes are likely to occur in the next two years to this job?  None Who are the main contacts of the jobholder and what are the relationships to these contacts [E.g. managing, influencing, advising]?  Manager: Curator of Roman Coins and senior CM Treasure Curator  Other Curators, Assistant Collections Managers and other staff in the Dept of Coins and Medals  Staff in Dept of Britain, Europe and Prehistory, Portable Antiquities and Treasure, Conservation and Scientific Research and other BM departments  Treasure registrar team and Finds Liaison Officers  Staff in regional museums and HM Coroners  Iron Age and Roman specialists in other institutions Essential Desirable Education – levels & subjects First degree in ancient history, archaeology or classics PhD in related subject Other qualifications N/A N/A Specific technical / professional skills & experience Good knowledge of Iron Age and Roman coins Good knowledge of Iron Age and Romano-British archaeology Work experience, likely former jobs Experience of work in a museum or university Experience of field archaeology Specific managerial skills N/A N/A Specific interpersonal skills Ability to communicate effectively with public and wide range of stake-holders listed above Good interpersonal skills N/A Publications record (if applicable) N/A Publications in the field of Iron Age and Roman coins Person Specification Salary The agreed starting salary for this post is non-negotiable and clearly stated on the advert and covering letter. Normal salary arrangements apply for internal applicants upon promotion or level transfer. Pension Benefits British Museum employees are eligible to join the Civil Service pension schemes, you will be provided with information to assist you in making your choice. Hours Full time roles are based on a 5 day week of 41 hours including a daily lunch break of one hour. Part-time employees are paid on their net hours excluding lunch breaks. Annual Leave The annual leave allowance is 25 days, rising to 30 days after 10 years service. The annual leave year commences on 1 April and new staff will receive their annual leave allowance on joining. In addition there are 10 ½ days public and privileges days. Leave for part-time staff will be calculated on a pro-rata basis. Additional Benefits Are subject to change but currently include access to a subsidised restaurant, the opportunity to purchase books, replicas and other items from the Museum shops at discount prices. Museum staff also have access to a Personal Support Service through Workplace Options. There are free eye tests for VDT users and assistance with the purchase of glasses if appropriate Season Ticket or Bicycle Loan After two months in post, staff on permanent contracts (or contracts longer than two years) will be eligible to apply for an interest free loan to purchase a season ticket or bicycle Employee Benefits These notes are intended to guide you through The British Museum’s application procedure and help you to participate in the selection process as effectively as possible. Please read these notes carefully before completing your application. The job description and person specification that outline the purpose, main duties and responsibilities of the job as well as the knowledge, skills and experience that we are looking for. It is essential that you read the person specification thoroughly before completing the application form so that you are able to assess how your experience fits with the requirements for the post. The first stage of the selection process is your completion of the application form. This allows us to shortlist applicants for interview and provides a basis for the interview itself. To ensure fairness to all applicants, any decision during the initial sift is based solely upon the information that you include in your application form. ELIGIBILITY TO WORK IN THE UK Please ensure that you give details of any restrictions that you have to work in the EU. If you are selected for interview you will be asked to provide us with proof of your eligibility to work in the UK (e.g. passport or Home Office visa). Additionally, under the asylum and immigration act, we are required to check that anyone taking up employment with us has the legal right to work in the EU. EDUCATION AND TRAINING Please give details of your full educational career including any qualifications that you have obtained and any further scholarships/awards that you feel would help your application. EMPLOYMENT Please give details of all of your previous employment for the past 10 years, beginning with your current/most recent post. If you are successful after interview we will need to contact your last employer and another previous employer before we are able to offer you the post. PERSONAL STATEMENT This is your opportunity to give us any further additional information about why you have applied for this post, including experience that you feel is relevant to the main tasks and essential criteria, as outlined in the job description and person specification. DECLARATION It is essential that you read the declaration before submitting your application form. Successful candidates may be disqualified later if any information given on the application form is found to be false. Job Description/Person Specification Application Form Guidance Notes for Applicants Short listing prior to interview will take place as soon as possible after the closing date for applications and will be carried out by at least two people. Short listing will be based upon how closely candidates have demonstrated they fit the criteria, as set out on the job description and person specification. Short listed candidates will be normally contacted by email and given details of the interview date, time, location and any special requirements. If you are able to attend the interview you must confirm with the Human Resources that you wish to do so. The interview process may vary from post to post, any activities such as tests or presentations that we require you to undertake as part of the selection process will be outlined in your invitation to interview. All offers of employment from The British Museum are subject to satisfactory references, health and security clearances. Information that you provide for the purpose of your application will be used as part of the recruitment process. Any data supplied will be held securely and access restricted to those involved in dealing with your application and the recruitment and selection process. Once this process is completed, the data relating to unsuccessful applicants will be stored for a maximum of 6 months and then destroyed. If you are the successful candidate, your application form will be retained and form the basis of your personnel record. Information provided on the Diversity Monitoring Form will be used to monitor The British Museum’s equal opportunities policy and practices. All processing of personal data by The British Museum is undertaken in accordance with the principles of the 1998 Data Protection Act. For more information please go to: http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/corporate/guidance/DataProtectionCodeofPractice.pdf Short Listing Interview Offer of Employment Data ProtectionBAkeinenein 
senior HER officerUnited Kingdom:GBGressenhallNorfolk CC  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit373285834782 2017-06-04 https://norfolkcc.engageats.co.uk/LoginV2.aspx?enc=vDVLPY6BrOnmx9szwB5icMU/Bp97ap1BlI/jb0LhRYVeoh/cn5bYgvW+9EbbSw7a  Senior Historic Environment Officer (Finds) 21209 CEAE     Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse     04/06/2017                       Location Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse Vacancy Description Union House, Gressenhall £28,485 - £30,153 per annum (Scale I) 37 hours per week Permanent contract   We are looking for a highly-motivated and talented person to lead the Identification and Recording Service (I&RS) of Norfolk County Council's Historic Environment Service as Senior Historic Environment Officer (Finds). I&RS is a leading organisation in the field of recording finds made by members of the public, both metal detectorists and amateur archaeologists. Some 15,000 objects are uploaded annually onto both the database of the national Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) and the Norfolk Historic Environment Record (HER). This dual input enables a holistic and joined-up approach to the county’s archaeology. I&RS comprises five staff members; Finds Archaeologist, Numismatist, Finds Liaison Officer, Finds Liaison Assistant (part-time) and the Senior Historic Environment Officer. You will hold a degree in archaeology or a related discipline or have considerable relevant experience. A working knowledge of British archaeology and considerable experience of recording finds concisely, accurately and to a high academic standard are essential. Communication skills, including public speaking and dealing personally with a wide range of individuals and groups, will be highly developed. Excellent data-entry, report writing and IT skills are essential, as is the ability to work flexibly and to tight deadlines. Written reports will be prepared both for the PAS database and for publication in national and local journals.   Regular but occasional working during unsocial hours to attend metal detector clubs, lectures and conferences will be expected. In order to assist in the analysis and interpretation of finds data in terms of the archaeological landscape, close liaison with other members of the Historic Environment Service, in the HER and Archaeology Planning teams, will be part of day-to-day work. Norfolk Historic Environment Service is responsible for safeguarding Norfolk’s archaeology and built environment, recording, conserving, interpreting and providing information and advice on the historic environment. For further information about the Historic Environment Service, visit www.norfolk.gov.uk/HistoricEnvironment For an informal discussion regarding this vacancy please contact Martin Horlock Senior Biodiversity Officer on 01603 224458.   Closing date: 4 June 2017                                        Senior Historic Environment Officer       Community and Environmental Services       21209 CEAE         This Recruitment Information Pack contains:   ·             Section 1 - Job Description and Person Specification   ·             Section 2 - Information about working for Norfolk County Council   ·             Section 3 - Standard Terms and Conditions   ·             Section 4 - Procedure for application       For information on Departments within Norfolk County Council and living and working in Norfolk click on the link below   Link: www.norfolk.gov.uk/jobsandcareers       “The authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.”    Section 1 – Job Description and Person Specification   1.1. Job Description Job title Senior Historic Environment Officer (Finds) Department Community and Environmental Services Section/Service Environment and Planning/Environment Location Union House, Gressenhall JE Number   GR Number GR0981 Grade Scale I Responsible to Head of Environment Responsible for Team consisting of Finds Archaeologist, Finds Liaison Officer, Numismatist and Historic Environment Assistant (records) Effective date 1 April 2017   Role and Context Job Purpose. The purpose of this job is to plan, direct and coordinate the day to day work of the Identification and Recording Service, which is responsible for:   Receiving and reporting cases under the Treasure Act (1996) to the Coroner.   Delivering the Portable Antiquities in Norfolk and ensuring correlation between the PAS and the Norfolk Historic Environment Record   Liaising with local metal detecting clubs, individual detectorists and other members of the public to identify and record legally recovered material, encourage best practice and decrease heritage crime.   Maintaining a publication presence for Norfolk. Including publishing reports on the finds recovered in the county, annual state of archaeology report, internationally important Seal Matrix Corpus, annual summary for Norfolk Archaeology.   Provide expert input to the Archaeology Planning Team to inform decision-making.   The Senior Project Officer will be responsible for overseeing all work undertaken by the staff they line manage and taking direct responsibility for larger projects   Reviewing and monitoring the programme of projects and liaising and reporting to senior managers on matters relating to resource, schedule and budgetary control of projects.  This will also involve direct project management of specific projects such as the Portable Antiquities Scheme.   Support and deputise for the Head of Environment as required. Context The post sits within the Historic Environment Service. The Identification and Recording Service is responsible for working with the public and stakeholders to public to identify and record legally recovered material, encourage best practice and decrease heritage crime. Records received through this work enhance the data holdings of the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Norfolk Historic Environment Record to ensure that high quality information is available to aid research and decision-making. The post plays a key role in providing support and advice to the Archaeology Planning Team to inform planning advice and decisions concerning archaeological finds in particular Development Management.   Alongside this the post ensures that Treasure cases are correctly identified and reported to the Norfolk Coroner.   Other Job Information (e.g. any special factors or constraints) The position requires frequent local and infrequent National, as well as occasional weekend and evening working.   The Gressenhall office is not easily reached by public transport.   The post will involve travelling to destinations around Norfolk. The post holder will need to have a current driving licence and access to a car.   The post will require occasional evening and weekend working particularly in relations to working with metal detecting clubs and other finds recording groups     Principal Accountabilities Accountability Order of importance (1 = most important etc.) To lead on the day to day management of the Identification and Recording Service.   To ensure the effective recording, protection, management and promotion of archaeological finds through provision of expert professional and technical advice.   In consultation with PAS and HER staff to record, enhance, analyse, interpret and promote the use of finds data held within the PAS and NHER.   To liaise with local metal detecting clubs, individual detectorists and other members of the public to identify and record legally recovered material, encourage best practice and decrease heritage crime.   Working with other HES staff, to develop partnerships and projects to record, protect and enhance archaeological finds and increase public access. To provide advice to NCC on finds legislation and countywide strategy and policy. Including liaison with the Coroner over identification and reporting of Treasure.   To assist as required with other tasks to ensure the effective operation of the Historic Environment Service and the Environment and Planning Group.   To develop strong working relationships within the county council and with external bodies and partners to support and inform, through expert advice, development and implementation of effective policies and strategies which encourage responsible recovery and recording of archaeological finds.   To prepare reports and publications as required on archaeological finds. Including the annual report for Norfolk Archaeology, contributions to Brittania, Medieval Archaeology and Post-medieval Archaeology and maintenance of the internationally significant Medieval Seal Matrix Corpus in Norfolk Archaeology.   Contribute to the effectiveness of the service through positive support and joint working with colleagues throughout the County Council and the wider stakeholder group. 1     1     1     1         2     2     3     3             3           4         1.2 Person Specification  Qualifications Essential Desirable ·       A relevant degree or previous relevant experience   ·       Member of appropriate professional Institute or equivalent professional body ·       Post-graduate qualification in a relevant subject.     Experience Essential Desirable ·       At least 3 years previous relevant experience of archaeological finds particularly metalwork   ·       Experience in managing archaeological projects.   ·       Previous experience of working within a local authority historic environment service.   Skills/knowledge Essential Desirable ·       Good finds identification skills ·       computer skills including basic GIS, knowledge of relevant legislation ·       Good verbal communications skills including public presentations at meetings and conferences   ·       Familiarity with and previous use of HBSMR             General Information   The job description details the main outcomes of the job and will be updated if these outcomes change.   All work performed/duties undertaken must be carried out in accordance with relevant County Council and Departmental policies and procedures, within legislation, and with regard to the needs of our customers and the diverse community we serve.   Job holders will be expected to understand what is meant by safeguarding vulnerable groups (children, young people and adults) and how to raise concerns.   Job holders will be expected to be flexible in their duties and carry out any other duties commensurate with the grade and falling within the general scope of the job, as requested by management.     Section 2  - Information about working for Norfolk County Council For the Post of – Senior Historic Environmental Officer (Finds) You may find it helpful to know the following information about this position.  If you already work for Norfolk County Council (NCC) some terms and conditions of this role may differ to those of your present position.   2.1 Details regarding the post Duration The post advertised is a permanent position.   Salary The scale for this post is I, currently £28,485 to £30,153 per annum.   Salary is paid in 12 equal instalments on the 19th of each month directly into your bank account and covers work carried out in that calendar month.   Progressing through your grade Subject to your performance appraisal result, your salary will rise within the scale by one increment each year up to the maximum of the scale. Increments are awarded annually on 1 July.   Job share This may be considered as a job share post.  This means that the post is occupied by two or more people on a part time basis.  If you are working in a job share arrangement you will need to be prepared to undertake the full range of duties for the post.  Job sharing may also mean some variation in the precise allocation of duties to each job sharer.   If you are offered a post as a job share arrangement and no other suitable applicants apply for the post on that basis, the remaining hours of the post will be advertised.  If NCC is unable to recruit to the other hours you will be offered the full hours of the position.  If you decide not to accept these we will be unable to proceed with your appointment.   If one of the job sharers leaves the role the job share arrangement will be reviewed.    Hours of work and working arrangements The normal working week is 37 hours, Monday to Friday and covers 52 weeks per year.   Your working pattern will be arranged with your line manager, in accordance with NCC’s policies and procedures (i.e. compressed hours, flexitime, on a rota basis).   Additional hours worked are covered by NCC’s Working Arrangements, Additional Payments Policy and Procedure.  Further information can be obtained by clicking on the link below   Link: Working Arrangements, Additional Payments Policy & Procedure    Location The post will normally be located at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse, Gressenhall, Dereham, Norfolk, NR20 4DR or at any such other locations as reasonably required by your service with the County Council.       Information on the department For information on the NCC department where this post is based see https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/jobs-training-and-volunteering ‘Council Departments’ section.    Click on the link below to search and apply for jobs. Link: www.norfolk.gov.uk/jobsandcareers   2.3 Notice You will be required to give two months notice of termination of employment. The notice should be in writing.   You are entitled to receive a similar period to the notice you have to give or the minimum statutory provision under the Employment Rights Act 1996, whichever is the greater, as set out below:   Period of continuous employment Minimum notice period Four weeks or more, but less than two years One week Two years or more, but less than 12 years One week for each year of continuous employment 12 years or more 12 weeks    The closing date for applications is: 4 June 2017   Please contact HR Direct on hrdirect@norfolk.gov.uk or (01603) 222212 if you have any special requirements which would help you to attend interview if you are shortlisted, such as learning support (eg materials or information in a different format, large print, coloured paper) or access requirements (eg mobility, visual or hearing impairment aids etc).   All correspondence will be via email, therefore please check your account regularly, alternatively all correspondence can be accessed through NCC’s website when you log in at www.norfolk.gov.uk/jobsandcareers and select ‘Search and apply for vacancies’.  You can also track the progress of your application on the candidate homepage.   Thank you for your interest in this post.  If you have any queries please contact HR Direct  BAerfahrenneinincl. working unsocial hours to attnend meetings and conferences on weekends and evenings
assistant science advisorUnited Kingdom:GBBristolHE  Denkmalpflege1nein10Vollzeit 3075030750 2017-06-04 https://historicengland.org.uk/about/jobs/vacancies/job/?ref=8160 Assistant Science Advisor     Location: Historic England office Bristol     Contract type: Temporary     Salary: £26,658 FTE     Reference No: 8160 Final applications 4 June 2017 Description This is a unique opportunity for you to take on a newly developed role, utilising your archaeological science skills and experience, within a heritage management environment. Joining our Science Advice Team you will be working alongside the West Midlands & South West Science Advisor providing advice and capacity building support. We will support you throughout this fixed term contract to gain great insights and experience to develop your career. What will you discover? As the public body that champion`s England`s historic environment, we help people understand, value and care for a diverse range of cultural records from the stone-age to the contemporary. Joining us you will continue your own development, working alongside colleagues that believe that continuously developing their expertise is central to their success. You will be the first point of contact for science advice in the South West, for Inspectors of Ancient Monuments, curators and contractors. Day to day you will undertake capacity-building activities and provide planning application advice to Planning Group colleagues and other casework. Similarly, you will also provide supervised advice to Local Authority archaeological staff in response to developer-funded archaeology and to bodies/agencies such as The Environment Agency and Natural England. You will enjoy communicating and engaging with a wide variety of people. Alongside having gained some experience as an archaeological science practitioner in either archaeology or heritage related field. Ideally you will have knowledge of the archaeology and historic environment of the South West, but essentially you have an academic or professional qualification in science, relevant to the investigation and management of the historic environment. You will also have an understanding of the logistics of providing science advice in the context of planning-led casework. We offer a wide benefits package including a competitive pension scheme, 28 days holiday, corporate discounts, free entry into English Heritage sites as well as the flexibility in your working day that creates a strong work-life balance. The post is based in the South West, based within our Bristol Office with regular travel to sites and meetings within the region, with some overnight stays required. Given the short-term nature of this role we would be happy to host a secondment from another organisation and could talk to your employer about this option. If you would like to talk to the recruiting manager before applying for this job, please contact Lisa Moffett (lisa.moffett@HistoricEngland.org.uk). For information about the science advisors see: https://historicengland.org.uk/advice/technical-advice/archaeological-science/science-advisors/ Closing date: Sunday 4th June 2017 Interview date: Wednesday 5th July 2017 Fixed Term Contract from 7th August 2017 until 6th April 2018 Job description Job title      Assistant Science Advisor, South West Department            Research Group, Capacity Building Team Band                  C Reporting to    Science Advisor( West Midlands &South West)    Location    Office based in Bristol office   Science advisors work to improve the application and quality of scientific methods used for investigation and management of the historic environment, in the context of Historic England’s Corporate Plan.  Based in the Historic England regional offices, they act as a local source of information and advice, maintaining close communication with the heritage science specialists in other parts of Historic England, and beyond, seeking their guidance and input when needed Overall purpose of the job This post presents a career development opportunity in the field of archaeological science advice.  Under the supervision of the Science Advisor (West Midlands & South West), you will undertake capacity-building activities and provide case specific advice to Planning Group colleagues in the Historic England regional offices with respect to planning applications and other casework. Similarly, you will also provide supervised advice to Local Authority archaeological staff in response to developer-funded archaeology and to bodies/agencies such as The Environment Agency and Natural England. Main duties and responsibilities •    To support the Science Advisor (West Midlands & South West) covering the maternity leave of the current SW post-holder in providing science advice and assistance to the South West Planning teams (i.e. Development Management, Historic Places and Heritage at Risk) on their casework and statutory advice. •    To maintain regular contacts with Local Authority archaeology curators and staff within the South West, and with others concerned with managing historic environment resources. The post-holder will support the Science Advisor (West Midlands & South West) in providing advice on the science content of briefs and specifications, seeking to ensure that evaluations, excavations and analyses are supported by an appropriate level of science, with sites visits and advice on the quality of work both in the field and as presented in reports. •    To establish and maintain contact with, and advise with appropriate supervision, archaeological contractors working in the South West. •    To establish and maintain contacts with relevant regional representatives of national agencies (e.g. Natural England; Environment Agency). •    To contribute to capacity building activities, for example training (e.g. of archaeological curators and contractors), and to the preparation of guidelines and advice notes. •    To play an integral part in a coordinated Science Advice Team (and wider Capacity Building Team), sharing your knowledge and experience to support and develop the skills and expertise of others. •    To promote and enable cross-Departmental and Group working to facilitate the effective delivery of the Historic England Corporate Plan. •    To provide expert advice on relevant project proposals where required and agreed with the Science Advisor (West Midlands & South West). •    To maintain professional research activity within his/her own area of particular expertise, within the context of, and contributing to the delivery of the Corporate Plan. •    To undertake any other reasonable duties commensurate with the grade and competencies required of the post requested by line management. Please note that •    the role requires regular travel to sites not serviced by public transport. •    the role requires visiting archaeological sites which are likely to comprise uneven ground •    the role may also require occasional overnight stays to attend team meetings and training events This is a description of the job as it is at present constituted. Employee’s job descriptions may be examined by management at any time to either ensure that they relate to the job currently being performed, or to incorporate proposed changes. Management reserves the right to change a job description after consultation with the employees concerned. The aim will be to reach agreement to reasonable changes consistent with the employee’s band and status   PERSON SPECIFICATION Assistant Science Advisor, Historic England, South West KNOWLEDGE , EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS ESSENTIAL    DESIRABLE •    An academic and/or professional qualification in science relevant to the historic environment. •    Understanding of the work of the science advisors, and how they operate in relation to the work of Historic England’s Planning Group, and planning-led archaeology in general. •    Wide-ranging knowledge of archaeological science techniques and understanding of how they can be applied to archaeological practice.  •    Good understanding of English archaeology and the wider historic environment. •    Experience as a practitioner working in archaeology or heritage-related field. •    Understanding of and commitment to the strategic purpose and direction of Historic England. •    A current driver’s license.    •    Knowledge or experience of the archaeology of the South West. •    Membership of a professional organisation (such as the CIfA). •    A publication or research track record. SKILLS AND ABILITIES ESSENTIAL    DESIRABLE •    Able to work independently whilst under supervision. •    Ability to meet deadlines consistently. •    Excellent written and verbal communication skills. •    Ability to recognise divergent views and willingness to learn how to handle these with tact and sensitivity. •    Strong skills in analysis, synthesis and evaluation. •    Good IT skills (word processing; Excel etc).    •    Evidence of organisational skills and aptitude. •    Evidence of disseminating findings of recent work (publication, oral presentation, public engagement). •    Experience of training delivery. •    Understanding of project management processes and delivery. BEHAVIOURS ESSENTIAL    DESIRABLE •    Active communication in an open and transparent way. •    Awareness of personal impact on others. •    Able to strike an effective working balance between supervision and independent working. •    Actively supports the roles and contributions of other groups, departments, and teams whether at a professional or individual level. •    Consults proportionately and makes timely and clear decisions. •    Support for corporate decisions regardless of personal views.    •    A desire to learn and willingness to undertake further training to enhance skills and knowledge. •    Collegiate behaviour including working with conflicting priorities and agendas.BAwenigja 
heritage at risk officerUnited Kingdom:GBBristolHE  Denkmalpflege1nein Vollzeit363076233684 2017-06-02 https://historicengland.org.uk/about/jobs/vacancies/job/?ref=8164 Heritage at Risk Project Officer     Location: 29 Queen Square, Bristol, BS1 4ND     Contract type: Temporary     Salary: £26,658 - £29,190     Reference No: 8164 Final applications 2 June 2017 Description Historic England is the Government`s adviser on the historic environment. One of our primary objectives is to save heritage assets which are at risk, for the benefit of present and future generations. Our local Heritage at Risk teams work proactively to achieve this across a wide range of heritage assets including scheduled monuments and highly graded listed buildings and landscapes. As a Heritage at Risk Project Officer, you will both initiate and respond to heritage at risk initiatives across all asset types but with a particular focus on those of archaeological interest. Working in partnership with owners, developers, local authorities, funding bodies and other stakeholders, you will provide expert advice on the planning, funding and delivery of heritage at risk projects. You will have a creative approach to developing practical solutions to heritage at risk problems, have excellent communication skills and be a strong team player. You should have a degree or equivalent in archaeology or a related subject, as well as a working background within the archaeology sector. Experience and/or knowledge of historic buildings conservation, project management and working within the community or voluntary sector would be an advantage. You should have an understanding of government heritage policy and the statutory consents process and will have substantial experience of working constructively with owners and other partners to secure the effective management of archaeological sites and other heritage assets. Historic England is an evolving organisation with a wide range of benefits including 28 days` leave, access to a competitive pension scheme and a range of corporate discounts. This is a full time contract of 36 hours per week.     Job Description     Job title:                                   Heritage at Risk Projects Officer                                                          Department:                           Planning Group   Location:                                  Queens Square, Bristol   Responsible to:                       Principal Adviser, Heritage at Risk   Responsible for:                      N/A   Payband:                                  C       The local Heritage at Risk (HAR) team is responsible for delivering the national and local HAR strategies. Working proactively with partners and funding bodies the team will use HE resources (including e.g. advice, legal expertise and grant-aid to enable repairs) to reduced risk to the significance of heritage assets. It will also support local authority partners in using their powers to safeguard the significance of heritage assets at risk. The team will liaise closely with the National HAR team and work with and support the Historic Places, Business Support and Development Management teams     Purpose of the Job   As part of this team, the Heritage at Risk Projects Officer will provide expert advice on the planning, funding and delivery of heritage at risk projects across the range of asset types in accordance with the local Heritage at Risk strategy. Applying the ethos of ‘constructive conservation’ and making effective use of HE’s Conservation Principles in all their work, they will work closely with owners, local authorities and with partner agencies to negotiate effective projects, identify funding and facilitate consents for all asset types where necessary. They will assist with reporting progress on, and the updating of the HAR Register and the processes associated with them.     Main duties and responsibilities:   1.      To work proactively with owners, local authorities, statutory bodies, building preservation trusts, developers and funding bodies etc to promote a sustainable and viable future for historic assets on the HAR Register and advise and implement strategic and project-based solutions for Heritage at Risk.   2.      To work closely with funding bodies (such at Natural England / HLF etc) to identify sources of grant aid, such as Countryside Stewardship, for HAR assets and encourage and facilitate applications for support.   3    To use Historic England’s local and national resources such as grant aid, management experience and specialist resources, to achieve long-term reduction in threat to designated assets.   4   To assist with the development and implementation of the local HAR Strategy.   5   To work with owners, Local Authorities and voluntary groups in order to monitor HAR assets and, when necessary, encourage their repair.   6    To support the maintenance and updating of the local HAM Database and Register using information obtained either by HE or suitably informed partners and volunteers, or by remote methods such as aerial reconnaissance.   7   To assist the Development Management team with actions in respect of unauthorised works and damage to heritage assets as agreed with the HAR Principal and in liaison with Legal Department and police.   8    To give specialist advice on project planning, recording, archaeological evaluation and building analysis and other investigations leading to repair.   9    To be an effective advocate for the benefits for local places of conserving heritage assets.   10   To support the delivery of HE Action Plan 2015-18 (including supporting activities such as capacity-building) as agreed with line management.   11   To undertake any other reasonable duties commensurate with the grade and competences required of the post requested by line management.         This is the description of the job as it is presently constituted and will be subject to change.  Job descriptions are updated in consultation with the post-holder on a regular basis to ensure they continue to reflect the needs of the role.        Person specification Training, experience & qualifications     Essential:   ·          A degree or equivalent  in  a relevant discipline   ·          Substantial experience of working constructively with owners and other partners as a practitioner in the repair and management of heritage assets     Desirable:   ·         Project management experience   ·         Experience of working with the voluntary sector ·                  Knowledge & skills     Essential:   ·          A working knowledge of the historic environment and its assets   ·          Good knowledge of the principles and practices of building and monument conservation as exemplified in Conservation Principles   ·          Good negotiating and influencing skills   ·          Ability to approach Heritage at Risk problems, possible solutions and impact on the heritage asset in a practical and creative way     Desirable: ·      An understanding of the planning and statutory consents system.   ·      Familiarity with sources of grant aid for the historic environment.   ·      A good understanding of relevant Government policy, guidance and statutory procedures for the historic environment, including SMC     Interpersonal skills     Essential: ·          Good oral and written communication skills ·          Ability to adapt communication styles to a variety of circumstances ·          Ability to act as an authoritative and persuasive representative of Historic England at all levels including public speaking ·      Good team-working skills     Desirable:       We are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all. We will consider making reasonable adjustments for disabled people where necessary, to ensure this.  BAwenignein 
studentische HilfskraftAustria:ATLibanonÖAW  Feldforschung1nein1Vollzeit    2017-05-31 http://www.orea.oeaw.ac.at/aktuelles/jobs/ Student/in für Forschungskampagne in Sidon (Saydā, Libanon) gesucht Für eine dreiwöchige Materialaufnahmekampagne im Rahmen der Grabungen des British Museums London in Sidon, dem heutigen Saydā, an der Küste des Libanon im Juli/August 2017 wird ein/e Student/in der vorderasiatischen Archäologie oder der prähistorischen Archäologie gesucht, um Funde mykenischer Keramik zu dokumentieren. Voraussetzung sind Kenntnisse in mykenischer Archäologie und/oder der Spätbronzezeit des Nahen Ostens, Auslandserfahrung im mediterranen Raum und/oder im Nahen Osten, Englischkenntnisse, Erfahrung im Zeichnen archäologischer Funde, Flexibilität. Gewünscht ist Erfahrung im Umgang mit archäologischer Keramik. Bei Eignung kann Material für eine akademische Abschlussarbeit im Rahmen eines Forschungsprojekts in OREA angeboten werden. Geboten werden die Übernahme der Kosten von Verpflegung und Logis, Reisekosten und ein studentischer Werkvertrag. Bei Interesse schicken Sie Ihre Bewerbung bitte mit Lebenslauf bis 31.5.2017 an die Projektleitung PD Dr. Jung. Kontakt PD Dr. Reinhard Jung Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften OREA Hollandstr. 11–13 1020 Wien Österreich Tel.: +43 1 51581 6163 Reinhard.Jung@oeaw.ac.at www.orea.oeaw.ac.atMaturaStudentneinEnglischkenntnisse
lecturer early ME arch.United Kingdom:GBOxfordUniv. of Oxford  Lehre und Forschung1nein12Vollzeit 3663445012 2017-05-31 https://www.recruit.ox.ac.uk/pls/hrisliverecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.display_form?p_company=10&p_internal_external=E&p_display_in_irish=N&p_process_type=&p_applicant_no=&p_form_profile_detail=&p_display_apply_ind=Y&p_refresh_search=Y&p_recruitment_id=128518 Departmental Lecturer in Early Medieval Archaeology The School of Archaeology, 36 Beaumont Street, Oxford Grade 7: £31,076 - £38,183 p.a. The School of Archaeology seeks an exceptional candidate for the role of Departmental Lecturer in Early Medieval Archaeology to replace a permanent postholder on temporary secondment. The primary focus of the role will be on teaching, supervision and examining undergraduate and Master's level students in Archaeology and History. The successful candidate will have a publication record, commensurate with career stage, in the field of Early Medieval archaeology. The post is full-time for a fixed-term of 12 months, from September 2017, or as soon as possible thereafter. You must have a doctorate in the field of Early Medieval archaeology, ideally with an emphasis on Britain and/or Northwest Europe. The ability to work effectively with colleagues as part of an interdisciplinary team, and strong communication skills are also essential. Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application. Only applications received before 12.00 midday on Wednesday 31 May 2017 can be considered. Contact Person :     Helena Hamerow     Vacancy ID :     128518 Contact Phone :     01865 278245     Closing Date :     31-May-2017 Contact Email :     helena.hamerow@arch.ox.ac.uk Job title    Departmental Lecturer in Early Medieval Archaeology Division    Social Sciences Department     The School of Archaeology / History Faculty Location    36 Beaumont Street, Oxford Grade and salary    Grade 7: 31,076 – £38,183 per annum Hours    Full time Contract type    Fixed-term from September 12 months Reporting to    Head of School, Professor Julia Lee-Thorp Vacancy reference    128518 Additional information    Replacement Lecturing for Professor Helena Hamerow The role The School of Archaeology seeks an exceptional candidate for the role of Departmental Lecturer in Early Medieval Archaeology, with a primary focus on teaching. The primary focus of the role will be on teaching, supervision and examining undergraduate and Master’s level students, as well as to conduct some independent research.  The successful candidate will have a publication record, commensurate with career stage, in the field of early medieval archaeology. The post is a full-time, fixed term post until 31 August 2018, made available due to the secondment of the permanent post holder. As a result, there is no expectation that the post will be extended beyond the advertised period. Responsibilities •    Lecture, tutor, and supervise undergraduate and MSt/MPhil students in Archaeology and History •    Produce lecture notes, course materials, reading lists, and reference guides •    Engage in assessment and university examining •    Act as first contact for student matters relating to attendance, conduct, coursework, performance, and welfare (referring matters to appropriate others) •    Organise specific areas of the syllabus, particularly relating to the archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England and mainland Europe during the Early Middle Ages (c 400-1000 AD). •    Participate in the undergraduate and graduate student admissions processes and co-operate in the administrative work of the School of Archaeology under the direction of the Head of School. This may include course coordination duties for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. 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archaeology and heritage consultantUnited Kingdom:GBCardiff or CirencesterThe Environmental Dimension Partnership  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit    2017-05-31 http://www.edp-uk.co.uk/careers.html archaeology and heritage consultant, Shrewsbury Due to the continuing success and growth of the business, EDP is seeking to recruit another enthusiastic and energetic archaeological/heritage consultant to join the multi-disciplinary team at our office in Shrewsbury. The successful candidate will be highly professional and self-motivated, and in possession of excellent research skills. They will have a proven ability to write to a high standard and be able to deliver projects independently or as part of a team; completing both on time and on budget. They will possess an ability to communicate effectively with team members. Twelve months or more in a consultancy environment would be desirable, but is by no means essential; likewise applicants with specialist skills in the fields of historic landscape assessment and/or standing building investigation would be welcomed. Existing membership of the CIfA at Associate level or above would be an advantage, but a full driving licence and a car insured for business use are essential. Salary will depend on experience, but will exceed CIfA minima. Your application should be made via a CV and a covering letter to rebeccac@edp-uk.co.uk. A job description and person specification can also be requested using the same address. If you would like to discuss the post or have any enquiries, please contact either Andrew Crutchley on 02921 671900 or Rob Johns on 01939 211190. We look forward to hearing from you. We are currently reviewing applications with the intention to appoint during May 2017keinekeinejaplease note - applications are currently reviewed - apply asap - contact employer befor doing so DL and car insured for business use essential
archaeology and heritage consultantsUnited Kingdom:GBUKJacobs  Sonstiges ja Vollzeit    2017-05-31 http://www.jacobs.com/ http://www.earthworks-jobs.com/archaeology/jacobs17041.htmlBAerfahrenja 
praktikaGermany:DEKarlsruheBadisches Landesmuseum  Museum/Vermittlung nein2Vollzeit    2017-05-30 http://www.landesmuseum.de/website/Deutsch/Museum/Freie_Stellen.htm Das Referat „Antike Kulturen“, Bereich „Römische Archäologie“ des Badischen Landesmuseums sucht ab 2016 regelmäßig Praktikantinnen und Praktikanten, die ein studienbegleitendes Praktikum absolvieren möchten. Sie unterstützen die Kustodin bei wissenschaftlichen, museologischen und administrativen Aufgaben sowie bei den Vorbereitungen der großen archäologischer Sonderausstellung zum Thema „Etrusker“. Ein Praktikum im Badischen Landesmuseum dauert in der Regel vier bis acht Wochen und kann leider nicht vergütet werden. Bitte senden Sie uns ein kurzes Anschreiben, Ihren Lebenslauf, ggf. Nachweise Ihrer bisherigen praktischen Tätigkeit im Museumsbereich und nennen Sie uns den gewünschten Praktikumszeitraum. Bitte senden Sie Ihre schriftliche Bewerbung an: Badisches Landesmuseum Frau Susanne Erbelding M.A. Antike Kulturen Römische Archäologie Schlossbezirk 10 76131 Karlsruhe Bei Rückfragen: Tel: 0721/926-6526 susanne.erbelding@landesmuseum.deMaturakeineneinkein offizielles Ausschreibungsende Bewerbungen werden laufend entgegengenommen
archaeologistUnited Kingdom:GBEnglandRSK Environment ltd  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit 3429940000 2017-05-28 https://rsk-careers.icims.com/jobs/2153/senior-archaeologist/job Senior Archaeologist Category     Environment Contract Type     Full-Time Location     .. Salary     £Competitive More information about this job: Overview:   RSK Environment Ltd, a member of RSK Group plc, is a Registered Organisation with the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists. RSK’s Archaeology Team provides a comprehensive range of historic environment services throughout the UK and abroad. We undertake archaeological research and investigations, providing advice to our clients across a range of energy, residential, commercial and public sectors, and make judgements which shape the future of the past.   RSK Environment Ltd is seeking to recruit a Senior Archaeologist to its expanding archaeology team, to operate out of our Manchester, Hemel Hempstead, Bristol, Oxford or Helsby offices. Senior Archaeologist   Overview:   We would expect you:   •to be enthusiastic about the historic environment, •to be able to make good archaeological judgements, •to be an excellent communicator with colleagues, clients, statutory consultees and members of the public to help build our business, •to have an in-depth understanding the regulatory context within which commercial archaeology is undertaken. •Have a willingness and ability to learn new skills to carry out the role effectively •To have a well-developed understanding of commercial environment in which we operate   This position will be office-based, but will involve archive research, client meetings and site visits. The successful applicant will be expected to travel to sites across the UK.   Key Tasks:   •A Senior Archaeologist is responsible for managing projects and assisting RSK colleagues as directed by their line manager; •A Senior Archaeologist will have responsibility for helping to develop new business, preparing fee proposals, initiating projects, managing budgets and seeing projects through from inception to a successful conclusion; •to manage and supervise project staff and subcontractors; •to identify key sources and collect historic environment data for the preparation of desk based assessments; •to prepare technical documentation, such as desk based assessments, Environmental Impact Assessment chapters, written schemes of investigation, technical advice for colleagues and clients; •to be able to use Microsoft Office and GIS software to assemble and interrogate digital information; and •Liaise with local authority curators, clients, archaeological contractors and members of the public in the course of their work;   Skills and experience   •A minimum of 8 years of professional archaeological experience, including at least three years at a consultant or project officer/senior project officer level (in fieldwork, consultancy or curatorial role, or combination thereof); •To be able to demonstrate experience of costing up archaeological work and managing projects to a profitable conclusion; •Track record in communicating effectively with archaeological curators and clients (essential) •Track record in communicating effectively with members of the public (desirable) •Ability to recognise archaeological features, historic structures and historic landscapes in the rural and urban landscape; •To understand archaeological data collection methods; •Willingness to manage or mentor more junior members of staff as required; •Able to define and justify the attribution of significance of assets in the historic environment and assess development impacts; •Understanding/experience of:  - Historic Environment legislation  - Report writing- ability to produce clear written text is essential  - Making judgements and selecting appropriate mitigation measures  - Negotiating with both client and curatorial bodies •To have an area of interest/specialism within the historic environment to reinforce/supplement those within the existing team (desirable); •Experience of preparing Heritage Statements and desk-based assessments (essential), Environmental Statement chapters on the Historic Environment (desirable), and public inquiry/expert witness testimony (desirable). •Basic skills in GIS – knowledge and experience of using ArchGIS would be desirable •The ability to work well within a team •Full UK Driving Licence (essential).   Qualifications   •Degree in Archaeology, or related subject and/or additional post graduate/masters qualification in the historic environment or applied methods; •Corporate membership of the professional body (Chartered Institute for Archaeologists): to be a Member or an Associate working towards Member Membership of IHBC would be considered as a suitable alternative.   Salary and benefits:   •Competitive salary based on experience (i.e. £29,000+ per annum) •Contributory Pension Scheme •A flexible benefits programme including the option to buy additional holidays, childcare vouchers and private health care •Regular training and career development •CIfA subscriptions paid by RSK   We operate an open and relaxed management culture that nurtures continuous improvement and innovation. This also enables us to achieve a staff turnover rate that's consistently below the industry average. Adopting a proactive growth strategy helps us to run a sustainable and profitable business while providing new and exciting career opportunities for all. As an entrepreneurial organisation, we encourage and foster the growth of our employees. When joining RSK, a mentor works with you to ensure you set and achieve your goals. We want to accelerate your professional development, including opportunities for a promotional fast track.   Further, retaining staff is the building block of a successful organisation. As a company, RSK wants to ensure you maintain a healthy work life balance, with many opportunities for flexible working hours, locality flexibility, social activities, and community involvement projects.   The company prides itself on providing its staff with a rewarding and challenging career, encouraging Continuous Professional Development, allowing employees to reach their full potential. Having been recently placed within the top10 UK environmental consultancies (Environmental Analyst, December 2016) and number 42 in the Sunday Times Fast Track 200 which rates the success of private companies in the UK, there has never been a more exciting time to join.   All candidates applying for positions with RSK Group must be eligible to work in the UK/European Economic Area. Candidates should confirm this when applying with their CV and covering letter.For more information please call Kate Pine, HR Advisor on 01928 728156 or email kpine@rsk.co.uk.   RSK is committed to our Corporate Responsibility strategy. We seek to minimise our impact on the environment; to engage positively with the community and education groups; to provide a safe and supportive atmosphere in which to work; and to promote Corporate Responsibility throughout our supply chain.   If you would like an informal discussion of the role, feel free to contact the RSK archaeology team Leader, Andy Towle (atowle@rsk.co.uk 07753 895 123)   The deadline for applications is May 28th 2017.  BAsehrjaCIfA membership
archaeologistUnited Kingdom:GBEnglandRSK Environment ltd  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit 2357927000 2017-05-28 https://rsk-careers.icims.com/jobs/2152/graduate-archaeologist-%e2%80%93-helsby%2c-hemel-hempstead%2c-manchester-or-oxford/job Graduate Archaeologist – Helsby, Hemel Hempstead, Manchester or Oxford Category     Environment Contract Type     Full-Time Location     .. Salary     £Competitive More information about this job: Overview: RSK Environment Ltd, a member of RSK Group plc, is a Registered Organisation with the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists. RSK’s Archaeology Team provides a comprehensive range of historic environment services throughout the UK and abroad. We undertake archaeological research and investigations, providing advice to our clients across a range of energy, residential, commercial and public sectors, and make judgements which shape the future of the past. RSK Environment Ltd is seeking to recruit a Graduate Archaeologist to its expanding archaeology team, to work out of our Helsby, Hemel Hempstead, Manchester or Oxford office. This position would be part of RSK’s graduate training programme, equipping early-career professionals with skills to become effective environmental consultants.   This position requires both field and office work, and the successful applicant will be expected to travel to sites across the UK with a potential to also participate in our International projects.   Graduate Archaeologist – Helsby, Hemel Hempstead, Manchester or Oxford   Overview:   We would expect you: • to be enthusiastic about the historic environment; • to understand how archaeological data is generated; • to be able to make good archaeological judgements; • to communicate with non-archaeologists to help build our business; • to be interested in understanding the regulatory context within which commercial archaeology is undertaken, • to understand the priorities of our clients; and • participate in the RSK graduate programme receiving training across the company’s technical services.   Key Tasks:   • A Graduate Archaeologist is responsible for supporting colleagues in their work as directed by the project manager; • A Graduate Archaeologist is expected to be able to identify key sources and collect data for the preparation of archaeological desk based assessments and Environmental Impact   Assessments; • to prepare clear, well-written text for technical reports • to be able to use Microsoft Office and GIS software to assemble and interrogate digital information; and • Liaise with local authority curators, clients, archaeological contractors and members of the public in the course of their work;   Skills and experience • A minimum of 6 months of professional archaeological experience (in fieldwork, consultancy or curatorial role, or combination thereof); • Ability to recognise archaeological features in the rural and urban landscape; • To understand archaeological data collection methods; • To have an area of interest/specialism within the historic environment to reinforce/supplement those within the existing team (desirable); • Basic skills in GIS, • The ability to work well within a team • Driving license (essential). Qualifications • Degree in Archaeology, or related subject and/or additional post graduate/masters qualification in the historic environment or applied methods; • Membership of the professional body (Chartered Institute for Archaeologists): to be a Practitioner or working towards Practitioner grade. Membership of IHBC would be considered as a suitable alternative; and • A full UK driving licence. Salary and benefits: • Competitive salary (i.e. £20,000+ per annum) • Contributory Pension Scheme • A flexible benefits programme including the option to buy additional holidays, childcare vouchers and private health care • Regular training and career development • CIfA subscriptions paid by RSK We operate an open and relaxed management culture that nurtures continuous improvement and innovation. This also enables us to achieve a staff turnover rate that's consistently below the industry average. Adopting a proactive growth strategy helps us to run a sustainable and profitable business while providing new and exciting career opportunities for all. As an entrepreneurial organisation, we encourage and foster the growth of our employees. When joining RSK, a mentor works with you to ensure you set and achieve your goals. We want to accelerate your professional development, including opportunities for a promotional fast track. Further, retaining staff is the building block of a successful organisation. As a company, RSK wants to ensure you maintain a healthy work life balance, with many opportunities for flexible working hours, locality flexibility, social activities, and community involvement projects. The company prides itself on providing its staff with a rewarding and challenging career, encouraging Continuous Professional Development, allowing employees to reach their full potential. Having been recently placed within the top 10 UK environmental consultancies (Environmental Analyst, December 2015) and number 42 in the Sunday Times Fast Track 200 which rates the success of private companies in the UK, there has never been a more exciting time to join.   All candidates applying for positions with RSK Group must be eligible to work in the UK/European Economic Area. Candidates should confirm this when applying with their CV and covering letter.For more information please call Kate Pine, HR Advisor on 01928 728156 or email kpine@rsk.co.uk.   RSK is committed to our Corporate Responsibility strategy. We seek to minimise our impact on the environment; to engage positively with the community and education groups; to provide a safe and supportive atmosphere in which to work; and to promote Corporate Responsibility throughout our supply chain.   If you would like an informal discussion of the role, feel free to contact the RSK archaeology team Leader, Andy Towle (atowle@rsk.co.uk 07753 895 123)   The deadline for applications is May 28th 2017.BAwenigjaCIfA membership
teaching fellow bioarchaeologyUnited Kingdom:GBDurhamUniv. of Durham  Lehre und Forschung1nein24Vollzeit 3772745011 2017-05-26 https://recruitment.durham.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.display_form?p_company=1&p_internal_external=E&p_display_in_irish=N&p_applicant_no=&p_recruitment_id=005886&p_process_type=&p_form_profile_detail=&p_display_apply_ind=Y&p_refresh_search=Y  Job Specification 005886 Job Title :     Teaching Fellow     Company :     Durham University Department :     Department Of Archaeology     Position Type :     Academic Grade 7 (£32,004 - £38,183) This role is Full Time and Fixed Term until 31 July 2019. Durham University’s Department of Archaeology is looking for a highly motivated and inspirational Teaching Fellow in Human Bioarchaeology. This is a full-time and fixed term post for 23 months in the first instance. The Department of Archaeology is committed to high quality research-led and small group teaching. The successful candidate should be passionate about the subject, committed to teaching excellence, and be able to transmit this enthusiasm to students at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels. Application Process Please submit a CV and covering letter with your application. Assessment methods will include: consideration of all candidates’ CVs and covering letters, a brief teaching presentation to a cross-section of the Department, and a short practical test. For informal enquiries please contact the Head of Department for Archaeology, Professor Robin Skeates: robin.skeates@durham.ac.uk. All enquiries will be treated in the strictest confidence. Closes midday on :     26-May-2017 Reference Number: 005886 Post: Teaching Fellow in Human Bioarchaeology Department: Archaeology Location: Durham City Contract Type: Full Time, Fixed Term until 31st July 2019 Grade: Grade 7 (£32,004 - £38,183) Opening Date: 26 April 2017 Closing Date: 26 May 2017 (Midday) Job Description Durham University’s Department of Archaeology is looking for a highly motivated and inspirational Teaching Fellow in Human Bioarchaeology. This is a full-time and fixed term post for 23 months in the first instance. The Department of Archaeology is committed to high quality research-led and small group teaching. The successful candidate should be passionate about the subject, committed to teaching excellence, and be able to transmit this enthusiasm to students at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels. Durham has one of the very best archaeology departments with an outstanding reputation for excellence in research, teaching and employability of our students. The Department was ranked second in REF2014 in terms of grade point average, and first for research intensity. It is also one of the top-four archaeology departments globally, according to the 2016 QS world ranking. We have some world-class faculty and facilities, especially for archaeological science, and a strong track-record in securing substantial grant funding from a diversity of sources. We undertake award-winning fieldwork projects across the globe from South Asia to the UK, demonstrate disciplinary leadership through publication and editorships, advocate and influence policy change, and engage with a worldwide network of scholars and institutions. We deliver high quality research-led teaching and learning and, with our worldwide reputation, attract accomplished students at undergraduate and especially postgraduate levels. In a recent University review, the Department was commended in particular for: the teaching of field skills and their integration into student work, the expertise and professionalism demonstrated by staff, the open and friendly nature of the Department, the commitment to a research-led approach to teaching, the strength of the taught postgraduate programmes in their respective fields of study, the global reach of the Department in postgraduate student recruitment, the active research community, and the quality of postgraduate research supervision. The successful candidate will enhance this world-class teaching environment through the delivery of engaging and innovative teaching. They will be expected to contribute to a range of practical-led and lecture-based teaching from first year to taught Masters level, including generic archaeological science modules to highly specialised bioarchaeology teaching. In particular, we are looking for a candidate with an outstanding level of technical knowledge and expertise in human bioarchaeology (including palaeopathology) to provide lectures and practical laboratory teaching support for the MSc Palaeopathology degree. The successful candidate should have excellent communication skills and be responsive to the needs of students from different cultural and academic backgrounds, as this course attracts students from a diverse range of backgrounds, experience and countries. The candidate will be expected to supervise dissertations at Undergraduate and Masters level and will contribute to the supervisorial panels of PhD students. The candidate would also be expected to contribute to general departmental administration and to undertake other tasks as directed by the Head of Department. The successful candidate will also be expected to design modules and demonstrate understanding of appropriate methods for teaching and learning in the subject area and at the level of the academic programme. They will be expected to start to engage in scholarship, and lead some aspects of modules and contribute to modules led by others. The Department of Archaeology is centrally located in the heart of the University’s Science Site and adjacent to the University’s Main Library. It hosts a range of specialist laboratories, including brand new ancient DNA and isotope laboratories. The successful applicant is expected to take up the post on 1st September 2017. We embrace excellence in all its forms and invite all qualified candidates to apply. We particularly welcome applications from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented among academic staff in the University. Relationships and Contacts Responsible to: Chair of the Board of Studies/Head of Department in Archaeology Person Specification Essential  A good first degree in Archaeology or Anthropology, a Masters degree in human bioarchaeology (or similar) and a Doctorate in a relevant specialist area of human bioarchaeology;  Experience of university teaching in human bioarchaeology (lecture and laboratory) at Undergraduate and Masters level;  Experience of supervising/advising students in the production of research dissertations at Undergraduate and/or Masters level;  Evidence of a high motivation to deliver innovative and engaging teaching to both Undergraduates and Postgraduates;  Willingness and ability to undertake administrative responsibilities related to teaching and to participate actively as a team member of the Department of Archaeology. Desirable  Experience of administrative activity within an academic environment;  A demonstrable ability to contribute to a range of departmental teaching and other activities, including outreach and open days;  A high level of competency in statistics and/or good knowledge of biomolecular methods of analysis;  Experience of excavating and analysing human skeletal remains in a commercial context. Application process We prefer to receive applications online via the Durham University Vacancies Site. https://www.dur.ac.uk/jobs/ Please submit a CV and covering letter with your application. Assessment methods will include: consideration of all candidates’ CVs and covering letters, a brief teaching presentation to a cross-section of the Department, and a short practical test. For informal enquiries please contact the Head of Department for Archaeology, Professor Robin Skeates: robin.skeates@durham.ac.uk. All enquiries will be treated in the strictest confidence.PhDwenignein 
volontariatGermany:DEStuttgartLandesmuseum Württemberg  Museum/Vermittlung1nein24Vollzeit    2017-05-26 https://www.landesmuseum-stuttgart.de/ueber-uns/stellenangebote/ Wissenschaftliches Volontariat in der Archäologie Das Landesmuseum Württemberg mit seiner Außenstelle und seinen Zweigmuseen gehört zu den größten kulturhistorischen Museen in Deutschland. Die Sammlungen mit mehr als einer Million Objekten von der Steinzeit bis zur Gegenwart bilden einen zentralen Bestandteil des kulturellen Erbes des Landes Baden-Württemberg. Dieses zu bewahren, gezielt auszubauen, zu erforschen und zu vermitteln, umfasst die Grundlage der Museumsarbeit. Ein Volontariat am Landesmuseum Württemberg ermöglicht durch die fundierte praktische Ausbildung, begleitet von einem Curriculum an internen Seminaren zu allen relevanten Tätigkeitsbereichen, eine praxisnahe und umfassende Einführung in die musealen Arbeitsgebiete. In der Fachabteilung Archäologie ist zum 1. November 2017 die Stelle einer/eines wissenschaftlichen Volontärin/Volontärs in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Vorausgesetzt wird ein abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium (Magister, Master, Diplom, Promotion von Vorteil) in der Vor- und Frühgeschichte oder Provinzialrömischen Archäologie. Persönliches Engagement, die Fähigkeit zur Teamarbeit und Interesse an der musealen Präsentation von Objekten und Themen setzen wir voraus. Erste Erfahrungen in der Museumsarbeit und die Vertrautheit mit Datenbanken sind von Vorteil. Wir bieten eine qualifizierende Weiterbildung für die Arbeit in Museen. Das Volontariat umfasst die Mitarbeit im Ausstellungs-, Magazin-, und Publikationswesen. Ein Schwerpunkt wird die Mitarbeit an der Umsetzung der Sonderausstellung „Faszination Schwert“ sein. Das Volontariat ist auf zwei Jahre befristet. Die Vergütung entspricht 50 % der Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L, Stufe 1. Schwerbehinderte Bewerberinnen und Bewerber werden bei gleicher Eignung bevorzugt berücksichtigt. Bitte richten Sie Ihre Bewerbung mit den üblichen Unterlagen bis zum 26. Mai 2017 an das Landesmuseum Württemberg, Frau Dr. Nina Willburger, Leitung Fachabteilung Archäologie, Schillerplatz 6, 70173 Stuttgart. Online-Bewerbungen können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden.MAkeinenein 
wiss. mitarbeiter/inGermany:DEMünsterUniv. Münster  Museum/Vermittlung1nein14Teilzeit19   2017-05-26 http://www.uni-muenster.de/Rektorat/Stellen/ausschreibungen/st_20172804_sk6.html Im Fachbereich 08 Geschichte / Philosophie ist am Archäologischen Museum der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster vorbehaltlich der Zuweisung der entsprechenden Finanzmittel ab dem 01.08.2017 befristet bis zum 31.11.2018 eine Drittmittel-Stelle mit der Hälfte der regelmäßigen Arbeitszeit einer wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiterin/ eines wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiters Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L zu besetzen. Die regelmäßige Arbeitszeit beträgt bei 50%-Teilzeitbeschäftigung zurzeit 19 Stunden  55 Minuten wöchentlich. Der Aufgabenbereich umfasst:     Konzipieren, Planen und Realisieren von Ausstellungen, Veranstaltungen und Forschungsprojekten einschließlich der Finanzplanung und -abwicklung sowie des Erarbeitens von Begleitpublikationen     kuratorisches Betreuen und wissenschaftliches Erschließen des Sammlungsbestands     wissenschaftliches Bearbeiten des Leihverkehrs     Aufbauen und Pflegen von Kooperationen mit Museen, Universitäten und Forschungsinstitutionen     Erarbeiten und Umsetzen von Vermittlungskonzepten     Mitwirkung an der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit Die Lehrverpflichtung beträgt bei 2 SWS. Voraussetzungen für die Einstellung sind:     nachgewiesene Kompetenz im Umgang mit materiellen Kulturgütern. abgeschlossenes wissenschaftliches Hochschulstudium (Diplom, M.A., Master oder vergleichbarer Abschluss) im Fach Klassische Archäologie     umfassende Kenntnisse der Kunst- und Kulturgeschichte der griechisch-römischen Antike     sehr gute Deutsch- und Englischkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift sowie gute Kenntnisse in mindestens einer weiteren modernen Fremdsprache     hohe Kommunikations-, Organisations- und Teamkompetenz     Bereitschaft zu Dienstreisen Erwünscht:     Führungserfahrung     Museumserfahrung, darunter besonders im Sammlungs- und Ausstellungsbereich Die WWU tritt für die Geschlechtergerechtigkeit ein und strebt eine Erhöhung des Anteils von Frauen in Forschung und Lehre an. Bewerbungen von Frauen sind daher ausdrücklich erwünscht; Frauen werden bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung bevorzugt berücksichtigt, sofern nicht in der Person eines Mitbewerbers liegende Gründe überwiegen. Schwerbehinderte werden bei gleicher Qualifikation bevorzugt eingestellt. Ihre Bewerbung mit den üblichen Unterlagen richten Sie bitte bis zum 26.05.2017 an: Archäologisches Museum der WWU z. H. Prof. Dr. Achim Lichtenberger Domplatz 20-22 48143 Münster lichtenb@uni-muenster.deMAkeineneinSprachkenntnisse Deutsch und Englisch
Referent/in Vor-und FrühgeschichteGermany:DEKarlsruheRegierngspräs. Stuttgart  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit    2017-05-26 https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Dienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 05.05.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0265 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Abt. 8 - Landesamt für Denkmalpflege – ist im Re-ferat 84.2 (Archäologische Denkmalpflege: Regionale Archäologie, Schwerpunkte, Inven-tarisation) zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine unbefristete Stelle als Referent/in für Vor- und Frühgeschichte in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Karlsruhe. Die Aufgaben umfassen: - die Erkundung und Dokumentation von archäologischen Kulturdenkmalen - die Planung, Organisation und Durchführung von Ausgrabungen insbes. Betreuung von Großprojekten, wie z. B. Ausbau von Schnellbahntrassen etc. - die wissenschaftliche Auswertung von archäologischen Daten und Materialkomplexen - Betreuung von Ausgrabungen durch Dritte In den Regierungsbezirken Freiburg und Karlsruhe ist an Stellungnahmen der Planungs-beratung, insbesondere bei anstehenden Großprojekten, mitzuwirken sowie fachliche Bei-träge in Verfahren nach dem DSchG und nach anderen Fachgesetzen abzugeben. Voraussetzung für die Tätigkeit ist ein abgeschlossenes wissenschaftliches Hochschulstu-dium der Ur/Vor- und Frühgeschichte bzw. Prähistorischen Archäologie. Ein Masterab-schluss an einer Dualen Hochschule oder Fachhochschule muss für den Zugang zum hö-heren Dienst akkreditiert sein. Die Akkreditierung ist nachzuweisen. Promotion ist erwünscht. Erwartet werden sehr gute Kenntnisse der prähistorischen Archäologie Süddeutschlands. Wir suchen eine Persönlichkeit mit Organisationstalent, Verhandlungsgeschick und Team-fähigkeit. Wir erwarten von Ihnen Flexibilität, Belastbarkeit und die Bereitschaft, in den Regierungsbezirken Freiburg und Karlsruhe auf archäologischen Ausgrabungen tätig zu sein (Führerschein Klasse B ist erforderlich) sowie Kenntnisse und Fertigkeiten in moder-ner EDV-gestützter Grabungsdokumentation. Die Beschäftigung richtet sich nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Län-der (TV-L). Die Vergütung erfolgt bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraus-setzungen in Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Das Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart strebt eine Erhö-hung des Anteils von Frauen in den Fachfunktionen an und fordert daher Frauen aus-drücklich auf, sich zu bewerben. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entspre-chender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu der Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Dr. Bofinger (Tel. 0711/90445146; joerg.bofinger@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7030 bis spätestens 26.05.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden.MAkeineja 
wiss. mitarbeiter/inGermany:DEMünsterUniv. Münster  Lehre und Forschung1nein15Teilzeit20   2017-05-26 https://www.uni-muenster.de/Rektorat/Stellen/ausschreibungen/st_20172804_sk6.html Im Fachbereich 08 Geschichte / Philosophie ist am Archäologischen Museum der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster vorbehaltlich der Zuweisung der entsprechenden Finanzmittel ab dem 01.08.2017 befristet bis zum 31.11.2018 eine Drittmittel-Stelle mit der Hälfte der regelmäßigen Arbeitszeit einer wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiterin/ eines wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiters Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L zu besetzen. Die regelmäßige Arbeitszeit beträgt bei 50%-Teilzeitbeschäftigung zurzeit 19 Stunden  55 Minuten wöchentlich. Der Aufgabenbereich umfasst:     Konzipieren, Planen und Realisieren von Ausstellungen, Veranstaltungen und Forschungsprojekten einschließlich der Finanzplanung und -abwicklung sowie des Erarbeitens von Begleitpublikationen     kuratorisches Betreuen und wissenschaftliches Erschließen des Sammlungsbestands     wissenschaftliches Bearbeiten des Leihverkehrs     Aufbauen und Pflegen von Kooperationen mit Museen, Universitäten und Forschungsinstitutionen     Erarbeiten und Umsetzen von Vermittlungskonzepten     Mitwirkung an der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit Die Lehrverpflichtung beträgt bei 2 SWS. Voraussetzungen für die Einstellung sind:     nachgewiesene Kompetenz im Umgang mit materiellen Kulturgütern. abgeschlossenes wissenschaftliches Hochschulstudium (Diplom, M.A., Master oder vergleichbarer Abschluss) im Fach Klassische Archäologie     umfassende Kenntnisse der Kunst- und Kulturgeschichte der griechisch-römischen Antike     sehr gute Deutsch- und Englischkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift sowie gute Kenntnisse in mindestens einer weiteren modernen Fremdsprache     hohe Kommunikations-, Organisations- und Teamkompetenz     Bereitschaft zu Dienstreisen Erwünscht:     Führungserfahrung     Museumserfahrung, darunter besonders im Sammlungs- und Ausstellungsbereich Die WWU tritt für die Geschlechtergerechtigkeit ein und strebt eine Erhöhung des Anteils von Frauen in Forschung und Lehre an. Bewerbungen von Frauen sind daher ausdrücklich erwünscht; Frauen werden bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung bevorzugt berücksichtigt, sofern nicht in der Person eines Mitbewerbers liegende Gründe überwiegen. Schwerbehinderte werden bei gleicher Qualifikation bevorzugt eingestellt. Ihre Bewerbung mit den üblichen Unterlagen richten Sie bitte bis zum 26.05.2017 an: Archäologisches Museum der WWU z. H. Prof. Dr. Achim Lichtenberger Domplatz 20-22 48143 Münster lichtenb@uni-muenster.deMAkeineneindeutsch und englischkenntnisse, plus eine weitere moderne Fremdsprache
research position arch. scienceDenmark:DKAarhusAarhus Univ  Lehre und Forschung1nein24Vollzeit    2017-05-25 http://www.au.dk/en/about/vacant-positions/scientific-positions/stillinger/Vacancy/show/905680/5283/ Postdoctoral Research Position in Archaeological Science 905680 Applications are invited for a two-year postdoctoral position that will start on 1 September 2017 (or as soon as possible thereafter), to research past human subsistence, diet and/or mobility by means of stable isotope analyses and other archaeological science methods. The DEDiT research project The funding for this two-year postdoctoral position has been generously made available by the Aarhus University Research Foundation (Aarhus Universitets Forskningsfond), through the project entitled “Danish and European Diets in Time (DEDiT)”.   The successful applicant will join the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies (School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University) and a research group led by Dr. Marcello A. Mannino (Associate Professor in Archaeological Science), comprising a PhD student and a laboratory assistant. Research that has recently been undertaken as part of DEDiT includes isotopic investigations of human diets in Denmark during the Mesolithic, Neolithic, Viking Age and Middle Ages. In addition, work has started on the study of mollusc shells from prehistoric Danish middens, based on sclerochronological and high-resolution isotope approaches. Aarhus University has a solid research infrastructure that includes the Aarhus AMS Centre (Department of Physics and Astronomy) and the Danish Interdisciplinary Centre for Plasma Mass Spectrometry (Department of Geoscience). As part of the DEDiT project, collaborations have been undertaken and are planned with colleagues at these facilities, where sample pretreatment and isotope analyses for the postdoctoral research can be conducted. DEDiT is a project that aims to initiate isotope-based archaeological research at the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, where a sample pretreatment laboratory is being set up. This facility will have strong work connections with Moesgaard Museum and, in particular, with its Department of Archaeological Science and Conservation. Planned methodological approaches include isotope analyses on bone and dentinal collagen (C, N, S, H), as well as on bioapatite (C, O). Additional methodologies that will be pursued are high-resolution isotope analyses of incremental-growth skeletal structures (i.e. teeth and shells).     Research and postdoctoral project The successful applicant will collaborate on research that has been recently initiated, or is at the planning stage, and for which funding is available. In addition, the postdoctoral researcher will be able to pursue projects of their own, in collaboration with the principal investigator and in compliance with the time constraints of a two-year contract. Applicants should therefore include a description of their intended research project during their prospective contract, providing details of the budget, timeline and expected scientific output of the work. Proposed projects can focus on materials from prehistoric or historic periods, but should preferably focus on southern Scandinavia or northern Europe (depending on the interest of the research, proposals regarding materials from further afield may also be taken into account). The research should ideally be based on one or more of the methodological approaches described above, although preference will be given to projects that aim to reconstruct life histories through isotope analyses. Research that combines isotopic methods with physical anthropology, zooarchaeology or archaeobotany is also of interest. Qualifications and job requirements Applicants for the position must hold a PhD or equivalent qualification in a relevant subject and should also document: • expertise in the application of isotope analyses on organic archaeological remains • relevant laboratory experience and analytical skills • an international research profile, as well as excellent research quality • the ability to work independently and in collaboration within a research group. The successful candidate will be encouraged to apply for funding, and expected to present their research at international meetings and publish results in peer-reviewed international scientific journals in a timely fashion. The position may involve some teaching commitments, as agreed upon with the head of department and principal investigator of the project. The application must be submitted in English. For further information about the position, please contact Associate Professor Marcello A. Mannino (marcello.mannino@cas.au.dk). For more information about the application, please contact HR supporter Marianne Birn (mbb@au.dk) at the School of Culture and Society. School of Culture and Society At the School of Culture and Society the object of research and teaching is the interplay between culture and society in time and space: - From the traditional disciplines of the humanities and theology to applied social research - From Antiquity to the issues facing contemporary societies - From familiar Danish cultural forms to other very different worlds - From local questions to global challenges The school’s goal is to produce compelling research with an international resonance, as well as offering teaching and talent development of high quality. The school has a broad cooperative interface with society, both in Denmark and abroad, and contributes to social innovation, research communication and further and continuing education. For a more detailed description of the School of Culture and Society, please see this website http://cas.au.dk/en/  Qualification requirements Applicants should hold a PhD or equivalent academic qualifications. Formalities     Faculty of Arts refers to the Ministerial Order on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Danish Universities (the Appointment Order).     Appointment shall be in accordance with the collective labour agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations.     Further information on qualification requirements and job content may be found in the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff at Danish Universities .     Further information on the application and supplementary materials may be found in Applicant Guidelines.     The application must outline the applicant's motivation for applying for the position, attaching a curriculum vitae, a teaching portfolio, a complete list of published works, copies of degree certificates and no more than five examples of academic production. Please upload this material electronically along with your application. All interested candidates are encouraged to apply, regardless of their personal background. Deadline All applications must be made online and received by: 25.05.2017 Please apply online here Faculty of Arts The Faculty of Arts is one of four main academic areas at Aarhus University. The faculty contributes to Aarhus University's research, talent development, knowledge exchange and degree programmes. With its 500 academic staff members, 260 PhD students, 12,500 BA and MA students, and 2,500 students following continuing/further education programmes, the faculty constitutes a strong and diverse research and teaching environment. The Faculty of Arts consists of the School of Communication and Culture, the School of Culture and Society, the Danish School of Education, and the Centre for Teaching Development and Digital Media. Each of these units has strong academic environments and forms the basis for interdisciplinary research and education. The faculty's academic environments and degree programmes engage in international collaboration and share the common goal of contributing to the development of knowledge, welfare and culture in interaction with society. Read more at arts.au.dk/en Aarhus University is a modern, academically diverse and research-intensive university with a strong commitment to high-quality research and education and the development of society nationally and globally. The university offers an inspiring research and teaching environment to its 42,500 students and 11,500 employees, and has an annual budget of EUR 840 million. Over the course of the past decade, the university has consolidated its position in the top 100 on the most influential rankings of universities world-wide. Learn more at www.au.dk/en.PhDwenigneinapplication to be submitted in English language
illustratorUnited Kingdom:GBAndoverCotswold Arch  Medien1ja Vollzeit 2430529629 2017-05-24 http://www.cotswoldarchaeology.co.uk/careers/current-vacancies/assistant-illustratorillustrator/ ILLUSTRATOR / ASSISTANT ILLUSTRATOR – ANDOVER Salary range £20,548 – £25,049 (Dependent on experience) We are looking for a full-time archaeological illustrator to join our Andover Office, to produce high quality illustrations for client reports, publications and other graphics outputs. We would prefer an experienced Illustrator, but would consider those requiring further training to develop/enhance illustration skills. As part of our Illustration team, you will need to demonstrate your excellent verbal and written communication and time-management skills. For the Illustrator role, you will have proven expertise in the production of archaeological illustrations and confidence using Adobe Creative Suite, AutoCAD and GIS. Ideally you are already a member of the CIfA, or able to demonstrate that you meet the requirements for membership. For the Assistant Illustrator role, you will have some experience of the Adobe Creative Suite and the production of finds drawings, and will be fully committed to developing your knowledge of illustration software and drawing skills. As well as the opportunity to join one of the country’s leading archaeological practices (with our award-winning training schemes), we are able to offer an attractive benefits package which includes 22 days annual leave (rising with service), paid sick leave, life assurance, childcare vouchers and a generous contributory pension, as well as some assistance with relocation expenses. For an informal discussion about this opportunity please contact Karen Walker (Principal Post-excavation Manager) on 07889 811393. APPLICATION PROCESS If you can demonstrate that you meet the essential requirements for either role, then please submit a completed application form, CV and covering letter, to careers@cotswoldarchaeology.co.uk or by post to HR Department, Cotswold Archaeology, Building 11, Kemble Enterprise Park, Cirencester, Glos GL7 6BQ by 9am on Wednesday 24th May 2017. Your application should be accompanied by six examples of your archaeological illustrative work, of which at least three should be non-artefact illustrations (acceptable forms are paper, digital or via links). COTSWOLD ARCHAEOLOGY JOB SPECIFICATION Post Title:            Assistant Illustrator Responsible to:        Project Manager/Senior Illustrator Purpose:    To assist in the production of graphic work conforming to the Cotswold Archaeology house style, working within budget and to deadline. Main Activities: •    Assist in the successful completion of figures for client reports, conforming to the Cotswold Archaeology house style, and working within budget and to deadline; •    Assist in the production of archaeological illustrations and other graphics work conforming to the Cotswold Archaeology house style using Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, AutoCAD, GIS and other illustration software; •    Assist in the production of scale illustrations of archaeological finds to publication standard using Adobe graphics software; •    Assist in the preparation of corporate marketing and outreach material; •    Communicate and negotiate effectively and courteously with colleagues, identifying when issues need to be escalated to senior colleagues; •    Manage personal workload, prioritising and escalating issues to senior colleagues as appropriate; •    Assist senior colleagues in providing guidance and training for seconded or project-specific staff undertaking illustration duties; •    Ensure that all projects are carried out in accordance with the CA Health and Safety policy; •    Contribute ideas and advise on measures that will maintain and improve the quality of the graphics output at Cotswold Archaeology; •    Carry out any other duties commensurate with responsibilities as the company may determine from time to time.   Person specification: ESSENTIAL •    Some experience in the Adobe Creative suite or other recognised graphics and illustrative software; •    Some experience in the production of scale illustrations of archaeological finds using Adobe graphics software; •    A flexible approach to work and a strong commitment to learning and Continuing Professional Development; •    Excellent communication skills, and the ability to work as part of a team within a busy open-plan office environment; •    Good time-management abilities ensuring successful delivery of a busy and varied work programme; •    The ability to deal efficiently and courteously with sponsors and clients of Cotswold Archaeology, officers of other bodies and members of the public. DESIRABLE •    Membership of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists, including the GAG special interest group; •    Experience in using AutoCAD and GIS; •    Experience of archaeological fieldwork; •    Experience of finds photography; •    Potential/aptitude to train or coach other members of staff; •    A full clean manual driving licence.keinewenigneinbe or be eligible for membership CIfA
akad. mitarbeiter/inGermany:DEHeidelbergUniv. Heidelberg  Lehre und Forschung2nein24Vollzeit    2017-05-24 http://adb.zuv.uni-heidelberg.de/info/INFO_FDB$.startup?MODUL=LS&M1=1&M2=0&M3=0&PRO=23225 2 Akademische Mitarbeiter/innen Am Heidelberg Center for Cultural Heritage, einer zentralen wissenschaftlichen Einrichtung der Universität Heidelberg sind zum 15.6.2017 (bzw. zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt) im Rahmen eines Projekts, das aus dem Strukturfonds ‚Kleine Fächer‘ des MWK finanziert wird, befristet für die Projektlaufzeit von zwei Jahren folgende zwei Stellen zu besetzen: (1) Akademische/r Mitarbeiter/in (100%), TV-L 13, (Koordinator/in für die Konzeption eines neuen MA-Studienganges „Cultural Heritage und Kulturgüterschutz“) Aufgaben: Der Schwerpunkt der Tätigkeit liegt in der sachgerechten Konzeption und Koordination eines neu einzurichtenden MA-Studienganges „Cultural Heritage und Kulturgüterschutz“ an der Universität Heidelberg. Ihre Aufgaben umfassen u.a.:     Kapazitäts- und Bedarfsanalyse für den neuen Studiengang;     Konzeption eines strukturierten Lehrprogramms, der zugehörigen Module sowie eines differenzierten Zulassungs- und Auswahlverfahren;     Erstellung eines digitalen Auftritts für den neuen Studiengang;     Erstellung eines Finanzierungsplans/Budgets;     Koordination der für den Studiengang erforderlichen universitären und außeruniversitären Kooperationen.     Eigene Forschung auf dem Gebiet des Kulturgüterschutzes Anforderungen:     Überdurchschnittlich abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium (in den Altertums-, Sozial- oder Kulturwissenschaften); eine qualifizierte Promotion wird erwartet;     Erfahrungen in der universitären Lehre und im Wissenschaftsmanagement;     Kenntnisse von Hochschulstrukturen;     Hohes Maß an Organisationsgeschick, Selbständigkeit, Kommunikations- und Teamfähigkeit;     Sehr gute Deutschkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift, wünschenswert sind zudem gute Englischkenntnisse ebenfalls in Wort und Schrift. (2) Akademische/r Mitarbeiter/in (50%), TV-L 13, im Bereich der altertumswissenschaftlichen Universitären Sammlungen Aufgaben: Der Schwerpunkt der Tätigkeit liegt in der Aufbereitung der altertumswissenschaftlichen Universitären Sammlungen (in den Bereichen Klassische Archäologie, Ägyptologie und Altorientalistik [Assyriologie/Vorderasiatische Archäologie]) zu deren Einbindung in den neuen MA-Studiengang „Cultural Heritage und Kulturgüterschutz“. Ihre Aufgaben umfassen u. a.:     Mitarbeit bei der Erstellung eines museologischen Gesamtkonzeptes für die Sammlungen;     Intensive Sichtung der Sammlungen, geeignete Sammlungsbestände als Anschauungs- und Arbeitsmaterial für den neuen Studiengang zu identifizieren;     Mitarbeit bei der Konzeption von Lehrmodulen;     Planung eines gemeinsamen digitalen Auftritts für die Sammlungen     Eigene Forschung Anforderungen:     Überdurchschnittlich abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium mit M.A. oder einem gleichwertigen Abschluss (in Assyriologie, Ägyptologie, Vorderasiatischer Archäologie oder Klassischer Archäologie);     Museologische Kompetenz;     Erwünscht sind zusätzlich Kenntnisse in der Sammlungsbetreuung;     Hohes Maß an Organisationsgeschick, Selbständigkeit, Kommunikations- und Teamfähigkeit;     Sehr gute Deutschkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift Die Ausübung beider Stellen wird maßgeblich in Zusammenarbeit mit der/dem jeweils anderen Stelleninhaber/in sowie dem Sammlungsbeirat der altertumswissenschaftlichen Sammlungen der Universität Heidelberg geschehen. Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Bewerbungen mit folgenden Unterlagen:     Anschreiben mit Darlegung Ihrer spezifischen Kompetenzen     Curriculum Vitae, Zeugnisse und Urkunden Bitte senden Sie Ihre Bewerbung bis zum 24. Mai 2017 zusammengefasst in einer PDF-Datei (max. 15 Seiten und max. 5 MB) an boettner@uni-heidelberg.de. Bitte halten Sie sich vorsorglich bereits Mittwoch, den 31. Mai 2017 für ein mögliches Bewerbungsgespräch in Heidelberg frei. Bei Rückfragen wenden Sie sich bitte an die Geschäftsstellenleiterin des HCCH, Frau Michaela Böttner (boettner@uni-heidelberg.de; 06221/543615) Wir bitten um Verständnis, dass eingegangene Bewerbungsunterlagen nicht zurückgesandt werden. Schwerbehinderte werden bei gleicher Eignung vorrangig eingestellt.MAwenigneindeutsch und englischkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift
akad. mitarbeiterGermany:DEHeidelbergHeidelberg Centre for cult. heritage  Lehre und Forschung2nein24Teilzeit    2017-05-24 https://www.uni-heidelberg.de/hcch/ Am Heidelberg Center for Cultural Heritage, einer zentralen wissenschaftlichen Einrichtung der Universität Heidelberg sind zum 15.6.2017 (bzw. zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt) im Rahmen eines Projekts, das aus dem Strukturfonds ‚Kleine Fächer‘ des MWK finanziert wird, befristet für die Projektlaufzeit von zwei Jahren folgende zwei Stellen zu besetzen: (1) Akademische/r Mitarbeiter/in (100%), TV-L 13, (Koordinator/in für die Konzeption eines neuen MA-Studienganges „Cultural Heritage und Kulturgüterschutz“) Aufgaben: Der Schwerpunkt der Tätigkeit liegt in der sachgerechten Konzeption und Koordination eines neu einzurichtenden MA-Studienganges „Cultural Heritage und Kulturgüterschutz“ an der Universität Heidelberg. Ihre Aufgaben umfassen u.a.:  Kapazitäts- und Bedarfsanalyse für den neuen Studiengang;  Konzeption eines strukturierten Lehrprogramms, der zugehörigen Module sowie eines differenzierten Zulassungs- und Auswahlverfahren;  Erstellung eines digitalen Auftritts für den neuen Studiengang;  Erstellung eines Finanzierungsplans/Budgets;  Koordination der für den Studiengang erforderlichen universitären und außeruniversitären Kooperationen.  Eigene Forschung auf dem Gebiet des Kulturgüterschutzes Anforderungen:  Überdurchschnittlich abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium (in den Altertums-, Sozial- oder Kulturwissenschaften); eine qualifizierte Promotion wird erwartet;  Erfahrungen in der universitären Lehre und im Wissenschaftsmanagement;  Kenntnisse von Hochschulstrukturen;  Hohes Maß an Organisationsgeschick, Selbständigkeit, Kommunikations- und Teamfähigkeit;  Sehr gute Deutschkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift, wünschenswert sind zudem gute Englischkenntnisse ebenfalls in Wort und Schrift. (2) Akademische/r Mitarbeiter/in (50%), TV-L 13, im Bereich der altertumswissenschaftlichen Universitären Sammlungen Aufgaben: Der Schwerpunkt der Tätigkeit liegt in der Aufbereitung der altertumswissenschaftlichen Universitären Sammlungen (in den Bereichen Klassische Archäologie, Ägyptologie und Altorientalistik [Assyriologie/Vorderasiatische Archäologie]) zu deren Einbindung in den neuen MA-Studiengang „Cultural Heritage und Kulturgüterschutz“. Ihre Aufgaben umfassen u. a.:  Mitarbeit bei der Erstellung eines museologischen Gesamtkonzeptes für die Sammlungen;  Intensive Sichtung der Sammlungen, geeignete Sammlungsbestände als Anschauungs- und Arbeitsmaterial für den neuen Studiengang zu identifizieren;  Mitarbeit bei der Konzeption von Lehrmodulen;  Planung eines gemeinsamen digitalen Auftritts für die Sammlungen  Eigene Forschung Anforderungen:  Überdurchschnittlich abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium mit M.A. oder einem gleichwertigen Abschluss (in Assyriologie, Ägyptologie, Vorderasiatischer Archäologie oder Klassischer Archäologie);  Museologische Kompetenz;  Erwünscht sind zusätzlich Kenntnisse in der Sammlungsbetreuung;  Hohes Maß an Organisationsgeschick, Selbständigkeit, Kommunikations- und Teamfähigkeit;  Sehr gute Deutschkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift Die Ausübung beider Stellen wird maßgeblich in Zusammenarbeit mit der/dem jeweils anderen Stelleninhaber/in sowie dem Sammlungsbeirat der altertumswissenschaftlichen Sammlungen der Universität Heidelberg geschehen. Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Bewerbungen mit folgenden Unterlagen:  Anschreiben mit Darlegung Ihrer spezifischen Kompetenzen  Curriculum Vitae, Zeugnisse und Urkunden Bitte senden Sie Ihre Bewerbung bis zum 24. Mai 2017 zusammengefasst in einer PDF-Datei (max. 15 Seiten und max. 5 MB) an boettner@uni-heidelberg.de. Bitte halten Sie sich vorsorglich bereits Mittwoch, den 31. Mai 2017 für ein mögliches Bewerbungsgespräch in Heidelberg frei. Bei Rückfragen wenden Sie sich bitte an die Geschäftsstellenleiterin des HCCH, Frau Michaela Böttner (boettner@uni-heidelberg.de; 06221/543615) Wir bitten um Verständnis, dass eingegangene Bewerbungsunterlagen nicht zurückgesandt werden können. Schwerbehinderte werden bei gleicher Eignung vorrangig eingestellt.PhDwenigneinsehr gute deutschkenntisse, gute englishkenntnisse
senior professional development and practice coordinatorUnited Kingdom:GBScotlandCIfA  Denkmalpflege1nein10Teilzeit193075330753 2017-05-22 http://www.archaeologists.net/jis/onlineBAkeinejahome based - travel throughout Scotland
project officersUnited Kingdom:GBMilton KeynesCotswold Arch  Feldforschung ja Vollzeit 3638036380 2017-05-22 http://www.cotswoldarchaeology.co.uk/careers/current-vacancies/project-officerssenior-project-officers-2/ PROJECT OFFICERS / SENIOR PROJECT OFFICERS Milton Keynes Office Salary up to £30,757 (dependent on experience) Permanent contracts   Cotswold Archaeology is continuing to grow as a sustainable and strong business, working as one company from our four offices. We have been operating from our Milton Keynes office for over 5 years now. We currently employ over 50 permanent staff, a number that has doubled in the past two years and our plans are to grow further still.   We are looking for experienced and ambitious Supervisors, and existing, talented POs that are ready to take the next step in their career and lead large and complex archaeological projects. With already commissioned schemes in the field and further projects programmed for next two years you will have a once in a generation opportunity to lead some of the most exceptional archaeological excavations.   All of our POs are expected to take leading roles in the publication of our work; publication, dissemination and outreach being the fundamental driver for all of our work.   Our awarding winning training programme provides support through-out all of the stages of your career and this can be demonstrated by the progression of our colleagues from site archaeologist to managers and technical specialists.   The Package Along with a starting salary well above the CIfA minimum, we offer a highly competitive benefits package including:     Generous financial assistance with potential relocation     Pension and life assurance schemes     30 days leave (including Bank Holidays)     A lieu and overtime scheme operated for all driving time, and time spent in excess of 45 minutes each way as a passenger, outside of the normal 7.5 hour working day (accumulate up to 10 days additional lieu time annually)     Good quality accommodation, and subsistence payments for all away projects     Paid CIfA membership subscription     Employee Assistance Programme     How to apply Please submit a completed application form, CV and covering letter, including complete contact details of two referees with recent first-hand knowledge of your fieldwork ability. Please state clearly whether you are interested in a permanent or fixed-term contract, and at which of our offices you would wish to be based.   Email careers@cotswoldarchaeology.co.uk or post to HR Department, Cotswold Archaeology, Building 11, Kemble Enterprise Park, Cirencester, GL7 6BQ. Closing date for these opportunities is 10am on Monday 22nd May 2017.   If you are interested and would like to know more, we would recommend an informal discussion with Rob Sutton Head of Milton Keynes office (07739 321816), or alternatively we can arrange for you to speak to one of our existing Project Officers/Senior Project Officers about their experience of working at Cotswold Archaeology. COTSWOLD ARCHAEOLOGY JOB SPECIFICATION Post Title:                Project Officer (Scale II) Responsible to:        Project Manager or Senior Project Officer Responsible for:        Project Supervisors, Archaeologists and Trainees Purpose:                To lead the archaeological direction and site management of larger and more complex fieldwork sites and projects, ensuring performance targets are met (or exceeded), and assuring the quality of archaeological recording and understanding. Main Activities: (a)     Site responsibility for managing the delivery of fieldwork to time, budget, quality and health and safety requirements. (b)    Line manage and develop staff, ensuring their continuous improvement in performance through performance reviews, constructive feedback, initiating training, coaching and improved practices. (c)     Assure the quality of archaeological understanding and site records, and oversee the compilation of archaeological archives to required standards. (d)     Author typescript fieldwork reports, stratigraphic accounts, and fieldwork summaries efficiently and accurately. (e)     Monitor and provide regular reports to Project Managers on project progress (budgetary and archaeological), logistical, staff and health and safety issues, and to maintain appropriate liaison with clients, Local Government officers, and contractors. (f)     Ensure accurate maintenance and approval of appropriate administrative records, including timesheets and plant and labour returns. (g)     Ensure effective deployment, maintenance and care of vehicles, plant and equipment, and maintain/provide accurate records ensuring accidents, damage and malfunctions are reported promptly and appropriately. (h)     Ensure fieldwork is carried out in accordance with the CA Health and Safety policy, and prepare Health and Safety Methods Statements and Risk Assessments and other relevant documentation. (i)     Assist Project Managers in pre-project planning and preparation including undertaking the preparation of written schemes of investigation, trench plans, obtaining service information, notifying utility companies prior to excavation and making appropriate contact with landowners and agents and other relevant parties. (j)     Deputise for the Project Manager in liaison and meetings with client/curator and other stakeholders as required. (k)     Contribute to departmental processes and working practices via Learning Reports, feedback to Committee Representatives and/or project leaders, and discussion at performance reviews. (l)     Actively promote, and develop a greater public awareness and appreciation of the work of CA through displays, publications, contributions to the website, media liaison, lectures etc. (m)     Carry out any other duties commensurate with responsibilities as CA may determine  from time to time. (n)      Competent in carrying out first aid. Personal Specification: Essential (a)     Knowledge and expertise in archaeological practice, including a general familiarity with the archaeology of Britain at all periods. (b)     Experience of the supervision of large fieldwork projects (including excavations and large-scale/complex evaluations). (c)     The ability to write clear and accurate fieldwork reports, stratigraphic accounts and fieldwork summaries. (d)     Good communication skills and the ability to organise, motivate, train, appraise and direct staff. (e)     Knowledge, awareness and understanding of business needs, budgets and timescales, within commercial archaeology. (f)     Good working knowledge of all relevant Health and Safety requirements, and other relevant legislation. (g)    The ability to communicate efficiently and courteously with sponsors and clients of CA, officers of other bodies and members of the public. (h)     Administrative ability in the keeping of records and accounts and the submission of reports. (i)     A full manual driving licence. (j)    Word-processing and database skills. Desirable a)    Membership of the Institute for Archaeologists or ability to demonstrate they meet the requirements). b)    Demonstrable potential to competently author, or contribute to, reports/articles for publication. c)    In depth knowledge or expertise in a particular archaeological period, site type or subject (such as finds or environmental archaeology, survey or GIS). d)    Survey skills, including ability to operate Leica GPS/TST, and basic knowledge and understanding of CAD. e)    Experience of driving 4x4 vehicles, vans and minibuses.keineLeitung1ja 
lecturer prehistoric and funerary archaeologyUnited Kingdom:GBBelfastQueen's Univ.  Lehre und Forschung1nein12Vollzeit 4076540765 2017-05-22 https://hrwebapp.qub.ac.uk/tlive_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=608241833L&WVID=6273090Lgx&LANG=USA Job title     Lecturer in Prehistoric and Funerary Archaeology (Fixed Term) Job reference     17/105508 Date posted     08/05/2017 Application closing date     22/05/2017 Salary     £34,956 per annum Job category/type     Academic Job Details Position: Lecturer in Prehistoric and Funerary Archaeology (Fixed Term) School/Department: School of Natural and Built Environment Reference: 17/105508 Closing Date: Monday 22 May 2017 Salary: £34,956 per annum Anticipated Interview Date: Monday 5 June 2017 Duration: One Year JOB PURPOSE: To co-ordinate, teach and undertake assessment activities on the ’Introduction to World Archaeology Level 1 module and a third-year module on aspects of funerary archaeology; to contribute to the first-year module ‘Europe in Prehistory’; to contribute to relevant collaborative research programmes within the School of Natural and Built Environment, and to contribute to School administration/ outreach activities. MAJOR DUTIES: Teaching: 1. Deliver appropriate teaching and assessment activities including modules, lectures, setting/marking coursework, practicals, and field work to undergraduates and postgraduates. 2. Select appropriate assessment instruments and criteria, assess the work and progress of students by reference to the criteria, and provide constructive feedback to students. 3. Seek ways of improving performance by reflecting on teaching design and delivery and obtaining and analysing student and peer feedback and evaluations. 4. Supervise practical work where it is part of the course and advise students on techniques. 5. Plan and develop independent teaching contributions and contribute to the design or revision of course units. 6. Help to develop appropriate teaching approaches and contribute to curriculum development. Research: 1. Contribute to relevant collaborative research programmes within the School. 2. Publish REF-returnable research in appropriate international journals and present work at international conferences. 3. Provide guidance to other staff and students on own specialist area. Administration/Contribution to the Community: 1. Contribute to the School’s outreach strategy. 2. Provide pastoral care for students within own area to ensure that all issues are dealt with in a timely, sympathetic and effective manner. 3. Carry out designated School administrative duties, including, for example, committee work, course administration etc. 4. Be responsible for the record–keeping associated with teaching and the preparation of teaching materials. Planning and Organising: 1. Plan and manage own teaching as agreed with Head of Discipline/Programme Coordinator. 2. Design/update modules and programmes in line with School’s teaching strategy. 3. Plan and prepare research papers to meet publication deadlines. Resource Management Responsibilities: 1. Use teaching and research resources, laboratories and workshops as required. 2. Act as Personal Tutor for students. Page 1 Internal and External Relationships: 1. Member of the School Board and Examination Board and such committees relevant to their administrative duties. 2. Collaborate with other staff within School in teaching, research, and administration. 3. Involvement in developing links or joining external networks to share information and ideas. 4. Contribute to the School’s outreach programme. ESSENTIAL CRITERIA: 1. PhD in Archaeology, completed or near completed, at time of application. 2. Publication record in peer reviewed journals /conference papers, or equivalent, commensurate with stage of career. 3. Research interests in prehistoric and funerary archaeology. 4. A minimum of 3 years research experience in a relevant field. 5. Relevant teaching experience at university level. 6. Ability to contribute to broader management and administrative processes within the School. 7. A high level of analytical capability. 8. A high level of literacy and scientific logic. 9. Able to present research to the wider academic community and non-academic audiences. 10. An excellent knowledge of written and spoken English is required for report writing, lecturing and presentations. 11. Engagement in continuous professional development. 12. Ability to assess and organise resources. DESIRABLE CRITERIA: 1. PGCHET (or equivalent) and/or membership of an appropriate professional and/or teaching body eg. HEA. 2. Experience of undertaking research in European Neolithic archaeology and/or funerary archaeology. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The School of Natural and Built Environment comprises three research clusters: Culture and Society, Environmental Change and Resilience and Sustainable Built Environment. The successful application will become a member of the Culture and Society cluster. The School supports internationally recognised research and education programmes that tackle vital cultural, environmental and social concerns, past and present. Archaeology and Palaeoecology have excellent facilities, including general purpose laboratories for teaching, a climate-controlled area for artefact work and specialist laboratories for the analysis of human remains, animal bone, pollen, insects, tree-rings and tephra. The School maintains an extensive array of equipment for field and laboratory research, including EA-IRMS for stable isotopes (C&N), x-ray cabinet, x-ray diffraction, field x-ray fluorescence, laser scanners, geophysics (gamma-ray, resistivity, magnetometry, ground-penetrating radar), particle size analyser, ion chromatography, a full range of light microscopes, and access to SEM. It hosts the 14CHRONO Centre for Climate, the Environment and Chronology, which has an AMS for dedicated radiocarbon dating, and the Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork (CAF) which is one of the few excavation units to operate within a UK-based university department. Page 2PhDerfahrennein 
research associate archaeobotanyUnited Kingdom:GBSheffieldSheffield Univ.  Lehre und Forschung1nein10Teilzeit203517935179 2017-05-22 https://jobs.shef.ac.uk/sap/bc/webdynpro/sap/hrrcf_a_unreg_job_search?sap-client=400&sap-syscmd=nocookie&sap-wd-configId=ZHRRCF_A_UNREG_JOB_SEARCH&sap-ie=edge&utm_source=university%20website&utm_medium=link&utm_content=jobs&utm_campaign=jobs-link# Job Reference Number: UOS016158 Job Title: Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Archaeobotany Contract Type: Fixed-term for 10 months if worked on a 60% basis - see note on working pattern Working Pattern: see advert Faculty: Social Sciences Department: Department of Archaeology Salary: £30,175 per annum pro-rata (Grade 7.1) This post is being advertised as part time, working 60% FTE (3 days per week). However, the department will consider the work being undertaken on a 80% FTE (4 days per week) or full time basis for a shorter period, or on a 40% (2 days per week) basis for a longer period. Closing Date: 22nd May 2017 Summary: This opportunity represents a key role in an archaeobotanical research project exploring the concept of agricultural spread as analogous to enforced climate change and asking how cereals adapted to the new environments to which they were exposed when agriculture was introduced into Europe during the period 7000–4000 BC. This post will involve compiling and managing a database of archaeobotanical records of crop species, and accompanying archaeological context information, from early agricultural sites in Europe. The person appointed will be required to build and maintain a network of links with archaeobotanists throughout Europe, and will be responsible for requesting archaeobotanical data and material for laboratory analyses. They will also carry out numerical analysis of crop assemblages and, as needed, contribute to the wider research programme including academic papers for publication. You will have a PhD in archaeobotany or equivalent experience together with excellent IT skills including a knowledge of databases, spreadsheets and bibliographic reference programmes.PhDwenignein 
lecturer archaeology anthropologyUnited States:USBerkeley, CAUniv of Berkeley  Lehre und Forschung1nein Teilzeit20   2017-05-20 https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/apply/JPF01319 Lecturer - Archaeology – Anthropology Job #JPF01319     College of Letters & Science - Anthropology Recruitment Period Open date: April 5th, 2017 Last review date: April 19th, 2017 Applications received after this date will be reviewed by the search committee if the position has not yet been filled. Final date: April 5th, 2018 Applications will continue to be accepted until this date, but those received after the review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled. Description Lecturer - Archaeology – Anthropology – AY 2017-2018 – JPF01319 The Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley is generating an applicant pool of qualified temporary instructors to teach courses in Anthropological Archaeology, should an opening arise. Applications will be accepted and reviewed according to department needs. We will begin reviewing applications for 2017-2018 course needs in April and will continue to review applications as needed. Positions may range from 33% to 67% time, respectively equivalent to one or two courses per semester. We are especially interested in Anthropological Archaeologists who can teach one or two upper Division undergraduate courses that satisfy our geographic area course requirement, method course requirement (especially laboratory analysis classes), or course in a topical field of their expertise. We also welcome applicants with innovative approaches to any other field within Anthropological Archaeology, and whose teaching might supplement current curriculum gaps in the department. In addition to teaching responsibilities, general duties may include holding office hours, assigning grades, advising students, preparing course materials (e.g. syllabus), writing exams, and managing GSIs. Minimum Basic Qualifications Required (at the time of application): Minimum qualification required to be considered an applicant for the position is completion of all PhD or equivalent degree requirements except dissertation. Additional Qualifications (by start date): A PhD or equivalent degree in Anthropology is required by the start date. Preferred Qualifications: Prior teaching experience preferred. Salary is dependent upon qualifications and years of college-level teaching experience. UC Berkeley has a number of policies and programs to support employees as they balance work and family. To apply for a lecturer appointment go to AP Recruit: https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/apply/JPF01319 DOCUMENT REQUIREMENTS NEEDED TO APPLY TO THE POSITION: Curriculum Vitae (Your most recently updated CV) Cover Letter Writing Sample - 20 page min. Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness - Such as course evaluations Sample Syllabus - Sample Syllabus for each proposed course Sample Syllabus (Optional) REFERENCES: Please name two references, contact information only. Letters of reference will only be solicited for finalists. All letters will be treated as confidential per University of California policy and California state law. Please refer potential referees, including when letters are provided via a third party (i.e., dossier service or career center), to the UC Berkeley statement of confidentiality http://apo.berkeley.edu/evalltr.html prior to submitting their letters. The department is interested in candidates who will contribute to diversity and equal opportunity in higher education through their teaching. Please direct questions to Angelica Espinoza at angelicae@berkeley.edu. Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity statement: The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376/NondiscrimAffirmAct Job location Berkeley, CA Requirements Documents     Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.     Cover Letter     Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness - Such as course evaluations     Writing Sample - 20 page min.     Sample Syllabus - Sample Syllabus for each proposed course     Sample Syllabus (Optional) References 2 references required (contact information only)PhDwenigneinplease note - open until filled
archaeologistsUnited Kingdom:GBLincolnAllen Arch ltd  Feldforschung ja Vollzeit 2205427068 2017-05-20 http://www.allenarchaeology.co.uk/contact/careers/ We are looking to increase capacity within our field team at for a range of projects including a prestigious excavation at Lincoln Cathedral and large excavations in the East Midlands where significant prehistoric and Roman settlement evidence is expected. We are interested in experienced archaeologists with enthusiasm, a strong ability in archaeological field practices and a willingness to work as part of our friendly team. All posts will be based at our head office in the thriving and affordable university city of Lincoln, but with the opportunity to be involved in projects throughout England. We aim to offer secure, long-term and permanent contracts and pride ourselves on providing opportunities to gain and implement a range of archaeological skills in a supportive and friendly environment. Last year we undertook more than 1,400 hours of staff training to support this aim and our Trainee scheme won the 2017 AFT Award. Allen Archaeology employees receive:     28 days holiday pro rata with an incremental increase after three years continuous service     Away work accommodation in high quality lets, an additional ‘staying away’ allowance and subsistence payments     Overtime paid at enhanced rates (project specific)     Paid travel time to site and payments to drivers for all time spent behind the wheel     Occupational pension with employer’s contribution     A range of formal CPD, RoSPA and IATP accredited training covering aspects of health and safety and people management     Childcare voucher scheme     Cycle-to-work scheme     Annual company dividend (profit share) to all staff     The AAL Xmas Lectures – a day dedicated to sharing the achievements of the year through staff and guest presentations Project Archaeologists £18,903.77 to £19,485.42 p.a. depending on experience You will have at least three months field experience in commercial archaeology in the UK. CSCS card and membership of the CIfA are preferred. To apply, please email a full CV with name, address and contact details, two references and covering letter to info@allenarchaeology.co.uk, with JIS2017PA in the subject header. References will not be approached without permission. Candidates will be reviewed upon receipt of their application. We welcome applications from previous candidates, with updated CVs if they have not applied to the company in the last 6 months. Project Supervisor/Project Officer (Grade A2.2-3.2) £21,623.08 to £23,211.63 For the role of Project Supervisor you will have at least 3 months experience of supervising commercial fieldwork projects such as watching briefs and small evaluations, in the UK or using compatible methods, working on your own and/or leading small teams. For the role of Project Officer you will have at least 12 months experience of supervising commercial fieldwork projects, proven experience of supervising large and complex fieldwork projects, of successfully coordinating and of completing post-excavation analysis and reporting within set timescales. Publication experience is desirable. You must have excellent communication and inter-personal skills and a strong record of team leadership. Essential     Sound knowledge and understanding of British archaeology of all periods     Experience of post-excavation analysis and reporting     An enthusiasm and strong ability in field archaeological practices     Willingness to work on your own or leading a team     A courteous and professional manner and a positive outlook     Excellent computer literacy     Experience of supervising staff     Attention to detail     Driving license Desirable     Relevant archaeological qualification     Experience of drawing packages such as AutoCAD and/or CorelDraw and of GIS (essential for the PO role)     CSCS card     CIfA membership To apply for these supervisory roles please download an AAL-Application-form and submit the completed form using the link below https://allenarchaeologyltd.peoplehr.net/Pages/JobBoard/Opening.aspx?v=bf5b80c9-23b0-4112-9789-f9f81a4783a8 Referees will not be approached without the permission of the candidate first. Candidates will be reviewed upon receipt of their application. Interviews will be held for this role if you have not heard from us within three weeks of your application you have not been selected for interview but we thank you for your interest. Allen Archaeology Limited is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity.keineAnfängerjano CD given, please check befor applying asap
lecturer classical studiesUnited Kingdom:GBMiilton KeynesOpen Univ.  Lehre und Forschung1nein24Teilzeit223755344804 2017-05-19 http://www.open.ac.uk/about/employment/vacancies/lecturer-classical-studies-13554 Lecturer in Classical Studies Unit: Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FASS) Salary: £32,004 to £38,183 pro-rata (22.2 hours per week) Location: Milton Keynes Please quote reference: 13554 Temporary post available from 18 September 2017 to 30 September 2019 Closing Date: 19 May, 2017 - 23:45 We are seeking to recruit a colleague to join our team of academics within the Discipline of Classical Studies. You will be expected to contribute to the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching of the Discipline, supporting teams responsible for the production, presentation, assessment and quality assurance of our modules and for the interdisciplinary modules to which we contribute.  In particular you will be expected to contribute to the teaching of our Reading Classical Greek: Language and Literature module as well as other Classical Studies and/or Level 1 modules. You will have a good honours degree (or equivalent) in Classics, Classical Studies, Ancient History, Classical Archaeology or a related subject. The Faculty has a strong commitment to collective working in teaching and scholarship, and to the career development of new and existing staff. Interviews will take place early July 2017. Email: FASS-Recruitment@open.ac.uk An application form and job related information are available from the links located below.  Hard copies and access details for disabled applicants are available from the Recruitment Co-ordinator by email (on the link above), quoting the reference number The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 1 of 7 Job Related Information This document includes information about the role for which you are applying and the information you will need to provide with your application. 1. Role Details Vacancy reference 13554 Job title: Lecturer in Classical Studies Reports to: Head of School Salary: £32,004 to £38,183 pro-rata per annum Terms and conditions: Academic Grade AC2 Duration of post: Available from 18 September 2017 until 30 September 2019 Working hours: 22.2 hours per week Location: Walton Hall, Milton Keynes Closing date: Friday 19 May 2017 at 11.45 pm Type of application form accepted: Long application (see section 7 for more details) Number of referees required: 3 Unit recruitment contact: The Recruitment Assistant, email FASS-Recruitment@open.ac.uk The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 2 of 7 2. Summary of duties The Post The person appointed will be a Central Academic member of staff based in the School of Art History, Classical Studies, English & Creative Writing, Music in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) at The Open University, Milton Keynes. He or she will contribute to the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching of the School, supporting and leading teams responsible for the production, presentation, assessment and quality assurance of our modules and for the interdisciplinary modules to which we contribute. In particular, he or she will be expected to contribute to the teaching of A275 Reading Classical Greek: Language and Literature as well as other Classical Studies and/or Level 1 modules, depending on expertise. Other duties may include assisting with the organization of research events, such as the department’s postgraduate Work-in-Progress seminar, and/or contributing to the OU Classical Studies Blog. Job Specification The person appointed will be expected to contribute to the teaching and administration of the School, Faculty and University in the following ways: Teaching  Contribute to leadership of module presentation at both undergraduate and postgraduate level  Contribute to teams producing, presenting and updating classical studies modules and qualifications  Support and lead student learning activity 3. Person specification Requirements (E = Essential/ D = Desirable) Education, qualifications and training Essential:  a good honours degree in Classics, Classical Studies, Ancient History, Classical Archaeology or a related subject. Desirable  an MA and/or PhD completed or about to be obtained. Knowledge, work and other relevant experience Essential:  a profile of teaching excellence in Classical Studies;  teaching expertise in Classical Greek, and the ability and readiness to contribute to the teaching, assessment and quality assurance of A275 Reading Classical Greek: Language and Literature;  the ability and readiness to contribute to the presentation of other current Classical Studies modules and/or the Faculty’s Level 1 Arts interdisciplinary curriculum through preparation of assessment materials and participation in Quality Assurance and examination processes;  an understanding of the latest pedagogical techniques for teaching Classical Studies in HE, especially with respect to the role of digital literacy, and the issues involved in supporting and delivering distance learning programmes; The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 3 of 7  the ability to communicate ideas effectively, both orally and in writing to a variety of audiences;  efficiency and organisation skills, including the ability to work to deadlines;  sustained and /or proactive experience of using IT for teaching. Desirable:  the ability to contribute to the production of Classical Studies modules offered by the School and/or the Faculty’s Level 1 Arts interdisciplinary curriculum;  teaching expertise in Latin (esp. at beginner’s level);  experience of teaching at Master’s level;  having taken the initiative to deliver better teaching and learning, and/or having obtained an HEA Fellowship (or equivalent);  experience of contributing to teaching initiatives involving new media (e.g. interactive and/or online resources, podcasts and/or vodcasts);  an interdisciplinary approach in teaching, with a willingness to think across genre/subject boundaries;  the ability to contribute to maintaining and raising the profile of the Department and the Faculty, e.g. through outreach and dissemination activities, and the organization of the annual postgraduate Work-in-Progress seminar;  willingness and ability to use social media to promote the activities of the subject area and to contribute to the production of the OU Classical Studies Blog. Personal abilities and qualities Essential:  A commitment to equal opportunities policies and practices;  A commitment to Open University values;  Evidence of being able to work in teams. 4. Role specific requirements e.g. Shift working None 5. About the unit The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) The Faculty is the largest and most diverse at The Open University, with over 65,000 students studying our courses with excellent completion rates and consistently outstanding student satisfaction ratings. Noted for the strength of our interdisciplinary approaches, our scholars of international standing teach and research a very wide range of topics and themes in specific subject areas, recognized as world class or internationally excellent in the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) in 2014, and having a direct and profound influence on our undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 4 of 7 The Faculty is organised into four Schools:  School of Psychology  School of Politics, Philosophy, Economics, Development, Geography  School of History, Religious Studies, Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology  School of Art History, Classical Studies, English & Creative Writing, Music Students are supported by three Student Support Teams. These teams offer specialist study support to students undertaking our qualifications across the University. Members of academic staff, including regional academics, form part of these teams in sustaining and improving student progression and retention. The Faculty works closely with important organizations and institutions in the UK and other parts of the world in a range of validated partnerships and collaborations. Engaged in world-class, agenda setting research tackling the most difficult challenges facing us in the 21st Century, with work in numerous subject-based and interdisciplinary research groups and projects. With c.1800 members of staff comprising academics, associate lecturers, support staff and full-time research students working across the locations of the University, combining originality and innovation in research and curriculum, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is a vibrant and exciting place to study and work. To find out more about the Faculty’s teaching, learning and research, please visit: http://fass.open.ac.uk/. Classical Studies Classical Studies has been one of the fastest-growing Classics groupings in the country. From a staff of three when it first became a separate department in 1993, we now have fourteen academic staff. Teaching We teach Classical Studies to over 2,000 students a year at undergraduate level. The BA (Hons) Classical Studies was introduced in 2014. At level 1 Classical Studies is represented in the module The Arts Past and Present (AA100) by three areas of study: Cleopatra, Roman leisure and the relationship of Seamus Heaney's play The Burial at Thebes to Sophocles' Antigone. Voices, Texts and Material Culture (A105) also includes material from Classical Studies. The School offers three interdisciplinary modules in classical civilisation. Exploring the Classical World (A219) is a ‘gateway module’ at level 2, designed to introduce students to key themes and questions in the study of both Greece and Rome. Myth in the Greek and Roman Worlds (A330) is a level 3 module, as is The Roman Empire (A340) which presented for the first time in October 2015. Currently the successor to A219 is being written for first presentation in 2018, and both of the Level 1 modules will also shortly be replaced. In addition, the School offers students the opportunity to study ancient languages. There are currently modules for beginners in both Latin (A276) and Greek (A275). Both of these combine the teaching of language and literature in translation. Our language modules have attracted large numbers of students, making the School a leading national provider of teaching in Latin and ancient Greek. The School also runs an MA programme in Classical Studies consisting of a postgraduate foundation module, a subject module on the ancient body, and a dissertation which allows students to pursue their interests and facilitate the transition to PhD work. These modules, unlike our undergraduate modules, are delivered entirely online. There are currently around 140 students taking the MA. Most of our modules are designed for a life of ten or twelve years, subject to regular review and adaptation. They carry either 60 or, in the case of the second part of the MA, 120 credit points. The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 5 of 7 Research The School has a strong research culture and seeks to support, maintain and develop the research for which it is both nationally and internationally recognised. In REF2014, the quality profile determined that 10% of our research in Classical Studies was world leading, 40% internationally excellent, 45% internationally recognized and 5% nationally recognised. External research income has risen in the last census period, and the School aims to grow further here, where appropriate in collaboration with external partners and other institutions. Our membership of CHASE (Consortium for the Humanities and the Arts Southeast England) has provided new opportunities for such collaboration. This is a partnership of seven HEIs (Courtauld Institute of Art, Goldsmiths, University of London, the Open University, and the Universities of East Anglia, Essex, Kent and Sussex) which aspires to promote excellence in research, postgraduate research training and knowledge exchange in the Arts & Humanities. Currently two of the Classical Studies PhD students are funded by CHASE. Our research is focused in five clusters: Greek and Roman Material Culture; Ancient and Modern Reception of Classical Antiquity; The Ancient Body; Spatial Classics; and Greek and Latin Texts. The overlapping membership of the clusters facilitates synergies between individual and group research. Over the next few years, we aim to develop these five areas, as well as links between them, to support both individual and collective research. The clusters feed not only into the broader Faculty research themes in Arts – currently Colonial and Postcolonial Policing; Cross-Cultural Identities; Digital Humanities; The Ferguson Centre for African and Asian Studies; Harm & Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC); Literature and Music; Material and Visual Cultures; Medieval and Early Modern; Romantic Period – but also into the taught curriculum. The School holds regular subject seminars and research conferences and aims to provide an ambitious, flexible and supportive environment for postgraduate study. Research student numbers and completions have increased since REF2014. At present there are 15 research students working in Classical Studies. Most of our research students study part-time. For more information about the subject area, please visit our website at: http://www.open.ac.uk/Arts/ classical-studies/index.shtml. 6. How to obtain more information about the role or application process If you would like to discuss the particulars of this role before making an application please email Dr Valerie Hope: valerie.hope@open.ac.uk. If you have any questions regarding the application process please contact the Recruitment Assistant, email: FASS-Recruitment@open.ac.uk. The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 6 of 7 7. The application process and where to send completed applications Please ensure that your application reaches the University by: Friday 19 May 2017 at 11.45 pm. Applications received after the closing date will not be accepted. Your application should include:  A completed application form (long version)  A covering letter in which you set out precisely the evidence of how you meet the person specification (addressing each element in turn) and what you can bring to this post  A curriculum vitae that includes details of academic qualifications, teaching, management and research experience, grants received and publications Post it to: The Recruitment Assistant Department/Unit: Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (FASS) Address: Room 140, Briggs Building The Open University Walton Hall Milton Keynes Post Code: MK7 6AA Or e-mail your application to: FASS-Recruitment@open.ac.uk 8. Selection process and date of interview The interview panel will be chaired by: Dr Susie West, Head of School of Art History, Classical Studies, English & Creative Writing, Music The other members of the interview panel will be: Dr Valerie Hope, Head of Discipline for Classical Studies Other panel members will be advised to candidates successful for interview The interviews will take place: Early July 2017 The selection process for this post will include The selection process for this post will include applicants being asked to submit a written teaching exercise, prior to the interviews. This material will be discussed with the applicant as part of the interview process. The Open University, Human Resources, HRG158 | Page 7 of 7 We will let you know as soon as possible after the closing date whether you have been shortlisted for interview. Further details on the selection process will also be sent to shortlisted candidates.MAwenignein 
lecturer greek archaeology and historyUnited Kingdom:GBCardiffCardiff Univ.  Lehre und Forschung1nein10Teilzeit113745544687 2017-05-19 https://krb-sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/HomeWithPreLoad?partnerid=30011&siteid=5460&PageType=searchResults&SearchType=linkquery#jobDetails=1044257 Lecturer in Greek Archaeology and History 5934BR Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion Teaching & Scholarship Advert Lecturer in Greek Archaeology and History - Part Time The School of History, Archaeology & Religion wishes to appoint a part-time (30%) fixed-term (10 months) lecturer to cover the research leave of a member of staff.   Applicants for the post should have, or be close to obtaining, a PhD in a relevant area and have the ability to deliver high-quality teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level with particular reference to Classical Greek Archaeology and History.   The appointee will also be expected to contribute to the life of the School, including carrying out administrative duties. Salary range: £31,656 – £37,768 per annum, pro-rata for hours worked (Grade 6). Career Pathway: Teaching and Scholarship Start Date: 1.9.17, fixed term for 10 months. This is a part time, fixed term post. Date post advertised: Tuesday, 2 May 2017 Closing date: Friday, 19 May 2017 Please be aware that Cardiff University reserves the right to close this vacancy early should sufficient applications be received. Cardiff University is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity. Our inclusive environment welcomes applications from talented people from diverse backgrounds.   Job Description To prepare, coordinate & deliver high-quality teaching in Classical Greek Archaeology and History at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including work associated with student assessment & the supervision of dissertations. You will carry out your duties in a developing capacity with the assistance of a mentor. Teaching •    To conduct lectures, seminars and tutorials in Greek Archaeology and History, and to contribute to other teaching and learning activities within the Department and School at undergraduate and postgraduate level, under the guidance of a mentor. This teaching will include individual tutorials and large lectures and  includes: •    Contributing to lectures and seminars for core courses in Archaeology and Ancient History, e.g. Investigating the Ancient World: Skills and Evidence. •    Co-teaching the undergraduate option module  Art & Archaeology of Classical Greece. •    Supervising and assessing students on the second year undergraduate Independent Study module and the final year undergraduate Dissertation module. •    To carry out course evaluation, including facilitating student feedback; reflecting on own teaching design and delivery; and implementing ideas for improving own performance. •    To undertake work associated with assessment, such as setting & marking exam papers & providing student feedback. • Supervise the work of students including the supervision of undergraduate students. Provide advice on study skills & help them with learning problems. • Supply pastoral care through providing support and guidance to students, building and establishing trust. • To use initiative, creativity and judgement in planning & managing own teaching workload with guidance. •    Engage in scholarly activity through journal articles and/or outputs which advance knowledge within the area of work. Other • To participate in School administration and activity, including committee membership. • To participate in activities which promote the School and its work to the wider University and the outside world e.g. open days, organisation of public lectures and other events etc. •    Undergo personal and professional development that is appropriate to and which will enhance performance in the role of Lecturer. • To ensure that an understanding of the importance of confidentiality is applied when undertaking all duties. • To ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements in respect of equality & diversity, data protection, copyright & licensing, security, financial & other University policies, procedures and codes as appropriate. • To take reasonable care for the health & safety of yourself & of other persons who may be affected by your acts or omissions at work in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974. •     Any other duties not included above, but consistent with the role.   Person Specification Essential Qualifications and Education 1.    A PhD, or close to completion, in Greek Archaeology and History.   Knowledge, Skills and Experience 2.    Teaching experience at undergraduate/postgraduate level. 3.    Effective teaching skills with the ability to deliver high-quality lectures and tutorials, develop own teaching materials and methods to meet learning objectives. 4.    Evidence of the ability to provide a definitive source of expertise in the area of Greek Archaeology and History and to demonstrate continuous specialist development.   Pastoral, Communication and Team Working 5.    Excellent communication skills with the ability to present complex and conceptual ideas clearly and confidently to others using high level skills and a range of media. 6.    The ability to provide appropriate pastoral support to students, appreciate the needs of individual students and their circumstances. 7.    Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues to make appropriate decisions on academic content of courses. Other. 8.    Excellent organisational skills. 9.    An understanding of matters relating to Equality and Diversity.   Desirable 10 .     Evidence of ability to participate in and develop both internal and external networks and utilise them to enhance the teaching activities of the School. 11.    A willingness to take responsibility for academically related administration.   Salary Range Min. 32,004 Salary Range Max. 38,183 Job Category Academic - Teaching & Scholarship Grade Grade 6PhDwenignein 
lecturer early medieval archaeologyUnited Kingdom:GBCardiffCardiff Univ.  Lehre und Forschung1nein10Teilzeit113745544687 2017-05-19 https://krb-sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/HomeWithPreLoad?partnerid=30011&siteid=5460&PageType=searchResults&SearchType=linkquery#jobDetails=1046193 Lecturer in Early Medieval Archaeology 5948BR eur 37 455 - 44 687 Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion Teaching & Scholarship Advert Lecturer in Early Medieval Archaeology School of History, Archaeology and Religion The School of History, Archaeology & Religion wishes to appoint a part-time (30%) fixed-term (10 months) lecturer to cover the research leave of a member of staff.   Applicants for the post should have, or be close to obtaining, a PhD in a relevant area and have the ability to deliver high-quality teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level with particular reference to Early Medieval Archaeology.   The appointee will also be expected to contribute to the life of the School, including carrying out administrative duties. Salary range: £31,656 – £37,768 per annum, pro-rata for hours worked (Grade 6). Career Pathway: Teaching and Scholarship Start Date: 1.9.17,  This post is part time, fixed term for 10 months. Date post advertised: Tuesday, 2 May 2017 Closing date: Friday, 19 May 2017 Please be aware that Cardiff University reserves the right to close this vacancy early should sufficient applications be received. Cardiff University is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity. Our inclusive environment welcomes applications from talented people from diverse backgrounds.   Job Description To prepare, coordinate & deliver high-quality teaching in Early Medieval Archaeology at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including work associated with student assessment & the supervision of dissertations. You will carry out your duties in a developing capacity with the assistance of a mentor. Teaching • To conduct lectures, seminars and tutorials in Early Medieval Archaeology, and to contribute to other teaching and learning activities within the Department and School at undergraduate and postgraduate level, under the guidance of a mentor. This teaching will include individual tutorials and large lectures and may include: • Teaching the undergraduate option module HS2340 Post-Roman Celtic Britain. • Contributing to lectures and seminars for core courses, e.g. HS2124 Deep Histories. • Supervising and assessing students on the second year undergraduate Independent Study module and the final year undergraduate Dissertation module. • To carry out course evaluation, including facilitating student feedback; reflecting on own teaching design and delivery; and implementing ideas for improving own performance. • To undertake work associated with assessment, such as setting & marking exam papers & providing student feedback. • Supervise the work of students including the supervision of undergraduate students. Provide advice on study skills & help them with learning problems. • Supply pastoral care through providing support and guidance to students, building and establishing trust. • To use initiative, creativity and judgement in planning & managing own teaching workload with guidance. • Engage in scholarly activity through journal articles and/or outputs which advance knowledge within the area of work. Other • To participate in School administration and activity, including committee membership. • To participate in activities which promote the School and its work to the wider University and the outside world e.g. open days, organisation of public lectures and other events etc. • To ensure that an understanding of the importance of confidentiality is applied when undertaking all duties. • To ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements in respect of equality & diversity, data protection, copyright & licensing, security, financial & other University policies, procedures and codes as appropriate. • To take reasonable care for the health & safety of yourself & of other persons who may be affected by your acts or omissions at work in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974. • You may be asked to perform other duties occasionally which are not included above, but which will be consistent with the role.   Person Specification Essential   Qualifications and Education 1.    A PhD, or close to completion, in Early Medieval Archaeology.   Knowledge, Skills and Experience 2.    Teaching experience at undergraduate/postgraduate level. 3.    Effective teaching skills with the ability to deliver high-quality lectures and tutorials in Early Medieval Archaeology, develop own teaching materials and methods to meet learning objectives. 4.    Evidence of the ability to provide a definitive source of expertise in the area of Early Medieval Archaeology and to demonstrate continuous specialist development.   Pastoral, Communication and Team Working 5.    Excellent communication skills with the ability to present complex and conceptual ideas clearly and confidently to others using high level skills and a range of media. 6.    The ability to provide appropriate pastoral support to students, appreciate the needs of individual students and their circumstances. 7.    Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues to make appropriate decisions on academic content of courses. Other 8.    Excellent organisational skills. 9.    An understanding of matters relating to Equality and Diversity. Desirable 10 .     Evidence of ability to participate in and develop both internal and external networks and utilise them to enhance the teaching activities of the School. 11.    A willingness to take responsibility for academically related administration.   Salary Range Min. 32,004 Salary Range Max. 38,183 Job Category Academic - Teaching & Scholarship Grade Grade 6PhDwenignein 
Leitung Referat DenkmalumgangGermany:DEEsslingenRegierungspräs. Stuttgart  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit    2017-05-19 https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Dienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG, VERWALTUNG UND BEVÖLKERUNGSSCHUTZ Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 25.04.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 /0253 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart ist in Abteilung 8 - Landesamt für Denkmalpflege Baden-Württemberg - zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt im Bereich Bau- und Kunstdenk-malpflege der Dienstposten des/ der Leiter/in des Referat 83.3 - Denkmalumgang zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Esslingen. In Betracht kommen Beamtinnen und Beamte des höheren Diens-tes in der Denkmalpflege, die sich in der Landesverwaltung besonders bewährt haben. Die Funktion ist nach Besoldungsgruppe A 16 bewertet. Baden-Württemberg ist mit fast 90.000 Bau- und Kunstdenkmalen ein denkmalreiches Bundesland, das sich durch eine besondere Vielfalt an bedeutenden Denkmalen aus-zeichnet. Dazu gehören zahlreiche Burgen und Schlösser, bedeutende Kirchen, mittelal-terliche Stadtkerne und eine vielfältige Hauslandschaft. Das Landesamt für Denkmalpflege ist landesweit zuständig für die fachliche Denkmalpfle-ge. Das Referat umfasst die praktische Bau- und Kunstdenkmalpflege sowie die Denkmal-förderung und gliedert sich in folgende Fachgebiete: • Vier Fachgebiete Bau- und Kunstdenkmalpflege in den Regierungsbezirken Stutt-gart, Tübingen, Freiburg und Karlsruhe • Fachgebiet Denkmalförderung Verbunden mit der Referatsleitung ist die Leitung des Fachgebiets Denkmalförderung. Im Rahmen einer Neuorganisation ist beabsichtigt, der Leitung des Referates Denkmalum-gang auch die Leitung des Fachgebiets Baudenkmalpflege Reg.-Bez. Stuttgart zu übertra-gen. Organisationsänderungen bleiben vorbehalten. Zum Aufgabengebiet der Stelleninhaberin/des Stelleninhabers gehören: • die fachliche Leitung, Steuerung und Entwicklung des Referates insbesondere im Hinblick auf den konservatorischen Umgang mit Kulturdenkmalen • die Koordination und fachliche Ausrichtung des Denkmalförderprogramms zur Vor-lage bei der Obersten Denkmalschutzbehörde und Koordination und Mitwirkung bei der Förderung durch Dritte • Mitwirken bei konzeptionellen Fragen der Bau- und Kunstdenkmalpflege • Entscheidung über die Betreuung von Einzelfällen in der praktischen Denkmalpfle-ge • Personalführung von rund 40 Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern • Kontaktpflege zum Partnerfeld der Landesdenkmalpflege und Weiterentwicklung des fachlichen Austauschs Fachliche und persönliche Anforderungen: • Voraussetzung für die Tätigkeit ist der Abschluss eines Diplom-, Magister- oder Masterstudiengangs der Fachrichtung Architektur, Kunstgeschichte oder Denkmal-pflege an einer wissenschaftlichen Hochschule oder an anderen nach Landesrecht anerkannten wissenschaftlichen Hochschulen • Promotion ist erwünscht • langjährige, einschlägige Berufspraxis in der Bau- und Kunstdenkmalpflege, mög-lichst bereits mit Führungserfahrung • engagierte und konfliktfähige Persönlichkeit mit hoher sozialer und fachlicher Kom-petenz • teamorientierter Arbeitsstil und strategisches Denkvermögen werden vorausgesetzt, um die Belange von Denkmalpflege und Denkmalschutz in überzeugender Weise nach außen vertreten zu können • Befähigung zur erfolgreichen Zusammenarbeit mit den wissenschaftlichen Einrich-tungen des Landes Da die Tätigkeit mit Außendiensten verbunden ist, ist ein Führerschein Klasse B / 3 erfor-derlich. Mit einem anspruchsvollen und komplexen Tätigkeitsfeld in der Landesdenkmalpflege bie-ten wir Ihnen eine hohe berufliche Herausforderung in einem ausgesprochen motivierten Team. Wir bieten Ihnen ein gut ausgestattetes Arbeitsumfeld, der Dienstsitz in einer histo-rischen Schule liegt zentrums- und bahnhofsnah in der ehemaligen Reichsstadt Esslingen am Neckar. Das Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart möchte den Anteil von Frauen in Führungsfunktionen erhöhen und ist deshalb an Bewerbungen von Frauen besonders interessiert. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berück-sichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Das Land Baden-Württemberg unterstützt Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu dieser Stellenausschreibung ist Abteilungspräsident Prof. Claus Wolf (Tel. 0711/904 45 100, claus.wolf@rps.bwl.de) Ihre Bewerbung mit den üblichen Unterlagen richten Sie bitte bis 19.05.2017 unter Anga-be des AZ: 12-0305.3-1-8/0253 an das Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Referat 12, Sach-gebiet 2, Ruppmannstraße 21, 70565 Stuttgart. Wir bitten um Verständnis, dass wir aus Verwaltungs- und Kostengründen die Bewer-bungsunterlagen leider nicht zurücksenden können. Daher empfehlen wir Ihnen, keine Bewerbungsmappen zu verwenden und jegliche Bewerbungsunterlagen in Kopie einzu-reichen. Unterlagen nicht berücksichtigter Bewerber/innen werden nach Abschluss des Auswahlverfahrens vernichtet. Von Bewerbungen per E-Mail bitten wir abzusehen.MALeitung2jaPraxis in Bau- und Kunstdenkmalpflege In Betracht kommen Beamtinnen und Beamte des höheren Diens-tes in der Denkmalpflege, die sich in der Landesverwaltung besonders bewährt haben.
Archäologe/inGermany:DEHalle/SaaleLA f Denkmalpfl u Arch Sachsen-Anhalt  Denkmalpflege1nein20Vollzeit    2017-05-19 http://www.lda-lsa.de/aktuelles/stellenangebote/ http://www.lda-lsa.de/aktuelles/meldung/datum/2017/05/08/archaeologinarchaeologe_projektkoordination/ Beim Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt - Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte -  ist für ein Digitalisierungsprojekt im Bereich Archive/Sammlungen spätestens zum 01.06.2017 eine Stelle als   Archäologe/Archäologin zur Projektkoordination    zu besetzen.   Es handelt sich um eine Vollzeitstelle. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach der Entgeltgruppe E13 TV-L. Die Stelle ist bis zum 31.12.2018 befristet. Der Dienstort ist Halle (Saale).   Aufgaben     strukturelle und inhaltliche Planung in Abstimmung mit der Projektleitung     Projektkoordination und Leitung des Projektteams     Durchführung der Ausschreibungs- und Vergabeverfahren     Überwachung und Kontrolle der durch die einzelnen Arbeitsgruppen erzielten Ergebnisse    Fachliche Voraussetzungen     abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium im Fach Ur- und Frühgeschichte     fundierte Kenntnisse der mitteldeutschen Archäologie     umfassende Berufserfahrung bei der Durchführung größerer archäologischer Projekte in Leitungs- und Koordinierungsfunktion      grundlegende Kenntnisse von Datenbankstrukturen sowie umfassende Kenntnisse bei der Anwendung und Pflege von Datenbanksystemen     sehr gute Kenntnisse im Bereich MS-Office- Programme (Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint)     wünschenswert sind gute Kenntnisse im Umgang mit Archivalien und Archivsystemen sowie die Fähigkeit zur Transkription handschriftlicher Informationen     Persönliche Voraussetzungen     analytische Fähigkeiten, strategisches Denkvermögen sowie Kreativität     Problemlösungskompetenz     Durchsetzungsvermögen und Überzeugungsfähigkeit     hohe soziale Kompetenz sowie Kommunikations- und Kooperationsfähigkeit     Fähigkeit zur Strukturierung von Gesprächen und Steuerung von Teams     hohes Maß an Eigeninitiative, Verantwortungsgefühl und Selbstständigkeit     serviceorientierter Umgang mit externen und internen Stellen     Zuverlässigkeit, Integrität, Belastbarkeit und Einsatzbereitschaft   Bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung werden Schwerbehinderte bevorzugt berücksichtigt. Bewerbungen von Frauen sind ausdrücklich erwünscht. Bewerbungskosten werden nicht erstattet.   Die schriftliche Bewerbung mit aussagefähigen Unterlagen richten Sie bitte unter Angabe der Kennnr. 10/17 – auch außen auf dem Briefumschlag - bis zum 19.05.2017 an:   Direktor des Landesamtes für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt -Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte- Richard-Wagner-Str.9 06114 Halle (Saale)  BALeitung1neinAchtung: es ist anzunehmen daß "abgeschlossenes Studium" einen MA erwartet.
lecturer archaeologyUnited Kingdom:GBCardiffCardiff Univ.  Lehre und Forschung1nein10Teilzeit113745544687 2017-05-17 https://krb-sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/HomeWithPreLoad?partnerid=30011&siteid=5460&PageType=searchResults&SearchType=linkquery#jobDetails=1046150 Lecturer in Archaeology 5947BR Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion Teaching & Scholarship Advert Lecturer in Archaeology School of History, Archaeology and Religion The School of History, Archaeology & Religion wishes to appoint a part-time (30%) fixed-term (10 months) lecturer to cover the research leave of a member of staff.   Applicants for the post should have, or be close to obtaining, a PhD in a relevant area and have the ability to deliver high-quality teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level with particular reference to Archaeological Computing and Archaeological Theory.   The appointee will also be expected to contribute to the life of the School, including carrying out administrative duties. Salary range: £31,656 – £37,768 per annum, pro-rata for hours worked (Grade 6). Career Pathway: Teaching and Scholarship Start Date: 1.9.17,    fixed term for 10 months. Date post advertised: Tuesday, 2 May 2017 Closing date: Friday, 19 May 2017 Please be aware that Cardiff University reserves the right to close this vacancy early should sufficient applications be received. Cardiff University is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity. Our inclusive environment welcomes applications from talented people from diverse backgrounds.   Job Description To prepare, coordinate & deliver high-quality teaching in Archaeological Computing and Archaeological Theory at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including work associated with student assessment & the supervision of dissertations. You will carry out your duties in a developing capacity with the assistance of a mentor. Teaching     To conduct lectures, seminars and tutorials in archaeological computing and archaeological theory, and to contribute to other teaching and learning activities within the Department and School at undergraduate and postgraduate level, under the guidance of a mentor. This teaching will include tutorials/practicals and large lectures and may include:     Teaching the undergraduate option modules HS2418 Introduction to Spatial techniques and HS2419 GIS for Archaeology/Ancient History.     Contributing to lectures and seminars for core courses, e.g. HS2350 History of Archaeological Thought;     Supervising and assessing students on the second year undergraduate Independent Study module and the final year undergraduate Dissertation module.     To carry out course evaluation, including facilitating student feedback; reflecting on own teaching design and delivery; and implementing ideas for improving own performance.     To undertake work associated with assessment, such as setting & marking exam papers & providing student feedback.     Supervise the work of students including the supervision of undergraduate students. Provide advice on study skills & help them with learning problems.     Supply pastoral care through providing support and guidance to students, building and establishing trust.     To use initiative, creativity and judgement in planning & managing own teaching workload with guidance.     Engage in scholarly activity through journal articles and/or outputs which advance knowledge within the area of work. Other     To participate in School administration and activity, including committee membership.     To participate in activities which promote the School and its work to the wider University and the outside world e.g. open days, organisation of public lectures and other events etc.      To ensure that an understanding of the importance of confidentiality is applied when undertaking all duties.     To ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements in respect of equality & diversity, data protection, copyright & licensing, security, financial & other University policies, procedures and codes as appropriate.     To take reasonable care for the health & safety of yourself & of other persons who may be affected by your acts or omissions at work in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974.     You may be asked to perform other duties occasionally which are not included above, but which will be consistent with the role.   Person Specification Essential   Qualifications and Education 1.    A PhD, or close to completion, in Archaeology.   Knowledge, Skills and Experience 2.    Teaching experience at undergraduate/postgraduate level. 3.    Effective teaching skills with the ability to deliver high-quality lectures and tutorials in GIS and Archaeological Theory, develop own teaching materials and methods to meet learning objectives. 4.    Evidence of the ability to provide a definitive source of expertise in the area of Archaeology and to demonstrate continuous specialist development.   Pastoral, Communication and Team Working 5.    Excellent communication skills with the ability to present complex and conceptual ideas clearly and confidently to others using high level skills and a range of media. 6.    The ability to provide appropriate pastoral support to students, appreciate the needs of individual students and their circumstances. 7.    Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues to make appropriate decisions on academic content of courses. Other 8.    Excellent organisational skills. 9.    An understanding of matters relating to Equality and Diversity. Desirable 10 .     Evidence of ability to participate in and develop both internal and external networks and utilise them to enhance the teaching activities of the School. 11.    A willingness to take responsibility for academically related administration.   Salary Range Min. 32,004 Salary Range Max. 38,183 Job Category Academic - Teaching & Scholarship Grade Grade 6PhDwenignein 
lecturer digital archaeologyUnited Kingdom:GBGlasgowUniv of Glasgow  Lehre und Forschung1ja Vollzeit 3982856707 2017-05-16 http://www.gla.ac.uk/about/jobs/vacancies/ Lecturer in Digital Archaeology Reference Number     017798 Location     Gilmorehill Campus / Main Building College / Service     COLLEGE OF ARTS Department     SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES Job Family     Research And Teaching Position Type     Full Time Salary Range     £33,943 - £48,327 Job Purpose To undertake high-quality research and research supervision, to make an active and high level contribution in the School of Humanities in the College of Arts to teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level in Archaeology, and to undertake administration as requested by the Head of Subject and Head of School. The post-holder will be an expert in digital archaeology, engaging with the conception, identification, and implementation of new digital devices and methodologies in archaeology, as well as their theorisation and critique. He/she will specialise in one or more of the following areas: virtual heritage; public engagement and social media; open archaeology. The post-holder will bring thematic expertise to complement Archaeology’s research strengths in material culture, landscape and/or engagement archaeology, as well as wider strengths in digital humanities across the College of Arts. The post-holder will also complement Archaeology’s strengths in the Near East, the Mediterranean and/or Northwest Europe. Main Duties and Responsibilities 1. To develop and sustain individual / joint research projects of international standard and demonstrable impact in the School, Centre or relevant Unit of Assessment and to pursue and secure external funding for the same through successful grant application to Research Councils and other funding bodies. 2. To contribute fully to developing and enhancing the research profile of the relevant Unit of Assessment, School and College, including maintaining a track record of high quality publications and demonstrable impact. 3. To participate fully in the School, College and University’s research culture and to attend and participate in appropriate research seminars/conferences. 4. To be responsible for the supervision and training of postgraduate, Masters and doctoral students and to ensure their effective development in line with University and (where relevant) funder guidelines. 5. To participate in the design, review, organisation, delivery and assessment of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching activities in accordance with the School’s programmes, including the delivery and development of cross teaching and employability initiatives. 6. To participate fully in the assessment process (using a variety of methods and techniques) and provide effective, timely and appropriate feedback to students to support their learning. 7. To undertake School/College level administration as directed and supported by the Head of School or VP Head of College. 8. To provide student support at College level, normally through acting as an adviser. 9. To work effectively in co-operation with colleagues in the School, College and University as a whole. 10. To develop research and where appropriate teaching initiatives, which support the School and College Knowledge Exchange agendas. 11. To engage in professional development as appropriate. 12. To contribute to the enhancement of the University’s international profile in line with the University’s Strategic Plan - Inspiring People – Changing the World. http://www.gla.ac.uk/about/strategy/people In addition, for appointment at Grade 8: 13. To sustain internationally leading research activity in the subject area, including a portfolio of future and existing projects and publications. 14. To play a leading role in the planning, organisation, and delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching activities within the School. 15. To play a lead role in the School’s ongoing development and review of the curriculum, in a manner that supports a research-led approach to student learning and employability. Knowledge, Qualifications, Skills and Experience Knowledge/Qualifications Essential A1 PhD in a relevant subject area. A2 Up-to-date knowledge of research within a relevant area which enhances and expands existing areas of expertise within the School/College. A3 A developing international research profile appropriate to academic experience. Skills Essential C1 Evidence of outstanding achievement as teacher and researcher appropriate to academic experience. C2 Ability to demonstrate originality and innovation in scholarship C3 A publication record with demonstrable evidence of 4* quality C4 Ability and willingness to provide quality and innovation in teaching and assessment over a range of topics in the School/College in line with current School and College agendas C5 Excellent communication and presentation skills (including high level of proficiency in English). C6 Excellent IT skills in support of research, teaching and administration C7 Self-motivation and ability to work independently or as part of a team C8 Capacity to enthuse and motivate students and colleagues C9 Time management skills In addition, for appointment at Grade 8 - essential C10 Track record of initiating, planning and delivering high-quality research and scholarship in the subject area C11 Track record of teaching and supervising beyond research specialism Experience Essential E1 3-5 years research experience, at least two years of which must be postdoctoral E2 Publication record and research profile which has the ability to enhance relevant subject areas standing internationally and which would enhance any future University submission to national research assessment exercise(s) E3 Experience of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the relevant subject areas E4 Experience of teaching in a range of HE situations (from lectures to small-group seminars) E5 Experience of using digital tools and methodologies in his/her research and teaching practice E6 Relevant administrative experience (e.g. conference organising, student support, course administration etc E7 Some experience and success in attracting external research funding E8 Experience of postgraduate, Masters and PhD supervision appropriate to academic experience. Where academic experience is gained outside of the UK the ability to demonstrate equivalent experience may be consider E9 Experience of public engagement and knowledge transfer activities, and of engaging with the impact agenda In addition, for appointment at Grade 8 - essential E10 At least 3-5 years postdoctoral experience E11 Experience in evaluation and review of teaching and assessment E12 Experience of postgraduate teaching in relevant subject area(s) E13 Experience and recurring success in attracting increasing levels of external research funding E14 Increasing levels of PhD and PGR supervision, appropriate to academic experience. Where academic experience is gained outside of the UK the ability to demonstrate equivalent experience may be consider Job Features Planning and Organising Participating fully in a team of research-active staff. Researching and publishing work of the highest quality in appropriate outlets Preparing and presenting applications for research funding Planning and organising research meetings, seminars and conferences Supervising postgraduate, Masters and doctoral students Supervising, where appropriate, postdoctoral research assistants Actively contributing to University/College/School research strategy Contributing to international and national research developments Providing leadership in designing programmes and courses, and in delivering teaching to undergraduate and postgraduate students Undertaking assessment and delivering feedback to undergraduate and postgraduate students Organising knowledge exchange and outreach activities as appropriate Decision Making Decisions on research methodology and submission of grant applications Decisions on placement of research output Decisions on programme/course content and teaching and assessment methods Decisions on short-term and longer-term research objectives for postgraduate students Contributing constructively and positively to University/College/School decision-making on research and teaching Prioritising workload in accordance with agreed School/College strategy. Taking responsibility for organisation of resources, as appropriate. Internal/External Relationships Internal Head of Subject, Head of School, Head of College and University officers to ensure that strategic objectives are met Academic colleagues for information exchange to facilitate effective research and teaching. Research students/postdoctoral researchers to oversee and advise on research Undergraduate and postgraduate students to optimise their learning Administrative staff for exchange of information relating to delivery of research and teaching External Key researchers in the field Key practitioners Relevant governmental and non-governmental organisations Research Councils, charitable bodies and other external sources of research funding General public/media Problem Solving World-class research is a key aspect of this post, including solving research problems at the forefront of the field and the development of new ideas, methods and research projects Resolving issues regarding research funding Resolving issues arising in pursuit of research objectives Assisting research students to resolve problems regarding their research Assisting undergraduate and postgraduate students to resolve problems regarding their studies Resolving issues arising in performance of administrative functions Proposing, imaginatively, strategies and negotiating alternative arrangements in response to strategic challenges in research, teaching and service Standard Terms & Conditions Salary will be on the University’s Research and Teaching Grade, level 7/8, £33,943 - £48,327 per annum. New entrants to the University will be required to serve a probationary period of 6 months. The successful applicant will be eligible to join the Universities' Superannuation Scheme. Further information regarding the scheme is available from the Superannuation Officer, who is also prepared to advise on questions relating to the transfer of Superannuation benefits. All research and related activities, including grants, donations, clinical trials, contract research, consultancy and commercialisation are required to be managed through the University’s relevant processes (e.g. contractual and financial), in accordance with the University Court’s policies. It is the University of Glasgow’s mission to foster an inclusive climate, which ensures equality in our working, learning, research and teaching environment. We strongly endorse the principles of Athena SWAN, including a supportive and flexible working environment, with commitment from all levels of the organisation in promoting gender equity. The University of Glasgow, charity number SC004401. Vacancy reference; 017798, closing date 16 May 2017.PhDerfahrennein 
Referent/inn ArchäobotanikGermany:DEGaienhofen HemmenhofenRegierungspräsidium Stuttgart  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit    2017-05-16 https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Dienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit TiefgarageDienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit Tiefgarage REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 25.04.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0275 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Abt. 8 - Landesamt für Denkmalpflege – ist im Re-ferat 84.1 (Archäologische Denkmalpflege: Grundsatz, Leitlinien, Denkmalforschung) zum 01.08.2017 eine unbefristete Stelle als Referent/in für Archäobotanik in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Gaienhofen-Hemmenhofen. Das Aufgabengebiet umfasst insbesondere: - Leitende Betreuung und methodische Weiterentwicklung der Archäobotanik am Landesamt für Denkmalpflege. - Wissenschaftliche Bestimmung, Analyse und Auswertung von botanischem Fund-material aus Rettungs- und Forschungsgrabungen des Landesamtes für Denkmal-pflege. - Erarbeitung und Umsetzung von fachlichen Grundlagen sowie wissenschaftliche Publikationen im Bereich Archäobotanik. - Beratung Dritter zu Belangen der Archäobotanik. Voraussetzung für die Tätigkeit ist ein abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium im Fach Biolo-gie mit Schwerpunkt Archäobotanik oder im Fach Ur- und Frühgeschichte mit Nebenfach Botanik und Schwerpunkt Archäobotanik. Abgeschlossene Promotion über ein archäobotanisches Thema ist erwünscht. Erforderlich sind zudem profunde Erfahrungen in der Bearbeitung und Analyse archäobotanischer Reste (Makroreste und Pollen) aus archäologischen Ausgrabungen nach den modernsten Qualitätsstandards (inkl. Sampling und Aufbereitung von Proben auf laufenden Ausgra-bungen) sowie sehr gute Kenntnis der mitteleuropäischen Vegetationsgeschichte, Kultur-pflanzengeschichte, Paläoökologie und Geobotanik. Ebenfalls erforderlich sind Grund-kenntnisse in Moorkunde und Limnologie sowie ein fundierter Überblick über die archäolo-gischen Feldmethoden, Perioden sowie die zeit- und kulturspezifischen archäologischen Fragestellungen. Erwünscht sind Erfahrungen in der öffentlichen Verwaltung. Weiterhin werden sehr gute EDV-Kenntnisse erwartet, vor allem im Bereich Datenbanken/Statistik sowie Kartierungs-software. Führerschein Klasse B ist erforderlich. Die Aufgabe erfordert eigenverantwortliches Arbeiten, Führungserfahrung, Befähigung zur Anleitung von Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern, gute Kommunikations- und Teamfähig-keit, Fähigkeit zur interdisziplinären wissenschaftlichen Zusammenarbeit sowie Erfahrung in der Beantragung und Durchführung von Drittmittelprojekten. Die Beschäftigung richtet sich nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Län-der (TV-L). Die Vergütung erfolgt bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraus-setzungen in Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Das Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart strebt eine Erhö-hung des Anteils von Frauen in den Fachfunktionen an und fordert daher Frauen aus-drücklich auf, sich zu bewerben. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entspre-chender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu der Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Prof. Dr. Dirk Krausse (Tel. 0711/90445501; dirk.krausse@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7043 bis spätestens 16.05.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden.BAwenigjaAchtung: Voraussetzung für die Tätigkeit ist ein abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium im Fach Biolo-gie mit Schwerpunkt Archäobotanik oder im Fach Ur- und Frühgeschichte mit Nebenfach Botanik und Schwerpunkt Archäobotanik. Abgeschlossene Promotion über ein archäobotanisches Thema ist erwünscht.
Referent/in Vor und FrühgeschichteGermany:DEFreiburgRegierungspräsidium Stuttgart  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit    2017-05-15 https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Dienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit TiefgarageDienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit Tiefgarage REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 24.04.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0274 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Abt. 8 - Landesamt für Denkmalpflege – ist im Re-ferat 84.2 (Regionale Archäologie, Schwerpunkte, Inventarisation) zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine unbefristete Stelle als Referent/in für Vor- und Frühgeschichte in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Freiburg. Die Aufgaben umfassen: - die Erkundung und Dokumentation von archäologischen Kulturdenkmalen - die Planung, Organisation und Durchführung von Ausgrabungen insbes. Betreuung von Großprojekten, wie z. B. Ausbau von Schnellbahntrassen etc. - die wissenschaftliche Auswertung von archäologischen Daten und Materialkomplexen - Betreuung von Ausgrabungen durch Dritte In den Regierungsbezirken Freiburg und Karlsruhe ist an Stellungnahmen der Planungs-beratung, insbesondere bei anstehenden Großprojekten, mitzuwirken sowie fachliche Bei-träge in Verfahren nach dem DSchG und nach anderen Fachgesetzen abzugeben. Voraussetzung für die Tätigkeit ist ein abgeschlossenes wissenschaftliches Hochschulstu-dium der Ur/Vor- und Frühgeschichte bzw. Prähistorischen Archäologie oder der Provinzi-alrömischen Archäologie. Ein Masterabschluss an einer Dualen Hochschule oder Fach-hochschule muss für den Zugang zum höheren Dienst akkreditiert sein. Die Akkreditierung ist nachzuweisen. Promotion ist erwünscht. Erwartet werden sehr gute Kenntnisse der Archäologie Süddeutschlands, insbesondere der Vor- und Frühgeschichte. Wir suchen eine Persönlichkeit mit Organisationstalent, Verhandlungsgeschick und Team-fähigkeit. Wir erwarten von Ihnen Flexibilität, Belastbarkeit und die Bereitschaft, in den Regierungsbezirken Freiburg und Karlsruhe auf archäologischen Ausgrabungen tätig zu sein. Führerschein Klasse B sowie Kenntnisse und Fertigkeiten in moderner EDV-gestützter Grabungsdokumentation sind erforderlich. Die Beschäftigung richtet sich nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Län-der (TV-L). Die Vergütung erfolgt bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraus-setzungen in Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Das Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart strebt eine Erhö-hung des Anteils von Frauen in den Fachfunktionen an und fordert daher Frauen aus-drücklich auf, sich zu bewerben. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entspre-chender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu der Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Dr. Jörg Bofinger (Tel. 0711/90445146; joerg.bofinger@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7042 bis spätestens 15.05.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden.MAwenigja 
hist environment consultantUnited Kingdom:GBMarket HarboroughTEP  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit    2017-05-15 http://www.tep.uk.com/jobs/ Graduate / Historic Environment Consultant We are recruiting a suitably qualified Historic Environment Consultant for our multidisciplinary team in Market Harborough.  This is an exciting consultancy opportunity which offers a chance to develop TEP’s archaeology and historic environment services in the Midlands, work on a range of stimulating and challenging projects, and further your own career and expertise in a supportive multidisciplinary practice. This role would appeal to an archaeologist or heritage graduate in the early stages of their career, ideally with some consultancy work experience and involves providing advice on archaeology and the historic environment to a wide range of clients involved in energy, residential, commercial and public sectors. TEP offer a competitive salary and benefits package, consistent with the CIfA salary bandings. TEP is an Investors in People Gold Standard employer. The post also offers a great opportunity for career progression, with in-house mentoring and support in a professional service area that TEP is keen to promote and expand. The closing date is 15th May 2017. April 2017 Our Ref:    Recruitment/Historic Environment Consultant/HK/2017 Dear Applicant HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT CONSULTANT Thank you for your interest in the above post.  This letter encloses the following: •    Information about the post •    Application form If you are interested in applying, please would you send the following: •    Completed application form •    Curriculum vitae Following review of the applications, a short list of candidates will be contacted for interview.  If you would like to talk more informally, please do not hesitate to contact the office and ask to speak to Helena Kelly (helenakelly@tep.uk.com or 01858 383121). I look forward to hearing from you. Please submit applications by post, or by email to recruitment@tep.uk.com.  The closing date is 5pm 15th May 2017. Yours sincerely Helena Kelly Associate Director TEP   Historic Environment Consultant The Opportunity TEP is recruiting a suitably qualified Historic Environment Consultant for its recently established multidisciplinary team in Market Harborough.  This is an exciting consultancy opportunity which offers a chance to develop TEP’s archaeology and historic environment services in the Midlands, work on a range of stimulating and challenging projects, and further your own career and expertise in a supportive multidisciplinary practice. About TEP TEP is an award-winning multi-disciplinary environmental consultancy employing environmental planners, landscape architects and urban designers, landscape managers, ecologists and urban foresters and other professionals working on a wide-ranging portfolio.  TEP is run by 3 Directors and employs around 130 professional and technical staff.  Our head office is in Warrington, with a further three offices in Market Harborough, Gateshead and South 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.  Our client base is very diverse and also includes Forestry Commission, United Utilities, National Grid, many Local Authorities, National Trust, major energy infrastructure firms, house builders, Groundwork Trusts and a number of Community Forests.  Our heritage work takes us across the British Isles. Please look at our website www.tep.uk.com to see the breadth of our commissions. 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 and public sectors. Our projects include the assessment of buried archaeology, historic landscapes and built heritage affects. 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 Institute for Archaeologists, 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 promote and 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; •    Computer literacy, particularly Microsoft Word and Excel; •    Full driving licence; •    The ability to actions 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; •    Skills developed whilst working in a consultancy environment and: •    Experience with liaising directly with clients and other environmental managers; •    Practitioner (PCIfA) or higher Grade member 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 is positive about disabled people. We will guarantee an interview for all disabled candidates meeting the eligibility criteria. To Apply We are only able to consider candidates already eligible to work in the UK. Please send your completed application form and CV to recruitment@tep.uk.com. Closing Date Closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm, Monday 15th May 2017.   1. Personal Details Name    Address for correspondence (inc postcode)     Telephone Number     Email address        National Insurance No.    2. The Post Post applied for:    How did you hear about the post?    In 300 words, tell us about your career to date, your skills and the special attributes you can bring to TEP. You can provide your answer here, or use a separate sheet. Don’t worry if the text spills over into a separate page. 3. Education and Referees – either fill in details below or refer to your CV (we will verify the authenticity of any qualifications stated on this form) College or University attended (State Dates)    Degree, diplomas etc. obtained (State grades)     Please give details of membership of any professional institutions or societies (and membership number, if known) relevant to the position applied for    Please provide a name and contact details for two referees who can comment on your professional skills and work experience. One should normally be your present or most recent employer. We will not contact your referees without your permission     Referee 1     Referee 2 4. Present or Last Employment Please provide the name, address & telephone number of Company; and a contact name – we will only contact your employer with your permission    Position held    Reason for leaving or wishing to leave    Current/ Last Salary, pension/benefits package and Annual Leave Allowance Contact name Tel: Email:            Dates employed:    From Month/ Year        To Month/ Year            5. Previous Employment – if present or last employment was under 3 years please provide employment details to cover this period.  If unemployed, please state period of unemployment. Name and address of Company     Dates employed    Position held    Reason for leaving     From Month/ Year    To Month/ Year                                        6. Other Information Do you hold a full valid UK driving licence, with 8 or fewer penalty points?    Yes        No        Comment: Are you eligible to work in the UK?     Yes        No        Comment: Have you undergone a DBS check* (Basic Disclosure) in the last 12 months?     Yes        No        If Yes, please give date:     Have you undergone a screening test for Drugs & Alcohol* in the last 12 months?     Yes        No        If Yes, please give date:     * Due to client requirements, if successful in your application you will be required to complete a DBS (Basic Disclosure) check and undertake a drugs & alcohol screening test as a condition of employment.  If you have this information already, you will need to provide copies of the results to be held in your personnel file. Equal Opportunities – TEP is an Investor in People.  We operate an Equal Opportunities Policy and seek to ensure opportunities for everyone to work safely and maximise their abilities. Do you consider yourself to have a disability or long-term health condition?    Yes        No        Could we make any special provisions to assist during interview or in your work if successful?    Yes        No        Details: I confirm that the information I have provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge.    SIGNED:    NAME:    DATE:    Please send the completed form together with a recent copy of your CV marked ‘Private & Confidential – to Mags Chriscoli, TEP, Genesis Centre, Birchwood Science Park, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 7BH or email a copy of the completed form to recruitment@tep.uk.com Please note that we will always acknowledge each application and if an email response hasn’t been received within 3 working days please contact Mags Chriscoli at margaretchriscoli@tep.uk.com.BAkeineja 
archaeobotanistUnited Kingdom:GBOxfordOxford Arch.  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit 2675332596 2017-05-14 https://oxfordarchaeology.com/jobs/743-archaeobotanist ARCHAEOBOTANIST Required for Oxford Salary range £22,692 - £27,648 Oxford Archaeology is one of the largest independent archaeological practices in Europe. Since our foundation in 1973, we have worked throughout the UK and on many international projects. We have offices in Oxford, Lancaster and Cambridge. We are a registered heritage charity. The position: An opportunity has arisen within our Environmental Department at Oxford Archaeology South, based in Oxford. We intend to appoint an Archaeobotanist with proven experience in reporting plant macrofossil assemblages from UK sites to publication standard. The post-holder will undertake the assessment and analysis of assemblages of plant macrofossils, ideally including charcoal, leading to the production of technical reports as well as monograph and journal publications. The role will be predominantly office based, and part-time working could be considered. Position requirements Essential: • Demonstrable specialist knowledge and experience of identifying and reporting on plant macrofossil assemblages ideally including wood charcoal. • Knowledge and understanding of British Archaeology. • Familiarity with the principles, practices, procedures and processes relevant to archaeobotanical investigations in professional archaeology. • Excellent written English. • Competent IT skills. • Ability to work as part of a team, with a flexible approach when working under pressure and to deadlines. Desirable: • A postgraduate degree in environmental archaeology or archaeological science, or equivalent experience. • A publication record. • Experience of professional archaeology within the UK commercial environment. • Ability to mentor specialist environmental staff and field staff in environmental sampling, sample processing and archaeobotany. • Driving license. • CSCS card. Applicants should be members, or eligible for membership, of the CIfA preferably at ACIFA level. In return, we offer an exciting range of employee benefits: Employee benefits: • Competitive salary range £22,692 - £27,648 in line with CIfA salary minima guidelines; 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). • Cycle to work scheme. • 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). • Childcare vouchers. For further information about the role, please contact Rebecca Nicholson (Environmental Manager) at the Oxford office on 01865 263824 or via email: rebecca.nicholson@oxfordarch.co.uk If you would like to be part of a respected and established organisation, please apply by completing an application form, available from: http://oxfordarchaeology.com/jobapplication Please also attach a supporting CV and list of publications if available. Alternatively, you can post your completed application form and CV to: Human Resources Oxford Archaeology Janus House Osney Mead Oxford OX2 0ES Closing Date: Sunday 14 May 2017 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. 1618597keineerfahrenneinDL, CSCScard, p/g degree, CIfAmembership etc. listed as desirables
wiss. mitarbeiter/in keramikarchäometrieAustria:ATWienÖAW  Lehre und Forschung1nein36Vollzeit405077250772 2017-05-12 http://www.oeaw.ac.at/die-oeaw/karriere-mit-der-oeaw/offene-stellen/ An der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (ÖAW), der größten außeruniversitären Einrichtung für Grundlagenforschung in Österreich, ist am Österreichischen Archäologischen Institut (Zentrale Wien) eine PostDoc Position als wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in für den Fachbereich Keramikarchäometrie (40 Wochenstunden) zu besetzen. Das Österreichische Archäologische Institut ist eine international renommierte Einrichtung auf dem Gebiet der archäologischen Grundlagenforschung mit Grabungsprojekten in der Türkei, Ägypten, Griechenland und dem Alpen-Donauraum. Kernkompetenzen sind die Feldarchäologie in all ihren Teilbereichen sowie die kulturgeschichtlichen Analysen basierend auf den materiellen Hinterlassenschaften. Ein Schwerpunkt liegt dabei auf der Keramikforschung nach kontextuellen, typochronologischen und kulturhistorischen Kriterien unter Anwendung geistes- und naturwissenschaftlicher Methoden. Das Team setzt sich aus Expert/inn/en sowie aus Nachwuchsforscher/inne/n zusammen, die im Rahmen von akademischen Arbeiten und Post-Doc-Programmen Themenbereiche bearbeiten. Der Forschungsschwerpunkt Keramikarchäometrie ist im Institutsprofil verankert und sein Ausbau strategisches Ziel der nächsten Jahre. Ihre Aufgaben - Mitarbeit am Aufbau einer Arbeitsgruppe für Archäometrie am ÖAI - Selbständige wissenschaftliche Arbeit inkl. Publikationstätigkeit im Bereich Keramikarchäometrie - Wissenschaftliche Bearbeitung von archaischer Keramik aus dem Artemis-Heiligtum in Lousoi (FWF-Projekt P 30095-G26) - Wissenschaftliche Bearbeitung von Tonrohstoffen aus der Region Ephesos - Durchführung von petrografischen und chemischen Analysen - Entwicklung von Forschungsprojekten und Einwerbung von Drittmitteln - Aufbau und Betreuung der archäometrischen Vergleichssammlung (digital und analog) Ihr Profil - Abgeschlossenes Studium (Doktorat/PhD) der Archäologie und/oder Archäometrie mit eindeutiger Qualifikation im Bereich Keramikarchäometrie - Expertise in der Präparation und Auswertung von Dünnschliffen sowie in der Durchführung petrografischer und chemischer Analyseverfahren, insbesondere Petrochemie, XRF, Schwermineralien - Sehr gute Englisch- und/oder Deutschkenntnisse. Kenntnisse in griechischer und türkischer Sprache sind wünschenswert, aber keine Voraussetzung - Fähigkeit zu selbständigem wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten - Fähigkeit zur Teamführung bzw. die Bereitschaft Forschungsgruppen aufzubauen und zu leiten - Bereitschaft zu mehrwöchigen Forschungsaufenthalten und zu Forschungsreisen in Zentraleuropa und dem Mittelmeerraum Die Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften bekennt sich zum Ziel der Gleichstellung von Frauen und Männern und lädt deshalb qualifizierte Frauen ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung ein. Die Post Doc Position ist ab 01.09.2017 verfügbar und auf 36 Monate befristet; abhängig von der erbrachten Leistung bzw. den Ergebnissen ist die Möglichkeit einer Verlängerung gegeben. Das jährliche Bruttogehalt beträgt derzeit € 50.772,40, in Anlehnung an die FWF-Personalkostensätze für PostDoc bei Vollzeitbeschäftigung. Wir würden uns freuen, Ihr Interesse an der Position geweckt zu haben und ersuchen Sie, Ihre aussagekräftige schriftliche Bewerbung (Lebenslauf, Motivationsschreiben, Foto, Zeugniskopien, Referenzen, ggf. Literaturliste) elektronisch bis spätestens 12.05.2017 an bewerbung@oeai.at zu senden. Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Zuschrift.PhDwenigneinidealerweise englische und deutsche sowie griechische und türkische sprachkenntnisse Bereitschaft zu mehrwöchigen Forschungsaufenthalten und zu Forschungsreisen in Zentraleuropa und dem Mittelmeerraum
arch. illustratorUnited Kingdom:GBSheffieldWessex Arch.  Medien1ja Vollzeit 2409331469 2017-05-12 http://www.wessexarch.co.uk/archaeological-illustrator Wessex Archaeology invites applications for the following post: Archaeological Illustrator – Sheffield Ref: SALDO04.17   Graphics Supervisor - Officer Grade £20,536 to £26,823 Salary commensurate with skills and experience   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.   The Wessex Archaeology Graphics Team, which comprises an exciting and innovative blend of archaeological illustrators and designers, provides a comprehensive and professional illustration, interpretation and design service whilst developing new and creative ways of visually presenting data.   The position We are seeking an experienced archaeological illustrator to support our busy Northern Region. Based in our Sheffield office, situated at the heart of the city’s industrial heritage, they will work alongside our fieldwork, heritage, geomatics and built heritage specialists. The successful candidate will be afforded the opportunity to work on a range of interesting and varied products whilst receiving support from our company-wide Graphics Team in developing their existing skills and in exploring new methods and specialisms.   This role is offered as an office-based full-time appointment to our core team.   Position requirements The successful candidate is expected to have an understanding and experience of professional standards for archaeological practice. They should have experience of working in a professional, commercial archaeological environment. This position requires an experienced Archaeological Illustrator with the following:     A basic working knowledge of AutoCAD and at least one other professional graphics package;     The ability to demonstrate good graphic composition and layout skills, and provide evidence of preparing appropriate deliverables to the required standard;     An ability to interpret and make value judgements on the importance and significance of archaeological data;     The ability to advise project staff of the best methods to achieve the desired project aims where appropriate;     An appropriate level of understanding to ensure that work assigned 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;     The skills to prepare illustrations for all levels of client report using supplied drawing briefs, and to liaise with other specialists where required;     The experience to prepare illustrations for smaller scale publications; and     The ability to prepare a wide variety of promotional material for web content and community engagement. The behavioural attributes that we expect from you are:     To have excellent communication skills which enable you to provide supervision and support to junior colleagues, under the direction of senior staff.     To be optimistic and a positive influence, inspiring creativeness and innovation in others;     To be enthusiastic and solution driven; and     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.   Employee benefits:     Competitive salary range in line with CIfA salary guidelines (appointments will be made on the basis of demonstrated ability, previous experience and CIfA membership as appropriate). 50% contribution towards CIfA subscription fees;     A company Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) – confidential external advice on health and wellbeing;     22 days p.a. holiday entitlement (plus bank holidays) rising to 27 after 5 year’s continuous employment;     Paid sick leave from start of contract;     Immediate eligibility for inclusion in the group pension plan with an employer contribution of 4%;     Free accommodation provided for projects beyond reasonable travel distances, as well as an overnight subsistence payment (£15 per night, with a further £5 per night as breakfast contribution if in S/C accommodation);     Free transport from regional offices to sites;     High quality personal protective equipment;     Drivers are entitled to time in lieu in excess of the 7.4 working day;     Individual training and development, including free BAJR skills passport, HSE certification, mentoring, annual appraisal, personal development plans and career progression maps;     Life assurance scheme;     Childcare vouchers;     Bike2Work scheme.   Applications Applicants are invited to submit a completed application form  a copy of their CV and a covering letter; returned by e-mail to wa.applications@wessexarch.co.uk Applications must be received by close of business on Friday 12 May 2017. Candidates invited to an interview, will be expected to present their portfolio. For more information about the post, please contact Karen Nichols, Graphics Manager – k.nichols@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 must be either a British citizen, EU National or hold a full work visa and where appropriate be registered under the ‘Worker Registration Scheme’, or must hold a current work permit. Proof of identity and eligibility to work in the UK will be required prior to commencement of employment.   GRAPHICS OFFICER – PERSON SPECIFICATION ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS Educated to Degree level in an appropriate subject or demonstrable experience to an equivalent level. PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATION Membership of an appropriate accredited professional body, commensurate with the level of responsibility. DRIVING Full, clean, UK (Category B) driving licence or equivalent. KNOWLEDGE &EXPERIENCE An understanding and experience of professional standards for archaeological practice. Knowledge of safe working practices, legislation and regulations and their practical implementation. Experience of working in a professional, commercial archaeological environment. Basic working knowledge of AUTOCAD and at least one other professional graphics package. Ability to demonstrate good graphic composition and layout skills. Evidence of producing appropriate deliverables to the required standard. Ability to interpret and make value judgements on the importance and significance of archaeological data. Knowledge and experience of Office suite of software or similar. Experience of GIS software, Web or App building software. Experience of typesetting. Experience of artefact illustration. Photographic skills. Broad and/or specialist knowledge of archaeological periods, theory and practice. ATTRIBUTES Ability to work independently or as part of a team including leadership. Have a professional approach to work, colleagues, other professionals and clients. Ability to multi-task across several projects. Version: 1 Revision: 0 Review date: 24/10/15 Updated: Issued: 24/10/14 Wessex Archaeology Ltd is a company limited by guarantee registered in England, company number 1712772. It is also a Charity registered in England and Wales, number 287786; and in Scotland, Scottish Charity number SC042630. Our registered office is at Portway House, Old Sarum Park, Salisbury, Wilts SP4 6EB. ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE PLANNING & ORGANISING Methodical and systematic approach to work. Must be able to work efficiently within time/cost constraints. ANALYSIS & PROBLEM SOLVING Ability to summarise data and produce coherent and accurate graphics. Analytical, problem solving and interpretative skills. COMMUNICATION SKILLS Ability to communicate effectively both visually and orally with a range of clients and fellow professionals. LEADERSHIP Decision making and leadership skills. PERSONAL REQUIREMENTS Committed, hardworking and professional. Must be flexible; may be required to stay away from home on some projects. To be responsible for the maintenance of own continuous professional development. Version: 1 Revision: 0 Review date: 24/10/15 Updated: Issued: 24/10/14 Wessex Archaeology Ltd is a company limited by guarantee registered in England, company number 1712772. It is also a Charity registered in England and Wales, number 287786; and in Scotland, Scottish Charity number SC042630. Our registered office is at Portway House, Old Sarum Park, Salisbury, Wilts SP4 6EB.BAwenigjamembership of appropriate prof. body
community archaeologist (trainee)United Kingdom:GBBarnard CastleDigVentures  Museum/Vermittlung1ja Vollzeit 2122121221 2017-05-12 https://digventures.com/2015/06/new-jobs-at-digventures/ www.archaeologists.net/jis/onlineBAwenigneinDL and own transport desirable
praktikant/inAustria:ATWienÖAW  Lehre und Forschung2nein2Vollzeit 1906519065 2017-05-12 http://www.oeaw.ac.at/die-oeaw/karriere-mit-der-oeaw/offene-stellen/ An der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (ÖAW), der größten außeruniversitären Einrichtung für Grundlagenforschung in Österreich, sind am Österreichischen Archäologischen Institut (ÖAI) | Zentrale Wien zwei Positionen PRAKTIKANT/IN IM BEREICH DIGITAL ARCHAEOLOGY für jeweils zwei Monate im Ausmaß von 40 Wochenstunden zu besetzen. Das Österreichische Archäologische Institut ist eine international renommierte Einrichtung auf dem Gebiet der archäologischen Grundlagenforschung mit Grabungsprojekten in der Türkei, Ägypten, Griechenland und dem Alpen-Donauraum. Kernkompetenzen sind die Feldarchäologie in all ihren Teilbereichen sowie die kulturgeschichtlichen Analysen basierend auf den materiellen Hinterlassenschaften. Im Rahmen der Arbeitsgruppe Digital Archaeology wird aktuell eine digitale Aufbereitung und Archivierung von Forschungsdaten aus Ephesos durchgeführt, mit dem Ziel diese in weiterer Folge in ein Archäologisches Informations- und Archivierungssystem einzupflegen. Ihre Aufgaben: »» Aufbereitung von archäologischem Dokumentationsmaterial für Digitalisierungszwecke »» Recherche, Erfassung und Eingabe von Metadaten für digitales Archivgut »» Mitarbeit an der Administration im Bereich der Arbeitsgruppe und daraus resultierender Aktivitäten Ihr Profil: »» Laufendes Masterstudium einer archäologischen Fachrichtung »» Interesse an digitalen archäologischen Dokumentations- und Archivierungsmethoden »» Fähigkeit zu teamorientiertem Arbeiten Die Praktika laufen von 1. 6. bis 31. 7. 2017. Das monatliche B ruttogehalt beträgt € 1.588,50. Wir würden uns freuen, Ihr Interesse an den Praktika geweckt zu haben und ersuchen Sie, Ihre aussagekräftige schriftliche Bewerbung (Lebenslauf, Motivationsschreiben, Foto, Zeugniskopien) elektronisch bis spätestens 12. 05. 2017 an bewerbung@oeai.at zu senden. Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Zuschrift. WWW.OEAI.AT ÖSTERREICHISCHES ARCHÄOLOGISCHES INSTITUT ZENTRALEBAkeinenein 
grabungstechniker/inGermany:DEBerlinDAI  Feldforschung1ja Vollzeit    2017-05-12 http://www.dainst.org/en/karriere/stellenangebote/wissenschaft/-/asset_publisher/3LeVsqoiJRaK/content/grabungstechniker-grabungstechnikerin?redirect=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dainst.org%2Fen%2Fkarriere%2Fstellenangebote%2Fwissenschaft  Grabungstechniker/Grabungstechnikerin; Kennziffer 79/2016 Bewerbungsfrist: 12.05.2017 An der Eurasien-Abteilung des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts (DAI) ist zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt die Stelle eines Grabungstechnikers/einer Grabungstechnikerin (Kennziffer: 79/2016) in Vollzeit unbefristet zu besetzen. Bei Erfüllen aller Voraussetzungen erfolgt die Eingruppierung in Entgeltgruppe E 9b TVöD (Bund). Der Dienstort ist Berlin. Das DAI ist eine im Geschäftsbereich des Auswärtigen Amtes tätige Bundesanstalt und betreibt Forschungen auf dem Gebiet der Altertumswissenschaften und seiner Nachbardisziplinen. Mit 20 Standorten im In- und Ausland ist das DAI die größte außeruniversitäre Forschungseinrichtung auf dem Gebiet der Archäologie und der Altertumswissenschaften in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Aufgabenbeschreibung Der Aufgabenbereich umfasst insbesondere:     Durchführung von Grabungen und Surveys     Erstellung von topographischen Plänen, auch mittels Drohne     Betreuung der GIS-Anwendungen und Sicherstellung technischer Standards     Betreuung des Grabungsarchivs (analog und digital) Anforderungsprofil Vorausgesetzt werden:     eine zum Zeitpunkt der Einstellung abgeschlossene Ausbildung zum/zur geprüften Grabungstechniker/in oder ein zum Zeitpunkt der Einstellung abgeschlossenes Studium der Grabungstechnik oder gleichwertige Fähigkeiten oder Erfahrungen     Berufserfahrung in der Denkmalpflege     Auslandserfahrung, bevorzugt im Arbeitsgebiet der Eurasien-Abteilung des DAI     Bereitschaft zur Durchführung von Ausgrabungen im gesamten Arbeitsgebiet der Eurasien-Abteilung des DAI     sehr gute Kenntnisse in digitalen Dokumentationsmethoden und GIS-Anwendungen     gute Englischkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift Erwünscht sind:     gute Russischkenntnisse Bei gleicher Eignung, Befähigung und fachlicher Leistung werden schwerbehinderte Bewerberinnen und Bewerber entsprechend den gesetzlichen Grundlagen und Frauen nach Maßgabe des Bundesgleichstellungsgesetzes, sofern nicht in der Person eines Mitbewerbers liegende Gründe überwiegen, bevorzugt berücksichtigt. Fühlen Sie sich angesprochen? Dann bewerben Sie sich bitte bis zum 12.05.2017 mit Lebenslauf, Ausbildungsnachweis, qualifizierten Arbeitszeugnissen/Beurteilungen etc. Wir bitten Sie zudem, den auf der Homepage des DAI (www.dainst.org) eingestellten Bewerbungsbogen „Wissenschaft" ausgefüllt beizufügen. Wir freuen uns über Ihre aussagekräftigen Bewerbungsunterlagen. Bitte senden Sie diese in schriftlicher Form auf dem Postweg unter Angabe der Kennziffer 79/2016 an: Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Hauptverwaltung Referat II2 - Personal Kennziffer 79/2016 Podbielskiallee 69-71 14195 Berlin Aus Kostengründen können die postalisch eingereichten Bewerbungsunterlagen nur bei Beifügung eines frankierten Rückumschlags zurückgesandt werden. Andernfalls werden die Unterlagen nach Abschluss des Bewerbungsverfahrens vernichtet. Für etwaige Rückfragen steht Ihnen gerne zur Verfügung: Frau Molz-Gerhard, Personalreferat, Tel. 030/187711-295, Email: bewerbung@dainst.deanderewenigneinEnglischkenntnisse notwendig Russischkenntnisse erwünscht
keeper of armour and edged weaponsUnited Kingdom:GBLeedsRoyal Armouries  Museum/Vermittlung1ja Vollzeit384014840148 2017-05-12 https://www.networxrecruitment.com/Jobs/Advert/689800?FromSearch=False Job Title: Keeper of Armour and Edged Weapons Reference: NTXDU190420 Location: Leeds Salary: Up to £33,942 pa Full/Part Time: Full Time The Royal Armouries is the United Kingdom’s national museum of arms and armour and one the most important collections of its type in the world,  housed at its headquarters and flagship museum in Leeds, its historic home at the Tower of London, and the Victorian Fort Nelson in Hampshire.   This is an exciting opportunity to shape the development and study of our internationally recognised collection.  With overall responsibility for the armour and edged weapons components of the collection you will lead on developing a research programme in this area, oversee its management and contribute ideas and expertise in support of the museum’s public programme and improvements to its displays.  The post holder will be assisted by two specialist curators.   You will be educated to at least degree level with demonstrable expertise in the history of armour and edged weapons and have a substantial research and publication record in this area.  With extensive previous management experience in a Collections environment, you will also be comfortable leading teams, devising strategic plans and delivering on agreed objectives.   This is a full time position working 37.5 hours per week 5 days out of 7. Weekend, Bank Holiday and evening working may be required.   A Standard Disclosure and other security checks will be requested in the event of a successful application.  However, a criminal record may not necessarily be a bar to employment.  Any decision made would depend upon the nature of the position and the circumstances and background of your offence. Closing date: Friday 12 May Interview date: Friday 26 May  BAwenigneinweekend and bankholiday work incl.
visiting assistant professor archaeologyUnited States:USUrbana ChampaignIllinois University  Denkmalpflege1nein9Vollzeit    2017-05-10 https://jobs.illinois.edu/search-jobs/job-details?jobID=78180&job=college-of-liberal-arts-and-sciences-visiting-assistant-professor-archaeology-department-of-anthropology-f1700035 College Name or Administrative Unit: Liberal Arts and Sciences, Department of Anthropology Category: Faculty and Other Academic Title: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Visiting Assistant Professor, Archaeology-Department of Anthropology (F1700035) Open Date: 04/12/2017 Close Date: 05/10/2017 Long Description: The Department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applications for a position in anthropological archaeology at the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor with a target start date of August 16, 2017. The appointment is anticipated to be for one year but may be renewed depending on departmental needs and positive performance reviews. This is a 9-month, full-time, non-tenure track position. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.   Anthropology PhD in hand by the starting date of the appointment required.  Geographic area is open. The successful candidate will teach two courses per semester. Experience teaching undergraduate lecture and discussion courses (including four-field introduction to anthropology, topical courses such as women in prehistory) strongly preferred.  Required demonstrated evidence of research including a publication record and an active research agenda related to the position.   To apply, create your candidate profile through the University of Illinois application login page at https://jobs.illinois.edu and submit your application materials: application letter, CV, two sample syllabi, and names and contact information for three professional references.  Referees will be contacted after a first review of applications. Only electronic applications submitted through https://jobs.illinois.edu will be accepted.   To ensure full consideration, all required materials must be submitted by May 10, 2017.  Applicants may be interviewed before the closing date; however, no hiring decision will be made until after that date. For further information please contact ljlucero@illinois.edu. The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer.   The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. For more information, visit http://go.illinois.edu/EEO. To learn more about the University’s commitment to diversity, please visit http://www.inclusiveillinois.illinois.eduPhDkeinenein 
archaeology and heritage consultantUnited Kingdom:GBShrewsburyThe environmenatl dimension partnership  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit    2017-05-10 http://www.edp-uk.co.uk/careers.html Due to the continuing success and growth of the business, EDP is seeking to recruit another enthusiastic and energetic archaeological/heritage consultant to join the multi-disciplinary team at our office in Shrewsbury. The successful candidate will be highly professional and self-motivated, and in possession of excellent research skills. They will have a proven ability to write to a high standard and be able to deliver projects independently or as part of a team; completing both on time and on budget. They will possess an ability to communicate effectively with team members. Twelve months or more in a consultancy environment would be desirable, but is by no means essential; likewise applicants with specialist skills in the fields of historic landscape assessment and/or standing building investigation would be welcomed. Existing membership of the CIfA at Associate level or above would be an advantage, but a full driving licence and a car insured for business use are essential. Salary will depend on experience, but will exceed CIfA minima. Your application should be made via a CV and a covering letter to rebeccac@edp-uk.co.uk. A job description and person specification can also be requested using the same address. If you would like to discuss the post or have any enquiries, please contact either Andrew Crutchley on 02921 671900 or Rob Johns on 01939 211190. We look forward to hearing from you. We are currently reviewing applications with the intention to appoint during May 2017keinewenigjaessential: car insured for business use please note - no CD given, inquire befor applying asap
Referent/in HeuneburgGermany:DEHeiligkreuztalRegierungspräsidium Stuttgart  Museum/Vermittlung1ja Vollzeit    2017-05-08 https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Dienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit TiefgarageDienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit Tiefgarage REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 06.04.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0280 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Abt. 8 - Landesamt für Denkmalpflege – ist im Referat 84.1 (Archäologische Denkmalpflege: Grundsatz, Leitlinien, Denkmalforschung) zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine unbefristete Stelle als Referent/in für die denkmalpflegerische Betreuung der Heuneburg und die Leitung des Freilichtmuseums „Keltenstadt Heuneburg“ in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Heiligkreuztal. Die Tätigkeit umfasst die Koordination wissenschaftlicher und denkmalpflegerischer Aufgaben, die sich beim Management und der Vermittlung der frühkeltischen Fundstätte Heuneburg (Kreise Sigmaringen und Biberach, Gemeinde Herbertingen-Hundersingen und Ertingen-Binzwangen) und der zugehörigen Denkmale in ihrem Umfeld stellen. Die Heuneburg gehört zu den bedeutendsten prähistorischen Denkmalen Mitteleuropas. Das 2001 gegründete Freilichtmuseum auf der Heuneburg wird mit steigender Tendenz von ca. 25.000 Besuchern im Jahr besucht und vermittelt durch Nachbauten, Sonderausstellungen, Vorträge, Kurse und Events ein lebendiges Bild der frühkeltischen Kultur im 7. bis 5. Jahrhundert v. Chr. Im Mittelpunkt stehen dabei die Ausgrabungs- und Forschungsergebnisse des Landesamts für Denkmalpflege, das ein großes Forschungsprojekt im Umfeld der Heuneburg durchführt. Eigentümer des Freilichtmuseums ist das Land Baden-Württemberg, Trägerin die Gesellschaft für Archäologie in Württemberg und Hohenzollern e.V. Ausschreibung und Besetzung der Stelle erfolgen in enger Abstimmung mit der Trägerin. Das Aufgabengebiet umfasst insbesondere: - Wissenschaftliche Konzeption, Koordination und Umsetzung der Schutz- und Managementplanungen zu den frühkeltischen Fundstätten und Denkmalen auf der Heuneburg und in ihrem Umfeld - Wissenschaftliche Leitung des Freilichtmuseums auf der Heuneburg - Wissenschaftliche Vermittlung von Ausgrabungs- und Forschungsergebnissen durch Ausstellungen, Führungen, Vorträge, Aktionen etc. - Weiterentwicklung des Freilichtmuseums zu einem Ort der lebendigen Geschichtsvermittlung für die breite Öffentlichkeit - Finanzverwaltung - Verantwortliche Organisation und Koordination sämtlicher Abläufe im Bereich des Freilichtmuseum - Führung und Anleitung des Museumspersonals (Kassen- und Aufsichtskräfte) - Schulung von ehrenamtlichen Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern - Pflege und Ausbau eines Netzwerks zur Förderung der Pflege und Vermittlung der Heuneburg mit öffentlichen, ehrenamtlichen und privaten Partner Voraussetzung für die Tätigkeit ist ein abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium im Fach Urund Frühgeschichte bzw. Prähistorische Archäologie sowie Berufserfahrungen im Bereich des Kulturmanagements und der Denkmalpflege. Ein Masterabschluss an einer Dualen Hochschule oder Fachhochschule muss für den Zugang zum höheren Dienst akkreditiert sein. Die Akkreditierung ist nachzuweisen. Promotion ist erwünscht. Erforderlich sind sehr gute Kenntnisse der Archäologie der Hallstatt- und Latènezeit in Südwestdeutschland. Von Vorteil sind Erfahrungen in der Konzeption und Realisierung archäologischer Ausstellungen. Gesucht wird eine kommunikative Persönlichkeit mit ausgeprägtem Organisationstalent sowie der Bereitschaft und Befähigung die gesamte Palette der sich stellenden Aufgaben, von der praktischen Organisation technischer und kaufmännischer Abläufe bis hin zur theoretischen Konzeption wissenschaftlicher Sonderausstellungen und denkmalpflegerischer Schutzstrategien zu erledigen. Dafür erforderlich ist ein hohes Maß an sozialer Kompetenz mit ausgeprägter Teamfähigkeit einerseits, aber auch mit hohem Durchsetzungsvermögen andererseits. Die Tätigkeit erfordert ein hohes Maß an Flexibilität und Belastbarkeit. Zwingende Voraussetzung ist die Bereitschaft zur temporären Wochenendtätigkeit während der Museumssaison zwischen April und Oktober. Führerschein Klasse B ist erforderlich. Die Beschäftigung richtet sich nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Länder (TV-L). Die Vergütung erfolgt bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraussetzungen in Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Das Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart strebt eine Erhöhung des Anteils von Frauen in den Fachfunktionen an und fordert daher Frauen ausdrücklich auf, sich zu bewerben. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeitszeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu der Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Prof. Dr. Dirk Krausse (Tel. 0711/90445501; dirk.krausse@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7046 bis spätestens 08.05.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.badenwuerttemberg. de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden.MAwenigjainkl. wochenendtätigkeit
wiss. mitarbeiter/inGermany:DEFrankfurtUniv. Frankfurt  Lehre und Forschung1nein36Vollzeit    2017-05-08 https://www.uni-frankfurt.de/48794875/fb09 Am Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften, Abt. II (Archäologie und Geschichte der römischen Provinzen sowie Archäologie von Münze, Geld und von Wirtschaft in der Antike) ist zum 01.06.2017 die Stelle einer/eines Wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiterin/Mitarbeiters (E13 TV-G-U) zu besetzen. Die Stelle ist zunächst auf 3 Jahre befristet, eine Verlängerung um max. weitere 3 Jahre ist möglich. Tätigkeitsbeschreibung Die mit der Stelle verbundenen Aufgaben umfassen Lehre im Umfang von 4 Lehrveranstaltungsstunden im Studiengang Archäologie und Geschichte der römischen Provinzen, die Organisation und örtliche Leitung von Lehrgrabungen, die Betreuung der Grabungsausrüstung inklusive EDV, der Lehr- und Forschungsdatensammlungen sowie der Bibliothek. Hinzu kommt die Beteiligung an der akademischen Selbstverwaltung sowie der Studienberatung. Darüber hinaus ist die Möglichkeit der eigenständigen Forschung gegeben. Die wissenschaftliche Weiterqualifikation (Promotion oder Habilitation oder Habilitations-Äquivalent) während der Laufzeit der Stelle ist erwünscht. Anforderungsprofil Voraussetzungen für die Bewerbung sind ein abgeschlossenes wissenschaftliches Hochschulstudium (ein sehr guter Master- bzw. M.A.-Abschluss im Fach Archäologie und Geschichte der römischen Provinzen / Provinzialrömische Archäologie), die Promotion in diesem Fach ist erwünscht. Erwartet werden erste fachrelevante Publikations- und Berufserfahrungen (Museum, Denkmalpflege oder Forschungsinstitut), vertiefte Kenntnisse moderner feldarchäologischer Methoden inklusive digitaler Vermessungs- und Dokumentationstechniken sowie die sichere Beherrschung von Geoinformationssystemen. Fundierte Kenntnisse der provinzialrömischen Sachkultur sind von Vorteil. Erste Erfahrungen in der Lehre sind erwünscht sowie die Bereitschaft das Zertifikat Hochschullehre zu erwerben. Bei nicht-deutschsprachigen Bewerberinnen und Bewerbern wird der Erwerb guter deutscher Sprachkenntnisse während des ersten Arbeitsjahres vorausgesetzt. Bewerbungen in deutscher oder englischer Sprache sind folgende Unterlagen beizufügen: CV und Publikationsverzeichnis, Kopien der Master/Magister – und ggf. Promotionsurkunden, Kopien von bis zu drei Veröffentlichungen und/oder einem Kapitel der Dissertation (insgesamt max. 50 S.) Eine Skizze für ein eigenständiges Forschungsprojekt im Bereich der Provinzialrömischen Archäologie Bewerbungen sind bis zum 08.05.2017, digital oder über den Postweg, zu senden an: Prof. Dr. Markus Scholz, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt (Campus Westend), Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften, Abt. II: Archäologie und Geschichte der römischen Provinzen, IG-Farben-Haus, Raum 5.412, Norbert-Wollheim-Platz 1, 60629 Frankfurt am Main, GERMANY, Telefon +49 (0)69-798 32265, Fax +49 (0)69-798 32268, E-Mail: m.scholz@em.uni-frankfurt.de . Für nähere Auskünfte wenden Sie sich bitte auch an diese Adresse.MAerfahrenneinErwerb der dt. Sprache im ersten Jahr vorausgesetzt, falls nicht vorhanden.
archaeologistsUnited Kingdom:GBMtn Keynes, Cirenct., Andovercotswold arch  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit382425724257 2017-05-08 http://www.cotswoldarchaeology.co.uk/careers/current-vacancies/archaeologistsexperienced-archaeologists-2/ Milton Keynes, Cirencester and Andover Salary up to £20,548 (dependent on experience) Permanent and fixed-term contracts available   Cotswold Archaeology requires a number of talented field archaeologists to join our teams based in Milton Keynes, Andover and Cirencester. With a strong ongoing portfolio of fieldwork, we are looking for hard-working and dedicated individuals to assist in the excavation of a range of rural and urban archaeological sites of many different periods. Our teams are currently working on exciting projects across the East of England, the Midlands, the South of England and the South-West. We have projects located close to our offices and also long-running schemes further afield, where we provide accommodation and good opportunities for accruing lieu and overtime.   There are excellent career development opportunities at Cotswold Archaeology. In the past 3 years over 20 archaeologists, across our four offices have been selected for fast-track career advancement through our Supervisor Designate Scheme. This award winning scheme offers over 10 days of bespoke training associated with the specific job relevant Health & Safety and Supervisory skills and other transferable skills such as Communication and Conflict Management. For many the scheme has also provided a great first step towards management roles.   The Package   Along with a starting salary well above the CIfA minimum, we offer a highly competitive benefits package including:       A generous lieu and overtime scheme operated for all driving time, and time spent in excess of 45 minutes each way as a passenger, outside of the normal 7.5 hour working day (accumulate up to 10 days additional lieu time annually)     30 days annual leave (including statutory holidays)     Generous pension and life assurance schemes     Paid CIfA membership subscription     Employee Assistance Programme     Award winning training programme geared to career progression     The Details   Archaeologists Ideally, candidates for the post of Archaeologist will be able to demonstrate their competence in core fieldwork skills through provision of a completed Archaeology Skills Passport (http://www.archaeologyskills.co.uk/project/core-skills/), or similar training log provided by another employer and completed during previous experience working for commercial British archaeological practices.   Your core skills and experience should include manual excavation and recording of archaeological features, and the recovery of artefacts or samples. You should also be able to complete stratigraphic matrices, photograph archaeological features and sites, use tapes to record measurements accurately, compose accurate measured drawings and take levels.   Experienced Archaeologists We are also looking for more experienced field archaeologists to assist our Supervisors with the training and mentoring of Trainee Archaeologists and with machine supervision. Candidates with demonstrable and considerable commercial archaeological fieldwork experience, who can provide evidence of their proficiency both in core fieldwork skills and machine supervision/watching brief, staff training/development and an aptitude for GPS survey will be eligible for the higher starting salary. Recent training in the use of CAT and Genny equipment is also desirable.   For both posts, membership of the CIfA at PCIfA level is desirable, as is possession of a current and valid CSCS Health and Safety Card, and a full driving licence. However, CSCS training can be arranged for those who do not currently possess a valid card. Personal protective equipment will be issued for the duration of employment.   Away working will be required for certain projects, for which accommodation and subsistence will be provided. Please note all pay scales quoted are annual equivalents based on a 37.5 hour week.   How to apply   Please submit a completed application form, CV and covering letter, including complete contact details of two referees with recent first hand knowledge of your fieldwork ability. Please state clearly whether you are interested in a permanent or fixed-term contract, and at which of our offices you would wish to be based. September 1993 Revised 1998, 2000, 2002; May 2003; Nov 2007; June 2011 COTSWOLD ARCHAEOLOGY JOB SPECIFICATION Post Title: Archaeologist Responsible to: Project Leaders Purpose: To undertake archaeological field investigations, including manual excavation and the collection and recording of data, under the direction of a designated Project Leader. Main Activities: (a) Contribute to the successful and safe conduct of fieldwork projects, including fieldwalking, evaluation, excavation, finds processing, data entry and archiving. (b) Accurately record investigation data using pro-forma recording sheets and registers, scale drawings and photographs, in accordance with Cotswold Archaeology (CA) procedures and recognised industry standards. (c) Recover artefacts and environmental samples in accordance with CA procedures and recognised industry standards. (d) Contribute to departmental processes and working practices via Learning Reports, feedback to Committee Representatives and/or project leaders, and discussion at performance reviews. (e) Carry out such other duties commensurate with responsibilities as CA may determine from time to time. Personal Specification: Essential (a) Knowledge and understanding of archaeological practice. (b) The ability to deal efficiently and courteously with sponsors and clients of CA, officers of other bodies and members of the public. (c) Ability to create and maintain accurate and well organised administrative records. Desirable (a) Some demonstrable experience of machine supervision/watching brief undertaken in a commercial context (b) The ability to assist in the training and supervision of Trainee Archaeologists. (c) Survey skills, including ability to operate Leica GPS/TST. (d) Membership of the IfA (e) Full Manual Driving Licence (f) Experience of driving 4x4 vehicles, vans and minibuses. September 1993 Revised 1998, 2000, 2002; May 2003; Nov 2007; June 2011 (g) CSCS/EUSR card (h) Ability and willingness to learn and develop new skillsanderewenigneinArch. Skills Passport holders wanted DL desirable
trainee archaeologistsUnited Kingdom:GBMt. Keynes, Cirencst., AndoverCotswold Arch  Feldforschung nein6Vollzeit382183421834 2017-05-08 http://www.cotswoldarchaeology.co.uk/careers/current-vacancies/trainee-archaeologists/ Trainee Archaeologists Milton Keynes, Cirencester and Andover Salary £18,522 6 month contracts beginning early summer 2017   Cotswold Archaeology are looking to grow their fieldwork teams in Milton Keynes, Andover and Cirencester. We are particular keen to receive applications from those wishing to begin their career in field archaeology.   Like many of those that join our award winning trainee archaeologist programme you might be a recent graduate with a degree or masters in a relevant subject; you may have graduated some time ago but never realised your ambitions to enter the profession; or you may have no formal archaeology related qualifications but your passion and interest in the subject is attracting you to developing a career in the sector. Whatever your background, skills, experience, qualifications and ambitions, we would love to hear from you.   Our trainee programme has been developed with the flexibility to respond to a wide variety of individual’s education and work experience. The training includes all the core skills required to be effective as an Archaeologist including; excavation, drawing, photography and sampling.   In the past 3 years, over 40 trainees have successfully completed our programme. You will begin with a 6 month contact, which should be ample time to complete your training and on successful completion of your training log you will be offered a permanent contract and promotion to Archaeologist.   During your training you will be working on some of the most exciting excavation projects being undertaken in the UK including a range of rural and urban archaeological sites of many different periods. Our teams are currently working on projects across the East of England, the Midlands, the South of England and the South-West. We have projects located close to our offices and also long-running schemes further afield, where we provide accommodation and good opportunities for accruing lieu and overtime.   The Package Along with a starting salary well above the CIfA minimum, we offer a highly competitive benefits package including:     A generous lieu and overtime scheme operated for all driving time, and time spent in excess of 45 minutes each way as a passenger, outside of the normal 7.5 hour working day (accumulate up to 10 days additional lieu time annually)     30 days annual leave (including statutory holidays)     Generous pension and life assurance schemes     Paid CIfA membership subscription     Employee Assistance Programme     Award winning training programme geared to career progression     How to apply Please submit a completed application form, CV and covering letter, including complete contact details of two referees with recent first hand knowledge of your fieldwork ability. Please state clearly whether you are interested in a permanent or fixed-term contract, and at which of our offices you would wish to be based. Email careers@cotswoldarchaeology.co.uk or post to HR Department, Cotswold Archaeology, Building 11, Kemble Enterprise Park, Cirencester, GL7 6BQ. Closing date for these opportunities is 10am on Monday 8 May 2017. COTSWOLD ARCHAEOLOGY  JOB SPECIFICATION Post Title:             Trainee Archaeologist Responsible to:    Project Leaders/Find and Environmental Officers Purpose:        As a Trainee you will receive a Personal Development Log. This defines the key skills and competencies required to attain Archaeologist Grade, and provides space to document training provided, certification of competence in each given skill, and a record of professional experience gained. You will be given training and mentoring on site from your Project Leader and other experienced staff, as well as access to in-house training opportunities and external training courses as deemed appropriate. Subject to completion of the Personal Development Log and satisfactory Employee Performance Evaluations (EPEs), Trainees should usually acquire sufficient expertise during their six-month probation period to fulfill the job description of Archaeologist. Main Activities: (a)    To assist in the successful and safe conduct of fieldwork projects, including archaeological surveys, surface collection programmes, evaluations and excavations, in accordance with CA procedures and recognised industry standards. (b)    To assist in the compilation of archaeological site records in accordance with CA procedures and recognised industry standards. (c)    To assist with finds and sample processing tasks as required. (d)    To assist Project Leaders in the preparation of reports and archives for fieldwork projects as required. To carry out such other duties commensurate with responsibilities as Cotswold Archaeology may determine from time to time. Personal Specification: (a)     Broad knowledge of archaeological periods, monuments and practice gained from a degree standard, or equivalent, qualification. (b)     Capable of carrying out physically demanding outdoor work in a wide variety of weather conditions, including undertaking manual excavation tasks using hand tools. (c)    The willingness, enthusiasm and drive to learn about all aspects of professional archaeological practice, and to develop new skills. (d)     Good attention to detail. (e)     Ability to work to deadlines. (f)    Administrative ability in the keeping of records. (g)    The ability to deal courteously with fellow staff, clients of CA, officers of other bodies and members of the public. The Package Along with a starting salary, we offer a highly competitive benefits package including: •    A generous lieu scheme operated for all driving time, and time spent in excess of 45 minutes each way as a passenger, outside of the normal 7.5 hour working day (accumulate up to 10 days additional lieu time annually). •    30 days annual leave (including statutory holidays) •    Access to our Archaeology Training Forum award-winning Career Development programme, providing structured development at each stage of your career. •    Good quality accommodation, and subsistence payments (£15 per night), for all away projects •    Pension scheme with matching Employer contribution up to 6% •    Life assurance scheme •    Financial assistance and support with relocation •    Employee Assistance Programmekeinekeinenein 
research associateUnited Kingdom:GBDurhamUniv. of Durham  Lehre und Forschung1nein12Vollzeit 3770638830 2017-05-05 https://recruitment.durham.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.display_form?p_company=1&p_internal_external=E&p_display_in_irish=N&p_applicant_no=&p_recruitment_id=005708&p_process_type=&p_form_profile_detail=&p_display_apply_ind=Y&p_refresh_search=Y 005708 Job Title :     Research Associate     Company :     Durham University Department :     Department Of Archaeology     Position Type :     Research Grade 7 (£32,004 - £32,958) This post is Full Time and Fixed Term until end of May 2018. Applications are invited for a Research Associate to join the Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa (EAMENA) project in the Department of Archaeology at the University of Durham. The position is externally funded by the Cultural Protection Fund, administered by the British Council. The Durham director is Professor Graham Philip. The post holder will be a member of a University of Durham research group that is collaborating on the EAMENA project with archaeologists at the Universities of Oxford and Leicester. The main responsibilities of the post involve the creation of key datasets within the Endangered Archaeology framework specific to the archaeological authorities in Lebanon, Syria and Iraq. This will involve compilation of data from published surveys and site gazetteers, creation of lists of key sites for each country and a watch list of 250-300 sites representative of the region’s heritage. The role will also involve supporting the Training Manager at Durham in the development of a country-based Historic Environment Record (HER) platform based on the EAMENA database. In addition, the post holder will contribute to the general work of the EAMENA project: interpretation of satellite imagery and aerial photographs, creation of new site records, data management (using standard terminology and data input), analysis and archaeological research in support of the aims of the Endangered Archaeology project covering Lebanon and Syria. Applicants must have a doctorate in Archaeology (or a related and relevant subject, or significant professional experience of equivalent value) together with experience in, or knowledge of, the Middle East. Excellent communication and organizational skills are required, and experience of supporting teaching and/or training events, workshops or conferences would be valuable. Applicants should also possess specialist knowledge in archaeological survey techniques, especially image interpretation and site record creation. The post is a full-time appointment, for a fixed term of 12 months and is available from June 2017. Further details are available from Professor Graham Philip (graham.philip@durham.ac.uk) Additional information about the project is available at http://eamena.arch.ox.ac.uk Interviews are expected to be held during the week beginning May 15th 2017 Closes midday on :     05-May-2017 Reference Number: 005708 Post: Research Associate on Endangered Archaeology Project Department: Archaeology Location: Durham City Contract Type: Full Time, Fixed Term until end of May 2018 Grade: Grade 7 (£32,004- £32,958) Opening Date: 05 April 2017 Closing Date: 05 May 2017 (Midday) Applications are invited for a a fixed term 12-month role that will undertake research and related administration and other activities supporting the work of a project entitled ‘Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa’ which is funded by the British Council Cultural Protection Fund. The broader project is searching for and recording significant archaeological sites in the Middle East and North Africa (from Mauretania to Iran), using satellite imagery and aerial photography, in order to aid understanding, and for their future protection and management. Principal Responsibilities Reporting to Professor Graham Philip the post holder will be a member of a Durham University research group that is collaborating in the in the Endangered Archaeology project with archaeologists at the Universities of Oxford and Leicester. The position is externally funded by the Cultural Protection Fund, administered by the British Council. The main responsibilities of the post involve the creation of key datasets within the Endangered Archaeology framework specific to the national archaeological services and groups dealing with the heritage of Lebanon, Syria and Iraq. This will involve the compilation of data from published surveys, site gazetteers, and satellite imagery, the creation of lists of key sites for each country and a watch list of 250-300 sites representative of the region’s heritage. The role will also involve supporting the Training Manager at Durham in the development of a country-based Historic Environment Record (HER) platform based on the EAMENA database. In addition the postholder will contribute to the general work of the EAMENA project: interpretation of satellite imagery and aerial photographs, creation of new site records, data management (using standard terminology and data input), analysis and archaeological research in support of the aims of the Endangered Archaeology project covering Lebanon, Syria and Iraq.  Liaise with and support trainees and staff from the partner heritage organisations and groups dealing with the heritage of Lebanon, Syria and Iraq  Support the Training Manager in the development of an HER based on the EAMENA platform  Manage own work programme (within defined objectives) for the interpretation of satellite imagery and aerial photography for selected areas of Lebanon, Syria and Iraq; record creation using standard terminology to a specified database  Undertake analysis and research on the most significant and most typical archaeological sites in Lebanon, Syria and Iraq in terms of distribution, period, archaeological significance, assessment of threats and potential threats. Oversee finding solutions for the future management of these threats using the EAMENA database/HER and potential future management strategies for the most significant sites  Support the Training Manager is the development of an HER based on the EAMENA platform  Adapt existing and develop new archaeological and technological research methodologies and materials for training  Co-ordinate aspects of work to meet deadlines and contribute to the overall management of the project  Manage academic research and administrative activities  Analyse qualitative and/or quantitative data from a variety of sources, reviewing and refining theories as appropriate  Collaborate in the preparation of research publications, and book chapters  Present papers at conferences or public meetings  Act as a source of information, guidance and advice to other members of the group on methodologies or procedures  Represent the research group at external meetings/seminars, either with other members of the group or alone Administration and Other Activities  To undertake such specific departmental roles and administrative duties as may be reasonably required by the Project Leader.  To participate in relevant professional activities.  To engage in continuous professional development, for example though participation in relevant staff development programmes.  To ensure compliance with health and safety requirements in all aspects of work. Internal and External Relationships: It is expected that the post holder will be available for regular contact (including by email) with other team members in Durham, Leicester and Oxford. Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience (Indicate which are essential and which are desirable): Essential  Hold a doctorate in Archaeology (or a related and relevant subject or significant professional experience of equivalent value) or have submitted a thesis at this level, ideally with relevant knowledge of, or experience in, the Northern Levant and Mesopotamia  Possess sufficient specialist knowledge of archaeological survey techniques, especially image interpretation and site record creation to work within established archaeological research programmes, and specifically in the Northern Levant and Mesopotamia.  Possess sufficient specialist knowledge in the creation and management of complex archaeological and heritage datasets and/or the use of CIDOC/CRM.  Ability to manage own academic research and associated activities  Willing and able to travel to MENA countries as required by the needs of the project  Previous experience of contributing to publications/presentations  Ability to contribute ideas for new research projects and research income generation  Excellent communication skills, including the ability to write good English text for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings  Good interpersonal skills  Excellent team working skills and flexibility Desirable  Experience of independently managing a discrete area of a research project  Experience of coding, preferably in Python and/or Javascript; or a willingness to develop these skills  Experience of the use of GIS systems, e.g. ArcMap.  Good ability to use Microsoft Office (Word, Powerpoint, Excel) and the Internet  Experience of organizing or supporting teaching and/or training events, workshops or conferences. Further details are available from Prof. Graham PHILIP (graham.philip@durham.ac.uk) Additional information about the project is available at http://eamena.arch.ox.ac.uk Interviews are expected to be held during the week beginning May 15th 2017PhDerfahrennein 
datenerfasser/in GrabungsdokumentationGermany:DELudwigsburgRegierungspräs. Stuttgart  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit40   2017-05-05 https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 12.04.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0277 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Landesamt für Denkmalpflege, Referat 84.2 - Archä-ologische Denkmalpflege: Regionale Archäologie, Schwerpunkte, Inventarisation – ist baldmöglichst eine unbefristete Stelle als Datenerfasser/in Grabungsdokumentation und Grabungsgrafik in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Ludwigsburg. Im Wesentlichen sind folgende Aufgaben wahrzunehmen: • Datenerhebung und Datenpflege • Datenerfassung, auch auf Grabungen vor Ort • Erstellung von Grabungsplänen • grafische Aufbereitung digitaler Grabungspläne • Layout und Aufbereitung druckreifer Vorlagen (Fotos, Pläne etc.) Vorausgesetzt wird Erfahrung im Umgang mit EDV Systemen und sehr gute Kenntnis gängiger Office-, Grafik- und Bildbearbeitungssoftwares. Auch Erfahrungen im Umgang mit GIS Software und der Datenerhebung auf archäologischen Ausgrabungen sind von Vorteil. Es wird eine flexible, kreative und teamfähige Persönlichkeit gesucht. Eine selbstständige Arbeitsweise, die Bereitschaft zu Fort- und Weiterbildung und ein Führerschein der Klasse B sind zudem erforderlich. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Länder (TV-L), bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraussetzungen in der Entgeltgruppe 6. Die wöchentliche Arbeitszeit beträgt 39,5 Stunden. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Frauen werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufgefor-dert. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu dieser Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Dr. Jörg Bofinger (Tel. 0711/ 904 45 146, joerg.bofinger@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7039 bis spätestens 05.05.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden.keinewenignein 
historic environment consultantUnited Kingdom:GBMarket HarboroughThe Environment Partnership  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit    2017-05-05 http://www.tep.uk.com/jobs/ Graduate / Historic Environment Consultant We are recruiting a suitably qualified Historic Environment Consultant for our multidisciplinary team in Market Harborough.  This is an exciting consultancy opportunity which offers a chance to develop TEP’s archaeology and historic environment services in the Midlands, work on a range of stimulating and challenging projects, and further your own career and expertise in a supportive multidisciplinary practice. This role would appeal to an archaeologist or heritage graduate in the early stages of their career, ideally with some consultancy work experience and involves providing advice on archaeology and the historic environment to a wide range of clients involved in energy, residential, commercial and public sectors. TEP offer a competitive salary and benefits package, consistent with the CIfA salary bandings. TEP is an Investors in People Gold Standard employer. The post also offers a great opportunity for career progression, with in-house mentoring and support in a professional service area that TEP is keen to promote and expand. The closing date is 15th May 2017. HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT CONSULTANT Thank you for your interest in the above post.  This letter encloses the following: •    Information about the post •    Application form If you are interested in applying, please would you send the following: •    Completed application form •    Curriculum vitae Following review of the applications, a short list of candidates will be contacted for interview.  If you would like to talk more informally, please do not hesitate to contact the office and ask to speak to Helena Kelly (helenakelly@tep.uk.com or 01858 383121). I look forward to hearing from you. Please submit applications by post, or by email to recruitment@tep.uk.com.  The closing date is 5pm 15th May 2017. Yours sincerely Helena Kelly Associate Director TEP   Historic Environment Consultant The Opportunity TEP is recruiting a suitably qualified Historic Environment Consultant for its recently established multidisciplinary team in Market Harborough.  This is an exciting consultancy opportunity which offers a chance to develop TEP’s archaeology and historic environment services in the Midlands, work on a range of stimulating and challenging projects, and further your own career and expertise in a supportive multidisciplinary practice. About TEP TEP is an award-winning multi-disciplinary environmental consultancy employing environmental planners, landscape architects and urban designers, landscape managers, ecologists and urban foresters and other professionals working on a wide-ranging portfolio.  TEP is run by 3 Directors and employs around 130 professional and technical staff.  Our head office is in Warrington, with a further three offices in Market Harborough, Gateshead and South 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.  Our client base is very diverse and also includes Forestry Commission, United Utilities, National Grid, many Local Authorities, National Trust, major energy infrastructure firms, house builders, Groundwork Trusts and a number of Community Forests.  Our heritage work takes us across the British Isles. Please look at our website www.tep.uk.com to see the breadth of our commissions. 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 and public sectors. Our projects include the assessment of buried archaeology, historic landscapes and built heritage affects. 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 Institute for Archaeologists, 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 promote and 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; •    Computer literacy, particularly Microsoft Word and Excel; •    Full driving licence; •    The ability to actions 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; •    Skills developed whilst working in a consultancy environment and: •    Experience with liaising directly with clients and other environmental managers; •    Practitioner (PCIfA) or higher Grade member 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 is positive about disabled people. We will guarantee an interview for all disabled candidates meeting the eligibility criteria. To Apply We are only able to consider candidates already eligible to work in the UK. Please send your completed application form and CV to recruitment@tep.uk.com. Closing Date Closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm, Monday 15th May 2017.BAkeinejaCIfA membership
Stv MuseumsleitungGermany:DESingenStadt Singen  Museum/Vermittlung1ja Vollzeit    2017-05-05 https://singen.bewerbung.dvvbw.de/19-stellvertretende-r-museumsleiter-in/de/job.html Bei der Stadt Singen (Hohentwiel) ist zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine Stelle als Stellvertretende/r Museumsleiter/in für das Archäologische Hegau-Museum zu besetzen. Das Archäologische Hegau-Museum ist eines der größten ur- und frühgeschichtlichen Regionalmuseen Baden-Württembergs. Die Sammlung umfasst Funde von der Altsteinzeit bis zum Mittelalter. Ihre Aufgaben:     Konzeption, Organisation und Durchführung von museumspädagogischen Veranstaltungen     Kuratorische Mitverantwortung für die archäologische Sammlung und den Ausstellungsbetrieb     Planung und Organisation von Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und Marketing Sie besitzen:     ein abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium in Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Provinzialrömischer Archäologie oder einer verwandten archäologischen Fachrichtung     ein hohes Maß an Eigeninitiative, Kreativität und Teamfähigkeit     mehrjährige Berufserfahrung im Museumswesen, besonders in den Bereichen Kulturvermittlung, Ausstellungsbetrieb und Sammlungspflege ist erwünscht     Organisationsgeschick und Kommunikationsvermögen Wir bieten:     eine herausfordernde, anspruchsvolle und verantwortungsvolle Aufgabe in Vollzeit     in- und externe Fort- und Weiterbildungsmöglichkeiten     eine Bezahlung bis Entgeltgruppe 9 c TVöD Informationen über das Archäologische Hegau-Museum erhalten Sie unter www.hegau-museum.de. Für weitere Auskünfte stehen Ihnen gerne der Leiter des Hegau-Museums Herr Stephan unter Telefon 07731/85-267 und bei Fragen zur Vergütung Herr Stehle von der Abteilung Personal und Organisation unter Telefon 07731/85-183 zur Verfügung. Wir freuen uns auf Ihre aussagekräftige Bewerbung bis zum 5. Mai 2017. Bitte bewerben Sie sich online über unser Bewerberportal unter www.singen.de.BAerfahrenneinAchtung: 'abgeschlossenes Studioum' kann auch MA bedeuten
fellowshipDenmark:DKHojbjergAarhus Univ.  Lehre und Forschung1nein12Vollzeit    2017-05-02 http://www.au.dk/en/about/vacant-positions/scientific-positions/stillinger/Vacancy/show/901075/5283/ Postdoctoral fellowship in distal tephra modelling and analysis 901075 The Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, School of Culture and Society, Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University invites applications for a one-year postdoctoral fellowship, with the potential to extend the contract to two years subject to the provision of continued funding. The appointment begins on 1 September 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter. Place of work: Moesgaard, Moesgaard Alle 20, 8270 Højbjerg. The position The position is affiliated with the project ‘Apocalypse Then? The Laacher See volcanic eruption (13,000 years before present), Deep Environmental History and Europe’s Geo-cultural Heritage’, an interdisciplinary project funded by the Danish Council for Independent Research’s Sapere Aude elite research funding scheme. The project focuses on the Late Pleistocene in northern Europe and aims to evaluate the potential impacts of the Laacher See volcanic eruption, which occurred during this period. The project works across disciplinary boundaries that stretch from risk reduction research via archaeology to volcanology. One research objective is to revisit the dynamics of the Laacher See eruption as seen through its tephra fallout. We are looking for an innovative scholar with a background in volcanology, preferably with a specialisation in tephra studies and with strong analytical skills focused on fallout modelling and/or laboratory investigations. The postdoctoral fellow is expected to participate in project activities including fieldwork, and in activities at the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies and the Department of Geoscience such as lectures, seminars and workshops. Research The successful applicant will be associated with Work Package IV of the project, which is aimed at analysing in detail the tephra fallout of the Laacher See eruption, its spatial extent and volume, isochron utility and hazard potential using modelling, geochemistry and sedimentological methods as appropriate. There will also be opportunities for fieldwork, which is aimed at locating new sites at which both tephra and archaeological remains have been preserved. Education The position may involve some teaching commitments as agreed upon with the head of hepartment and the project PI. Knowledge exchange The postdoctoral fellow will be expected to exchange knowledge with various sectors of society and to contribute actively to the general public debate in areas related to the position. For further information about the position, please contact Associate Professor Felix Riede on phone +45 87 16 20 83 or by e-mail f.riede@cas.au.dk. Qualifications Applicants for this position must hold a PhD degree in volcanology or allied fields. Applicants must document: • experience of tephra analysis • experience of tephra fallout modelling • field experience (preferably medial-distal contexts) • interest in human impacts of volcanic eruptions and their fallout • an international research profile. Applicants should be interested in collaborative, interdisciplinary work. The application must be submitted in English. For more information about the application please contact HR supporter Marianne Birn,  e-mail mbb@au.dk. Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies At the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies and its associated research programme known as Materials, Culture and Heritage (MCH), we are concerned with people and the environment and culture and society from the earliest to modern times, with a focus on studies of material culture. On the basis of fieldwork and library and laboratory studies – including methods from the fields of anthropology, history and a variety of natural scientific approaches – the programme investigates and challenges our understanding of past societies seen in a deep historical perspective. In 2017, the department was ranked 25 in the international QS university ranking (https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/university-subject-rankings/2017/archaeology). The MCH research programme at Aarhus University has an international profile and strong research networks. A dynamic research environment provides the framework for large research projects, international conferences and a variety of visiting researchers. The environment is versatile and cross-disciplinary, and the academic staff’s research competences span topics ranging from war and power, mobility and globalisation, family and individual, religion and rituals, landscape and settlement, palaeo-demography and evolution, trade and networks, technology and knowledge exchange to (in particular) quantitative analysis methods, field methodology and digital representation. For a more detailed description, please visit http://cas.au.dk/en/about-the-school/departments/archaeology-and-heritage-studies/ and http://cas.au.dk/en/about-the-school/departments/archaeology-and-heritage-studies/materials-culture-and-heritage/ Department of Geoscience The Department of Geoscience has a strong research profile spanning a broad range of geological and geophysical disciplines. We perform basic and applied research, provide consulting services for governmental organisations, and offer research-based teaching at the highest international level with a clear view of the demands of society. We collaborate with the best international researchers and research groups as well as rising academic environments, and with private and public companies and organisations. We are committed to recruiting and retaining the highest quality researchers and staff to work in a culture that supports diversity and equality at all stages of employment, from recruitment to retirement, within a departmental atmosphere of ambition, mentoring and team spirit. The research performance of the department (volume, impact and excellence) is growing strongly, and we will continue this trend and aim to reach a global ranking of c. 50 by 2020 (NTU). The research focus is characterised within five areas by high growth, large impact and/or high societal significance: Climate & Environment; Water; Energy & Natural Resources; Deep Earth Systems; and Geochronology. The department’s world-class metal-free geochemical analytical facility will create new momentum for all our research areas and degree programmes, as well as enhancing interdisciplinary research and teaching as witnessed by the emerging co-operations with the fields of archaeology and health and medical science. Excellent research is strongly connected to talent development, and the department will actively attract talent and expand its support and mentoring of PhD students, postdocs and junior staff. This is articulated in the general recruitment and gender policy of the department. The department has strong links to other departments at Aarhus University, including the Department of Archaeology and the Department of Physics and Astronomy. School of Culture and Society At the School of Culture and Society the object of research and teaching is the interplay between culture and society in time and space:  - From the traditional disciplines of the humanities and theology to applied social research  - From Antiquity to the issues facing contemporary societies  - From familiar Danish cultural forms to other very different worlds  - From local questions to global challenges. The school’s goal is to produce compelling research with an international resonance, as well as offering teaching and talent development of high quality. The school has a broad cooperative interface with society, both in Denmark and abroad, and contributes to social innovation, research communication and further and continuing education. For a more detailed description of the School of Culture and Society, please see this website http://cas.au.dk/en/.   Qualification requirements Applicants should hold a PhD or equivalent academic qualifications. Formalities     Faculty of Arts refers to the Ministerial Order on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Danish Universities (the Appointment Order).     Appointment shall be in accordance with the collective labour agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations.     Further information on qualification requirements and job content may be found in the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff at Danish Universities .     Further information on the application and supplementary materials may be found in Applicant Guidelines.     The application must outline the applicant's motivation for applying for the position, attaching a curriculum vitae, a teaching portfolio, a complete list of published works, copies of degree certificates and no more than five examples of academic production. Please upload this material electronically along with your application. All interested candidates are encouraged to apply, regardless of their personal background. Deadline All applications must be made online and received by: 02.05.2017 Please apply online here Faculty of Arts The Faculty of Arts is one of four main academic areas at Aarhus University. The faculty contributes to Aarhus University's research, talent development, knowledge exchange and degree programmes. With its 500 academic staff members, 260 PhD students, 12,500 BA and MA students, and 2,500 students following continuing/further education programmes, the faculty constitutes a strong and diverse research and teaching environment. The Faculty of Arts consists of the School of Communication and Culture, the School of Culture and Society, the Danish School of Education, and the Centre for Teaching Development and Digital Media. Each of these units has strong academic environments and forms the basis for interdisciplinary research and education. The faculty's academic environments and degree programmes engage in international collaboration and share the common goal of contributing to the development of knowledge, welfare and culture in interaction with society. Read more at arts.au.dk/en Aarhus University is a modern, academically diverse and research-intensive university with a strong commitment to high-quality research and education and the development of society nationally and globally. The university offers an inspiring research and teaching environment to its 42,500 students and 11,500 employees, and has an annual budget of EUR 840 million. Over the course of the past decade, the university has consolidated its position in the top 100 on the most influential rankings of universities world-wide. Learn more at www.au.dk/en.    PhDkeinenein 
volontariatGermany:DESpeyerGenDir kult Erbe Rheinland Pfalz  Denkmalpflege1nein24Vollzeit40   2017-05-02 http://gdke-rlp.de/index.php?id=19302&tx_ttnews%5Byear%5D=2017&tx_ttnews%5Bmonth%5D=04&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=22139&cHash=e520b86925a2018aefc0153b3843998d In der Generaldirektion Kulturelles Erbe Rheinland-Pfalz (GDKE) – Direktion Landesarchäologie – Außenstelle Speyer wird zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt für die Dauer von zwei Jahren ein Volontariat eingerichtet. Dienstort ist Speyer. Die Vergütung entspricht 50 Prozent des Grundgehaltes der Entgeltgruppe E 13 Stufe 1 TV-L. Die Direktion Landesarchäologie, Außenstelle Speyer betreibt die Erforschung, Sicherung und Vermittlung archäologischer Denkmäler und Quellen im südlichen Rheinland-Pfalz. Kennzeichnend ist ein überaus hohes Fundaufkommen mit seinen regionaltypischen und landschaftsbildenden Prägungen wie die intensive Landwirtschaft und den Weinbau in der Pfalz. Mit dem Schwerpunkt Inventarisierung und Sammlungsbetreuung wird in der archäologischen Außenstelle Speyer in Kooperation mit der Stiftung Historisches Museum der Pfalz ein Volontariat eingerichtet. Unter der fachlichen Leitung wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter beider Häuser werden insbesondere die Bereiche Depotorganisation, EDV-Erfassung mit Standortverzeichnis sowie Inventarisation vermittelt. Gemeinsames Ziel der Kooperation ist neben der Erhaltung und Pflege des beweglichen archäologischen Fundgutes, die Inventarisierung archäologischer Objekte im Sammlungszentrum des HMP nach gemeinsam erarbeiteten Standards und Vorgaben. Weiterhin soll der Volontär/die Volontärin Unterstützung bei der wissenschaftlichen und praktischen Betreuung aller Interessengruppen am eingelagerten archäologischen Fundgutes übernehmen. Außerdem soll sie/er die Einführung des gleichen Erfassungssystems im Fundeingang der GDKE RP, Direktion Landesarchäologie, Außenstelle Speyer (LA-S) beratend begleiten. Während des Volontariats erhalten Sie zudem Einblick in die weiteren Aufgaben- und Tätigkeitsbereiche der Außenstelle Speyer sowie der Sachgebiete Finanzen, Organisation und Personal in der Stabsstelle Zentrale Verwaltung und Marketing. Für dieses Volontariat erwarten wir:     einen qualifizierten Hochschulabschluss mit Diplom oder Master in einem altertumswissenschaftlichen Fach, vorzugsweise Provinzialrömische / Klassische Archäologie oder Vor- und Frühgeschichte     Erfahrung mit archäologischen Grabungen, insbesondere Organisation und Verwaltung des Fundgutes     Erfahrung in Depotorganisation und -betrieb sowie Erfassung und Inventarisierung von Fundgut     ausgeprägtes Organisationstalent und betriebswirtschaftliches Denken     überdurchschnittliches Engagement und Belastbarkeit     Teamfähigkeit     Flexibilität und Zuverlässigkeit     gutes schriftliches und mündliches Ausdrucksvermögen     sicheren Umgang mit MS-Office, einfacher Bildbearbeitung und anderen Desktopanwendungen     Führerschein Klasse B bzw. 3 Die regelmäßige wöchentliche Arbeitszeit beträgt 40 Stunden. Die Stelle ist nicht Teilzeit geeignet. Im Rahmen des Landesgleichstellungsgesetzes streben wir eine Erhöhung des Frauenanteils an und sind an Bewerbungen von Frauen besonders interessiert. Schwerbehinderte Bewerberinnen und Bewerber werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Ihre schriftliche Bewerbung mit aussagekräftigen und vollständigen Unterlagen in Kopie senden Sie bitte unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 07/2017 bis zum 02.05.2017 an: Generaldirektion Kulturelles Erbe Rheinland-Pfalz Stabsstelle Zentrale Verwaltung und Marketing Sachgebiet Personal, Festung Ehrenbreitstein, 56077 Koblenz oder bewerbung(at)gdke.rlp.de Wir bitten, Bewerbungsunterlagen nicht in Mappen oder Hüllen und auch nur als unbeglaubigte Kopien vorzulegen, da die Unterlagen nicht zurückgesandt werden; sie werden nach Abschluss des Verfahrens vernichtet. Wünschen Sie die Rücksendung Ihrer Unterlagen, bitten wir einen ausreichend frankierten Rückumschlag beizufügen. Weitere Informationen zur GDKE Rheinland-Pfalz finden Sie auf der Internetpräsenz www.gdke.rlp.deMAwenigja 
wiss. referent/inGermany:DEXantenLVR  Museum/Vermittlung1nein24Vollzeit    2017-05-02 http://www.lvr.de/de/nav_main/derlvr/personal/stellenangebote/wissenschaftlicheberufekulturbereich/wiss_ref__992_03052017.jsp Der Landschaftsverband Rheinland sucht ab dem 01.08.2017 eine/einen Wissenschaftliche Referentin/ Wissenschaftlichen Referenten als wissenschaftliche Fundbearbeiterin/wissenschaftlichen Fundbearbeiter im LVR-Archäologischen Park Xanten/LVR-RömerMuseum. Der Dienstposten ist befristet für die Dauer von zwei Jahren und in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Der Landschaftsverband Rheinland (LVR) arbeitet als Kommunalverband mit rund 18.000 Beschäftigten für die 9,6 Millionen Menschen im Rheinland. Mit seinen 41 Schulen, zehn Kliniken, 19 Museen und Kultureinrichtungen, drei Heilpädagogischen Netzen, vier Jugendhilfeeinrichtungen und dem Landesjugendamt erfüllt er Aufgaben, die rheinlandweit wahrgenommen werden. Der LVR ist Deutschlands größter Leistungsträger für Menschen mit Behinderungen und engagiert sich für Inklusion in allen Lebensbereichen. „Qualität für Menschen“ ist sein Leitgedanke. Die 13 kreisfreien Städte und die zwölf Kreise im Rheinland sowie die StädteRegion Aachen sind die Mitgliedskörperschaften des LVR. In der Landschaftsversammlung Rheinland gestalten Politikerinnen und Politiker aus den rheinischen Kommunen die Arbeit des Verbandes. Der LVR-Archäologische Park Xanten mit dem dazugehörigen LVR-RömerMuseum ist eines der bedeutendsten Freilichtmuseen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland mit jährlich etwa 600.000 Besucherinnen und Besuchern. Ihre Aufgaben     Wissenschaftliche Bearbeitung und Publikation der Funde aus den Grabungen 1934-1993 im römischen Hafen der Colonia Ulpia Traiana Dazu gehören insbesondere:     Erfassung und wissenschaftliche Auswertung des Fundmaterials     Einarbeitung der Funddaten in die FAUST–Datenbank     Erstellung publikationsfähiger Manuskripte Ihr Profil Voraussetzung für die Besetzung:     Abgeschlossenes wissenschaftliches Hochschulstudium der Provinzialrömischen Archäologie     Bewerberinnen/Bewerber der Fachrichtungen Klassische Archäologie bzw. Vor- und Frühgeschichte werden berücksichtigt, insofern sie einen eindeutigen Forschungsschwerpunkt in der Provinzialrömischen Archäologie nachweisen. Wünschenswert sind:     Umfassende Erfahrungen mit der wissenschaftlichen Bearbeitung und Auswertung römischen Fundmaterials, insbesondere römischer Keramik     Gute Kenntnisse und Praxis in der Informationsverarbeitung     Organisatorisches Geschick     Teamfähigkeit     PKW-Führerschein Der Eignungs- und Befähigungsnachweis ist durch Vorlage aktueller dienstlicher Beurteilungen/Zeugnisse zu führen. Wir bieten Ihnen     Entgelt nach Entgeltgruppe 14 TVöD     Ein umfangreiches Fortbildungsangebot     Betriebliche Zusatzversorgung zur Alterssicherung im Tarifbereich     Als Mitglied im Unternehmensnetzwerk „Erfolgsfaktor Familie“ hat die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf für uns eine hohe Priorität. Wir bemühen uns um familienfreundliche Arbeitszeiten. Auch der mögliche Wunsch einer Teilzeitbeschäftigung sollte kein Hinderungsgrund sein. Haben Sie noch Fragen? Dann wenden Sie sich bitte an Herrn Dr. Zieling, Telefon: 02801 712-117. Er wird Ihnen gerne weiterhelfen. Allgemeine Informationen über den Landschaftsverband Rheinland finden Sie im Internet unter www.lvr.de. Allgemeine Informationen über den LVR-Archäologischen Park Xanten/LVR-RömerMuseum finden Sie im Internet unter www.apx.lvr.de. Der Bewerbung schwerbehinderter Frauen und Männer wird bei sonst gleicher Eignung der Vorzug gegeben. Wir freuen uns über Bewerbungen von Menschen mit Migrationshintergrund. Bitte bewerben Sie sich beim LVR-Fachbereich Personal und Organisation bis zum 02.05.2017 online Referenzcode: K1438BAwenigjaAchtung: 'abgeschlossenes Studium' kann auch MA bedeuten
phd studentshopUnited Kingdom:GBBournemouthBournemouth Univ.  Stipendien1nein36Vollzeit 1611916119 2017-05-01 https://www1.bournemouth.ac.uk/study/courses/phd-studentship-understanding-early-neolithic-communities-anatolia PhD Studentship - Understanding early Neolithic communities in Anatolia: using small vertebrates to inform on the palaeoenvironmental and social conditions during the transition from mobile hunter-gatherers to settled farmers The Neolithic in the Near East is a critical period in human history; it was during this time that people made the transition from living in small hunter-gatherer groups, occupying temporary camps, to fully fledged agriculturalists living in large sedentary communities. This project will use microfauna from three archaeological sites to increase our understanding of the environmental and social conditions that prevailed during this transition in Anatolia.  These sites are:     Pınarbaşı-a seasonally occupied rockshelter (c. 8600-8100 BC & 6500-6000 BC)     Boncuklu- an early village settlement (c. 8500-7500 BC)     Çatalhöyük- a large urban settlement (c. 7100-5700 BC). This is a fully-funded PhD studentship which includes a stipend of £14,000 each year to support your living costs. Key information Next start date: September 2017 Location: Bournemouth University, Talbot Campus Duration: 36 months Entry requirements: Preferably a 1st class honours degree and/or a relevant Master's degree with distinction or equivalent Grade Point Average. If English is not your first language you'll need IELTS 6.5 (Academic) or above. Applicants must be willing to travel to Turkey (security permitting) to analyse the assemblage from Çatalhöyük and assist with sample processing and sorting at Boncuklu. The closing date for applications is 1 May 2017.MAkeineneinfluent in english willing to travel to Turkey
cultural heritage team managerUnited Kingdom:GBBakewellPeak District Nat. Park Auth.  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit373626939393 2017-05-01 https://jobs.derbyshire.gov.uk/peakdistrict/jobdetails.asp?jobid=54441 Cultural Heritage Team Manager Ref: PDC/17/4626 Salary Details: £30,785 to £33,437 per annum Job Term: Full Time Appointment Type: Permanent Hours: 37 hours per week Location: Aldern House, Bakewell Department: Peak District National Park Authority Division: Landscape & Conservation The Peak District National Park Authority is looking for self-motivated individual, with a demonstrable and successful track-record in cultural heritage management, who is passionate about helping to shape a better future for the National Park’s cultural heritage (archaeology, listed buildings, conservation areas, trees and woodlands). The role will involve leading a team of specialists including archaeologists, conservation officers, tree officers and technical support. You will be the lead specialist for cultural heritage and be responsible for the team budget, outputs, managing team staff, contractors and volunteers to ensure the delivery of corporate objectives and KPIs.  The ability to motivate others, lead by example and generate enthusiasm will be essential for the successful delivery of the role and the future development of the team. Closing date: 01 May 2017 Provisional interview date: 11 or 18 May 2017 Continued Overleaf PERSON SPECIFICATION Job Title: Team Manager – Cultural Heritage Scale: J Service: Landscape and Conservation Date: March 2017 TECHNICAL/PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Essential/ Desirable Assessment Method App = Application Form P = Presentation S = Scenario based Exercise I = Interview Q/C = Qualification/Certificates a) Education to degree level or equivalent in an appropriate cultural heritage or environment based subject Essential Q/C b) Relevant postgraduate qualification Desirable Q/C c) Membership of an appropriate professional institute, related to cultural heritage Desirable Q/C d) Proven record of managing people and resources, service and budget planning. Be able to demonstrate a sound knowledge of the operating environment for cultural heritage at national, regional and Peak District levels and keen business acumen to support future business development. Essential App, P and interview e) Experience in a cultural heritage role and evidence of continuing professional development. Ability to act as the Authority Expert on cultural heritage, representing the Authority in both formal and informal settings and to represent the Authority amongst the peer group Essential App, P and interview f) Experience of securing funding, particularly external funding, and organising and assisting in research and projects. Essential App, P and interview g) Knowledge of the external environment that the National Park Authority operates in, including knowledge of current relevant legislation and guidance and the potential impact of government policies and practices and other initiatives on the National Park. Essential App, P and interview h) Experience of working with communities, statutory bodies and other stakeholder groups Essential APP, P and interview i) An understanding of sustainability and key environmental concepts with particular reference to cultural heritage including trees and woodlands Essential APP, P and interview j) IT skills Essential APP and interview k) Strong communication, advocacy and influencing skills Essential APP, P and interview l) Project management skills and experience Desirable App and interview m) Proven ability to evaluate the quality of service provision and implement improvement initiatives. Essential App, P and interview n) Demonstrate an ability to lead people; inspiring and engaging employees and external stakeholders, by clearly communicating the direction of travel and organisational aims Essential App, P and interview o) Experience of coaching, training and mentoring staff Essential App and interview p) Demonstrate an ability to understand and anticipate internal and external customer needs Essential App, P and interview q) Willingness to work collaboratively with colleagues beyond own area of the business to achieve the Corporate Strategy and Corporate KPI’s Essential App and interview r) Ability to act as a Role Model. Demonstrating the behaviours and attributes necessary create a performance driven organisation which fosters a culture of personal accountability and development Essential App and interview t) Commitment to making an open minded, courageous, honest and respectful contribution to the Authority’s work Essential App and interview COMPETENCY REQUIREMENT: Strategic Direction: This competency is about developing and working within the strategy of the PDNPA. It includes:  Developing the strategy and translating strategy into workable action plans and objectives  Monitoring progress and identifying risks to achievement of plans  Organising and delivering work within agreed Interview Level: 3 plans  Understanding how own work programme meets corporate objectives through the “Golden Thread” and delivering accordingly. Working Effectively: This competency relates to:  Taking responsibility for own actions and decisions  Working to quality standards  Working effectively within resources Interview Level: 3 Working Together: This competency is about:  Building relationships, whether internally or externally.  Having sufficient knowledge about the Authority to support collaborative working Interview Level: 3 Communicating: This competency relates to:  The skill demonstrated in communicating with others verbally or in writing.  Representing the Authority. Interview Level: 3 Continuous Improvement: This competency is about continuous improvement including:  Demonstrating initiative and innovation  Responsiveness to change  Sharing knowledge Interview Level: 3 Serving our Customers: This competency covers internal and external customer service, including:  Responsiveness to customers  Identifying and resolving customer service issues  Developing better services/products Interview Level: 3 Developing Self and Others: This competency covers:  Self-development  Development of others  Improving performance through coaching and feedback. Interview Level: 3 OTHER: a) Current driving licenceMALeitung1ja 
research associateUnited Kingdom:GBLeicesterUniv. of Leicester  Lehre und Forschung1nein12Vollzeit 3867538675 2017-04-30 https://ig5.i-grasp.com/fe/tpl_UniversityOfLeicester01.asp?s=4A515F4E5A565B1A&jobid=98879,8748837223&key=122704907&c=88791265725659&pagestamp=sefguqimuwcecgmpti Research Associate on Endangered Archaeology Project Ref     SAH00226 Department     Archaeology and Ancient History Job Type     Research Specific Location     Contract Type     Full Time Fixed Term Contract Salary Range     .     Job Purpose Ref: SAH00226 Salary Grade 7 - £32,958 per annum Fixed term contract for 1 year on a full time basis (available from June 2017) Applications are invited for a Research Associate to join the Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa (EAMENA) project in the Department of Archaeology at the University of Durham. The position is externally funded by the Cultural Protection Fund, administered by the British Council. The Leicester director is Professor David Mattingly. You will be a member of a University of Leicester research group that is collaborating in the EAMENA project with archaeologists at the University of Oxford and University of Durham. The main responsibilities of the post involve the creation of key datasets within the Endangered Archaeology framework specific to the national archaeological services of Libya and Tunisia. This will involve compilation of data from published surveys and site gazetteers, creation of lists of key sites for each country and a watch list of 250-300 sites representative of the region’s heritage. The role will also involve supporting the Training Manager at Leicester in the development of a country-based heritage platform (HER) based on the EAMENA database. In addition you will contribute to the general work of the EAMENA project: interpretation of satellite imagery and aerial photographs, creation of new site records, data management (using standard terminology and data input), analysis and archaeological research in support of the aims of the Endangered Archaeology project covering Libya and Tunisia. You will act as a key liaison between the national archaeological services of Libya and Tunisia and the EAMENA project, working with team members and training staff to promote and facilitate the potential adoption of a country-based heritage platform (HER) based on the EAMENA database. You will provide guidance to junior members of the research group including research assistants, PhD students, and/or project volunteers. Applicants must have a doctorate in Archaeology or a related and relevant subject (or significant professional experience of equivalent value) together with experience in or knowledge of North Africa and/or the Middle East.  You will have experience of organising and delivering training events, teaching, workshops or conferences and be a good communicator and organizer. Applicants should also possess specialist knowledge in archaeological survey techniques, especially image interpretation and site record creation. Additional information about the project is available at http://eamena.arch.ox.ac.uk. Informal enquiries are welcome and should be made to Professor David Mattingly on djm7@le.ac.uk or 0116 252 2610. The closing date for this post is midnight on 30 April 2017. Interviews will be held during the week beginning 15 May 2017.   Job Summary Version Number: 1 Page 1 of 4 Date of Issue: 28/03/2017 Job Title: Research Associate Grade: 7 Salary: £32,958 per annum Department: Archeology and Ancient History Contract: Fixed term contract for 1 year, Full-time Job Reference: SAH00226 Role Purpose You will undertake research and related administration and other activities supporting the work of a project entitled ‘Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa’ which is funded by the British Council Cultural Protection Fund. The broader project is searching for and recording significant archaeological sites in the Middle East and North Africa (from Mauretania to Iran), using satellite imagery and aerial photography, in order to aid understanding for their future protection and management. Reporting to Professor Mattingly, you will be a member of the University of Leicester project group that is collaborating in the Endangered Archaeology project with archaeologists at the University of Oxford and University of Durham. The main responsibilities of the post involve the creation of key datasets within the Endangered Archaeology framework specific to the national archaeological services of Libya and Tunisia. This will involve compilation of data from published surveys and site gazetteers, creation of lists of key sites for each country and a watch list of 250-300 sites representative of the region’s heritage. It will also involve supporting the Training Manager at Leicester in the development of a country-based heritage platform (HER) based on the EAMENA database. In addition you will contribute to the general work of the EAMENA project: interpretation of satellite imagery and aerial photographs, creation of new site records, data management (using standard terminology and data input), analysis and archaeological research in support of the aims of the Endangered Archaeology project covering Libya and Tunisia. Principal Responsibilities % Time Research and Project Coordination • Liaise with and support trainees and staff from the partner heritage organisations in Libya and Tunisia • Support the Training Manager in the development of an HER based on the EAMENA platform 95% Job Summary Version Number: 1 Page 2 of 4 Date of Issue: 28/03/2017 • Manage own work programme (within defined objectives) for the interpretation of satellite imagery and aerial photography for selected areas of North Africa; record creation using standard terminology to a specified database • Undertake analysis and research on the most significant and most typical archaeological sites in Libya and Tunisia in terms of distribution, period, archaeological significance, assessment of threats and potential threats. Oversee finding solutions for the future management of these threats using the EAMENA database/HER and potential future management strategies for the most significant sites • Adapt existing and develop new archaeological and technological research methodologies and materials for training • Co-ordinate aspects of work to meet deadlines and contribute to the overall management of the project • Manage academic research and administrative activities. • Analyse qualitative and/or quantitative data from a variety of sources, reviewing and refining theories as appropriate • Collaborate in the preparation of research publications, and book chapters • Present papers at conferences or public meetings • Act as a source of information, guidance and advice to other members of the group on methodologies or procedures • Represent the research group at external meetings/seminars, either with other members of the group or alone Administration and Other Activities • To undertake such specific departmental roles and administrative duties as may be reasonably required by the Project Leader. • To participate in relevant professional activities. • To engage in continuous professional development, for example though participation in relevant staff development programmes. • To ensure compliance with health and safety requirements in all aspects of work. 5% Internal and External Relationships It is expected that you will be available for regular contact (including by email) with other team members in Leicester, Oxford and Durham. Planning and Organising Effective planning and organising of group activities for the months ahead to ensure the effective use of resources and compliance with regulations. Respond to new pressures and adjust priorities as needed. Job Summary Version Number: 1 Page 3 of 4 Date of Issue: 28/03/2017 Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience Essential • Hold a PhD/D.Phil. in Archaeology (or a related and relevant subject or significant professional experience of equivalent value) or have submitted a thesis at this level, ideally with relevant knowledge of or experience in Libya or Tunisia • Willing and able to travel to, and spend time in, relevant MENA countries as required • Possess sufficient specialist knowledge in archaeological survey techniques, especially image interpretation and site record creation to work within established archaeological research programmes, and specifically in North Africa. • Possess sufficient specialist knowledge in the creation and management of complex archaeological and heritage datasets and/or the use of CIDOC/CRM. • Ability to manage own academic research and associated activities • Ability to contribute ideas for new research projects and research income generation Desirable • Experience of independently managing a discrete area of a research project • Experience of actively collaborating in the development of research articles for publication • Experience of the use of GIS systems, e.g. ArcMap. • Experience of coding, preferably in Python and/or Javascript; or a willingness to develop these skills Skills, Abilities and Competencies Essential • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to write good English text for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings • Good interpersonal skills • Excellent team working skills and flexibility Desirable • Good ability to use Microsoft Office (Word, Powerpoint, Excel) and the Internet *Criteria to be used in shortlisting candidates for interview Job Summary Version Number: 1 Page 4 of 4 Date of Issue: 28/03/2017 Equality and Diversity The University of Leicester is committed to positively advancing equality of opportunity. We participate in a number of equalities initiatives which celebrate good employment practice for the advancement of diversity and equality. These include the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index, the Race Equality Charter and Athena Swan (for which we are currently Bronze award holders). We are proud to be selected as one of only ten Universities internationally to be an impact champion for HeForShe, a global solidarity movement for gender equality. We also have a number of staff equality fora who champion the advancement of equalities for diverse groups. To find out more please visit the Equalities webpage. Staff Benefits • 38 days annual leave including closure days and bank holidays • Pension • Discounted gym membership • Childcare voucher schemesPhDAnfängernein 
trainee consultantUnited Kingdom:GBLondonMOLA  Sonstiges1nein6Vollzeit382315026508 2017-04-30 http://www.mola.org.uk/trainee-consultant-assessment-team-london Trainee Consultant (Assessment Team) - London We are looking to recruit a trainee archaeological consultant within the MOLA Developer Services Assessments Team to contribute to the preparation of desk-based historic environment assessments. The successful applicants will be required to undertake intensive and demanding on-the-job training during the six month contract. This training will provide foundations on which to develop skills in heritage consultancy work.  The contract may be extended, depending on future workload and successful completion of training.  Similarly, we will seek to engage those applicants who meet the standard but who are not successful on this occasion should further vacancies become available. The following criteria are essential:     Degree in Archaeology or equivalent     Good understanding of the archaeology of London and southern Britain     Excellent communication skills both written and oral     Ability to pick up complex programmes, such as GIS, quickly with little basic training     Highly motivated     Willing to learn The following criteria are desirable:     Experience in the preparation of desk-based assessments     Experience in the preparation of environmental impact assessments     Use of ArcGIS     Understanding of health and safety, town planning and other legislation relating to archaeology     Understanding of construction processes     Archaeological fieldwork experience 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), pro-rata, rising based on service length     Company pension scheme     Free health care cash plan (including dependent children)     Subsidy for relevant professional memberships     Cycle Scheme     Childcare vouchers     Season interest-free travel loan     Free access to many of London’s museums and galleries (excluding ticketed events)     Subsidised CIfA Subscriptions MOLA have a policy of mentoring and training for staff at all levels in order to develop individual capability and enhance career prospects. For more information and to apply, please refer to the application documents below which include the application form and job description. Applications without an application form will not be considered.  Please state clearly on your application form which position you are applying for. The closing date for applications is Sunday 30th April at 23:59. Please send all applications to HR@mola.org.uk. Please note: Early applications are advised as interviews will be held throughout the application process.  The details of applicants who are unsuccessful may be kept on record should future opportunities arise: please state in your application if you do not wish to be contacted in future and we will remove your details at the end of this recruitment process. All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement. Job Description Job Title Trainee Consultant (Assessment Team) Department MOLA Planning Services Grade MOLA Pay Band 3.2 Hours 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday. Flexibility of working hours may be required up to 40 hours per week. Location MOLA office at Mortimer Wheeler House, clients’ offices, and MOLA sites as required Duration Six months with possibility of extension (subject to performance and workload) Responsible to Lead Consultant, Archaeology Responsible for Other project staff and placement students if required Overall Job Purpose To contribute to the preparation of desk-based assessments and other project documentation, under the close supervision of the Lead Consultant and Senior Archaeologists. Key Result areas  To work in accordance with the requirements of the MOLA Health and Safety Policy  To research and prepare desk-based assessment reports and in accordance with MOLA procedures and standards. This will be carried out under close supervision by the Lead Consultant and other team members  To assess archaeological potential and significance and draft mitigation strategies  To draft client reports to an appropriate academic standard in accordance with MOLA procedures and standards  To undertake such other duties as agreed with the line manager, commensurate with the level and scope of the post, that may be necessary from time to time Special Circumstances The post requires high levels of screen and keyboard work. NB This job description should not be taken as an exhaustive description of the role and is, rather, indicative of the types of responsibility covered by this job. Post holders will be required to carry out such other work as is required by MOLA as long as this is reasonable and commensurate with the nature of the post held. Last updated: April 2017 Person Specification Essential Assess. Method Desirable Assess. Method Qualifications Degree in Archaeology or equivalent AF Professional membership of a related body Experience & Knowledge Experience of Microsoft Word at an intermediate level AF Demonstrable experience working in an office environment AF Good understanding of the archaeology of London and southern Britain AF Experience in the preparation of desk-based assessments AF Experience in the preparation of environmental impact assessments AF Use of ArcGIS AF Understanding of construction processes AF/I Understanding of health and safety, town planning and other legislation relating to archaeology AF Knowledge of historic buildings AF Previous experience working with Assessment Team AF Archaeological fieldwork experience AF Skills Excellent communication skills both written and oral AF/I/T Excellent prioritisation/organisational skills AF Ability to work under pressure and to tight timescales. AF/I Highly motivated AF/I Willingness to learn AF/I Ability to pick up complex programmes, such as GIS, quickly with little basic training. AF An understanding of diversity and how it relates to the role AF Assessment Method Code: AF – Application Form I – Interview T - TestBAwenignein 
projects managerUnited Kingdom:GBKirkwallOrkney islands council  Denkmalpflege1nein20Vollzeit354417046708 2017-04-30 https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/orkney-islands-council/jobs/senior-projects-manager-uhi-orkney-college-78227 Senior Projects Manager, UHI, Orkney College Favourite Orkney Islands Council Ref no:     ORK01628 Closes:     Sunday, 23rd April 2017 Published:     Friday, 7th April 2017 Location:     Orkney College, East Road, Kirkwall, Orkney Salary:     £35,494 - £37,648 per year Pro Rata Hours:     35.00 hours per week Contract Type:     Temporary Position Type:     Full Time Organisation:     Orkney Islands Council Category:     Education Sub-category:     Business / Commercial Development Advert EDUCATION, LEISURE AND HOUSING Lifelong Learning & Inclusion Orkney College UHI Senior Projects Manager – Orkney Research Centre for Archaeology (ORCA and ORCA Marine) 35 hours per week Temporary for a period up to 31 January 2019 in the first instance (with potential for extension) £37,492 - £39,646 (including Distant Islands Allowance) An exciting opportunity has become available to work in the dynamic environment of ORCA archaeology projects unit, which wishes to appoint a replacement Senior Project Manager to be responsible for the inception and strategic management of ORCA’s commercial, outreach and grant-funded activity. ORCA is a highly active archaeology projects unit housed within Orkney College, part of the University of the Highlands and Islands. The unit provides a wide range of land-based and marine archaeological services in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland region and beyond (http://www.orca-archaeology.org/). The post holder is required to deliver archaeological contract services from project initiation to publication, and will have overall responsibility for the management of ORCA staff in all aspects of their work and professional development. The successful applicant will manage all aspects of ORCA’s work and be responsible for the overall initiation, planning, control, management, co-ordination and safe implementation of a wide variety of projects, with funding from a diverse range of sources. Therefore, candidates will be able to demonstrate a proven track record of managing archaeological projects, and of delivering timely, cost-effective projects of the highest professional standards. The successful applicant will be energetic and dynamic, driving business development and initiatives, with a desire to develop new areas of work and extend ORCA’s client base. Applicants must hold an Honours Degree in Archaeology or equivalent, and be a Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists, or an equivalent level of experience and a willingness to join. The successful applicant will be required to travel efficiently and effectively between various work locations to meet the operational requirements of the Service. This post is subject to membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme in respect of regulated work with children. Prospective applicants for this exciting opportunity are invited to discuss the post by contacting Jane Downes, Director of the UHI Archaeology Institute on 01856 569320 or Paul Sharman, Senior Project Manager, ORCA/ORCA Marine on 01856 569346. It is anticipated that interviews will be held as soon as possible after the closing date for applications. Closing Date: Sunday 30 April 2017 Please note that interview/resettlement expenses will be paid for this post. - See more at: https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/orkney-islands-council/jobs/senior-projects-manager-uhi-orkney-college-78227#sthash.QPkyRWRw.dpufMALeitung1jaCIfA membership
project supervisorUnited Kingdom:GBCambridgeshireMolaHeadlandInfrastructure  Feldforschung1nein15Vollzeit482640726407 2017-04-28 http://molaheadland.com/project/project-specific-supervisor/ PROJECT SPECIFIC SUPERVISOR PAY: £22,500 CONTRACT TYPE: Temporary contract to 31st March 2018 LOCATION: Cambridgeshire The Role We expect to recruit applicants for start dates in February and March. We are looking for supervisors to join the growing team working on the A14 improvement scheme. This is a fantastic opportunity to be involved in one of the country’s largest archaeological projects. The scheme explores significant archaeological remains spanning the Neolithic to Saxon periods. If successful, you will provide first level supervision of small teams of four to five archaeologists and carry out machine watching under the overall guidance of a senior supervisor or project officer. You will also carry out associated administrative duties and any other allocated tasks suitable to the role. The following criteria are essential:     Degree level education in a relevant subject or substantial practical experience     Driving licence and willingness to drive company vehicles     Substantial archaeological field work experience on sites of various periods and types     Experience and understanding of UK commercial archaeology     Ability to carry out prolonged manual work in an outdoor environment in all weather     Good organisational skills     Ability to use own initiative The following criteria are desirable:     Supervision of archaeological projects     Archaeological supervision of excavating machines     Experience in managing small to medium sized teams     Use of Microsoft Office packages Employee Benefits:     Pay progression on project anniversaries     28 days annual leave (including bank holidays), pro-rata     Transport assistance from assembly hub in Bedford and Cambridge     Assistance if needed for the first 2 weeks in support of temporary accommodation while searching for a new home base     Company pension scheme     Access to promotion/ transfer opportunities within MOLA and Headland     Access to Cycle Scheme and Childcare vouchers     Additional pay available to drivers (company vehicles are provided for transport of staff from Bedford and Cambridge subject to having sufficient drivers) Please download a job description and application form to apply. Applications without an application form will not be considered. Applications should be submitted electronically to recruitment@molaheadland.com. While everyone recruited will have common contracts, the employer will be either Headland or MOLA.  Successful applicants will be assigned to one organisation for management of HR issues. All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement. Job Description Job Title:    Project Specific Supervisor MOLA Headland Infrastructure is an ambitious archaeological consortium with long term prospects for infrastructure work throughout the UK Salary:    £22,500 Hours:    37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday.   Up to 40 or 48 hours may be required for nominated work packages including weekends Location:    Assigned project-specific work site Duration:    Fixed term contract (duration as specified in role advert) Responsible to:    Senior Supervisor and any other member of the management team as appropriate Responsible for:    Up to 4-5 Archaeologists if required, other project staff and volunteers Machine Watching Overall Job Purpose:    To provide first level supervision of small teams and to machine-watch under the overall guidance of a senior supervisor or project officer.  To carry out associated administrative duties and any other allocated tasks suitable to the role Key Result areas:    •    To work in accordance with the requirements of the relevant Health and Safety Policy •    To supervise small excavation areas and ensure that the work done is consistent with the brief, project control documents and the MHI training manual guidance •    To ensure the records generated by your team are appropriate, accurate and compliant with all relevant standards •    To drive company vehicles and when required transport colleagues and equipment within the project work are •    To support senior supervisors and the wider project management team in delivering projects on time, to budget and safely  •    To contribute to and support positive morale within teams •    To be professional and polite at all times and to uphold the standards, values and reputation of MOLA Headland Infrastructure in all team, client and public interactions Special Circumstances:    Physically demanding work on outdoor sites Continuous Professional Development     We are committed to supporting and providing CPD for successful candidates. We expect all employees to undertake available training and research to enhance personal knowledge, skills and experience This job description should not be taken as an exhaustive description of the role, and is rather indicative of the types of responsibility covered by this job.  The employer reserves the rights to make reasonable changes as are necessary commensurate with the nature of the post held.   Person Specification     Essential    Desirable Qualifications               Degree level education in a relevant subject or substantial practical experience        Holder of current CSCS card         Driving licence and willingness to drive company vehicles    Experience & Knowledge            Ability to carry out prolonged manual work in an outdoor environment in all weather    Supervision of archaeological projects     Substantial archaeological field work experience on sites of various periods and types    Archaeological supervision of excavating machines     Experience and understanding of UK commercial archaeology    Experience in managing small to medium sized teams         Use of Microsoft Office packages Skills / Abilities / Competencies            Good organisational skills        Ability to work under pressure        Ability to use own initiative        Good communication skills        Ability to work positively as part of team        An understanding and appreciation of diversity in the workplace        As the post will  monitor machine stripping to the required depth in isolated locations the ability to use initiative is essential   BAerfahrenjacscs card, willingness to drive company vehicles
archaeologistUnited Kingdom:GBCambridgeshireMolaHeadlandInfrastructure  Feldforschung1nein15Vollzeit482347223472 2017-04-28 http://molaheadland.com/careers/ http://molaheadland.com/project/project-specific-archaeologist/ PROJECT SPECIFIC ARCHAEOLOGIST PAY: £20,000 CONTRACT TYPE: Temporary contract to 31st March 2018 LOCATION: Cambridgeshire The Role We expect to recruit applicants for start dates in February and March. Applicants should ideally have at least three months UK commercial archaeology experience and linear infrastructure experience would be especially beneficial. Relevant European commercial experience will also be considered and we welcome applications from EU Citizens. Candidates should demonstrate an ability to work well within large teams and have a flexible approach to deployment. CSCS card holders are preferred but we can arrange and pay for the test if necessary. Note – the test stations are exclusively in the UK. Applications will be reviewed on receipt and immediate start dates are available for the right individuals. Employee Benefits:     Pay progression on project anniversaries     28 days annual leave (including bank holidays), pro-rata     Transport assistance from assembly hubs in Bedford and Cambridge     Assistance if needed for the first 2 weeks in support of temporary accommodation while searching for a new home base     Company pension scheme     Access to promotion/ transfer opportunities within MOLA and Headland     Access to Cycle Scheme and Childcare vouchers     Additional pay available to drivers (company vehicles are provided for transport of staff from Bedford and Cambridge subject to having sufficient drivers) Please download a job description and application form to apply. Applications without an application form will not be considered. Applications should be submitted electronically to recruitment@molaheadland.com. While everyone recruited will have common contracts, the employer will be either Headland or MOLA. Successful applicants will be assigned to one organisation for management of HR issues. All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement. Job Description Job Title:    Project Specific Archaeologist MOLA Headland Infrastructure is an ambitious archaeological consortium with long term prospects for infrastructure work throughout the UK Salary:    £20,000 Hours:    37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday.   Up to 40 or 48 hours may be required for nominated work packages including weekends Location:    Assigned project-specific work site Duration:    Fixed term contract (duration as specified in role advert) Responsible to:    Site Supervisor and any other member of the management team as appropriate Responsible for:    Other Archaeologists if required, other project staff and volunteers Overall Job Purpose:    To carry out archaeological excavation and recording of designated features/areas of larger sites to the required standard. To provide project support to the team leader and undertake post-excavation tasks as required.  Any other task deemed suitable to the role Key Result areas:    •    To work in accordance with the requirements of the relevant Health and Safety Policy •    To hand excavate all types of archaeological features in accordance with project procedures and standards •    To make digital, written and drawn records of archaeological features •    To complete and maintain archaeological indices during projects •    To drive company vehicles and when required transport colleagues and equipment within the project work are •    To assist in the preparation of site archives including record checking, data entry, basic site cross referencing and prescribed elements of archaeological reports •    To undertake finds and environmental processing work •    To contribute to and support positive morale within teams •    To be professional and polite at all times and to uphold the standards, values and reputation of MOLA Headland Infrastructure in all team, client and public interactions •    Other duties appropriate to the post as may be required Special Circumstances:    Physically demanding work on sites Continuous Professional Development     We are committed to supporting and providing CPD for successful candidates. We expect all employees to undertake available training and research to enhance personal knowledge, skills and experience This job description should not be taken as an exhaustive description of the role, and is rather indicative of the types of responsibility covered by this job.  The employer reserves the rights to make reasonable changes as are necessary commensurate with the nature of the post held.   Person Specification     Essential    Desirable Qualifications               Interest and knowledge in archaeology    Degree in archaeology or equivalent experience     Willingness to rapidly undertake the CSCS card test    Construction Safety Certification Scheme card or equivalent         Driving licence and willingness to drive company vehicles Experience & Knowledge            Ability to carry out prolonged manual work in an outdoor environment in all weather    Experience of commercial archaeological fieldwork     Use of or knowledge of archaeological recording systems    Working in an urban construction environment     Experience of archaeological fieldwork in the UK    Working in a rural or pipeline construction environment         Working in an office environment         Use of Microsoft Office packages Skills / Abilities / Competencies            Good organisational skills    Ability to work without close supervision     Ability to work under pressure        Ability to use own initiative        Good communication skills        Ability to work positively as part of team        An understanding and appreciation of diversity in the workplace   BAwenigjacscs card or willingness to obtain one willingness to drive company vehicles
datenerfasser/in GrabungsdokumentationGermany:DEFreiburgRegierungspräs. Stuttgart  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit    2017-04-28 https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 04.04.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0276 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Abt. 8 - Landesamt für Denkmalpflege – ist im Re-ferat 84.2 (Archäologische Denkmalpflege: Regionale Archäologie, Schwerpunkte, Inven-tarisation) ab sofort eine unbefristete Stelle als Datenerfasser/in Grabungsdokumentation und Grabungsgrafik in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Freiburg. Die Aufgaben umfassen: - Erstellung von Grabungsplänen - grafische Aufbereitung digitaler Grabungspläne. - Layout und Aufbereitung für druckreife Vorlagen (Fotos, Pläne etc.) - Datenverwaltung und -ablage Erwartet wird die Fähigkeit, im Team zu arbeiten und Erfahrung im Umgang mit EDV ba-sierten Grafikdaten. Von Vorteil sind Erfahrungen in der Mitarbeit und bei der Datenerhe-bung auf archäologischen Ausgrabungen. Weiterhin werden gute Kenntnisse im Umgang mit Bildbearbeitungssoftware und Grafikprogrammen sowie sehr gute Kenntnisse im Ein-satz von Bürosoftware. Erfahrungen im Umgang mit GIS Software ist von Vorteil. Wir suchen eine flexible, kreative Persönlichkeit. Die Fähigkeit zur selbstständigen Arbeit und die Bereitschaft zu Fort- und Weiterbildung sind erforderlich. Die Beschäftigung richtet sich nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Län-der (TV-L). Die Vergütung erfolgt bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraus-setzungen in Entgeltgruppe 6 TV-L. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Frauen werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufgefor-dert. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu der Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Dr. Bofinger (Tel. 0711/90445146; joerg.bofinger@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7044 bis spätestens 28.04.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden.keinewenignein 
datenerfasser/in facharchiv arch. denkmalpflegeGermany:DEEsslingenRegierungspräs. Stuttgart  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit40   2017-04-28 https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 05.04.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0278 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Landesamt für Denkmalpflege, Referat 84.1 – Ar-chäologische Denkmalpflege: Grundsatz, Leitlinien, Denkmalforschung – ist baldmöglichst eine unbefristete Stelle als als Datenerfasser/in für das Facharchiv der archäologischen Denkmalpflege in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Esslingen am Neckar. Im Wesentlichen sind folgende Aufgaben wahrzunehmen: • Datenverwaltung und –ablage • Betreuung des Grabungsdokumentationsarchivs • Betreuung und Pflege des Ortsarchivs der Archäologischen Denkmalpflege • Digitalisierung unterschiedlichster archäologischer Fachdaten zur Einbindung in das Fachinformationssystem der Denkmalpflege Vorausgesetzt wird Erfahrung im Umgang mit EDV basierten Archivanwendungen und gute Kenntnis gängiger Office-, Grafik- und Bildbearbeitungssoftwares. Auch Erfahrungen im Umgang mit GIS Software und Grundkenntnisse der Arbeitsweise der archäologischen Denkmalpflege sind von Vorteil. Es wird eine flexible, kreative und teamfähige Persönlichkeit gesucht. Eine selbstständige Arbeitsweise, die Bereitschaft zu Fort- und Weiterbildung und die Fähigkeit des Erkennens von Sachzusammenhängen werden erwartet. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Länder (TV-L), bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraussetzungen in der Entgeltgruppe 6. Die wöchentliche Arbeitszeit beträgt 39,5 Stunden. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Frauen werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufgefor-dert. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu dieser Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Dr. Günther Wieland (Tel. 0711/ 904 45 103, guenther.wieland@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7040 bis spätestens 28.04.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden.keinewenignein 
technische Assistenz ArchäobotanikGermany:DEGaienhofen HemmenhofenRegierungspräsidium Stuttgart  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit40   2017-04-28 https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Dienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit TiefgarageDienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit Tiefgarage REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG, VERWALTUNG UND BEVÖLKERUNGSSCHUTZ Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 30.03.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 /0271 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Landesamt für Denkmalpflege, Referat 84.1 – Ar-chäologische Denkmalpflege: Grundsatz, Leitlinien, Denkmalforschung - ist baldmöglichst eine unbefristete Stelle in Vollzeit als Technische Assistentin / Technischer Assistent im Labor für Archäobotanik zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Gaienhofen-Hemmenhofen. Das Aufgabengebiet: Das Aufgabengebiet umfasst insbesondere die Beprobung von Bohrkernen, Aufbereiten von archäologischen Bodenproben, Auslesen und Vorsortieren von pflanzlichen Großres-ten, Mitwirkung bei der Feldarbeit (Bohrungen, Erstversorgung, Vorbereiten des techni-schen Equipments und dessen Instandhaltung), Erfassung und Archivierung von Daten in den Datenbanken des Labors, technische Betreuung und Pflege der Laborgeräte und Ein-richtungen (auch EDV). Anforderungsprofil: Voraussetzung für die Tätigkeit sind eine abgeschlossene Berufsausbildung, bevorzugt als technischer Assistent oder im mathematisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Bereich, gute Kennt-nisse in Chemie/Biologie, gute EDV-Kenntnisse, u.a. im Bereich Datenbanken/Statistik sowie ein Führerschein der Klasse 3. Die Aufgabe erfordert selbständiges und eigenver-antwortliches Arbeiten, rasche Auffassungsgabe, gute Kommunikations- und Teamfähig-keit, technisches Verständnis und Organisationstalent. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Länder (TV-L), bei Vorliegen aller Voraussetzungen in der Entgeltgruppe 6. Die wöchentliche Arbeitszeit beträgt 39,5 Stunden. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Frauen werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufgefordert. Schwerbehinderte Bewer-ber/innen werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu dieser Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Dr. Günther Wieland (Tel. 0711-90445-103, guenther.wieland@rps.bwl.de). Ihre Bewerbung mit den üblichen Unterlagen richten Sie bitte bis 28.04.2017 unter Anga-be des AZ: 12-0305.3-1-8/0271 an das Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Referat 12, Sach-gebiet 2, z. Hd. Frau Kröner, Ruppmannstraße 21, 70565 Stuttgart. Wir bitten um Verständnis, dass wir aus Verwaltungs- und Kostengründen die Bewer-bungsunterlagen leider nicht zurücksenden können. Daher empfehlen wir Ihnen, keine Bewerbungsmappen zu verwenden und jegliche Bewerbungsunterlagen in Kopie einzu-reichen. Unterlagen nicht berücksichtigter Bewerber/innen werden nach Abschluss des Auswahlverfahrens vernichtet. Von Bewerbungen per E-Mail bitten wir abzusehen.anderewenignein 
teaching fellow roman archaeologyUnited Kingdom:GBEdinburghUniv. of Edinburgh  Lehre und Forschung1nein10Teilzeit213770644986 2017-04-25 https://www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.display_form Teaching Fellow in Roman Archaeology Vacancy Ref: :     039471     Closing Date :     25-Apr-2017 Contact Person :     Prof Gavin Kelly     Contact Number :     Contact Email :     Gavin.Kelly@ed.ac.uk The School is seeking to appoint an outstanding candidate with clear evidence of excellence in teaching Roman archaeology. The appointee should demonstrate the ability to teach students at all levels of the undergraduate curriculum and the MSc programmes. The post is tenable for 10 months from 1 September 2017 to 30 June 2018 at 0.6 FTE (21 hours per week). Salary: £32,004 - £38,183 per annum Closing Date: 5pm GMT on Tuesday 25th April 2017 1. Job Details Job title: Teaching Fellow in Roman Archaeology (0.6 FTE) School: History, Classics, and Archaeology Unit: Classics Line manager: The Head of Classics 2. Job Purpose The post-holder will teach topics on Roman Archaeology, at sub-honours level; will design and teach an honours and a graduate course in this field; and will supervise undergraduate dissertations. He or she will also undertake limited teaching-related administration, such as organisation of sub-honours courses. 3. Main Responsibilities (approx % of time)     Designing, teaching, and assessing a research-focused honours course in Roman Archaeology and teaching a Graduate course entitled Roman Archaeology, to meet the teaching objectives of Classics (25%)     Lecturing and tutoring on three courses at sub-honours level: Roman World 1a: The Rise of Rome, Roman World 1b: The Roman Empire, and Roman Art and Archaeology, and potentially organising one of them, to meet the teaching objectives of Classics (30%)     Supervising undergraduate dissertations, to meet the teaching objectives of Classics (10%)     Teaching-related administration and student-facing activities to meet the didactic and pastoral objectives of the School (15%)     Engaging in/ keeping abreast of scholarship and other forms of personal development activities, inter alia to help the holder in delivering excellent research-led teaching (20%) 4. Planning and Organising Design and deliver research-driven honours and graduate courses, as directed by the Head of Classics Supervise dissertations of final-year undergraduates as directed by the Head of Classics. Plan and deliver sub-honours teaching in collaboration with colleagues, including acting as course organiser on occasion, as directed by the Head of Classics. 5. Problem Solving Identify the best ways to convey new concepts and approaches to students who may have no previous experience in the period or ideas studied. Work with academic colleagues and the Student Support Office to assist students who encounter difficulties in their studies. Work with colleagues to ensure a coherent series of lectures and tutorials in team-taught sub-honours courses. 6. Decision Making Decide on programmes of work for undergraduate and postgraduate students within courses organised. Participate in assessment, including moderation, and the examining process. 7. Key Contacts/Relationships Work with the Head of Classics, colleagues on co-taught courses, Student Support Officers, and administrators in the Undergraduate Teaching Office and Graduate School of History, Classics, and Archaeology on the planning, delivery, and assessment of successful undergraduate and graduate teaching and supervisions. 8. Knowledge, Skills and Experience Needed for the Job Qualifications/Training Essential • A PhD in Roman Archaeology, either awarded or recently submitted. • Good first degree (first/2.1) in Classics, Archaeology, Classical Archaeology or a cognate subject. Experience Essential • Teaching experience at undergraduate level in Classical Archaeology. • Evidence of engagement with scholarship and research, ideally including the form of publications, commensurate with career stage. Desirable • Experience of large-group lecturing and small-group tutorial teaching at sub-honours level. • Experience of teaching classes at honours level. • Teaching experience at graduate level. • Teaching experience and ability in classical subjects other than Roman archaeology. • Experience in course design and evaluation. • Relevant administrative experience. Knowledge, Skills and Competencies Essential • Expertise in Roman archaeology and related skills. Desirable • Expertise in other fields of Classical studies and Archaeology. Personal Attributes Essential • Excellent presentation and communication skills. • Commitment to quality and innovation in teaching. • Versatility in approach to teaching. • Excellent interpersonal skills. • Ability to work as part of a team. • Capacity to enthuse and motivate. Desirable Capacity for innovation in development of teaching 9. Dimensions Teaching and marking of undergraduate and master’s courses in Classics: will include lecturing students in large groups (up ca. 200 students in Roman World lectures) and smaller groups (e.g. 15-25 students in the honour courses, 5-10 in the graduate course). Supervision of ca. 5 undergraduate dissertations students. 10. Job Context and any other relevant information The duties of the post are primarily in teaching and teaching-related administration, but the successful candidate will be given time to keep up with and/or engage in scholarship in the field of Roman History at a level sufficient to offer research-led teaching, and will be welcome and strongly encouraged to participate in the intellectual life of Classics and of the School of History, Classics, and Archaeology. The post is part time (0.6FTE) and precise details of working hours will be negotiable, but some teaching has to take place at fixed times. Application Procedure All applicants should apply online by clicking the apply link at the bottom of this page and submit an up to date CV. The application process is quick and easy to follow, and you will receive email confirmation of safe receipt of your application. The online system allows you to submit a CV and other attachments. You will be notified by email whether you have been shortlisted for interview or not. The closing date is 5pm GMT on Tuesday 25th April 2017. Eligibility to Work In accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 the University of Edinburgh, as an employer, has a legal responsibility to prevent illegal working and therefore must check that all employees are entitled to work in the United Kingdom (UK). To do so, the University of Edinburgh requires to see original documents evidencing right to work in the UK before commencement of employment and this is normally carried out at interview. Details will be provided in any letter of invitation to interview. For further information on eligibility to work please visit our eligibility to work website In the circumstances where the vacancy does not meet the Home Office and Visa Services advertising, salary and/or qualification level criteria for sponsorship the successful applicant must have the existing right to work in the UK. Conditions of Employment Pension Scheme This role is grade UE07 and therefore the post holder is automatically included in membership of the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS), subject to the USS membership criteria, unless they indicate that they choose not to join the Scheme. For further information please visit our Pensions website. Salary The role is grade [insert grade] and attracts an annual salary of £32,004 to £38,183 for 21 hours each week. Salary is paid monthly by direct transfer to your Bank or Building Society account, normally on the 28th of the month. Salaries for part-time staff are calculated on the full-time scales, pro-rata to the Standard Working Week. Classics Classics at Edinburgh offers teaching across all the main areas of classical studies – Greek and Latin Literature and Thought, Ancient History, and Classical Art and Archaeology – and is currently expanding into both Byzantine and Medieval Latin Studies. All academic staff teach at all levels of the curriculum, and teaching is taken very seriously. Undergraduate applications to the uniquely flexible single and joint honours degrees in Classics are buoyant and applications and enrolments are high. There is a very strong and growing presence of over 60 postgraduate students, both in our four taught programmes (Classics; Ancient History; Classical Art and Archaeology; Late Antique, Islamic and Byzantine Studies) and in our research degrees, with increasing numbers of students coming from abroad. Research interests in the subject area cover virtually all areas of classical studies. Our archaeologists conduct fieldwork from Italy to (Sasanian) Iran; our historians are doing groundbreaking work on the Ancient Greek city, the history of the Hellenistic empires, Roman slavery, and late Roman culture and politics. Our language and literature staff cover Greek and Latin literature from Archaic and Classical Greece via Augustan and Imperial Rome to the late antique and medieval transmission and reception of the Greek and Latin Classics. In REF2014, the most recent research assessment exercise, Classics was ranked fifth in the UK for its combined quality and size. Full information about the subject area can be found on our website at: http://www.ed.ac.uk/history-classics-archaeology/classics   The School of History, Classics and Archaeology From its foundation in 1583, the University of Edinburgh has maintained a distinguished tradition of higher learning and academic excellence. Today the University is one of Britain's leading research institutions with an international reputation for scholarship and achievement; and access to research libraries of world importance. The School of History, Classics and Archaeology is located within the College of the Humanities and Social Science, founded in August 2002. It is co-located in a completely refurbished 'A' listed building designed by the distinguished Scottish architect, Sir Robert Rowand Anderson in the nineteenth century, with state of the art facilities for staff and students. The School combines the expertise of the subject areas of History, Classics and Archaeology along with the Centre for the Study of Modern Conflict the Scottish Centre for Diaspora Studies and the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Though each subject area has its own areas of special concern, there are many activities and interests in common and important synergies between areas. There is a full programme of seminars and conferences, and close links are also maintained with subject areas in other Schools. We are one of the largest, most distinguished and most highly ranked centres for the study of the human past in Europe, with over 120 teaching, research and administrative staff. Teaching is provided to around 1500 undergraduate and over 250 postgraduate students drawn from some 40 countries. Around 600 of our students are from outside the UK, reflecting the School's high international reputation. The range of choice in our programmes is remarkably diverse while at the same time the structure allows for study in depth of particular areas, themes and periods. 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The College is located on multiple sites across Edinburgh, with the majority of Schools and College Offices based close to the central George Square area. The College, which is recognised as one of the world's leading centres for the arts, humanities and social sciences in research and teaching, has been growing and investing strongly in recent years. Research Excellence Framework 2014 (REF2014) The College operates at the highest levels of international quality across a very wide range of disciplines in the arts, humanities and social sciences and submitted the work of more than 750 staff to 23 Units of Assessment in the Research Excellence Framework 2014. The College achieved a superb result, combining a large-scale, broad and diverse submission with very high quality outcomes: 86% of its research impact and 76% of the overall quality profile were assessed as world-leading (4*) and internationally excellent (3*). Using the widely used Research Power index (which combines the submission's overall score for 3* and 4* work with the volume of staff submitted), 12 of the College’s Units were ranked within the top five in the UK, and 18 were ranked first in Scotland. With an assessment of more than 95% at 3* and 4*, we're particularly proud of the outstanding research environment we create for staff and research students.   The University of Edinburgh For more than four centuries, our people and their achievements have rewritten history time and again. They’ve explored space, revolutionised surgery, published era-defining books, paved the way for life-saving medical breakthroughs and introduced to the world many inventions, discoveries and ideas from penicillin to Dolly the sheep. We have believed that anything is possible, we still do. The latest Research Excellence Framework highlighted our place at the forefront of international research. This adds to our international reputation for the quality of our teaching and our student experience excellence. The University is proud of its success with online teaching initiatives, with 2550 students currently studying its online distance learning postgraduate programmes, and a total to date of more than 2 million enrolments for Edinburgh MOOCs. As a member of staff, you will be part of one of the world's leading universities, with 20 Schools spread over 3 Colleges that offer more than 1600 undergraduate and 600 postgraduate programmes to over 35,000 students each year. Professional services are critical to this success as well as our world-class teaching, research and student facilities. In fact, we are one of the top employers in Edinburgh, with over 13,000 people spread across a wide range of academic and supporting roles. As a world-changing, world-leading university, we offer an exciting, positive, creative, challenging and rewarding place to work. We give you support, nurture your talent, develop and reward success and integrate academic, professional and personal career goals, as well as give your career the benefit of a great and distinguished reputation. In addition, our employees benefit from a competitive reward package and a wide range of staff benefits, which include generous holiday entitlement, a defined benefits pension scheme, staff discounts and much more. Access our staff benefits page for further information and use our reward calculator to find out the total value of pay and benefits provided. The University of Edinburgh holds a Silver Athena SWAN award in recognition of our commitment to advance gender equality in higher education. We are members of the Race Equality Charter and we are also Stonewall Scotland Diversity Champions, actively promoting LGBT equality. The University has a range of initiatives to support a family friendly working environment. See our University Initiatives website for further information.PhDwenignein 
community archaeologistUnited Kingdom:GBCambridgeshireMOLA  Museum/Vermittlung1nein12Vollzeit382661730621 2017-04-24 http://www.mola.org.uk/senior-community-archaeologist-cambridgeshire Senior Community Archaeologist - Cambridgeshire eur 26 617 - 30 621 Salary: £22,600–£26,000 (dependent on experience) 1 year Fixed Term Contract We are seeking a dynamic and self-starting individual to coordinate and deliver an exciting programme of engagement around the archaeological works for a major road scheme in Cambridgeshire (A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme) undertaken by MOLA Headland. MOLA Headland Infrastructure is an ambitious archaeological consortium with long term prospects for infrastructure work throughout the UK. Both companies have a strong reputation for delivering high impact, innovative engagement programmes and this post offers an exceptional opportunity for someone with a passion for sharing archaeology to get to grips with a substantial project. The programme will include a range of heritage activities, blending targeted work with schools, local historical/archaeological societies, and other groups, with events aimed at a wider public audience. The role The successful candidate will primarily be responsible for engaging with the community and young people and liaising with various programme stakeholders including the MOLA Headland Infrastructure field team and management, the A14 Integrated Delivery Team and Highways England, and relevant local authority contacts over programme content and scheduling. Engagement will include the delivery of events using MOLA’s Time Truck, a unique pop-up space housed in a 7m trailer (for more information see our Time Truck Blog). The post holder will also write timely and appropriate content for social media, the project’s blog and other media reporting on the progress of work. The ideal person will have prior experience of working with children and young people have excellent communication skills, and the ability to work independently and manage a diverse programme of events. Employee Benefits We offer a range of benefits to our employees including the following:     28 days annual leave (including bank holidays)     Assistance if needed for the first 2 weeks in support of temporary accommodation while searching for a new home base     Company pension scheme     Access to promotion / transfer opportunities within MOLA and Headland     Cycle Scheme & Childcare vouchers 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, flexible working hours if required, and a generous benefits package. For more information, please download the full job description and application form, Applications without an application form will not be considered. The closing date for the vacancy is midnight on 24th April.  Applications should be submitted electronically to mcopps@mola.org.uk.  Early applications are encouraged as interviews for the right candidates may take place before the application deadline.  Interviews will be held at the MOLA Headland Infrastructure St Neots office. All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement. The successful applicant will be required to undergo a DBS check prior to engagement.   Job Description Job Title:    Senior Community Archaeologist Job Reference:    CA-A14 Department    MOLA HEADLAND Infrastructure Salary    £22,600–£26,000 Hours:    37.5 hours per week (Flexible days of work between Monday to Sunday). Flexibility with working hours will be required. Location:    The post is based at MOLA Headland Infrastructure Project office at St. Neots and on various locations along the scheme (Cambridge to Huntington). Flexibility with regard to travel will be necessary. Duration:    Fixed Term – 1 year Responsible to:    MOLA Headland Infrastructure public engagement and communications managers for the A14 project Responsible for:    Archaeologists as appropriate when preparing and delivering events. Supervision of volunteers as required. Overall Job Purpose:    To develop, manage and deliver a programme of community engagement around the archaeological works taking place as part of a major road scheme in Cambridgeshire (A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme). Key Result areas:    •    To deliver the key targets of the engagement programme as agreed between Highways England and MOLA Headland Infrastructure •    To liaise with the project’s field personnel in order to gather content and facilitate engagement programmes •    To organise, coordinate and deliver successful and popular events required for the public engagement programme •    To devise content for MOLA’s Time Truck displays or other travelling exhibitions •    To write timely and appropriate content for social media, the project’s blog and other media reporting on the progress of work in keeping with the agreed client protocols •    To regularly report and share project outcomes with relevant internal and external partners •    To coordinate the work of the MOLA Time Truck Education Officer on the A14 project including liaising with schools regarding bookings •    To engage, develop and maintain links with local audiences, including local historical and archaeological societies •    To be responsible for undertaking any administration required to ensure delivery of project objectives •    To be professional and to uphold the standards, values and reputation of MOLA Headland Infrastructure in all team, client and public interactions •    To work in accordance with the requirements of the MOLA Headland Infrastructure’s Health and Safety Policy Working Conditions     •    Travel within South Cambridgeshire including occasional extended stays away from the primary base •    Weekend and evening working will be required Special Circumstances    A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check will be required as the role may involve working with vulnerable adults. A criminal record may not be a bar to employment but any decision will be treated on its merits and individual circumstances subject to MOLA’s overriding obligations to protect children and other vulnerable members of the communities Continuous Professional Development     We are committed to supporting and providing CPD for successful candidates. We expect all employees to undertake available training and research to enhance personal knowledge, skills and experience NB This job description should not be taken as an exhaustive description of the role and is, rather, indicative of the types of responsibility covered by this job.  Post holders will be required to carry out such other work as is required by MOLA Headland Infrastructure as long as this is reasonable and commensurate with the nature of the post held. Last updated: March 2017 Person Specification     Essential    Desirable    Assess. Method Qualifications                  Degree in archaeology or equivalent discipline or experience    Further degree in relevant discipline    AF     CSCS card or willingness to train and take the test    Membership of a relevant professional body i.e. IFA    AF     Full driving licence and willingness to drive company vehicles        AF Experience & Knowledge                Knowledge of archaeology of Iron Age/Roman Britain    Current knowledge of archaeology in Cambridgeshire        Substantial experience working with community archaeology groups or projects     Experience of supervising archaeology projects     AF/I     Experience of event management, organising workshops and conferences         AF/I     Experience of public speaking         AF/I     Experience of social media/blogs/publicity campaigns            Demonstrable experience of working in multi-disciplinary teams to deliver projects within time and budget constraints     Experience of project evaluation    AF/I     Experience of teaching to both specialist and non-specialist audiences         AF/I Skills/Abilities/ Competencies                Ability to work under pressure and to tight schedules     Familiarity with CAD     AF/I     Ability to work independently and manage a diverse programme of responsibilities     Familiarity with design programmes such as the Adobe Creative Suites package     AF/I     •The ability to design learning materials including digital media, audio-visual displays, artefacts    Familiarity with website CMS, SEO, social media scheduling and monitoring     AF/I     Strong organisational, interpersonal  and communication skills     Ability to create and manage GIS projects     I     Familiarity with the use of social media (Facebook, Twitter, Flickr)     Familiarity with database systems such as Access     AF/I     Ability to network and connect with stakeholders from a range of fields    Experience of developing AV content for web or other media    AF/IMAwenigjaincl. weekend and evening work must pass DBScheck CIfAmembership and CSCScard
various field staffUnited Kingdom:GBEnglandOxford Archaeology  Feldforschung nein3Vollzeit382073722283 2017-04-23 https://oxfordarchaeology.com/jobs/720-field-archaeologists-and-assistant-supervisors FIELD ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND ASSISTANT SUPERVISORS Required for Cambridge, Lancaster and Oxford Salary range £17,894 - £19,227* 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 range of projects, and can offer real opportunities for long term employment and career development. We are looking for skilled, experienced and enthusiastic archaeologists to join our team at OA.  Although it can be advantageous to be based within reach of one of our three regional offices (in Cambridge, Lancaster and Oxford), we have opportunities on projects throughout the country and are therefore interested in applications from people anywhere in England and Wales. OA East We have several projects in the vicinity of both Cambridge and Norwich for which staff are needed over coming months. This includes work on later prehistoric landscapes, Romano-British settlement and industry, rural Saxon remains and urban medieval sites. We will also be excavating more late-prehistoric settlement on the Essex-Herts border and are expecting to need staff for work in south Suffolk. OA North We are currently undertaking a large-scale excavation of a late Iron Age/Romano-British site near Newark, as well as on-going multi-period excavations in East Yorkshire. We also have a strong programme for excavations we expect to start in the near future in other areas of Yorkshire and Merseyside and, as a result, are looking to recruit several additional field staff for upcoming predominantly away-based fieldwork. OA South We are currently undertaking a large number of projects both in the Oxfordshire area and further afield. Forthcoming larger projects include a number of Late Iron Age - Roman excavations in Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire, a late prehistoric site in Worcestershire, a Roman villa in Somerset and multi-phase excavations in Kent. We operate a policy of single rooms for all away-based staff. Successful candidates will initially be offered a 12 week contract (37.5 hours per week) after which permanent contracts will be offered, dependent upon sufficient work being available and candidates demonstrating satisfactory performance and competence for the role. Archaeologist Position:     Competitive salary range £17,894 - £18,342 (*pay award pending) in line with CIfA salary minima guidelines; appointments will be made on the basis of demonstrated ability, previous experience and CIfA membership if appropriate     Candidates will have 6 months experience of professional archaeological fieldwork within  the UK or Irish commercial environment. Documented evidence of competence, in the  form of a completed training log from our Graduate Trainee programme or the Archaeology Skills Passport scheme will be advantageous     A degree in archaeology or related discipline will be highly advantageous, as will membership of the CIfA at PCIfA level     A full clean driving licence is desirable, as is a current CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) card Assistant Supervisor Position:     Competitive salary range £18,663 - £19,227 (*pay award pending) in line with CIfA salary minima guidelines; appointments will be made on the basis of demonstrated ability, previous experience and CIfA membership if appropriate     Candidates must demonstrate proven experience, technical proficiency and good working knowledge of professional archaeological fieldwork within the UK or Irish commercial environment     Candidates will be able to support the Project Supervisor and assist with supervision,     guidance, task allocation, performance monitoring and training where appropriate for Fieldwork Archaeologists and Graduate Trainees     Candidates will be able to undertake tasks such as surveying, watching briefs, machinewatching, record checking, matrix building and mentoring of trainees     A degree in archaeology or related discipline will be highly advantageous, as will membership of the CIfA at PCIfA level  A full clean driving licence is desirable, as is a current CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) card Employee benefits:     32 days holiday (including statutory holidays and concessionary days at Christmas)     Company pension scheme     Training including placements, and opportunities for career progression 50% of CIfA subscription fees     Free transport from regional offices to sites     High quality personal protective equipment (inc. Gore-tex waterproofs, fleeces etc)     Subsistence payment (£15 per night) and free accommodation (B and B / self-catering)  provided for away-based projects. No sharing - single rooms only     Annual drivers allowance of £520 for approved drivers (pro-rata, in addition to overtime  for driving)     Childcare vouchers     Cycle to work scheme If you would like to be part of a respected and established organisation, please apply by completing an application form, available from: oxfordarchaeology.com/jobapplication Alternatively you can post your completed application form to: Stacey Farrell, Group HR Officer, Oxford Archaeology, Janus House, Osney Mead, Oxford, OX2 0ES. Closing Date: Sunday 23 April. Applications will be considered on receipt. 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. Due to the anticipated high volume of interest, it may not be possible for us to respond to all applicants. If you have not heard from us four weeks after the closing date, please consider that your application has been unsuccessful in this instance. Registered Charity No. 285627; Company Registration No. 1618597BAwenigneinDL, CIfAmemership, CSCS card desirable
traineesUnited Kingdom:GBEnglandOxford Archaeology  Sonstiges nein Vollzeit 1862319735 2017-04-23 https://oxfordarchaeology.com/jobs/723-graduate-trainees-in-cambridge-lancaster-and-oxford GRADUATE TRAINEES Opportunities in Cambridge, Lancaster and Oxford Salary range £16,070 - £17,032* 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 range of projects, and can offer real opportunities for long term employment and career development. At the 2016 CIfA Conference our Graduate Trainee programme was Highly Commended in the Archaeology Training Forum Awards. We are looking for enthusiastic graduate archaeologists who are keen to develop their technical skills to join our team at OA. Although it can be advantageous to be based within reach of one of our three regional offices (in Cambridge, Lancaster and Oxford), we have opportunities on projects throughout the country and are therefore interested in applications from people anywhere in England and Wales. OA East We have several projects in the vicinity of both Cambridge and Norwich for which staff are needed over coming months. This includes work on later prehistoric landscapes, Romano-British settlement and industry, rural Saxon remains and urban medieval sites. We will also be excavating more late-prehistoric settlement on the Essex-Herts border and are expecting to need staff for work in south Suffolk. OA North We are currently undertaking a large-scale excavation of a late Iron Age/Romano-British site near Newark, as well as on-going multi-period excavations in East Yorkshire. We also have a strong programme for excavations we expect to start in the near future in other areas of Yorkshire and Merseyside and, as a result, are looking to recruit several additional field staff for upcoming predominantly away-based fieldwork. OA South We are currently undertaking a large number of projects both in the Oxfordshire area and further afield. Forthcoming larger projects include a number of Late Iron Age - Roman excavations in Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire, a late prehistoric site in Worcestershire, a Roman villa in Somerset and multi-phase excavations in Kent. We operate a policy of single rooms for all away-based staff. Position requirements:     A degree in archaeology, or equivalent academic knowledge and practical ability     A full clean driving licence is desirable     A current CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) card is also highly desirable, but training and funding may be provided for those without a card What we offer:     A documented training programme     Mentoring and assessment by experienced OA field staff     A structured route to membership of CIfA at PCIfA level, subject to satisfactory completion of the training programme For further details of the Training Programme and Career Path please visit our website. Successful candidates will initially be offered a 12 week contract (37.5 hours per week) with possible extension (subject to availability of work) to allow completion of the Training Programme. Employee benefits:     Salary range £16,070 - £17,032 (*pay award pending)     32 days holiday (including statutory holidays and concessionary days at Christmas)     Company pension scheme     Training including placements, and opportunities for career progression     50% of CIfA subscription fees     Free transport from regional offices to sites     High quality personal protective equipment (inc. Gore-tex waterproofs, fleece etc)     Subsistence payment (£15 per night) and free accommodation (B and B / self-catering) provided for away-based projects. No sharing - single rooms only     Childcare vouchers     Cycle to work scheme If you would like to be part of a respected and established organisation, please apply by completing an application form, available from: oxfordarchaeology.com/jobapplication Alternatively you can post your completed application form to: Stacey Farrell, Group HR Officer, Oxford Archaeology, Janus House, Osney Mead, Oxford, OX2 0ES. Closing Date: Sunday 23 April. Applications will be considered on receipt. 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. Due to the anticipated high volume of interest, it may not be possible for us to respond to all applicants. If you have not heard from us four weeks after the closing date, please consider that your application has been unsuccessful in this instance. Registered Charity No. 285627; Company Registration No. 1618597BAkeineneinDL, CSCScard desirble
head of archaeologyUnited Kingdom:GBYorkYAT  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit 3886744757 2017-04-23 http://www.yorkarchaeology.co.uk/get-involved/work-for-yat/vacancies-in-york/ HEAD OF ARCHAEOLOGY: YORK Salary Grade Range: £33,000- £38,000 depending upon experience The role: We are seeking to appoint a permanent and full time Head of Archaeology for our York office focussed principally on:     Leading the strategic direction and development of the York Archaeology department, generating new income streams and ensuring its sustainability.     To manage the projects, people, financial and operational issues and achieve the Charity’s objectives     Expanding our commercial opportunities (fieldwork and consultancy), undertaking marketing activities with potential and existing clients, consultants and curators, in conjunction with other senior managers.     The York’s office’s delivery of professional services (commercial contracts). The successful candidate will have a key role in managing the York Office team of 15 staff and ensuring the effective delivery of our contracts.     Leading the development of tenders and ensuring they comply with YAT policies.     Co-ordinating the operations of the York field team.     Ensuring an effective assurance system for ‘grey literature’     Liaising with operations in the other Trust offices to ensure effective use of resources and co-ordination of tendering activity.     Ensuring strong financial tracking of projects and invoicing.     Participating in the development of new research and community projects and helping to develop a sustainable basis for this activity   This is a demanding post and we are looking for an experienced archaeological professional with prior successful management, operations and contracts experience. You must have excellent communications skills and have a proven track record of commercial success and developing the skills of others. Previous consultancy and heritage management experience is desirable. In addition, we are looking to embed and sustain ways in which we can achieve our wider social objectives and you will be expected to make a significant contribution to future developments in York and the wider region. You must be flexible, forward thinking and prepared to adapt your role as the necessary. You will report directly to the Chief Executive and work closely with the executive team. A full driving licence is essential. Membership of CIfA and / or other professional body is expected. Applications must be received by midnight on 23rd April 2017. If you would like to discuss the post or have any enquiries, please contact David Jennings, CEO on 01904 663001 or djennings@yorkat.co.uk. Interviews are likely to be held in the week beginning 8th May 2017. To apply, please complete an application form, quoting Job Reference HOA2017 and send by email or post for the attention of David Jennings CEO to: djennings@yorkat.co.uk or York Archaeological Trust, 47 Aldwark, York, YO1 7BX.  Head of Archaeology: York Job Description……………………CT 2017 Job Title: Head of Archaeology: York Responsible to: CEO Responsible for: Project Managers, Project Officers, Project Supervisors, Archaeologists, Job Outline: To lead the strategic direction and development of York Archaeology, generating new revenue streams and ensuring the York Archaeology department’s sustainability. To manage the projects, people, financial and operational issues and achieve the Charity’s objectives. Main Duties and Responsibilities: • Overall management of York Archaeology department activities, ensuring effectiveness and quality. • Responsible for strategic policy initiatives including contributing at Trust-wide level. • Liaise with the Head of Marketing on PR strategy. • Report regularly through to the executive team regarding activity, projects financial performance and staffing issues. • Promote and contribute to the archaeological and heritage understanding of the region. • Responsible for efficient and effective administration of York Archaeology and its resources. • Devise and manage operational guidelines in conjunction with the Finance team to ensure effective running. • Oversee key operational issues including the co-ordination of recruitment, Induction, training, skill base, appraisals and performance of all staff members. • Ensure compliance with Trust policies including Health & Safety, Environmental, Equal Opps, Anti Harassment and Bullying, UK working validity and others. • Ensure safe working practices at all times. • Ensure sound financial compliance and accurate, effective use of systems including annual budgeting, project tracking, purchasing levels and general expenditure. • Identify opportunities for expansion of operations and income generation including developing alternate revenue streams. • Overall line management and development of York Archaeology employees, including performance, time and attendance, welfare and skills base • Maintain and expand contacts and profile with key clients and local stakeholders. • Ensure effective multi project management and accurate tracking. • Any other duties/tasks that may be reasonably required in line with the status of the role. Head of Archaeology: York Job Description……………………CT 2017 Person specification • An appropriate (degree or equivalent experience) level of education in archaeology / heritage. • Membership of CIfA • Excellent communication skills, verbally and written. • Proven track record of delivery of financially successful projects. • 10 years senior management experience in the heritage sector. • Considerable knowledge and skills relevant to the role and organisation, including operations, team management and project development and project management • Demonstrable skills in people management and development. • The skills necessary to uphold and promote excellent standards in project performance • Financial, budgeting and project costing experience. • Experience of contributing to a senior management team and reporting on an executive level. • Ability and confidence to make autonomous decisions. • Ability to effectively follow, change and develop procedures and standards. • Well developed and effective communication and team working skills and the demonstrable ability to actively engage with communities and clients to support learning and understanding • Self starter and the ability to develop own projects and assist the projects of others. • Excellent organisation skills. • Flexible approach to working. • Drive, commitment and enthusiasm to succeed. • An enthusiastic approach to working with people of all ages / volunteers. • IT literate in Word and Excel packages. Desired • Relevant professional training e.g. Management / HR / Project Management / Leadership qualification. • Driver. • DBS certificate. • A Health & Safety training qualification e.g. IOSH / CIEH.BALeitung1jaCIfa membership
HER officerUnited Kingdom:GBExmoorExmoor Nat Park Auth  Denkmalpflege1nein18Vollzeit372693026930 2017-04-21 http://www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk/about-us/jobs-and-volunteering-opportunities/jobs/historic-environment-officer-exmoor-mires-partnership Historic Environment Officer (Exmoor Mires Partnership) Organisation: Exmoor National Park Authority Up to £23,398 per annum Info: Fixed Term Contract until 31 March 2019 Closing date: 21/04/2017 Hours: 37 hours per week Are you looking for an opportunity to protect the historic environment within a nationally important area? Funded by South West Water as part of the Exmoor Mires Partnership, Exmoor National Park Authority are working in partnership with Government agencies and local community representatives on a project to restore peatlands on Exmoor. This in turn improves flood control, water filtration and carbon storage functions. This will be a key post working alongside specialists and contractors to ensure that Exmoor’s historic environment is safeguarded and enhanced through the activities of the project. The postholder will need a degree in archaeology or related subject and experience in British archaeology, preferably in upland environments. How to apply: Email or call or download an application pack Contact details: info@exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk or 01398 322205 (24hr answerphone)BAerfahrennein 
ass. inspector of ancient monumentsUnited Kingdom:GBGuildfordHE  Denkmalpflege1ja Teilzeit153068230682 2017-04-21 https://historicengland.org.uk/about/jobs/vacancies/job/?ref=8104 Assistant Inspector of Ancient Monuments     Location: 195 High St (Eastgate Court), Guildford, GU1 3EH     Contract type: Permanent     Salary: £26,658 p.a. (pro rata)     Reference No: 8104 Final applications 21 April 2017 Description England`s historic environment is one of our greatest national assets. Help us shape its future. In this key role you will lead Historic England`s planning team, the largest of our directorates with 340 staff throughout our eleven offices and a budget of over £30m. You will be responsible for our advice to planning authorities on the protection of England`s historic buildings and places, from castles to mills, churches to historic town centres, battlefields to ship wrecks, Roman villas to prehistoric monuments. We are the public body tasked with championing and protecting the historic environment. As well as working alongside local authorities, developers, government departments and private owners, we rely on community groups, civil society and the general public to help us foster sense of pride and ownership in our greatest national treasure. We seek a heritage professional to join our Development Management Team. You will have a good working knowledge of ancient monuments and a general understanding of relevant planning policy and statutory procedures. Your communication and negotiation skills will be allied with a methodical and analytical approach to assessing proposals. Above all, you will share our commitment to supporting owners and decision-makers with constructive advice, which sustains and protects our heritage while enabling its adaptation to the needs of the 21st century. We are looking for an individual who is able to work 2 day a week with flexibility.   Job Description Job title:        Assistant Inspector of Ancient Monuments    Department:            Planning Group Location:                Guildford        Responsible to:             Inspector of Ancient Monuments Responsible for:            N/A Payband:                C The Development Management Team provides Historic England’s statutory and non-statutory advice to our customers, engaging where we add most value to decision-making through our distinctive contribution as national experts.  While the team’s main work will be on development management, the team will also support the Historic Places and Heritage at Risk Teams in the delivery of their work. Overall purpose of the job:        As part of this Team, the Assistant Inspector of Ancient Monuments will take delegated responsibility for the delivery of English Heritage’s advice on proposals for change in the historic environment (including the marine historic environment) that fall within their area of competence. Applying the ethos of ‘constructive conservation’ and making effective use of HE’s Conservation Principles in all their advisory work, they will provide advice to owners and others on the sustainable management of the historic environment. They will contribute as required to the work of the Heritage at Risk and Historic Places teams and to other Planning Group activities. Main duties and responsibilities: 1.    To support the Inspector in providing planning and management advice in relation to ancient monuments, including assessing proposals, obtaining any further information required, proposing and, in consultation with the Inspector, delivering Historic England’s advice to agreed timescales and to excellent customer service standards. 2.    To undertake pre-application discussion with potential applicants where appropriate, applying the ethos of ‘constructive conservation’ to negotiate creative solutions to problems so that proposed changes are sustainable. 3.    To support the investigation of heritage crimes in relation to scheduled monuments, including preparing reports, evaluating intervention options and securing consequential reparation actions. 4.    To promote and support alternative management arrangements where this will improve and streamline management of the historic environment. 5.    To support the Heritage at Risk and Historic Places teams in delivering their work (including supporting activities such as capacity-building) as agreed with line management. 6.     To be an effective advocate for the benefits that conserving heritage assets can bring to communities. 7.     To undertake any other reasonable duties commensurate with the grade and competencies required of the post requested by line management. Please note that •    the role requires regular travel to sites not serviced by public transport. •    the role may require visiting/inspecting sites which is likely to require climbing scaffolding and negotiating confined space (e.g. Church roofs etc) •    the role will require occasional attendance at community meetings which are usually held at evenings or weekends. This is a description of the job as it is presently constituted and will be subject to change.  Job descriptions are updated in consultation with the post-holder on a regular basis to ensure they continue to reflect the needs of the role. Person specification Training, experience & qualifications    Essential: •    Educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant subject •    Substantial experience of managing change to ancient monuments, including through the planning system    Desirable: •    Membership of a relevant professional or specialist body •    Experience of dealing face-to-face with members of the public Knowledge & skills    Essential: •    A good working knowledge of ancient monuments in England and the techniques of their study. •    Good knowledge of the conservation, management and presentation of ancient monuments. •    A general understanding of relevant Government policy, guidance and statutory procedures for the historic environment, including SMC •    Good negotiating and influencing skills •    A methodical and analytical approach to understanding proposals for change and assessing their impact     Desirable: •    Expert knowledge in a specific field relevant to the post •    Knowledge of the integrated management of historic and natural environment, including relevant legislation Interpersonal skills    Essential: •    Good oral and written communication skills •    Ability to adapt communication styles to a variety of circumstances •    Good team-working skills    Desirable: •    Ability to engender enthusiasm for the historic environment We are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all. We will consider making reasonable adjustments for disabled people where necessary, to ensure this.BAerfahrennein 
research archaeologistIreland:IEDublinDiscovery Programme  Denkmalpflege1nein50Vollzeit384409649556 2017-04-21 http://www.discoveryprogramme.ie/news-and-events/cherish-project-job-vacancy The Discovery Programme is looking to recruit posts for an exciting new European Funded Project CHERISH – Climate Change and Coastal Heritage Lead Research Archaeologist (Coastal Archaeology) – CHERISH European Funded Project The post holder will be based in the Discovery Programme, and be responsible for carrying out, and assisting in, the investigation, analysis and presentation of coastal archaeological sites in Ireland and Wales as part of the CHERISH team. Full Time Fixed term contract until 31 August 2021 Location: Dublin Salary: €44,096 per annum rising to €49,556 subject to satisfactory performance All applicants must fully complete the requested application form. Please do not send a CV. All canvassing is prohibited Vacancies close at 17:00 GMT on the 21st April 2017. No applications will be accepted after this time. Indicative timetable Shortlisting will take place on 27th April 2017. Please return this application via email to aoife@discoveryprogramme.ie or send a hard copy to: Aoife Kane, The Discovery Programme, 63 Merrion Square South, Dublin 2,Ireland, D02 TW21 For any additional details contact: Aoife Kane, telephone: +353 1 639 3039, email: Aoife@discoveryprogramme.ie. Job Description Job title: Lead Research Archaeologist (Coastal Archaeology) – CHERISH European Funded Project Responsible to: Technology Manager Location: Discovery Programme, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin D2, Ireland, D02 TW21 Grade: Archaeologist (Point 5) Pay scale: €44,096 per annum rising to €49,556 in three annual increments subject to satisfactory performance Hours: Full time 37.5 hours per week Duration: Fixed Term Contract to 31st August 2021* *The contract is awarded subject to Schedule 12 of the Award of Financial Support by the Welsh European Funding Office, whereby as a consequence of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union, a review of the funding arrangements will take place in the second half of 2018, which could result in the project finishing sooner. 2 Background information on the CHERISH project CHERISH (Climate, Heritage and Environments of Reefs, Islands and Headlands) – Climate Change and Coastal Heritage – is an exciting, new European-funded operation (project) led by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales (‘Royal Commission’), in partnership with the Discovery Programme: Centre for Archaeology and Innovation Ireland, Aberystwyth University: Department of Geography and Earth Sciences and Geological Survey, Ireland. The operation is funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Ireland Wales Cooperation programme 2014-2020, Priority Axis 2 – Adaptation of the Irish Sea and Coastal Communities to Climate Change. The key objective of CHERISH is to increase cross-border knowledge and understanding of the impacts (past, present and near-future) of climate change, increased storminess and extreme weather events on the cultural heritage of reefs, islands and headlands of the Welsh and Irish regional seas. The project will target data and management knowledge gaps, employing innovative techniques to discover, assess, map and monitor heritage assets on land and beneath the sea, widely disseminating the results and developing best practice for future climate change adaptation. Background information on the Discovery Programme and its employment policies The Discovery Programme was established in 1991 and its mission is to explore Ireland’s past and its cultural heritage by conducting advanced research in Irish archaeology and related disciplines and by disseminating its findings widely to the global community. The Discovery Programme receives its core funding from the Heritage Council and also receives funding through EU funded projects. The Discovery Programme values diversity and is committed to ensuring and promoting equality of opportunity and eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation in all aspects of employment. Our policies mean that no job applicant or employee will receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of their protected characteristics. All our employees have equality of opportunity in employment and career advancement on the basis of their skills, ability, qualifications and suitability for work and are supported and encouraged to develop to their full potential to deliver a high quality service. 3 Key work areas and tasks The post holder will be based in the Discovery Programme, and be responsible for carrying out, and assisting in, the investigation, analysis and presentation of coastal archaeological sites in Ireland and Wales as part of the CHERISH team. The successful candidate will do this by: 1. Working as part of the CHERISH Survey Team to carry out, and assist with, the archaeological survey of coastal sites in Ireland and Wales to an agreed level and methodology. This will include undertaking vulnerability and risk monitoring, coastal survey recording and selected detailed sites and buildings survey. 2. Working as part of the CHERISH Survey Team to manage and carry out the excavation of selected coastal sites in Ireland, in accordance with current best practice. 3. Processing, describing, analysing and presenting the results of field investigations and ensuring that the outputs are fed through to the CHERISH archive and stakeholders in accordance with established standards. 4. Carrying out documentary and historical research on archaeological sites and landscapes within the CHERISH project area. 5. Working as part of the CHERISH Team to assist with geophysical survey of selected coastal sites in Ireland, in accordance with current best practice. 6. Creating authoritative records to a high professional standard for archaeological sites within the CHERISH project area. 7. Carrying out, and assisting with, citizen science and dissemination activities for CHERISH including a community excavation, survey training, community walks, talks and exhibitions. 8. Authoring reports and statistical information on work undertaken for use in CHERISH reporting. 9. Liaising with, attending and reporting to CHERISH project monitoring meetings with partners, advisory committee members and stakeholders in Ireland and Wales. 10.Carrying out any other duties, appropriate to the grade of the post and the project, as may be reasonably requested by the Technology Manager. 4 Person Specification The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate that they meet the following criteria (divided into essential and desirable): Essential Criteria – requirements without which a candidate would not be able to undertake the full remit of the role. Applicants who have not clearly demonstrated in their application that they possess the essential requirements will normally be rejected at the short listing stage. Desirable Criteria – requirements which would be useful for the candidate to hold. When short-listing, these criteria will be considered when more than one applicant meets the essential requirements. Nationality Essential criteria Be permitted to work in Ireland by being an Irish National, a British Citizen or a citizen of the EEA (European Economic Area). Qualifications/Level of Education Essential criteria Be educated to at least degree level in Archaeology or a related heritage discipline Desirable criteria PhD or equivalent professional qualifications and experience in Archaeology or a related heritage discipline and/or have relevant experience at an appropriate level for the role. Experience Essential criteria Have experience of working on archaeological projects in coastal, marine or island environments. Knowledge, understanding and practical experience of a wide range of different archaeological techniques. Have experience of undertaking archaeological assessment surveys using both traditional techniques and digital technologies. Have experience of supervising archaeological excavations Able to supervise work of junior staff, delegating effectively Have experience in the use of a range of ICT applications relevant to the area of work including GIS. Have experience of achieving objectives through being an effective and participative team member. Desirable criteria Eligibility to receive a licence for archaeological excavation from the National Monuments Service Knowledge, understanding and practical experience of Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment Surveys (RCZAS) 5 Have an understanding and appreciation in the role of remote recording and management of archaeological sites, including interpretation of remote sensing data. Experience and knowledge of working within a multi-disciplinary scientific team. Experience of the interpretation of marine archaeological data. Knowledge and Skills Essential criteria Have a good working knowledge of Irish archaeology and the historic environment. Have a record of data analysis, synthesis and report writing in the fields of work for the role including fieldwork and excavation reports. Excellent verbal and written skills and the ability to communicate with a diverse audience. The post will involve consultation with stakeholders and volunteers. Be able to work with the minimum of supervision and be able to organise your own workload to take account of conflicting priorities and time pressures. Good knowledge of relevant legislation and frameworks. Desirable criteria Understanding and knowledge of the processes of past environmental change Understandings and knowledge of the methodologies associated with investigating past environmental and landscape change Contribute to publications in leading peer-reviewed journals Working with volunteers and community groups Have experience in the use of Social Media in archaeological projects. Have a working knowledge of the effects of climate change on cultural heritage sites Personal Attributes Essential criteria Hold a current full driving licence Have an understanding of the principles of Equality and Diversity in relation to the Discovery Programme’s work and be able to apply these in practice Understanding of relevant Health and Safety considerations pertaining to archaeology Positive attitude to colleagues, organisations, stakeholders and the public Special Working Requirements Essential criteria Have a good level of fitness and mobility in order to be able to access remote rural and coastal locations on foot whilst carrying equipment. Willing to work outside of normal office hours. The job will entail travel, often to remote coastal areas and for extended periods 6 Application Procedure All applicants must fully complete the requested application form Please do not send a CV. CVs and references will be sought from candidates who are shortlisted for interview and given the time scale these should be available a short notice All canvassing is prohibited Vacancies close at 17:00 GMT on the 21st April 2017. No applications will be accepted after this time. Indicative timetable Shortlisting will take place on 27th April 2017. Interviews will be held in Dublin on 5th May 2017. For any additional details contact: Aoife Kane, telephone: +353 1 639 3039, email: Aoife@discoveryprogramme.ie.BALeitung1jaessential: Have a good level of fitness and mobility in order to be able to access remote rural and coastal locations on foot whilst carrying equipment. Willing to work outside of normal office hours. The job will entail travel, often to remote coastal areas and for extended periods Desirables: phD Eligibility to receive a licence for archaeological excavation from the National Monuments Service
archaeology and heritage consultantUnited Kingdom:GBEngladnJacobs  Sonstiges ja Vollzeit    2017-04-20 https://jacobs.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=EU/00013J   Archaeology and Heritage Consultants - (EU/00013J) Description   JACOBS is one of the world’s largest and most diverse providers of technical and management services. We offer a full-spectrum of consultancy support to commercial, government and industrial clients across many sectors.   Our Innovative Sustainable Solutions business is an integrated part of our worldwide offering of technical and management consultancy services. We provide one of the largest and most technically diverse capabilities in the environmental sector. To meet our growing UK and worldwide business needs and future development aspirations, we are looking for Archaeology and Heritage Consultants in our London, Reading, Croydon, Southampton or Shrewsbury offices.   The successful person will become part of a respected and ambitious company with excellent career prospects and international opportunities.   Primary Responsibilities Based in our London, Reading, Croydon, Southampton or Shrewsbury offices, we are looking for Archaeology and Heritage Consultants to join our existing Heritage Team. Key responsibilities of the role will include:     Provision of archaeology and heritage advice to internal and external clients.     Cultural heritage inputs to EIA.     Production of desk-based assessments and heritage statements.     Design of evaluation and mitigation, procurement and management of contractors.     Preparation of Written Schemes of Investigation for archaeological fieldwork. We are seeking strong technical skills along with excellent report writing ability, and you will be an Associate member or Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists.   In return, we can offer involvement in a wide range of exciting and often high profile projects, with significant opportunities to develop technical and management skills.   Qualifications   Essential:     A good degree qualification in archaeology or related discipline.     Experience of working for a multidisciplinary consultancy.     Experience in the preparation of desk-based assessments and heritage statements and cultural heritage inputs to EIA.     Good understanding of relevant heritage legislation, policy and guidance.     Experience in the preparation of desk-based assessments and heritage statements.     Experience in providing cultural heritage inputs to EIA, including the assessment of the significance of heritage assets, including the contribution made by setting to that significance, and of magnitude and significance of effect.     Ability to identify effective mitigation.     Excellent report writing skills.     Excellent communication and teamwork skills.     Full, clean driving licence.      Ability to manage own time and work to tight deadlines     Flexible approach to working hours to meet the demands of the role, including occasional working away from home. Desirable:     GIS (ESRI/Mapinfo) skills.     Procurement and management of contractors.     Preparation of Written Schemes of Investigation for archaeological fieldwork.     Candidates should be willing to work out of other JACOBS offices in the UK as required. JACOBS is an Equal Opportunities Employer and is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all.   Primary Location: United Kingdom-United Kingdom Countrywide-London Other Locations: United Kingdom-United Kingdom Countrywide-Wokingham, United Kingdom-United Kingdom Countrywide-Croydon, United Kingdom-United Kingdom Countrywide-Southampton, United Kingdom-United Kingdom Countrywide-Shrewsbury Job Posting: Mar 2, 2017, 7:36:56 PMBAerfahrenneinCIfAmembership please check with employer befor applying - no closing date given
editorUnited Kingdom:GBUKCIfa / Taylor&Francis  Medien1ja Teilzeit    2017-04-18 http://www.archaeologists.net/jis/onlinekeinekeinenein 
commissionersUnited Kingdom:GBUK / AberystwythRCAHW  Denkmalpflege3ja Teilzeit    2017-04-18 https://rcahmw.gov.uk/about-us/working-for-the-commission/current-vacancies/#com Commissioners (Three Posts) Can you help us to deliver the best possible historic environment services for the people of Wales? The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales is the unique, independent national archive and investigation service for Wales, dedicated to the authoritative recording and interpretation of our rich historic environment. Located within the National Library of Wales building in Aberystwyth, we operate at arm’s length from the Welsh Government, with skilled staff providing professional advice and expert information to the public. We’re committed to delivering the best possible historic environment service for Wales, fostering greater understanding and care for our historic buildings and landscapes, and recognising the potential for heritage to help improve people’s lives. Building on our recent successes and achievements, we’re now looking to grow and develop our organisation for the future. We’re looking for people to join our Board of Commissioners who are prepared to help direct, challenge and constructively review our work. We’re committed to strengthening and diversifying our board, and so are looking for new members who have significant experience or expertise at a senior and/or strategic level in one or more of these areas:     Community engagement: We wish to recruit a Commissioner with practical experience of working in this field to help us formulate an appropriate and realistic community engagement strategy and to help us identify potential partners for this work.     Digital strategy: We wish to recruit an individual with a strong track record in digital leadership to help us see with clarity what we need to do to lay the foundations of a viable strategy that will serve the Royal Commission well in the immediate and longer term future.     Archaeology (including industrial archaeology): We wish to recruit a leading archaeologist as a Commissioner to help with our horizon scanning work so as to identify suitable projects and to help us exploit digital field recording technologies to the full, especially in regard to large and complex sites. For further details and to apply go to http://gov.wales/about/recruitment/public-appointments or for queries contact the Shared Service Helpdesk on 029 2082 5454 or email SharedServiceHelpdesk@wales.gsi.gov.uk. The closing date for receipt of applications is 18 April 2017. Application forms received after this date will not be considered. It is expected to hold interviews during May 2017.keinesehrnein 
assistant professorDenmark:DKHojbjergAarhus Univ.  Lehre und Forschung3nein36Vollzeit    2017-04-18 http://www.au.dk/en/about/vacant-positions/scientific-positions/stillinger/Vacancy/show/889217/5283/ Assistant Professorships in the Archaeology of Urban Networks and Exchange 889217 The Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University, invites applications for one or two assistant professorships, focusing on core themes within the centre’s agenda for research on urban societies in the past. The call is for full-time, three-year positions, starting on 1 June 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter. Place of employment: Moesgaard, Moesgaard Allé 20, 8270 Højbjerg, Denmark. The positions The positions represent an opportunity for eminent young researchers to set the agenda for research into the historical archaeology and/or archaeoscience of urban societies and networks from the Hellenistic Period to the Middle Ages, and to participate in one of Europe’s most groundbreaking archaeological research initiatives of this decade. We are looking to include researchers and their projects in the centre’s work, which integrates questions and problems relating to the humanities and concerning urban development and networks. The Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet) explores the archaeology and history of urban societies and their networks from the Ancient Mediterranean to medieval Northern Europe and to the Indian Ocean World. We are an interdisciplinary research initiative which integrates new methods from the natural sciences with context-cultural studies rooted in the humanities. Approaching urbanism as a network dynamic, we aim to develop a high-definition archaeology to determine how urban networks catalysed societal and environmental expansions and crises in the past. The centre’s work ranges from Northern Europe over the Levant to the East Coast of Africa. It involves empirical material from a number of existing excavation projects as well as material which has already been excavated, and concerns both theoretical and methodological issues. UrbNet strives to embrace and connect the archaeological research clusters at Aarhus University with new and advanced analytical techniques in geoscience and physics for dating and characterising archaeological sites; and creates a research environment for cross-fertilising approaches from the humanities and sciences. The centre is based at Aarhus University, School of Culture and Society, and is funded as a Centre of Excellence by the Danish National Research Foundation. Please consult the following link: http://urbnet.au.dk/. Research We are looking for researchers with a strong research profile in subjects such as comparative urban archaeology, the material culture of exchanged objects and materials, or the cultural perceptions and activities behind the formation of urban stratigraphies. The research should relate to one or more of the centre’s focus areas, including the era between the Hellenistic Period and the end of the Middle Ages in the regions targeted by the centre’s initiatives: Northern Europe, the Levant or the East Coast of Africa. The positions offer unique opportunities for carrying out cross-disciplinary research, and the successful applicant(s) will be expected to play an active part in the centre’s daily activities. The successful applicant(s) will also be expected to participate in both teaching and research related to the centre’s initiatives and to advance the centre’s research agenda in general. We are looking for researchers working on intersecting questions and problems concerning urban development and networks. Projects should align with one or more of the core agendas of the centre: • How does the combination of multiple methods and approaches help to characterise the material and/or social biographies of urban sites in the past? • How does the contextual study of archaeological data, including scientific and historical analysis, clarify the structure, dynamics and agency of urban networks in different periods and regions? • How do high-definition chronologies, site biographies and recorded history integrate as synthetic accounts of urban societies? Applicants should include a short research proposal on a topic within the research agenda of the centre (included in the letter of application). Education The successful applicant must be prepared to teach and supervise students at all levels of the undergraduate and graduate programmes at the department relevant to the centre’s research. The person(s) appointed to the post(s) will be obliged to complete a course in university teaching especially designed for assistant professors. Talent development Assistant professors are expected to develop their own supervision capabilities at both BA and MA levels. Knowledge exchange It is expected that the successful applicant(s) will engage in knowledge exchange as mentioned in the strategy for the Faculty of Arts, for instance in research cooperation with private companies, government consultancy, cooperation with civil society actors or the public dissemination of knowledge. Applicants should document any prior experience within the field of knowledge exchange. Qualifications Applicants must have a PhD degree or equivalent qualifications in archaeology or related fields. Applicants must also be able to document: • An established research and publication record in the field of urban archaeology, material culture studies or archaeoscience related to urban contexts • The ability to work in teams • Teaching experience, at least to the level acquired during the course of a PhD degree • Experience of or interest in communication and knowledge exchange • Experience of and/or interest in supervising student projects, as well as interest in researcher talent development • Mastery of academic English in the classroom. For further information about the position, please contact the Centre Director, Professor Rubina Raja (rubina.raja@cas.au.dk) or the Deputy Director, Professor MSO Søren Sindbæk (farksms@cas.au.dk). Applications must be submitted in English. For more information about the application, please contact HR supporter Marianne Birn, email mbb@au.dk Further information about UrbNet can be found at http://urbnet.au.dk. School of Culture and Society At the School of Culture and Society the object of research and teaching is the interplay between culture and society in time and space: - From the traditional disciplines of the humanities and theology to applied social research - From Antiquity to the issues facing contemporary societies - From familiar Danish cultural forms to other very different worlds - From local questions to global challenges The school’s goal is to produce compelling research with an international resonance, as well as offering teaching and talent development of high quality. The school has a broad cooperative interface with society, both in Denmark and abroad, and contributes to social innovation, research communication and further and continuing education. For a more detailed description of the School of Culture and Society, please see this website http://cas.au.dk/en/ Qualification requirements Applicants should hold a PhD or equivalent academic qualifications. Formalities     Faculty of Arts refers to the Ministerial Order on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Danish Universities (the Appointment Order).     Appointment shall be in accordance with the collective labour agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations .     Further information on qualification requirements and job content may be found in the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff at Danish Universities .     Further information on the application and supplementary materials may be found in Applicant Guidelines.     The application must outline the applicant's motivation for applying for the position, attaching a curriculum vitae, a teaching portfolio, a complete list of published works, copies of degree certificates and no more than five examples of academic production. Please upload this material electronically along with your application. In the absence of any statement to the contrary, applications must be submitted in English. All interested candidates are encouraged to apply, regardless of their personal background.   Deadline All applications must be made online and received by: 18.04.2017 Please apply online Faculty of Arts The Faculty of Arts is one of four main academic areas at Aarhus University. The faculty contributes to Aarhus University's research, talent development, knowledge exchange and degree programmes. With its 500 academic staff members, 260 PhD students, 12,500 BA and MA students, and 2,500 students following continuing/further education programmes, the faculty constitutes a strong and diverse research and teaching environment. The Faculty of Arts consists of the School of Communication and Culture, the School of Culture and Society, the Danish School of Education, and the Centre for Teaching Development and Digital Media. Each of these units has strong academic environments and forms the basis for interdisciplinary research and education. The faculty's academic environments and degree programmes engage in international collaboration and share the common goal of contributing to the development of knowledge, welfare and culture in interaction with society. Read more at arts.au.dk/en Aarhus University is a modern, academically diverse and research-intensive university with a strong commitment to high-quality research and education and the development of society nationally and globally. The university offers an inspiring research and teaching environment to its 42,500 students and 11,500 employees, and has an annual budget of EUR 840 million. Over the course of the past decade, the university has consolidated its position in the top 100 on the most influential rankings of universities world-wide. Learn more at www.au.dk/en.PhDwenigneinmust be able to teach in English language
research assistantUnited Kingdom:GBReadingUniv. of Reading  Lehre und Forschung1nein22Vollzeit 3394144230 2017-04-18 https://jobs.reading.ac.uk/displayjob.aspx?jobid=706 Job Reference : SRF17610 Location : Whiteknights Reading UK Closing Date : 18/04/2017 Live Date : 21/03/2017 Salary : £29,301 to £38,183 per annum Employment Type : AR-Research School / Function : School of Archaeology Geography & Environmental Science Department : Archaeology Hours Per week : 1.00 FTE Contract Duration : Full-time,Fixed-term This is a 22-month Post-Doctoral Research Assistant (PDRA) position to join the research team undertaking an AHRC funded project concerning the relationships between birds and people in the southern Levant during the Neolithic. The appointed person will acquire, collate and interpret information from literary and ethnographic sources concerning birds and people during historical, recent and contemporary times within the Levant, and comparable environments elsewhere, to place the interpretation of the Neolithic avian fauna into a wider context. You will have:     Experience of research using primary and secondary source materials.     A PhD in a relevant subject area within the disciplines of either anthropology, archaeology, history or a related discipline.     Be committed to inter-disciplinary research at the interface of anthropology, ecology, archaeology of history.     A willingness to work in Jordan for periods of up to 3 months duration. Informal contact details Contact role:     Deputy Vice-Chancellor Contact name:     Professor Steven Mithen Contact phone:     0118 378 6442 Contact email:     s.j.mithen@reading.ac.uk   Interviews to be held on the 24 April 2017   ©University of Reading 2017 Page 1 JOB DESCRIPTION Vacancy reference: SRF17610 Post Title: PDRA Birds & People in the Southern Levant Grade: Grade 6 School/Department: Archaeology Reports to: Professor Steven Mithen Responsible for: N/A Purpose This is a 22-month Post-Doctoral Research Assistant (PDRA) position to join the research team undertaking an AHRC funded project concerning the relationships between birds and people in the southern Levant during the Neolithic. The appointed person will acquire, collate and interpret information from literary and ethnographic sources concerning birds and people during historical, recent and contemporary times within the Levant, and comparable environments elsewhere, to place the interpretation of the Neolithic avian fauna into a wider context. Main duties and responsibilities The appointed person will have the opportunity to shape the research according to their own particular expertise and interests, with either a greater emphasis on the use of literary sources or on ethnographic interviews, although some contribution from both will be required. The successful candidate will join an inter-disciplinary research team, and have the following responsibilities: (1) Produce a report on the historical, recent and contemporary relationships between people and birds in the southern Levant, and comparable environments elsewhere, exploring economic, ecological, social and symbolic connections. This is expected to draw on a variety of literary sources that might include accounts of early travellers, anthropological studies, historical records, and poetry. It will also draw on recent ecological studies, ethnographic interviews, and the depictions of birds within paintings, mosaics and so forth. (2) Draw on the their research to support interpretations of the analysis of avian fauna excavated from the early Neolithic sites of WF16 and El Hemmeh being undertaken by other members of the research team. The PDRA will be required to participate within workshops and short courses designed to develop these interpretations and build inter-disciplinarity. (3) Co-author and support the production of research outputs including articles within academic journals, publications for public and policy engagement, and co-develop the construction of a display within the Faynan museum, southern Jordan. (4) Support the academic and public outreach of the project through presentations and social media. Human Resources ©University of Reading 2017 Page 2 Supervision received The appointed person will be primarily based at the University of Reading and line-managed by Professor Steven Mithen, the PI of the Birds & People Project. The successful candidate will be required to spend short (c. 3 month) periods within Jordan to access sources and work with members of the research team. Dr Fares Khory (Co-I) of the American University of Mataba and Professor Bill Finlayson of the Council for British Research in the Levant will provide support in Jordan. It is expected that ethnographic fieldwork will take place in southern Jordan, notably in Wadi Faynan, under the supervision of senior members of the team. Depending on skills and interests of the appointed person, he/she might spend time working within the laboratory of Professor Cheryl Makarewicz (Co-I) at the Chistian Albrechts University, Kiel, Germany. Contact Natural History Museum at Tring Council for British Research in the Levant. Terms and conditions Full time, Fixed term. This document outlines the duties required for the time being of the post to indicate the level of responsibility. It is not a comprehensive or exhaustive list and the line manager may vary duties from time to time which do not change the general character of the job or the level of responsibility entailed. Date assessed: ©University of Reading 2017 Page 3 PERSON SPECIFICATION Job Title School/Department PDRA Birds & People in the Southern Levant Archaeology Criteria Essential Desirable Skills Required  Research using primary and secondary source materials  Collation and interpretation of evidence from diverse types of sources  Social media – blogging/twitter etc Attainment  PhD in a relevant subject area within the disciplines of either anthropology, archaeology, history or a related discipline  PhD in the cultural history of the Levant or in Human-animal relationships Knowledge  Interpretation of oral history, literary texts and material culture relating to human-animal relationships  Fluent in Arabic (speaking, reading, writing)  Cultural history of the Levant Relevant Experience  PhD in relevant subject area  Use of varied libraries and archives  Experience of oral history  Experience in ethnographic research  Experience of living and working in Jordan Disposition  Committed to inter-disciplinary research at the interface of anthropology, ecology, archaeology of history  Collaborative research and team-work  Ability to work to deadlines  Ability to work independently ©University of Reading 2017 Page 4 Other  Willingness to work in Jordan for periods of up to 3 months duration  Interest in birds/bird-watchingPhDwenigneinwillingness to travel to work in Jordan
archives officerUnited Kingdom:GBSalisburyWessex Archaeology  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit 2423534543 2017-04-18 http://www.wessexarch.co.uk/archives-officer-senior-officer Archives Officer/Senior Officer - Salisbury Southern Region - Ref: SALARC0317 (Sheffield)   Officer Grade - £20,650 - £26,297 pa (pay award pending) Senior Officer Grade - £25,700 - £29,433 pa (pay award pending) Salary commensurate with skills and experience   Wessex Archaeology is one of the largest independent archaeological practices in the UK and is a registered Charity whose aims are to promote the advancement of education and the advancement of the arts, culture, heritage and science. We have offices in Salisbury, Sheffield, Maidstone, Bristol, Edinburgh and Welshpool. A relocation package, where appropriate, can be made available to the successful candidate.   The position: Wessex Archaeology is seeking to recruit an experienced archive officer to join our established archive team within our industry-leading Research Services department. The position will be based in Salisbury, with the responsibility of overseeing archive work across the organisation, in all our regional offices. With several new national and regional initiatives underway, this is an exciting time to be working on archaeological archives. The successful applicant will be responsible for the curation, preparation and deposition of archives under the direction of the Senior Archives Manager, and will lead a team of junior staff. Whilst the successful applicant will be required to work collegiately as part of the established team, the ability to work independently will also be essential. The enthusiasm to assist in the development of junior team members, to share knowledge and to provide advice to staff across the organisation will also be needed.   Position requirements: You will be educated to degree level in an appropriate subject, and you will have extensive proven experience of working with both physical and digital archives in the commercial sector. You will have demonstrable knowledge of national and regional standards and guidance on the treatment of archaeological archives, and a good awareness of the issues currently affecting this area of work. You will be familiar with all the processes involved in the curation, preparation and deposition of archives.   Membership of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (preferably at MCIfA level) or another appropriate professional body is highly desirable. A full UK Driving Licence is essential.   Employee benefits:     Competitive salary range in line with CIfA salary guidelines (appointments will be made on the basis of demonstrated ability, previous experience and CIfA membership as appropriate). 50% contribution towards CIfA subscription fees;     A company Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) – confidential external advice on health and wellbeing;     22 days p.a. holiday entitlement (plus bank holidays) rising to 27 after 5 year’s continuous employment;     Paid sick leave from start of contract;     Immediate eligibility for inclusion in the group pension plan with an employer contribution of 4%;     Free accommodation provided for projects beyond reasonable travel distances, as well as an overnight subsistence payment (£15 per night, with a further £5 per night as breakfast contribution if in S/C accommodation);     Free transport from regional offices to sites;     High quality personal protective equipment;     Drivers are entitled to time in lieu in excess of the 7.4 working day;     Individual training and development, including free BAJR skills passport, HSE certification, mentoring, annual appraisal, personal development plans and career progression maps;     Life assurance scheme;     Childcare vouchers;     Bike2Work scheme. Applicants are invited to submit a completed application form, together with a supporting CV; and returned by e-mail to wa.applications@wessexarch.co.uk or by post to Human Resources at:   Wessex Archaeology Portway House Old Sarum Park SALISBURY SP4 6EB   Applications need to be received by close of business 18/04/2017. Receipt of all applications will be acknowledged.Interviews are planned for end of April. For more information about the post please contact Lorraine Mepham, Senior Archives Manager (l.mepham@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 must be either a British citizen, EU National or hold a full work visa and where appropriate be registered under the ‘Worker Registration Scheme’, or must hold a current work permit. Proof of identity and eligibility to work in the UK will be required prior to commencement of employment. ARCHIVES OFFICER – PERSON SPECIFICATION ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS Educated to Degree level in an appropriate subject or demonstrable experience to an equivalent level. Post-graduate qualification in an appropriate subject PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATION Membership of an appropriate accredited professional body, commensurate with the level of responsibility. DRIVING Full, clean, UK (Category B) driving licence or equivalent. Experience of driving vans, minibuses (category D1) and 4x4 vehicles. KNOWLEDGE &EXPERIENCE An understanding and experience of professional standards for archaeological practice. Knowledge of methods of archaeological investigation, recording systems and research and their limitations. Knowledge and experience of safe working practices, legislation and regulations and their practical implementation. Experience of working in a professional, commercial archaeological environment. Experience of supervising office based staff. Broad and/or specialist knowledge of archaeological periods, theory and practice. Ability to interpret and make value judgements on the importance and significance of archaeological data. Evidence of producing appropriate deliverables to the required standard. Specialist theoretical, practical or procedural knowledge in one or more areas of archaeology or a related subject area. Version: 1 Revision: 0 Review date: 24/11/15 Updated: Issued: 24/10/14 Wessex Archaeology Ltd is a company limited by guarantee registered in England, company number 1712772. It is also a Charity registered in England and Wales, number 287786; and in Scotland, Scottish Charity number SC042630. Our registered office is at Portway House, Old Sarum Park, Salisbury, Wilts SP4 6EB. ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE ATTRIBUTES Ability to work independently or as part of a team including leadership. Have a professional approach to work, colleagues, other professionals and clients. PLANNING & ORGANISING Methodical and systematic approach to work. Must be able to work efficiently within time/cost constraints. ANALYSIS & PROBLEM SOLVING Analytical and problem solving skills. Able to produce coherent and accurate reports to a good standard. COMMUNICATION SKILLS Must demonstrate good written and verbal skills. Able to communicate effectively with a range of clients and fellow professionals. Verbal presentation skills aimed at a variety of audiences with mixed experience. LEADERSHIP Decision making skills. Demonstrable experience of leadership. PERSONAL REQUIREMENTS Committed, hardworking and professional. Must be flexible; may be required to stay away from home on some projects. To be responsible for the maintenance of own continuous professional development. Version: 1 Revision: 0 Review date: 24/11/15 Updated: Issued: 24/10/14 Wessex Archaeology Ltd is a company limited by guarantee registered in England, company number 1712772. It is also a Charity registered in England and Wales, number 287786; and in Scotland, Scottish Charity number SC042630. Our registered office is at Portway House, Old Sarum Park, Salisbury, Wilts SP4 6EB.BAwenigjaCIfA membership preferred
assistant inspector of ancient monumentsUnited Kingdom:GBGuildfordHE  Denkmalpflege1ja Teilzeit153128231282 2017-04-18 https://historicengland.org.uk/about/jobs/vacancies/job/?ref=8104     Location: 195 High St (Eastgate Court), Guildford, GU1 3EH     Contract type: Permanent     Salary: £26,658 p.a. (pro rata)     Reference No: 8104 Final applications 18 April 2017 Description England`s historic environment is one of our greatest national assets. Help us shape its future. We are the public body tasked with championing and protecting the historic environment. As well as working alongside local authorities, developers, government departments and private owners, we rely on community groups, civil society and the general public to help us foster sense of pride and ownership in our greatest national treasure. We seek a heritage professional to join our Development Management Team. You will have a good working knowledge of ancient monuments and a general understanding of relevant planning policy and statutory procedures. Your communication and negotiation skills will be allied with a methodical and analytical approach to assessing proposals. Above all, you will share our commitment to supporting owners and decision-makers with constructive advice, which sustains and protects our heritage while enabling its adaptation to the needs of the 21st century. We are looking for an individual who is able to work 2 day a week with flexibility.   Job Description Job title:        Assistant Inspector of Ancient Monuments    Department:            Planning Group Location:                Guildford        Responsible to:             Inspector of Ancient Monuments Responsible for:            N/A Payband:                C The Development Management Team provides Historic England’s statutory and non-statutory advice to our customers, engaging where we add most value to decision-making through our distinctive contribution as national experts.  While the team’s main work will be on development management, the team will also support the Historic Places and Heritage at Risk Teams in the delivery of their work. Overall purpose of the job:        As part of this Team, the Assistant Inspector of Ancient Monuments will take delegated responsibility for the delivery of English Heritage’s advice on proposals for change in the historic environment (including the marine historic environment) that fall within their area of competence. Applying the ethos of ‘constructive conservation’ and making effective use of HE’s Conservation Principles in all their advisory work, they will provide advice to owners and others on the sustainable management of the historic environment. They will contribute as required to the work of the Heritage at Risk and Historic Places teams and to other Planning Group activities. Main duties and responsibilities: 1.    To support the Inspector in providing planning and management advice in relation to ancient monuments, including assessing proposals, obtaining any further information required, proposing and, in consultation with the Inspector, delivering Historic England’s advice to agreed timescales and to excellent customer service standards. 2.    To undertake pre-application discussion with potential applicants where appropriate, applying the ethos of ‘constructive conservation’ to negotiate creative solutions to problems so that proposed changes are sustainable. 3.    To support the investigation of heritage crimes in relation to scheduled monuments, including preparing reports, evaluating intervention options and securing consequential reparation actions. 4.    To promote and support alternative management arrangements where this will improve and streamline management of the historic environment. 5.    To support the Heritage at Risk and Historic Places teams in delivering their work (including supporting activities such as capacity-building) as agreed with line management. 6.     To be an effective advocate for the benefits that conserving heritage assets can bring to communities. 7.     To undertake any other reasonable duties commensurate with the grade and competencies required of the post requested by line management. Please note that •    the role requires regular travel to sites not serviced by public transport. •    the role may require visiting/inspecting sites which is likely to require climbing scaffolding and negotiating confined space (e.g. Church roofs etc) •    the role will require occasional attendance at community meetings which are usually held at evenings or weekends. This is a description of the job as it is presently constituted and will be subject to change.  Job descriptions are updated in consultation with the post-holder on a regular basis to ensure they continue to reflect the needs of the role. Person specification Training, experience & qualifications    Essential: •    Educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant subject •    Substantial experience of managing change to ancient monuments, including through the planning system    Desirable: •    Membership of a relevant professional or specialist body •    Experience of dealing face-to-face with members of the public Knowledge & skills    Essential: •    A good working knowledge of ancient monuments in England and the techniques of their study. •    Good knowledge of the conservation, management and presentation of ancient monuments. •    A general understanding of relevant Government policy, guidance and statutory procedures for the historic environment, including SMC •    Good negotiating and influencing skills •    A methodical and analytical approach to understanding proposals for change and assessing their impact     Desirable: •    Expert knowledge in a specific field relevant to the post •    Knowledge of the integrated management of historic and natural environment, including relevant legislation Interpersonal skills    Essential: •    Good oral and written communication skills •    Ability to adapt communication styles to a variety of circumstances •    Good team-working skills    Desirable: •    Ability to engender enthusiasm for the historic environment We are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all. We will consider making reasonable adjustments for disabled people where necessary, to ensure this.BAAnfängerneinmembership of relevant prof. body
project managerUnited Kingdom:GBBuckinghamnetwork archaeology  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit 3163138660 2017-04-18 http://www.netarch.co.uk http://www.earthworks-jobs.com/archaeology/networkarchaeology17031.htmlBAkeineja 
post-ex project officerUnited Kingdom:GBCambridgeOxford Arch.  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit 2561231206 2017-04-17 https://oxfordarchaeology.com/jobs/736-post-excavation-project-officer POST-EXCAVATION PROJECT OFFICER Required for Cambridge Salary range £22,247 - £27,106*   Oxford Archaeology is one of the largest independent archaeological practices in Europe. Since our foundation in 1973, we have worked throughout the UK and on many international projects. We have offices in Oxford, Cambridge and Lancaster. We are a registered Educational Charity.   The position An opportunity has arisen within our Post-Excavation Department at Oxford Archaeology East (based in Cambridge) to work in post-excavation analysis and publication. The successful applicant will have proven analytical skills and experience in the production of grey literature, articles and monographs. Ideally, they will also have a specialism in East Anglian prehistoric pottery or lithics, although applicants with other specialisms and period-based knowledge will be considered. The postholder will also act in support of OA East’s Post-Excavation & Publications Manager.   Position requirements     Demonstrable experience in the identification, analysis and reporting of evidence from archaeological sites, to publication standard.     Able to contribute to archaeological investigations by providing relevant period-/artefact-based expertise.     A good knowledge and understanding of British archaeology and the principles, practices, procedures and processes relevant to investigations.     Ability to work independently when required, but also to operate as part of a team, with a flexible approach when working under pressure and to deadlines.     Good communication skills with fluent spoken and written English.     Ability to carry out work practices in accordance with health and safety requirements.     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. Applicants should be members, or eligible for membership, of the CIfA, preferably at the ACIfA level. In return, we offer an exciting range of employee benefits.   Employee benefits:     Competitive salary range £22,247 - £27,106 (*pay award pending) in line with CIfA salary minima guidelines; 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.     Cycle to work scheme.     Training including placements, and opportunities for career progression.     50% of CIfA subscription fees.     Childcare vouchers.   For further information about the role, please contact Elizabeth Popescu at the Cambridge office on 01223 850552 or via email: elizabeth.popescu@oxfordarch.co.uk If you would like to be part of a respected and established organisation, please apply by completing an application form, available from: oxfordarchaeology.com/jobapplication   Alternatively, you can post your application to: Human Resources Oxford Archaeology Janus House Osney Mead Oxford OX2 0ES   Closing Date: Monday 17 April 2017 Interview date: Tuesday 2 May 2017   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. 1618597BAerfahrenneinspecialism in east anglian prehistoric pottery or lithics would be ideal fluent spoken and written english expected
post ex supervisorUnited Kingdom:GBCambridgeOxford Arch  Sonstiges1ja Vollzeit 2320324987 2017-04-17 https://oxfordarchaeology.com/jobs/737-post-excavation-supervisor POST-EXCAVATION SUPERVISOR Required for Cambridge Salary Range £20,154 - £21,704*   Oxford Archaeology is one of the largest independent archaeological practices in Europe. Since our foundation in 1973, we have worked throughout the UK and on many international projects. We have offices in Oxford, Cambridge and Lancaster. We are a registered Educational Charity.   The position An opportunity has arisen within our Post-Excavation Department at Oxford Archaeology East (based in Cambridge) to work in post-excavation analysis and publication. The successful applicant will have proven analytical skills and experience in the production of grey literature, as well as contributing to articles and other publications. Ideally, they will also have a developing artefact - or period-based specialism.   Position requirements     Demonstrable experience in the identification, analysis and reporting of evidence from archaeological sites.     Able to contribute to the production and completion of grey literature reports.     A good knowledge and understanding of British archaeology and the principles, practices, procedures and processes relevant to investigations.     Ability to work independently when required, but also to operate as part of a team, with a flexible approach when working under pressure and to deadlines.     Good communication skills with fluent spoken and written English.     Ability to carry out work practices in accordance with health and safety requirements.     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. Applicants should be members, or eligible for membership, of the CIfA, preferably at the ACIfA level. In return, we offer an exciting range of employee benefits.   Employee benefits:     Competitive salary range £20,154 - £21,704 (*pay award pending) in line with CIfA salary minima guidelines; appointments will be made on the basis of demonstrated ability, previous experience and CIfA membership if appropriate.     32 days holiday (including statutory holidays and concessionary days at Christmas).     Company pension scheme.     Cycle to work scheme.     Training including placements, and opportunities for career progression.     50% of CIfA subscription fees.     Childcare vouchers. For further information about the role, please contact Elizabeth Popescu at the Cambridge office on 01223 850552 or via email: elizabeth.popescu@oxfordarch.co.uk If you would like to be part of a respected and established organisation, please apply by completing an application form, available from: oxfordarchaeology.com/jobapplication Alternatively, you can post your application to: Human Resources Oxford Archaeology Janus House Osney Mead Oxford OX2 0ES   Closing Date: Monday 17 April 2017 Interview date: Wednesday 3 May 2017   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. 1618597BAerfahrenneinfluent spoken and written english expected CIfAmembership desirable
arch. project officerUnited Kingdom:GBWarwickWarwickshire CC  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit372610928767 2017-04-17 https://www.wmjobs.co.uk/job/13845/archaeological-project-officer/ Archaeological Project Officer Recruiter     Warwickshire County Council Location     Montague Road, Warwick Salary     £22,658 - £24,964 per annum (from April 2017) Posted     17 Mar 2017 Closes     17 Apr 2017 Job Ref     WARW000003202 Sector     Local Councils Job Type     Community, Museum / Galleries / Culture Contract Type     Full time permanent Working Pattern     Standard Hours     Full-Time Site     Internal/Redeployment, Internal, Redeployment, wmjobs.co.uk 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. The Role 37.0 Hours per Week We are looking for skilled, motivated, and mobile archaeologists with significant experience in a wide range of British archaeology to lead on fieldwork projects, and undertake post-excavation, report writing and archiving, to the appropriate CIfA standards. Key Requirements Degree in Archaeology or equivalent qualification. Considerable experience of a range of field and post-excavation projects at a supervisory level including sole or major responsibility for specific areas of projects. Good general knowledge of British Archaeology. Excellent written communication skills, including ability to write clear reports. Ability to present the work of the group to both specialist and non-specialist audiences. Ability to manage own work, and that of others, to meet agreed programmes and budgets. Ability to travel effectively throughout the County. A flexible approach to working arrangements and a positive attitude to change. Additional Information & How to apply For further information about the role please contact Stuart Palmer on (01926) 412278 or stuartpalmer@warwickshire.gov.uk Our method of application is online. If you are unable to apply using the 'Apply for this job' link please contact the Recruitment Centre. You will be notified of our shortlisting decision via email,  so please check your email and WMJobs account on a regular basis after submitting your application. Telephone:01926 418125 Email: recruitment@warwickshire.gov.uk Please note that all applications must be received on an application form. We do not accept CV's and do not keep CV's on file unless part of an application. Closing Date - 17th April Interviews - 30th April We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce. Job Description For Non-Streamlined Positions This form is used to provide a complete description of the specific job (or role) and defines the skills, knowledge and abilities required to undertake the specific and generic role profile. Section A: Specific Role Profile The specific role profile provides key information relating to the salary and working conditions e.g. location of a job, along with the current focus of the job role and a brief description of the main duties. Role Details Job Title: Archaeological Project Officer JEID J0029 Salary Grade: H Team: Archaeology Warwickshire Service Area: Community Services Primary Location: Montague Road Political Restriction This position is not politically restricted. Responsible to: Business Manager Responsible for: Senior Field Technicians, Volunteers and sub-contractors Role Purpose To undertake small-medium fieldwork and post-excavation projects and assist with larger projects Role Responsibilities Organisation and Execution of Archaeological Projects Under the general supervision of senior staff, the Project Officer will organise, execute and account for small-scale projects, and assist in the implementation of major projects. Produce reports for dissemination and publication Co-ordinate the work of other staff and specialists involved in projects. Prepare archives for deposition Supervision of Archaeological Projects Oversee the work of Field Technicians and less experienced staff Assist and supervise other staff in liaison with specialists, preparation and deposition of archives, report preparation and any other aspects of post-excavation. 34173410_job_description_j0029_field_officers.doc Page 2 of 4 Participate in the presentation and promotion of the work of Archaeology Warwickshire. Give talks to general and special interest groups, to organise and participate in open days and special events and in the preparation of leaflets and other publicity material. Undertake occasional evening and weekend working. Undertake all work in accordance with the Code of Conduct, Bylaws, Standards and Guidance of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists. Uphold the County Equal Opportunities and Health and Safety policies, and ensure their understanding and implementation by staff for whom they are responsible Section B: Person Specification The person specification provides a list of essential and desirable criteria (skills and competencies) that a candidate should have in order to perform the job. Each of the criteria listed below will be measured through; the application form (A), a test / exercise (T), an interview (I), a presentation (P) or documentation (D). Essential Criteria Assessed By: Degree in Archaeology or equivalent qualification D Considerable experience of a range of field and post-excavation projects at a supervisory level including sole or major responsibility for specific areas of projects A Good general knowledge of British Archaeology I Excellent written communication skills, including ability to write clear reports D Ability to present the work of the group to both specialist and non-specialist audiences I Ability to manage own work, and that of others, to meet agreed programmes and budgets A Familiarity with the use of word processors and databases in archaeology A Ability to work evenings and weekends as required I Ability to travel effectively throughout the County I A flexible approach to working arrangements and a positive attitude to change I Physically able to carry out the duties of the post as set out in the job description A 34173410_job_description_j0029_field_officers.doc Page 3 of 4 Desirable Criteria Assessed By: Membership of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists at Associate (ACIfA) grade A Experience of specialist skills (e.g. surveying, building recording, geophysical survey) A Section C: Working Conditions The working conditions relate to those non-contractual elements of the job that may impact on the holder of the position, as well as those workplace-based responsibilities that are part of this job. These are not contractual but provide a guide to the working conditions and the potential hazards and risks that may be faced. Health & Safety at Work To take responsibility for your own health, safety and wellbeing, and undertake health and safety duties and responsibilities for your role as specified within Warwickshire County Councils Health and Safety Policy, and all other relevant health and safety policies, arrangements, procedures, systems of work as specified for the post/ role. Potential Hazards & Risks The potential significant hazard(s) and risk(s) for this job are identified below (those ticked). The purpose of recording this information on the job description is so that the health status of the potential and actual post-holders can be assessed with regard to the significant hazards and risks. These hazards and risks should be based on the appropriate activity, process and/or operation risk assessment whereby all of the significant risks are identified, recorded and appropriately controlled. The list below is therefore not an exhaustive list because it is the risk assessment that details all significant risks that could arise out of or in connection with the work activity, but any others will be identified in the ‘other’ section. Provision of personal care on a regular basis Driving HGV or LGV for work x Regular manual handling (which includes assisting, manoeuvring, pushing and pulling) of people (including pupils) or objects x Any other frequent driving or prolonged driving at work activities (e.g. long journeys driving own private vehicle or WCC vehicle for work purposes) Working at height/ using ladders on a regular/ repetitive basis Restricted postural change – prolonged sitting x Lone working on a regular basis Restricted postural change – prolonged standing Night work x Regular/repetitive bending/ squatting/ kneeling/crouching Rotating shift work Manual cleaning/ domestic duties x Working on/ or near a road x Regular work outdoors X Significant use of computers (display screen Work with vulnerable children or vulnerable 34173410_job_description_j0029_field_officers.doc Page 4 of 4 equipment) adults x Undertaking repetitive tasks Working with challenging behaviours Continual telephone use (call centres) Regular work with skin irritants/ allergens Work requiring hearing protection (exposure to noise above action levels) Regular work with respiratory irritants/ allergens (exposure to dust, fumes, chemicals, fibres) Work requiring respirators or masks Work with vibrating tools/ machinery Work involving food handling Work with waste, refuse Potential exposure to blood or bodily fluids x Face-to-face contact with members of the public x Other (please specify): Regular use of PPE prescribed by site conditionsBALeitung1ja 
senior field technicianUnited Kingdom:GBWarwickWarwickshire CC  Feldforschung1ja Vollzeit372320223202 2017-04-17 https://www.wmjobs.co.uk/job/13846/senior-field-technician/ Senior Field Technician Recruiter     Warwickshire County Council Location     Montague Road, Warwick Salary     £20,138 per annum (from April 2017) Posted     17 Mar 2017 Closes     17 Apr 2017 Job Ref     WARW000003204 Sector     Local Councils Job Type     Community, Museum / Galleries / Culture Contract Type     Full time permanent Working Pattern     Standard Hours     Full-Time Site     Internal/Redeployment, Internal, Redeployment, wmjobs.co.uk   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. The Role 37.0 Hours per Week We are looking for experienced and mobile archaeologists to undertake excavations, surveys, watching briefs and post-excavation duties to the appropriate CIfA standards. Key Requirements Good general education and knowledge of British archaeology Hand excavation and site planning skills Significant excavation /post-excavation experience Experience of computers, including databases and word-processing Knowledge and understanding of basic principles of project planning Experience of archaeological photography Experience of survey equipment (EDM, total station or GPS) Experience of archaeological site recording, artefact recovery, sampling and processing procedures Ability to undertake archaeological observation and salvage recording (including monitoring of contractors’ plant) without constant direct supervision and to write short reports Experience of use of aerial photographs Knowledge of CIfA and other archaeological standards Ability to work either unsupervised or in a team Flexible approach to working arrangements Willingness to work outdoors in all weathers Ability and willingness to travel in order to undertake the duties of the job Additional Information & How to apply For further information about the role please contact Stuart Palmer - Business Manager on (01926) 412278 or stuartpalmer@warwickshire.gov.uk Our method of application is online. If you are unable to apply using the 'Apply for this job' link please contact the Recruitment Centre. You will be notified of our shortlisting decision via email,  so please check your email and WMJobs account on a regular basis after submitting your application. Telephone:01926 418125 Email: recruitment@warwickshire.gov.uk Please note that all applications must be received on an application form. We do not accept CV's and do not keep CV's on file unless part of an application. Closing Date - 17th April Interviews - 27th April Job Description For Non-Streamlined Positions This form is used to provide a complete description of the specific job (or role) and defines the skills, knowledge and abilities required to undertake the specific and generic role profile. Section A: Specific Role Profile The specific role profile provides key information relating to the salary and working conditions e.g. location of a job, along with the current focus of the job role and a brief description of the main duties. Role Details Job Title: Senior Field Technician JEID E0059 Salary Grade: F Team: Archaeology Warwickshire Service Area: Heritage and Environment Primary Location: Montague Road Political Restriction This position is not politically restricted. Responsible to: Project officers and Senior Archaeologists Responsible for: Students and volunteers Role Purpose To undertake archaeological excavations, surveys and watching briefs Role Responsibilities Archaeological excavation: Under the direction of senior staff, to assist with archaeological projects. Work will involve supervision of machinery, hand excavation using shovel, wheelbarrow, trowel etc, followed by recording, photography, planning, section drawing, environmental sampling. When necessary, to supervise students and volunteers, under the overall direction of Field Officers; Archaeological survey and fieldwalking: Under the direction of senior staff, to undertake fieldwalking, earthwork, geophysical, walkover and building surveys; Archaeological salvage recording and watching briefs: Under the direction of senior staff, to carry out archaeological watching briefs and salvage recording and write brief reports on this work; Post-excavation and finds processing: Under the direction of senior staff, to undertake processing of finds and samples, cataloguing of artefacts, samples and photographs, preparation of databases and project archives; Other duties: To participate in the presentation and promotion of the work of the team. 34173410_e0059_job_description_senior_field_technician.doc Page 2 of 4 Section B: Person Specification The person specification provides a list of essential and desirable criteria (skills and competencies) that a candidate should have in order to perform the job. Each of the criteria listed below will be measured through; the application form (A), a test / exercise (T), an interview (I), a presentation (P) or documentation (D). Essential Criteria Assessed By: Good general education and knowledge of British archaeology A Hand excavation and site planning skills A/D Understanding and experience of principal sources and information resources A/D Significant excavation /post-excavation experience A/D Experience of computers, including databases and word-processing A/D Knowledge and understanding of basic principles of project planning I Experience of archaeological photography A/D Experience of survey equipment (EDM, total station or GPS) A/D Experience of archaeological site recording, artefact recovery, sampling and processing procedures A/D Ability to undertake archaeological observation and salvage recording (including monitoring of contractors’ plant) without constant direct supervision and to write short reports A/D Experience of use of aerial photographs I Knowledge of CIfA and other archaeological standards I Ability to work either unsupervised or in a team I Flexible approach to working arrangements I Willingness to work outdoors in all weathers I Ability and willingness to travel in order to undertake the duties of the job I The physical abilities to carry out the duties as set out in the job description I Desirable Criteria Assessed By: Degree or equivalent in archaeology or other related subject D Membership of CIfA at PIfA level D Knowledge/experience of computer surveying and/or GIS software A Knowledge of / interest in wider IT issues A Knowledge/ experience of other non-intrusive fieldwork techniques, including fieldwalking, geophysical, earthwork and building surveys A 34173410_e0059_job_description_senior_field_technician.doc Page 3 of 4 Section C: Working Conditions The working conditions relate to those non-contractual elements of the job that may impact on the holder of the position, as well as those workplace-based responsibilities that are part of this job. These are not contractual but provide a guide to the working conditions and the potential hazards and risks that may be faced. Health & Safety at Work To take responsibility for your own health, safety and wellbeing, and undertake health and safety duties and responsibilities for your role as specified within Warwickshire County Councils Health and Safety Policy, and all other relevant health and safety policies, arrangements, procedures, systems of work as specified for the post/ role. Potential Hazards & Risks The potential significant hazard(s) and risk(s) for this job are identified below (those ticked). The purpose of recording this information on the job description is so that the health status of the potential and actual post-holders can be assessed with regard to the significant hazards and risks. These hazards and risks should be based on the appropriate activity, process and/or operation risk assessment whereby all of the significant risks are identified, recorded and appropriately controlled. The list below is therefore not an exhaustive list because it is the risk assessment that details all significant risks that could arise out of or in connection with the work activity, but any others will be identified in the ‘other’ section. Provision of personal care on a regular basis Driving HGV or LGV for work x Regular manual handling (which includes assisting, manoeuvring, pushing and pulling) of people (including pupils) or objects Any other frequent driving or prolonged driving at work activities (e.g. long journeys driving own private vehicle or WCC vehicle for work purposes) Working at height/ using ladders on a regular/ repetitive basis Restricted postural change – prolonged sitting x Lone working on a regular basis xRestricted postural change – prolonged standing Night work x Regular/repetitive bending/ squatting/ kneeling/crouching Rotating shift work Manual cleaning/ domestic duties Working on/ or near a road x Regular work outdoors Significant use of computers (display screen equipment) Work with vulnerable children or vulnerable adults Undertaking repetitive tasks Working with challenging behaviours Continual telephone use (call centres) Regular work with skin irritants/ allergens Work requiring hearing protection (exposure to noise above action levels) Regular work with respiratory irritants/ allergens (exposure to dust, fumes, chemicals, fibres) Work requiring respirators or masks Work with vibrating tools/ machinery Work involving food handling Work with waste, refuse Potential exposure to blood or bodily fluids Face-to-face contact with members of the public Other (please specify): 34173410_e0059_job_description_senior_field_technician.doc Page 4 of 4keinewenigja 
lecturer classics and ancient historyUnited Kingdom:GBExeterUniv. of Exeter  Lehre und Forschung1nein12Vollzeit 3906739067 2017-04-17 https://jobs.exeter.ac.uk/hrpr_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID%3d281265I7kP%1BUSESSION=24FF4815B5D749F4BF037BC7A29F96D7&WVID=3817591jNg&LANG=USA Job title     Lecturer in Classics & Ancient History (E&S) Job reference     P56569 Date posted     14/03/2017 Application closing date     17/04/2017 Location     Exeter Salary     The salary will be from £33,943 per annum pro-rata within the Grade F band (£33,943 - £38,183) Package     Generous holiday allowances, flexible working, pension scheme and relocation package (if applicable). Job category/type     Academic Job description     College of Humanities - Classics & Ancient History          The University of Exeter is a Russell Group university that combines world-class research with very high levels of student satisfaction. Exeter has over 21,000 students from more than 130 different countries and is in the top 1% of universities in the world with 98% of its research rated as being of international quality. Our research focuses on some of the most fundamental issues facing humankind today.          The College wishes to recruit a Lecturer in Classics (Education and Scholarship) to support the delivery of Classics, Classical Studies and Ancient History programmes. This full-time post is available from 1st September 2017 until 30th June 2018.          The post will include teaching a portfolio of modules at UG and PGT level, probably including Greek and Roman Drama and Latin III.          The successful applicant will possess sufficient breadth or depth of specialist and core knowledge in the discipline, demonstrated by a PhD or equivalent in Classics to develop teaching programmes, and teach and support learning in this academic area. They will use a range of delivery techniques to enthuse and engage students. They will participate in and develop external networks, for example to contribute to student recruitment, secure student placements, facilitate outreach work, generate income, obtain consultancy projects, or build relationships for future activities.          The successful applicant will have evidence of excellent teaching identified by peer review and have made an impact at discipline programme level beyond their own teaching. The applicant will also be able to demonstrate the following qualities and characteristics: a strong record of research, or with demonstrable potential to attract funding, teamwork skills to work in collaboration with existing group members, an active and supportive approach to inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary research that will help to foster interactions and links both within the University and externally, the attitude and ability to engage in continuous professional development, the aptitude to develop familiarity with a variety of strategies to promote and assess learning and enthusiasm for delivering undergraduate programmes. Staff at this level are expected to work towards Fellow of the HEA status and to attend formal CPD relating to this.                   For further information please contact Prof Rebecca Langlands, e-mail r.langlands@ex.ac.uk or telephone (01392) 724393.          The University offers some fantastic benefits including generous holiday entitlements, options for flexible working, an onsite gym, parking and a stunning campus environment in the heart of Exeter. Take a look at our careers site (www.exeter.ac.uk/working) for more information. Our Exeter Academic initiative supports high performing academics to achieve their potential and develop their career.          The University of Exeter is an equal opportunity employer which is 'Positive about Disabled People'. Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce.PhDwenignein 
field officers, techniciansUnited Kingdom:GBWarwickWarwickshire Council  Feldforschung ja Vollzeit372333728930 2017-04-17 https://www.wmjobs.co.uk/job/13846/senior-field-technician/ https://www.wmjobs.co.uk/job/13845/archaeological-project-officer/ Recruiter     Warwickshire County Council Location     Montague Road, Warwick Salary     £22,658 - £24,964 per annum (from April 2017) Posted     17 Mar 2017 Closes     17 Apr 2017 Job Ref     WARW000003202 Sector     Local Councils Job Type     Community, Museum / Galleries / Culture Contract Type     Full time permanent Working Pattern     Standard Hours     Full-Time Site     Internal/Redeployment, Internal, Redeployment, wmjobs.co.uk 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. The Role 37.0 Hours per Week We are looking for skilled, motivated, and mobile archaeologists with significant experience in a wide range of British archaeology to lead on fieldwork projects, and undertake post-excavation, report writing and archiving, to the appropriate CIfA standards. Key Requirements Degree in Archaeology or equivalent qualification. Considerable experience of a range of field and post-excavation projects at a supervisory level including sole or major responsibility for specific areas of projects. Good general knowledge of British Archaeology. Excellent written communication skills, including ability to write clear reports. Ability to present the work of the group to both specialist and non-specialist audiences. Ability to manage own work, and that of others, to meet agreed programmes and budgets. Ability to travel effectively throughout the County. A flexible approach to working arrangements and a positive attitude to change. Additional Information & How to apply For further information about the role please contact Stuart Palmer on (01926) 412278 or stuartpalmer@warwickshire.gov.uk Our method of application is online. If you are unable to apply using the 'Apply for this job' link please contact the Recruitment Centre. You will be notified of our shortlisting decision via email,  so please check your email and WMJobs account on a regular basis after submitting your application. Telephone:01926 418125 Email: recruitment@warwickshire.gov.uk Please note that all applications must be received on an application form. We do not accept CV's and do not keep CV's on file unless part of an application. Closing Date - 17th April Interviews - 30th April ************************************************************* Recruiter     Warwickshire County Council Location     Montague Road, Warwick Salary     £20,138 per annum (from April 2017) Posted     17 Mar 2017 Closes     17 Apr 2017 Job Ref     WARW000003204 Sector     Local Councils Job Type     Community, Museum / Galleries / Culture Contract Type     Full time permanent Working Pattern     Standard Hours     Full-Time Site     Internal/Redeployment, Internal, Redeployment, wmjobs.co.uk 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. The Role 37.0 Hours per Week We are looking for experienced and mobile archaeologists to undertake excavations, surveys, watching briefs and post-excavation duties to the appropriate CIfA standards. Key Requirements Good general education and knowledge of British archaeology Hand excavation and site planning skills Significant excavation /post-excavation experience Experience of computers, including databases and word-processing Knowledge and understanding of basic principles of project planning Experience of archaeological photography Experience of survey equipment (EDM, total station or GPS) Experience of archaeological site recording, artefact recovery, sampling and processing procedures Ability to undertake archaeological observation and salvage recording (including monitoring of contractors’ plant) without constant direct supervision and to write short reports Experience of use of aerial photographs Knowledge of CIfA and other archaeological standards Ability to work either unsupervised or in a team Flexible approach to working arrangements Willingness to work outdoors in all weathers Ability and willingness to travel in order to undertake the duties of the job Additional Information & How to apply For further information about the role please contact Stuart Palmer - Business Manager on (01926) 412278 or stuartpalmer@warwickshire.gov.uk Our method of application is online. If you are unable to apply using the 'Apply for this job' link please contact the Recruitment Centre. You will be notified of our shortlisting decision via email,  so please check your email and WMJobs account on a regular basis after submitting your application. Telephone:01926 418125 Email: recruitment@warwickshire.gov.uk Please note that all applications must be received on an application form. We do not accept CV's and do not keep CV's on file unless part of an application. Closing Date - 17th April Interviews - 27th AprilBAwenigjaCSCS card holders Desirable attributes include CIfA membership, SSSTS accreditation and First Aid qualifications.
project staffUnited Kingdom:GBEnglandMOLA  Sonstiges3ja Vollzeit 2229941068 2017-04-17 http://www.mola.org.uk/careers http://www.mola.org.uk/project-manager-northampton-or-london-based http://www.mola.org.uk/project-officer-northampton-1 http://www.mola.org.uk/project-supervisor-northampton-2 Project Supervisor - Northampton £22,500 to £26,000 per annum (depending on experience) Permanent contract The Role MOLA Northampton is continuing to grow at a fast pace and we are looking to recruit suitably qualified people for the role of Project Supervisor on permanent contracts to be based from the Northampton office.  We have a number of varied and exciting projects of all scales due to start imminently as well as a continuing involvement in the A14 upgrade scheme. Our expertise is being sought across infrastructure, residential and commercial developments across the central, eastern and southern counties. We are offering a highly competitive salary for the right candidate, preferably an experienced Archaeological Supervisor, but we would also look favourably on someone with a minimum of two years commercial experience as a Site Assistant who is ready to take that next step on the career ladder.  You will need to demonstrate a solid understanding of British archaeology, and have a highly developed archaeological skill set combined with excellent written and verbal communication skills. The ability to guide and motivate others is essential.  For those without sufficient experience at this level, but with a demonstrable ability to progress and succeed, a programme of mentoring and formal training is available. MOLA Northampton is expanding in all departments to meet this need and is searching for dynamic, motivated and experienced individuals to be a part of a highly successful team. MOLA Northampton have a policy of mentoring and training staff at all levels in order to develop individual capability and enhance career prospects. The following criteria are essential:     Degree level education in a relevant subject or substantial practical experience     Substantial archaeological field work experience on sites of various periods and types     Experience and understanding of UK commercial archaeology     Excellent prioritisation/organisational skills     Ability to drive and prepared to travel throughout the UK sometimes at short notice The following criteria are desirable:     Experience of supervising archaeological projects     Experience of the preparation of grey literature and other reports     Experience in managing small to medium sized teams     An in-depth understanding of a specialist area, for example knowledge of historic  documents, buildings,  illustration, processing of topographic, field-walking and geophysical survey results and IT applications     Health & Safety, town planning and other legislation relating to archaeology and the design of archaeological projects Employee Benefits     Proficiency based pay progression     30 days annual leave (including bank holidays), rising based on service length     Company pension scheme     Free health care cash plan (including dependent children)     Subsidy for relevant professional memberships     Cycle Scheme     Childcare vouchers     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, flexible working hours if required, and a generous benefits package. For more information and to apply, please refer to the application documents below which include the application form and job description. The closing date for applications is Monday17th April at 23:59. Please note: Early applications are advised as interviews will be held throughout the application process. Please ensure you complete an application form and submit your CV. Applications made without an application form will not be considered. Please send all applications to narecruitment@mola.org.uk. All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement. MOLA is an equal opportunities employer Job Description ob Description ob Description ob Description ob Description ob Description ob Description ob Description - Project Project Project Project Project Supervisor SupervisorSupervisorSupervisorSupervisor Supervisor JOB TITLE Project Supervisor DEPARTMENT MOLA Northampton LOCATION MOLA Northampton Office and projects as required MOLA GRADE MOLA Grade 2.3 CONTRACT TYPE Permanent (subject to a 6 month probationary period) HOURS 37.5 hours per week. Up to 40 hours can be required. Flexibility with working hours will be required RESPONSIBLE TO Project Managers/Project Officers RESPONSIBLE FOR Project Assistants, volunteers and assigned contractors OVERALL JOB PURPOSE  Assist Project Managers/Project Officers in the implementation of projects in the field as necessary  Project Supervisors will be responsible for medium or large projects or substantial components of larger projects  To be responsible for the day-to-day supervision of up to 10 Project Assistants on an archaeological project and to carry out associated administrative duties  To be responsible for the documentation of an archaeological project in accordance with MOLA standards and procedures  To assist with the design and successful completion of a project within budget and agreed timescale KEY TASKS  To work in accordance with the requirements of the MOLA Health and Safety Policy  To supervise and undertake archaeological projects, including watching briefs, field evaluations, excavations, geophysical, topographical, field walking and earthwork surveys and post-excavation work, in accordance with MOLA policies, procedures and standards  To direct the work of a multi-disciplinary project team and to provide members of the team with appropriate encouragement, guidance and feedback on that work in accordance with relevant project documentation and MOLA procedures  To assist the Project Manager and, if applicable, a Project Officer in the successful completion of archaeological projects within time and budget and to the required standard  To ensure that site records and summaries are lodged with the Archive team in accordance with MOLA procedures  To contribute to and support positive morale within teams  To be professional and polite at all times and to uphold the standards, values and reputation of MOLA in all team, client and public interactions  Other duties appropriate to the post as may be required WORKING CONDITIONS  Physically demanding work on sites  Some work in inclement weather  Some work away from base (for which, overnight accommodation will be provided) NB This job description should not be taken as an exhaustive description of the role and is, rather, indicative of the types of responsibility covered by this job. Post holders will be required to carry out such other work as is required by MOLA as long as this is reasonable and commensurate with the nature of the post held. Assessment Method Code: AF – Application Form I – Interview T - Test Person SpecificationPerson Specification Person Specification Person SpecificationPerson Specification Person Specification Person SpecificationPerson SpecificationPerson Specification Person Specification - Project Supervisor Project SupervisorProject Supervisor Project Supervisor Project SupervisorProject SupervisorProject SupervisorProject SupervisorProject Supervisor Project Supervisor ESSENTIAL ASSES METHOD DESIRABLE ASSES METHOD QUALIFICATIONS  Degree level education in a relevant subject or substantial practical experience AF  Post-graduate qualification in a relevant subject  Academic qualification in Archaeology or equivalent AF AF DRIVING LICENCE  Full, clean UK driving licence or valid equivalent AF PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP  Associate membership of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) AF EXPERIENCE & KNOWLEDGE  Substantial archaeological field work experience on sites of various periods and types  Experience and understanding of UK commercial archaeology AF / I AF / I  Supervision of archaeological projects  Preparation of grey literature and other reports  Preparation of project designs/method statements  Preparation of desk-based assessments  Experience in managing small to medium sized teams  Able to offer specialism’s e.g. knowledge of historic documents, buildings, illustration, processing of topographic, field-walking and geophysical survey results and IT applications AF / I AF / I AF / I AF / I AF / I AF / I SKILLS & COMPETENCIES  Excellent prioritisation and organisational skills  Excellent English language communication skills both written and oral  Numerate  Ability to work under pressure  Skills in people management  Ability to drive and prepared to travel throughout the UK sometimes at short notice  Understanding and experience of Health & Safety  Commercial awareness  An understanding of diversity and how it relates to the role. I / T I / T I / T I / T I / T I / T I / T I / T  Knowledge of the archaeology of the Midlands, Eastern England and surrounding Counties  Health & Safety, town planning and other legislation relating to archaeology and the design of archaeological projects  Understanding of construction processes  CSCS card I I I AF / I ******************************************************* Project Officer - Northampton £26,800 to £30,000 (Salary dependent on experience) Permanent Based in Northampton We are looking for Project Officers to join our expanding team in Northampton during a period of sustained business growth based from either the Northampton or London office. We have a diverse and interesting portfolio of exciting projects throughout the UK and an expanding client base. The role will be based in the MOLA Northampton office and at project sites as required, so a level of flexibility to work away is required. The role: The Project Officer will be responsible for medium to large projects primarily involving excavation and post-fieldwork analysis, reporting and publication but could also include evaluation, survey work and building recording. The successful candidate will have proven extensive and relevant experience within commercial archaeology. The post holder will have good prioritising and organisational skills in running archaeological fieldwork and post-excavation projects with an ability to work to fixed timescales and deadlines. They will be able to provide evidence of clarity in both written and spoken communication and be able to liaise effectively with colleagues, clients and planning archaeologists.  A sound understanding of archaeological project costing and budgets is required. The ideal person will already be working in at least a project supervisory capacity and this could provide an ideal opportunity for someone looking move to the next stage of their career. Training and mentoring would be provided for the right candidate with the ambition to move their career forward as part of MOLA’s commitment to staff development. Membership of the CIfA is preferred at AIFA level or above. A full clean driving licence is essential for this role as regular travel will be required. 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), pro-rata, rising based on service length     Company pension scheme     Free health care cash plan (including dependent children)     Subsidy for relevant professional memberships     Cycle Scheme     Childcare vouchers     Free access to many of London’s museums and galleries (excluding ticketed events) MOLA are committed to staff training and development and have a policy of mentoring and training for staff at all levels in order to develop individual capability and enhance career prospects. For inofrmation about the role and how to apply, please download job description and application form below. Applications without an application form will not be considered.  Please state clearly on your application form which position you are applying for. The closing date for applications is Monday 17th April at 23:59. Please send all applications to narecruitment@mola.org.uk Please note: Early applications are advised as interviews will be held throughout the application process. All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement. 1 Job Description Job DescriptionJob Description Job Description Job DescriptionJob Description Job Description - Project Project Project Project Project OfficerOfficer Officer JOB TITLE Project Officer DEPARTMENT MOLA Northampton LOCATION The post is mainly based in Northampton. Flexibility with travel will be required including regular travel to sites as required CONTRACT TYPE Permanent (subject to 6 month probationary period) MOLA GRADE MOLA Grade 2.2 WORKING HOURS 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday. Up to 40 hours can be required. Flexibility with working hours required RESPONSIBLE TO Project Managers and Senior Project Managers RESPONSIBLE FOR Management of designated team of Site Assistants, Project Supervisors and Senior Project Supervisors OVERALL JOB PURPOSE  Responsible for the day-to-day management of medium to large archaeological field projects of all types.  To manage and develop teams you are responsible for.  To ensure professional standards of work are maintained and projects are completed to time and budget.  To complete post-excavation analysis and reporting on projects undertaken in a timely manner and to the highest professional standard.  To help develop methods of project initiation, execution and delivery. KEY RESULT AREAS  To carry out the duties of a Project Officer for assigned MOLA projects  To be responsible for the day-to-day planning and supervision of specific projects and teams and to carry out associated administrative duties where this element is relevant  To complete post-excavation work to all agreed industry standards with the given budget and time frame  Comply with MOLA line management policies to manage and develop assigned field team members. Relevant policies include Health & Safety, absence management, performance development and appraisal MOLA Code of Conduct, management of chargeability, timesheet compliance.  Provide professional guidance, mentoring and on the job training for members of the post-holder’s own team and for those assigned to the post-holder’s projects  Ensure that assigned staff comply with all Operational and Health & Safety policies and procedures  Develop capability and procedures within the field team to enhance the commercial performance and academic standing of MOLA  Develop and maintain links with relevant professional bodies. 2 N.B. This job description should not be taken as an exhaustive description of the role and is, rather, indicative of the types of responsibility covered by this job. Post holders will be required to carry out such other work as is required by MOLA as long as this is reasonable and commensurate with the nature of the post held. KEY RESULT AREAS Cont. Where responsibility for day-to-day project management is held:  Ensure the efficient capture and retrieval of complete and accurate project records  Facilitate the rapid and efficient completion of the project programme for field and post excavation work to budget  Be the principal day to day link between MOLA and its clients and subcontractors  As required on site, to liaise with and maintain links with clients and their agents and/or subcontractors, planning and statutory authorities, including curatorial staff, external suppliers, heritage organisations including English Heritage and others in accordance with the best interests of MOLA  To ensure that project results are made available to the relevant people, providing feedback to project managers, project teams and other staff as necessary  To monitor the progress of a project against agreed and documented time and budget targets while ensuring appropriate quality standards are maintained;  To liaise with Project Managers and Senior Project Managers to enable appropriate project resourcing  To ensure that reporting is complete and checked according to the quality control process before it is issued  To ensure that the complete and checked project archive is delivered to the Archive Team at the completion of the analysis/publication phase  To publish material from selected projects in the appropriate journal or publication. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES  Keep MOLA and client data confidential at all times  To contribute to and support positive morale within teams  To be professional and polite at all times and to uphold the standards, values and reputation of MOLA in all team, client and public interactions  Other duties appropriate to the post as may be required WORKING CONDITIONS  Physically demanding work on sites.  Requires extensive DSE / computer / keyboard work.  On nominated projects you will be required to work 40 hours per week. SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES This job will inevitably involve frequent travel between MOLA Northampton Office and client sites including working away across the UK. 3 Assessment Method Code: AF – Application Form I – Interview T -Test Person SpecificationPerson Specification Person Specification Person SpecificationPerson Specification Person Specification Person SpecificationPerson SpecificationPerson Specification Person Specification - Project Project Project Project OfficerOfficer OfficerOfficer ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE ASSES METHOD QUALIFICATIONS  Degree level education in a relevant subject or substantial practical experience  Post-graduate qualification in a relevant subject  Qualified First Aider (Appointed person), or willingness to train  Qualification in the supervision of H&S; Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) AF (all) DRIVING LICENCE  Full, clean UK driving licence or valid equivalent and willingness to drive company vehicles AF PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP  ACIfA (or commitment to apply upon joining)  MCifA; Membership of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists AF EXPERIENCE & KNOWLEDGE  Significant supervisory experience  Demonstrable excellence in archaeological excavation method and practice  Significant experience in archaeological report writing at all levels  In depth understanding of health and safety issues and considerations in archaeology  Demonstrable experience in delivering effective training  Experience of working under time and budget pressures  Ability to develop the business, through creating strong links with clients and other parties  Desire to contribute to the development of MOLA’s commercial success and academic standing  Supervisory experience of at least 2 major successful projects  Experience of producing project designs and other project start up systems  Understanding of the construction process, including CDM regulations  An in depth specialist knowledge of a particular area of archaeology for example (but not confined to) urban archaeology, landscape studies and building recording, period specialisation  Creativity in designing and implementing improved processes AF (all) SKILLS & COMPETENCIES  Strong interpersonal and influencing skills  Excellent organisational and an ability to work under pressure  Excellent communication skills (written and spoken)  Proven ability to represent the organisation in dealings with external clients  Highly numerate  Sound archaeological judgment  Willingness to be trained in and implement MOLA line management policies  Strong team-working skills  Knowledge of the archaeology of the Midlands, Eastern England and surrounding Counties  Health & Safety, town planning and other legislation relating to archaeology and the design of archaeological projects  Understanding of construction processes  CSCS card AF / I / T (all) Technical & written skills will be tested during selection *************************************************************** Project Manager - Northampton or London based Pay range: £30,000 to £35000 pa, permanent contract Based in Northampton or London MOLA Northampton are looking for Project Managers to join our expanding team during a period of sustained business growth based from either the Northampton or London office. We have a diverse and interesting portfolio of exciting projects throughout the UK and an expanding client base. As one of the leading archaeological contracting organisations in the UK, MOLA offers continued career progression within the organisation, and the opportunity to expand and develop personal and professional skills into all aspects of archaeological practice. The Role The successful candidate will be expected to tender for and procure new business.  They will be expected to manage a range of archaeological fieldwork and post-excavation projects simultaneously whilst ensuring delivery within set timescales and budgets.  Maintaining quality standards and safe working practices are essential.  The post offers the opportunity to contribute to the continued growth of the business and MOLA’s ongoing programme of innovation and expansion as part of a dynamic and forward-looking organisation. Professional experience Ideally candidates would have demonstrable experience of successfully tendering for and managing projects from initiation to completion.  However, this role could also provide an ideal opportunity for someone looking move into project management.  Training and mentoring would be provided by the senior management team for the right candidate with the ambition to move their career forward as part of MOLA’s commitment to career development.  Membership of CIfA at Associate or Member grade is preferred.  A full clean driving licence is essential for this role as regular travel will be required. Personal qualities Candidates should have excellent communication skills, the ability to manage their own workload and prioritise accordingly, together with a solid background in archaeological team management and project delivery.  The successful candidate will be able to motivate, empower and inspire project teams and be able to build productive and professional relationships with all our partners across the sector including clients, consultants, other contractors and curators.  Good problem solving skills and the ability to work as part of multi-disciplinary teams are essential. 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), pro-rata, rising based on service length     Company pension scheme     Free health care cash plan (including dependent children)     Subsidy for relevant professional memberships     Cycle Scheme     Childcare vouchers     Season interest-free travel loan     Free access to many of London’s museums and galleries (excluding ticketed events)     Subsidised CIfA Subscriptions MOLA have a policy of mentoring and training for staff at all levels in order to develop individual capability and enhance career prospects. For more information and to apply, please refer to the application documents below which include the application form and job description. Applications without an application form will not be considered.  Please state clearly on your application form which position you are applying for. The closing date for applications is Monday 17th April at 23:59. Please send all applications to narecruitment@mola.org.uk Please note: Early applications are advised as interviews will be held throughout the application process. All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement. 1 Job Description Job DescriptionJob Description Job Description Job DescriptionJob Description Job Description - Project ManagerProject ManagerProject ManagerProject Manager Project Manager Project ManagerProject ManagerProject Manager Project Manager JOB TITLE Project Manager DEPARTMENT MOLA Northampton LOCATION Northampton or London office base with regular travel between either sites WORKING HOURS 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday. Up to 40 hours can be required. Flexibility with working hours required CONTRACT TYPE Permanent (subject to a 6 month probationary period) MOLA GRADE MOLA Grade 1b.1 RESPONSIBLE TO Senior Project Managers and/or Director MOLA Northampton RESPONSIBLE FOR Project Officers, Project Supervisors and other staff as directed OVERALL JOB PURPOSE  The purpose of this role is to work closely with Senior Project Managers in the tender, design and delivery of archaeological projects in accordance with agreed business development target and compliance with all local, regional, national and professional standards  To manage and complete archaeological contracts from initiation to publication in accordance with agreed business development targets  To manage the execution of contracts so as to meet client requirements and underpin MOLA’s reputation as a leading commercial archaeological organisation KEY RELATIONSHIPS  Senior Project Manager, Clients, Project Staff and Finance KEY RESULT AREAS LEADERSHIP & PEOPLE MANAGEMENT  To support Senior Project Managers in motivating and managing multi-disciplinary project teams.  To line manage teams and support career development, training and appraisal needs  To motivate and inspire multi-disciplinary project teams to carry out thoughtful, focused work, procuring services from within service teams and externally as required  Mentor staff and provide guidance as necessary to meet project goals and develop skill sets within the MOLA personal development programme  Provide timely and constructive feedback on performance against project goals to project staff  Provide high quality training and advice to staff at all levels in both fieldwork practice and post excavation analysis  To act as the Subject Matter Expert for projects under your direction both in the field and in post-excavation analysis PROJECT DELIVERY  To plan, manage and complete archaeological projects and take action to ensure that chargeability and profitability targets are achieved and that appropriate academic, technical and quality standards are met  To work with other members of the Project Management Team, provide cover and support as required, and contribute to the sharing of best practice and lessons learned at project completion 2 N.B. This job description should not be taken as an exhaustive description of the role and is, rather, indicative of the types of responsibility covered by this job. Post holders will be required to carry out such other work as is required by MOLA as long as this is reasonable and commensurate with the nature of the post held. KEY RESULT AREAS Cont.  Ensure projects are adequately resourced and scheduled  Manage and coordinate concurrent fieldwork and post excavation programmes, ensuring timely completion, standards compliance and client satisfaction  Develop and maintain excellent working relationships with clients, consultants and curatorial archaeologists  To prepare all project documentation to the agreed standards  To ensure project momentum to publication, archive and financial completion BUSINESS PLANNING & FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT  To tender for commercial archaeological projects and ensure that all such tenders and project proposals are priced and planned such that they meet defined profit margin, professional standards, and are fit for client purpose within the competitive tendering framework  To review financial management information regarding projects regularly  To maintain project, financial and other data in systems as necessary  To invoice clients promptly on relevant projects in a timely manner and complete all invoicing to MOLA’s Finance schedule  To comply with the MOLA new business acceptance procedure overseen by a Senior Manager NEW BUSINESS  To work with the Senior Management Team to grow the business through the development of new clients and to win profitable contracts  To strengthen relationships with clients and pursue revenue targets in fulfilment of the business plan  To support innovation and opportunities  To represent MOLA in a range of areas including with key clients, the public, heritage organisations, local authorities and elsewhere  To contribute to MOLA Northampton Management Team goals for business development, professional standards and project logistical overview HEALTH AND SAFETY  To work in accordance with the requirements of the MOLA Health & Safety Policy  To produce and maintain project specific RAMS to assess and mitigate risk as part of the MOLA H&S strategy SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES This role will be based at either location in Northampton or London and regular travel between both sites will be expected. Continuous Professional Development MOLA is committed to providing CPD for the successful candidate. We expect all employees to undertake available training and research to enhance personal knowledge, skills and experience. 3 Person SpecificationPerson Specification Person Specification Person SpecificationPerson Specification Person Specification Person SpecificationPerson SpecificationPerson Specification Person Specification - Project Manager Project ManagerProject Manager Project Manager Project Manager Project ManagerProject Manager ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE ASSESS - METHOD QUALIFICATIONS  Bachelor’s degree in a related subject or equivalent experience  Accredited Project Management Qualification  Postgraduate qualification in relevant discipline.  Qualification in the management of health and safety eg SMSTS AF (all) DRIVING LICENCE  Full, clean UK (Category B) driving licence or valid equivalent AF PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP  MCIfA (or commitment to apply upon joining) AF EXPERIENCE & KNOWLEDGE  Substantial experience as an archaeological project officer  Experience of effective planning and delivery of commercial archaeological projects  Knowledge of the commercial archaeology market and its relevance to professional project delivery  Experience of implementing effective, professional and dynamic excavation, analysis and reporting strategies  Demonstrable skills in report writing and publication  Sound knowledge of current professional guidance, specialist literature and legislation relating to all elements of archaeological fieldwork  Good understanding of health and safety law and its application to commercial archaeology  Experience of day to day management of staff within projects  Experience of operating in a competitive commercial environment  Experience of costing and bidding for archaeological or similar project work  Previous experience in a management or supervisory role  Experience within a multi-disciplinary project environment managing projects  Experience of preparing quotations and tender documents for archaeological projects  Specialist knowledge relevant to the management role AF / I (all) SKILLS & COMPETENCIES  Demonstrable commitment to the commercial success of past / current employer organisations  An understanding of the principles of diversity and an active commitment to the principles of workforce diversification  An effective, concise, and confident written and verbal communicator  Excellent people skills and an ability to motivate and inspire confidence in others  Detailed knowledge of an archaeological specialism such as a specific period or site type; or artefact/ecofact; or use of new technology  Detailed knowledge of archaeological survey methods and software packages used in analysis of archaeological data  Experience in delivering effective training in both fieldwork and post excavation strategy AF / I (all) Technical skills may be tested during selection 4 Assessment Method Code: AF – Application Form I – Interview SKILLS & COMPETENCIES cont.  Strong planning and organisation skills including the ability to prioritise effectively  Ability to accurately assess project requirements in terms of resources and timescales  Ability to plan and organise work schedules for yourself and your team  Excellent numerical ability and full competence in MS Office products and project management systems  Positive attitude, flexible, change orientated and outputs/results focussed  Ability to rapidly absorb and assess complex data sets to identify key issues and implement appropriate solutions  Ability to act as a Subject Matter Expert, providing credible advice on relevant project requirements both internally and externally  Proven ability to mentor staff as part of a coherent development programme  Experience of generating innovative solutions to changing business needs  Experience of contributing to broader company management strategies  Experience of effective and innovative communication of archaeological results to a non-specialist audience AF / I (all) Technical skills may be tested during selection ********************************************************BAerfahrenjaCIfA membership preferred
arch. archives assistantUnited Kingdom:GBNorthamptonMOLA  Denkmalpflege1ja Vollzeit402229925233 2017-04-17 http://www.mola.org.uk/careers http://www.mola.org.uk/archaeological-archives-assistant-northampton Archaeological Archives Assistant - Northampton £19,000 - £21,500 (dependent upon experience) Permanent contract, full time. MOLA Northampton is continuing to grow at a fast pace and we are looking for a suitably experienced person to join our expanding team in Northampton during a period of sustained business growth. We have a diverse and interesting portfolio of exciting projects throughout the UK and an expanding client base.  We are looking for an individual to join our Archives Team who is both organised and thorough. Your role will be to assist the Senior Archaeological Archivist in amalgamating both paper and finds archives, selecting digital material and preparing archives for deposition with relevant Museums. The job holder would be involved in all stages of archive preparation; from initial liaison with field teams in order to ensure an excellent field record, through to the final check to ensure that the archive meets both individual county and national standards. You will be able to work with care, accuracy and attention to detail and be able to organize work effectively, manage priorities and meet deadlines. You will work well both independently and as part of a team. You will have good general IT skills including use of email, internet and the Microsoft Office suite of programmes.  Some database knowledge, particularly in Microsoft Access, would also be useful. The role requires the ability to undertake light manual work such as lifting and carrying boxes and pushing trolleys. You will be a well organised and self-motivated person, ideally with experience of handling archaeological records and working with archaeological archive storage systems, although applicants who can demonstrate relevant experience in other similar disciplines will also be considered. 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), pro-rata, rising based on service length     Company pension scheme     Free health care cash plan (including dependent children)     Subsidy for relevant professional memberships including CIfA     Cycle Scheme     Childcare vouchers     As part of the MOLA group, free access to many of London’s museums and galleries (excluding ticketed events) MOLA are committed to staff training and development and have a policy of mentoring and training for staff at all levels in order to develop individual capability and enhance career prospects. For more infromation about the role and how to apply please download the job description and an application form below. Applications without an application form will not be considered.  Please state clearly on your application form which position you are applying for. Applications should be submitted electronically to NArecruitment@mola.org.uk . The closing date is Monday April 17th 2017 at 23:59. Please note that selection will happen on an ongoing basis and therefore early applications are appreciated. All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement. Job Description Job Description Job Description Job Description Job Description Job Description Job Description Job Description - Archaeological Archives AssisArchaeological Archives AssisArchaeological Archives AssisArchaeological Archives AssisArchaeological Archives Assis Archaeological Archives AssisArchaeological Archives Assis Archaeological Archives Assis Archaeological Archives AssisArchaeological Archives AssisArchaeological Archives AssisArchaeological Archives Assis Archaeological Archives AssisArchaeological Archives Assis Archaeological Archives Assistanttant tant JOB TITLE Archaeological Archives Assistant LOCATION Northampton Office(s) DEPARTMENT MOLA Northampton - Archives CONTRACT TYPE Permanent (subject to a 6 month probationary period) MOLA GRADE 3.2 HOURS OF WORK Monday to Friday 37.5 hours per week. Up to 40 hours can be required. Flexibility with working hours will be required. RESPONSIBLE TO Senior Archaeological Archivist / Finds and Archives Officer/ Post-Excavation Manager OVERALL JOB PURPOSE To assist the Senior Archaeological Archivist in processing archaeological archives (backlog and current, both documentary and finds) according to national and individual county standards and prepare them for final deposition with the relevant county Museums. KEY TASKS  To organise a work schedule with the Senior Archaeological Archivist and the Finds and Archives Officer for the deposition of each county’s archives.  To liaise with Team Leaders and Project Managers throughout this process in order to maintain the integrity of the records.  To help ensure that archiving procedures are followed during the lifetime of each project.  To liaise with the Environmental Supervisor in order to obtain ecofacts for the finds archives.  To provide indexes of both documentary and finds archives and undertake the necessary checks and labelling prior to final deposition.  To prepare documentary archives for microfilming (a requirement for a number of counties) as well as scanning (a requirement for most counties).  To negotiate with landowners in order to obtain the transfer of title for the finds archives in advance of deposition.  To assist project assistants and work-experience students during post-excavation tasks (both on documentary and finds archives) GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES  Keep MOLA and client data confidential at all times  To contribute to and support positive morale within teams  To be professional and polite at all times and to uphold the standards, values and reputation of MOLA in all team, client and public interactions  Ability to prioritise and perform within specific deadlines  Numerical competency and accuracy  Flexibility in adopting new systems and processes N.B. This job description should not be taken as an exhaustive description of the role and is, rather, indicative of the types of responsibility covered by this job. Post holders will be required to carry out such other work as is required by MOLA as long as this is reasonable and commensurate with the nature of the post held. Assessment Method Code: AF – Application Form I – Interview Person Specification - Archaeological Archives Assistant ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE ASSES. METHOD QUALIFICATIONS  Qualification in Archaeology or other relevant subject  Membership of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (ACIfA or PCIfA)  Full UK Driving Licence AF / I (all) EXPERIENCE & KNOWLEDGE • Experience of archiving and indexing  Archaeological fieldwork experience  Previous work in an Archive or related organisation AF / I (all) SKILLS & COMPETENCIES  Excellent prioritisation/organisational skill  Computer literate with experience of scanning and cataloguing.  Excellent communication skills, both written and oral  Ability to work under pressure  Skills in people management  Knowledge of digital formats AF / I (all)BAAnfängerja 
archaeologistUnited Kingdom:GBEnglandMOLA  Denkmalpflege2nein12Vollzeit402229930515 2017-04-17 http://www.mola.org.uk/careers http://www.mola.org.uk/archaeologist-northampton Archaeologist - Northampton £19,000 to £21,500 pa (dependent on experience) Temporary contract to 1st December 2017 We are looking for individuals with at least three months UK commercial archaeology experience ideally, although relevant European commercial experience will also be considered.  We have a number of large and exciting projects across the Midlands and beyond, in addition to our involvement in the MHI A14 scheme, and we are offering temporary contracts for Site Assistants until 1st December 2017 to support these. There is a strong probability of contract extension beyond that date. The following criteria are essential:     Use of or knowledge of Archaeological Recording Systems     Experience of archaeological fieldwork in the UK     Ability to carry out prolonged manual work in an outdoor environment in all weather     Good organisational skills     Ability to use own initiative     Ability to work positively as part of team The following criteria are desirable:     Degree in Archaeology or equivalent experience     Construction Safety Certification Scheme card or equivalent     Experience of commercial archaeological fieldwork     Working in an urban construction environment     Working in a rural or linear scheme environment     Working in an office environment     Ability to work without close supervision     Use of Microsoft Office packages 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     Free health care cash plan (including dependent children)     Subsidy for relevant professional memberships     Cycle Scheme     Childcare vouchers     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, flexible working hours if required, and a generous benefits package. For more information please refer to the job description and download this application form. The closing date for applications is Monday 17th April 2017 at 23:59.  Early applications are advised as interviews will be held throughout the application process. Please ensure you complete an application form and submit your CV. Applications made without an application form will not be considered. Please send all applications to narecruitment@mola.org.uk . All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement. MOLA is an equal opportunities employer Job Description Job DescriptionJob Description Job Description Job DescriptionJob Description Job Description - Project Assistant / Archaeologist Project Assistant / ArchaeologistProject Assistant / Archaeologist Project Assistant / Archaeologist Project Assistant / ArchaeologistProject Assistant / Archaeologist Project Assistant / Archaeologist Project Assistant / Archaeologist Project Assistant / ArchaeologistProject Assistant / ArchaeologistProject Assistant / Archaeologist Project Assistant / ArchaeologistProject Assistant / Archaeologist Project Assistant / Archaeologist Project Assistant / Archaeologist JOB TITLE Archaeological Project Assistant LOCATION Northampton, some travel will be necessary DEPARTMENT MOLA Northampton MOLA GRADE 3.2 HOURS 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday. Up to 40 hours can be required. Flexibility with working hours will be required RESPONSIBLE TO Site Supervisor and any other member of the management team as appropriate RESPONSIBLE FOR Other Archaeologists if required, other project staff and volunteers OVERALL JOB PURPOSE  To carry out archaeological excavation and recording of designated features/areas of larger sites to the required standard. To provide project support to the team leader and undertake post-excavation tasks as required. Any other task deemed suitable to the role KEY TASKS  To work in accordance with the requirements of the MOLA Health and Safety Policy  To hand excavate all types of archaeological features during watching briefs, field evaluations and excavations in accordance with MOLA procedures and standards  To make written and drawn records of archaeological contexts including context sheets, section and plan drawings in accordance with MOLA procedures and standards  To complete and maintain archaeological indices during projects  To observe and direct, if required, machine stripping of overburden  To drive company vehicles and when required transport colleagues and equipment to site  To assist in the preparation of site archives including record checking, data entry, basic site cross referencing and prescribed elements of archaeological reports  To undertake field walking, geophysical and other surveys as needed following suitable training  To undertake finds and environmental processing work  To contribute to and support positive morale within teams  To be professional and polite at all times and to uphold the standards, values and reputation of MOLA in all team, client and public interactions  Other duties appropriate to the post as may be required WORKING CONDITIONS  Physically demanding work on sites  Some work in inclement weather  Some work away from base (for which, overnight accommodation will be provided) N.B. This job description should not be taken as an exhaustive description of the role and is, rather, indicative of the types of responsibility covered by this job. Post holders will be required to carry out such other work as is required by MOLA as long as this is reasonable and commensurate with the nature of the post held. Assessment Method Code: AF – Application Form I – Interview Person Specification Person Specification Person Specification Person Specification Person Specification Person Specification Person Specification Person Specification Person Specification Person Specification Person Specification - Project Assista Project AssistaProject Assista Project Assista Project Assista nt / Archaeologist t / Archaeologist t / Archaeologistt / Archaeologistt / Archaeologist t / Archaeologistt / Archaeologist t / Archaeologist t / Archaeologist ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE ASSES METHOD QUALIFICATIONS  Interest and knowledge in archaeology  Willingness to rapidly undertake the CSCS card test  Degree in archaeology or equivalent experience  Construction Safety Certification Scheme card or equivalent  Driving licence and willingness to drive company vehicles AF / I (all) PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP  Associate membership of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) AF EXPERIENCE & KNOWLEDGE  Ability to carry out prolonged manual work in an outdoor environment in all weather  Use of or knowledge of archaeological recording systems  Experience of archaeological fieldwork in the UK  Experience of commercial archaeological fieldwork  Working in an urban construction environment  Working in a rural or pipeline construction environment  Working in an office environment  Use of Microsoft Office packages AF / I (all) SKILLS & COMPETENCIES  Good organisational skills  Ability to work under pressure  Ability to use own initiative  Good communication skills  Ability to work positively as part of team  An understanding and appreciation of diversity in the workplace  Ability to work without close supervision AF / I (all) ******************************************************************* Senior Community Archaeologist - Cambridgeshire Salary: £22,600–£26,000 (dependent on experience) 1 year Fixed Term Contract We are seeking a dynamic and self-starting individual to coordinate and deliver an exciting programme of engagement around the archaeological works for a major road scheme in Cambridgeshire (A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme) undertaken by MOLA Headland. MOLA Headland Infrastructure is an ambitious archaeological consortium with long term prospects for infrastructure work throughout the UK. Both companies have a strong reputation for delivering high impact, innovative engagement programmes and this post offers an exceptional opportunity for someone with a passion for sharing archaeology to get to grips with a substantial project. The programme will include a range of heritage activities, blending targeted work with schools, local historical/archaeological societies, and other groups, with events aimed at a wider public audience. The role The successful candidate will primarily be responsible for engaging with the community and young people and liaising with various programme stakeholders including the MOLA Headland Infrastructure field team and management, the A14 Integrated Delivery Team and Highways England, and relevant local authority contacts over programme content and scheduling. Engagement will include the delivery of events using MOLA’s Time Truck, a unique pop-up space housed in a 7m trailer (for more information see our Time Truck Blog). The post holder will also write timely and appropriate content for social media, the project’s blog and other media reporting on the progress of work. The ideal person will have prior experience of working with children and young people have excellent communication skills, and the ability to work independently and manage a diverse programme of events. Employee Benefits We offer a range of benefits to our employees including the following:     28 days annual leave (including bank holidays)     Assistance if needed for the first 2 weeks in support of temporary accommodation while searching for a new home base     Company pension scheme     Access to promotion / transfer opportunities within MOLA and Headland     Cycle Scheme & Childcare vouchers 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, flexible working hours if required, and a generous benefits package. For more information, please download the full job description and application form, below. Applications without an application form will not be considered. The closing date for the vacancy is midnight on Sunday 16 April.  Applications should be submitted electronically to mcopps@mola.org.uk.  Early applications are encouraged as interviews for the right candidates may take place before the application deadline.  Interviews will be held at the MOLA Headland Infrastructure St Neots office. All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement. The successful applicant will be required to undergo a DBS check prior to engagement.   Job Description Job Title:    Senior Community Archaeologist Job Reference:    CA-A14 Department    MOLA HEADLAND Infrastructure Salary    £22,600–£26,000 Hours:    37.5 hours per week (Flexible days of work between Monday to Sunday). Flexibility with working hours will be required. Location:    The post is based at MOLA Headland Infrastructure Project office at St. Neots and on various locations along the scheme (Cambridge to Huntington). Flexibility with regard to travel will be necessary. Duration:    Fixed Term – 1 year Responsible to:    MOLA Headland Infrastructure public engagement and communications managers for the A14 project Responsible for:    Archaeologists as appropriate when preparing and delivering events. Supervision of volunteers as required. Overall Job Purpose:    To develop, manage and deliver a programme of community engagement around the archaeological works taking place as part of a major road scheme in Cambridgeshire (A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme). Key Result areas:    •    To deliver the key targets of the engagement programme as agreed between Highways England and MOLA Headland Infrastructure •    To liaise with the project’s field personnel in order to gather content and facilitate engagement programmes •    To organise, coordinate and deliver successful and popular events required for the public engagement programme •    To devise content for MOLA’s Time Truck displays or other travelling exhibitions •    To write timely and appropriate content for social media, the project’s blog and other media reporting on the progress of work in keeping with the agreed client protocols •    To regularly report and share project outcomes with relevant internal and external partners •    To coordinate the work of the MOLA Time Truck Education Officer on the A14 project including liaising with schools regarding bookings •    To engage, develop and maintain links with local audiences, including local historical and archaeological societies •    To be responsible for undertaking any administration required to ensure delivery of project objectives •    To be professional and to uphold the standards, values and reputation of MOLA Headland Infrastructure in all team, client and public interactions •    To work in accordance with the requirements of the MOLA Headland Infrastructure’s Health and Safety Policy Working Conditions     •    Travel within South Cambridgeshire including occasional extended stays away from the primary base •    Weekend and evening working will be required Special Circumstances    A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check will be required as the role may involve working with vulnerable adults. A criminal record may not be a bar to employment but any decision will be treated on its merits and individual circumstances subject to MOLA’s overriding obligations to protect children and other vulnerable members of the communities Continuous Professional Development     We are committed to supporting and providing CPD for successful candidates. We expect all employees to undertake available training and research to enhance personal knowledge, skills and experience NB This job description should not be taken as an exhaustive description of the role and is, rather, indicative of the types of responsibility covered by this job.  Post holders will be required to carry out such other work as is required by MOLA Headland Infrastructure as long as this is reasonable and commensurate with the nature of the post held. Last updated: March 2017 Person Specification     Essential    Desirable    Assess. Method Qualifications                  Degree in archaeology or equivalent discipline or experience    Further degree in relevant discipline    AF     CSCS card or willingness to train and take the test    Membership of a relevant professional body i.e. IFA    AF     Full driving licence and willingness to drive company vehicles        AF Experience & Knowledge                Knowledge of archaeology of Iron Age/Roman Britain    Current knowledge of archaeology in Cambridgeshire        Substantial experience working with community archaeology groups or projects     Experience of supervising archaeology projects     AF/I     Experience of event management, organising workshops and conferences         AF/I     Experience of public speaking         AF/I     Experience of social media/blogs/publicity campaigns            Demonstrable experience of working in multi-disciplinary teams to deliver projects within time and budget constraints     Experience of project evaluation    AF/I     Experience of teaching to both specialist and non-specialist audiences         AF/I Skills/Abilities/ Competencies                Ability to work under pressure and to tight schedules     Familiarity with CAD     AF/I     Ability to work independently and manage a diverse programme of responsibilities     Familiarity with design programmes such as the Adobe Creative Suites package     AF/I     •The ability to design learning materials including digital media, audio-visual displays, artefacts    Familiarity with website CMS, SEO, social media scheduling and monitoring     AF/I     Strong organisational, interpersonal  and communication skills     Ability to create and manage GIS projects     I     Familiarity with the use of social media (Facebook, Twitter, Flickr)     Familiarity with database systems such as Access     AF/I     Ability to network and connect with stakeholders from a range of fields    Experience of developing AV content for web or other media    AF/IBAAnfängernein 
site staffUnited Kingdom:GBExeterAC archaeology  Feldforschung ja Vollzeit 2120423522 2017-04-17 http://www.acarchaeology.co.uk http://www.earthworks-jobs.com/archaeology/acarchaeology17031.htmlkeinewenigneindesirable: degree, CIfA membership, DL, CSCScard
grabungstechniker/inGermany:DEBaden WürttembergRegierungspräsidium Stuttgart  Feldforschung6ja Vollzeit    2017-04-17 https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 24.03.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0260 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Abt. 8 - Landesamt für Denkmalpflege – ist im Re-ferat 84.2 (Archäologische Denkmalpflege: Regionale Archäologie, Schwerpunkte, Inven-tarisation) ab sofort eine unbefristete Stelle als Grabungstechniker/in in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Tübingen. Die Aufgaben umfassen die Durchführung archäologischer Untersuchungen im Rahmen archäologischer Rettungsgrabungen aller Epochen und ggf. die Begleitung archäologi-scher Ausgrabungen durch Dritte. Die Arbeiten umfassen die Ausgrabungen vor Ort sowie Nacharbeiten im Innendienst. Voraussetzung für die Einstellung ist eine abgeschlossene Grabungstechniker-Ausbildung oder vergleichbare Erfahrungen im Ausgrabungsbereich. Erwartet werden Erfahrungen in der Durchführung und technischen Leitung archäologi-scher Ausgrabungen, die Beherrschung der modernen Grabungstechniken mit digitaler GIS-gestützter Befund/Fund-Aufnahme sowie die Fähigkeit, im Team zu arbeiten. Von Vorteil sind Quellen- und Materialkenntnisse der südwestdeutschen Archäologie. Erforder-lich ist ein hohes Maß an Flexibilität und Belastbarkeit sowie die Bereitschaft im gesamten Land an wechselnden Orten tätig zu sein. Die Tätigkeit erfordert zum Teil mehrtägige Ab-wesenheiten vom Dienstort mit Übernachtungen. Ein Führerschein Klasse B ist erforder-lich. Die Beschäftigung richtet sich nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Län-der (TV-L). Die Vergütung erfolgt bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraus-setzungen in Entgeltgruppe 9 TV-L. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Frauen werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufgefor-dert. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu der Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Dr. Bofinger (Tel. 0711/90445146; joerg.bofinger@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7025 bis spätestens 17.04.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden. gez. Stefanie Schwer ****************************************************** Dienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit TiefgarageDienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit Tiefgarage REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 24.03.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0262 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Abt. 8 - Landesamt für Denkmalpflege – ist im Re-ferat 84.2 (Archäologische Denkmalpflege: Regionale Archäologie, Schwerpunkte, Inven-tarisation) ab sofort eine unbefristete Stelle als Grabungstechniker/in in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Freiburg. Die Aufgaben umfassen die Durchführung archäologischer Untersuchungen im Rahmen archäologischer Rettungsgrabungen aller Epochen und ggf. die Begleitung archäologi-scher Ausgrabungen durch Dritte. Die Arbeiten umfassen die Ausgrabungen vor Ort sowie Nacharbeiten im Innendienst. Voraussetzung für die Einstellung ist eine abgeschlossene Grabungstechniker-Ausbildung oder vergleichbare Erfahrungen im Ausgrabungsbereich. Erwartet werden Erfahrungen in der Durchführung und technischen Leitung archäologi-scher Ausgrabungen, die Beherrschung der modernen Grabungstechniken mit digitaler GIS-gestützter Befund/Fund-Aufnahme sowie die Fähigkeit, im Team zu arbeiten. Von Vorteil sind Quellen- und Materialkenntnisse der südwestdeutschen Archäologie. Erforder-lich ist ein hohes Maß an Flexibilität und Belastbarkeit sowie die Bereitschaft im gesamten Land an wechselnden Orten tätig zu sein. Die Tätigkeit erfordert zum Teil mehrtägige Ab-wesenheiten vom Dienstort mit Übernachtungen. Ein Führerschein Klasse B ist erforder-lich. Die Beschäftigung richtet sich nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Län-der (TV-L). Die Vergütung erfolgt bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraus-setzungen in Entgeltgruppe 9 TV-L. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Frauen werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufgefor-dert. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu der Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Dr. Bofinger (Tel. 0711/90445146; joerg.bofinger@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7027 bis spätestens 17.04.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden. gez. Stefanie Schwer ****************************************** Dienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit TiefgarageDienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit Tiefgarage REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 24.03.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0259 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Abt. 8 - Landesamt für Denkmalpflege – sind im Referat 84.2 (Archäologische Denkmalpflege: Regionale Archäologie, Schwerpunkte, Inventarisation) ab sofort drei unbefristete Stellen als Grabungstechniker/in in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Ludwigsburg. Die Aufgaben umfassen die Durchführung archäologischer Untersuchungen im Rahmen archäologischer Rettungsgrabungen aller Epochen und ggf. die Begleitung archäologi-scher Ausgrabungen durch Dritte. Die Arbeiten umfassen die Ausgrabungen vor Ort sowie Nacharbeiten im Innendienst. Voraussetzung für die Einstellung ist eine abgeschlossene Grabungstechniker-Ausbildung oder vergleichbare Erfahrungen im Ausgrabungsbereich. Erwartet werden Erfahrungen in der Durchführung und technischen Leitung archäologi-scher Ausgrabungen, die Beherrschung der modernen Grabungstechniken mit digitaler GIS-gestützter Befund/Fund-Aufnahme sowie die Fähigkeit, im Team zu arbeiten. Von Vorteil sind Quellen- und Materialkenntnisse der südwestdeutschen Archäologie. Erforder-lich ist ein hohes Maß an Flexibilität und Belastbarkeit sowie die Bereitschaft im gesamten Land an wechselnden Orten tätig zu sein. Die Tätigkeit erfordert zum Teil mehrtägige Ab-wesenheiten vom Dienstort mit Übernachtungen. Ein Führerschein Klasse B ist erforder-lich. Die Beschäftigung richtet sich nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Län-der (TV-L). Die Vergütung erfolgt bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraus-setzungen in Entgeltgruppe 9 TV-L. Die Stellen sind grundsätzlich teilbar. Frauen werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufge-fordert. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu der Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Dr. Bofinger (Tel. 0711/90445146; joerg.bofinger@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7024 bis spätestens 17.04.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden. gez. Stefanie Schwer ******************************************* Dienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit TiefgarageDienstgebäude Ruppmannstr. 21 · 70565 Stuttgart · Telefon 0711 904-0 · Telefax 0711 904-11290 /-11190 poststelle@rps.bwl.de · www.rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de · www.service-bw.de Haltestelle Bahnhof Stuttgart-Vaihingen · Parkmöglichkeit Tiefgarage REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 24.03.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0261 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Abt. 8 - Landesamt für Denkmalpflege – ist im Re-ferat 84.2 (Archäologische Denkmalpflege: Regionale Archäologie, Schwerpunkte, Inven-tarisation) ab sofort eine unbefristete Stelle als Grabungstechniker/in in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Karlsruhe. Die Aufgaben umfassen die Durchführung archäologischer Untersuchungen im Rahmen archäologischer Rettungsgrabungen aller Epochen und ggf. die Begleitung archäologi-scher Ausgrabungen durch Dritte. Die Arbeiten umfassen die Ausgrabungen vor Ort sowie Nacharbeiten im Innendienst. Voraussetzung für die Einstellung ist eine abgeschlossene Grabungstechniker-Ausbildung oder vergleichbare Erfahrungen im Ausgrabungsbereich. Erwartet werden Erfahrungen in der Durchführung und technischen Leitung archäologi-scher Ausgrabungen, die Beherrschung der modernen Grabungstechniken mit digitaler GIS-gestützter Befund/Fund-Aufnahme sowie die Fähigkeit, im Team zu arbeiten. Von Vorteil sind Quellen- und Materialkenntnisse der südwestdeutschen Archäologie. Erforder-lich ist ein hohes Maß an Flexibilität und Belastbarkeit sowie die Bereitschaft im gesamten Land an wechselnden Orten tätig zu sein. Die Tätigkeit erfordert zum Teil mehrtägige Ab-wesenheiten vom Dienstort mit Übernachtungen. Ein Führerschein Klasse B ist erforder-lich. Die Beschäftigung richtet sich nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Län-der (TV-L). Die Vergütung erfolgt bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraus-setzungen in Entgeltgruppe 9 TV-L. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Frauen werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufgefor-dert. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu der Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Dr. Bofinger (Tel. 0711/90445146; joerg.bofinger@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7026 bis spätestens 17.04.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden. gez. Stefanie Schwerandereerfahrenja 
grabungstechniker/inGermany:DEFreiburgRegierungspräs. Stuttgart  Feldforschung1ja Vollzeit    2017-04-17 https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 24.03.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0262 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Abt. 8 - Landesamt für Denkmalpflege – ist im Re-ferat 84.2 (Archäologische Denkmalpflege: Regionale Archäologie, Schwerpunkte, Inven-tarisation) ab sofort eine unbefristete Stelle als Grabungstechniker/in in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Freiburg. Die Aufgaben umfassen die Durchführung archäologischer Untersuchungen im Rahmen archäologischer Rettungsgrabungen aller Epochen und ggf. die Begleitung archäologi-scher Ausgrabungen durch Dritte. Die Arbeiten umfassen die Ausgrabungen vor Ort sowie Nacharbeiten im Innendienst. Voraussetzung für die Einstellung ist eine abgeschlossene Grabungstechniker-Ausbildung oder vergleichbare Erfahrungen im Ausgrabungsbereich. Erwartet werden Erfahrungen in der Durchführung und technischen Leitung archäologi-scher Ausgrabungen, die Beherrschung der modernen Grabungstechniken mit digitaler GIS-gestützter Befund/Fund-Aufnahme sowie die Fähigkeit, im Team zu arbeiten. Von Vorteil sind Quellen- und Materialkenntnisse der südwestdeutschen Archäologie. Erforder-lich ist ein hohes Maß an Flexibilität und Belastbarkeit sowie die Bereitschaft im gesamten Land an wechselnden Orten tätig zu sein. Die Tätigkeit erfordert zum Teil mehrtägige Ab-wesenheiten vom Dienstort mit Übernachtungen. Ein Führerschein Klasse B ist erforder-lich. Die Beschäftigung richtet sich nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Län-der (TV-L). Die Vergütung erfolgt bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraus-setzungen in Entgeltgruppe 9 TV-L. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Frauen werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufgefor-dert. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu der Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Dr. Bofinger (Tel. 0711/90445146; joerg.bofinger@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7027 bis spätestens 17.04.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden.anderekeineja 
grabungstechniker/inGermany:DETübingenRegierungspräs. Stuttgart  Feldforschung1ja Vollzeit    2017-04-17 https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx REGIERUNGSPRÄSIDIUM STUTTGART STEUERUNG UND VERWALTUNG Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart · Postfach 80 07 09 · 70507 Stuttgart Stuttgart 24.03.2017 Name Durchwahl Aktenzeichen 12-0305.3-1-8 / 0260 (Bitte bei Antwort angeben) Stellenausschreibung Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Abt. 8 - Landesamt für Denkmalpflege – ist im Re-ferat 84.2 (Archäologische Denkmalpflege: Regionale Archäologie, Schwerpunkte, Inven-tarisation) ab sofort eine unbefristete Stelle als Grabungstechniker/in in Vollzeit zu besetzen. Dienstort ist Tübingen. Die Aufgaben umfassen die Durchführung archäologischer Untersuchungen im Rahmen archäologischer Rettungsgrabungen aller Epochen und ggf. die Begleitung archäologi-scher Ausgrabungen durch Dritte. Die Arbeiten umfassen die Ausgrabungen vor Ort sowie Nacharbeiten im Innendienst. Voraussetzung für die Einstellung ist eine abgeschlossene Grabungstechniker-Ausbildung oder vergleichbare Erfahrungen im Ausgrabungsbereich. Erwartet werden Erfahrungen in der Durchführung und technischen Leitung archäologi-scher Ausgrabungen, die Beherrschung der modernen Grabungstechniken mit digitaler GIS-gestützter Befund/Fund-Aufnahme sowie die Fähigkeit, im Team zu arbeiten. Von Vorteil sind Quellen- und Materialkenntnisse der südwestdeutschen Archäologie. Erforder-lich ist ein hohes Maß an Flexibilität und Belastbarkeit sowie die Bereitschaft im gesamten Land an wechselnden Orten tätig zu sein. Die Tätigkeit erfordert zum Teil mehrtägige Ab-wesenheiten vom Dienstort mit Übernachtungen. Ein Führerschein Klasse B ist erforder-lich. Die Beschäftigung richtet sich nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Län-der (TV-L). Die Vergütung erfolgt bei Vorliegen aller persönlichen und tariflichen Voraus-setzungen in Entgeltgruppe 9 TV-L. Die Stelle ist grundsätzlich teilbar. Frauen werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufgefor-dert. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei entsprechender Eignung vorrangig berücksichtigt. Beim Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart wird die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf groß geschrieben. Familienbewusste Rahmenbedingungen wie beispielsweise flexible Arbeits-zeitregelungen bieten dafür optimale Voraussetzungen. Wir unterstützen Ihre Mobilität mit dem JobTicket BW. Ansprechpartner zu der Stellenausschreibung ist Herr Dr. Bofinger (Tel. 0711/90445146; joerg.bofinger@rps.bwl.de). Bitte bewerben Sie sich unter der Angabe der Kennziffer 7025 bis spätestens 17.04.2017 ausschließlich über unser Online-Bewerbungsverfahren https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rps/Service/Seiten/Stellenangebote.aspx Bewerbungen per E-Mail oder in Papierform können leider nicht berücksichtigt werden.andereLeitung1ja 
senior community archaeologistUnited Kingdom:GBSt. Neotsmola-headland-infrastructure  Museum/Vermittlung1nein12Vollzeit 2619130131 2017-04-16 http://molaheadland.com/careers/ http://molaheadland.com/projects/senior-community-archaeologist-cambridgeshire/ Senior Community Archaeologist – Cambridgeshire PAY:£22,600 – £26,000 CONTRACT TYPE:1 year Fixed Term Contract LOCATION:Cambridgeshire CLOSING DATE: 16th April 2017 We are seeking a dynamic and self-starting individual to coordinate and deliver an exciting programme of engagement around the archaeological works for a major road scheme in Cambridgeshire (A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme) undertaken by MOLA Headland. MOLA Headland Infrastructure is an ambitious archaeological consortium with long term prospects for infrastructure work throughout the UK. Both companies have a strong reputation for delivering high impact, innovative engagement programmes and this post offers an exceptional opportunity for someone with a passion for sharing archaeology to get to grips with a substantial project. The programme will include a range of heritage activities, blending targeted work with schools, local historical/archaeological societies, and other groups, with events aimed at a wider public audience. The Role The successful candidate will primarily be responsible for engaging with the community and young people and liaising with various programme stakeholders including the MOLA Headland Infrastructure field team and management, the A14 Integrated Delivery Team and Highways England, and relevant local authority contacts over programme content and scheduling. Engagement will include the delivery of events using MOLA’s Time Truck, a unique pop-up space housed in a 7m trailer (for more information see our Time Truck Blog). The post holder will also write timely and appropriate content for social media, the project’s blog and other media reporting on the progress of work. The ideal person will have prior experience of working with children and young people have excellent communication skills, and the ability to work independently and manage a diverse programme of events. Employee Benefits We offer a range of benefits to our employees including the following:     28 days annual leave (including bank holidays)     Assistance if needed for the first 2 weeks in support of temporary accommodation while searching for a new home base     Company pension scheme     Access to promotion / transfer opportunities within MOLA and Headland     Cycle Scheme & Childcare vouchers 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, flexible working hours if required, and a generous benefits package. For more information, please download the full job description and application form, below. Applications without an application form will not be considered. The closing date for the vacancy is midnight on Sunday 16 April.  Applications should be submitted electronically to mcopps@mola.org.uk.  Early applications are encouraged as interviews for the right candidates may take place before the application deadline.  Interviews will be held at the MOLA Headland Infrastructure St Neots office. All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement. The successful applicant will be required to undergo a DBS check prior to engagement.   Job Description Job Title:    Senior Community Archaeologist Job Reference:    CA-A14 Department    MOLA HEADLAND Infrastructure Salary    £22,600–£26,000 Hours:    37.5 hours per week (Flexible days of work between Monday to Sunday). Flexibility with working hours will be required. Location:    The post is based at MOLA Headland Infrastructure Project office at St. Neots and on various locations along the scheme (Cambridge to Huntington). Flexibility with regard to travel will be necessary. Duration:    Fixed Term – 1 year Responsible to:    MOLA Headland Infrastructure public engagement and communications managers for the A14 project Responsible for:    Archaeologists as appropriate when preparing and delivering events. Supervision of volunteers as required. Overall Job Purpose:    To develop, manage and deliver a programme of community engagement around the archaeological works taking place as part of a major road scheme in Cambridgeshire (A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme). Key Result areas:    •    To deliver the key targets of the engagement programme as agreed between Highways England and MOLA Headland Infrastructure •    To liaise with the project’s field personnel in order to gather content and facilitate engagement programmes •    To organise, coordinate and deliver successful and popular events required for the public engagement programme •    To devise content for MOLA’s Time Truck displays or other travelling exhibitions •    To write timely and appropriate content for social media, the project’s blog and other media reporting on the progress of work in keeping with the agreed client protocols •    To regularly report and share project outcomes with relevant internal and external partners •    To coordinate the work of the MOLA Time Truck Education Officer on the A14 project including liaising with schools regarding bookings •    To engage, develop and maintain links with local audiences, including local historical and archaeological societies •    To be responsible for undertaking any administration required to ensure delivery of project objectives •    To be professional and to uphold the standards, values and reputation of MOLA Headland Infrastructure in all team, client and public interactions •    To work in accordance with the requirements of the MOLA Headland Infrastructure’s Health and Safety Policy Working Conditions     •    Travel within South Cambridgeshire including occasional extended stays away from the primary base •    Weekend and evening working will be required Special Circumstances    A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check will be required as the role may involve working with vulnerable adults. A criminal record may not be a bar to employment but any decision will be treated on its merits and individual circumstances subject to MOLA’s overriding obligations to protect children and other vulnerable members of the communities Continuous Professional Development     We are committed to supporting and providing CPD for successful candidates. We expect all employees to undertake available training and research to enhance personal knowledge, skills and experience NB This job description should not be taken as an exhaustive description of the role and is, rather, indicative of the types of responsibility covered by this job.  Post holders will be required to carry out such other work as is required by MOLA Headland Infrastructure as long as this is reasonable and commensurate with the nature of the post held. Last updated: March 2017 Person Specification     Essential    Desirable    Assess. Method Qualifications                  Degree in archaeology or equivalent discipline or experience    Further degree in relevant discipline    AF     CSCS card or willingness to train and take the test    Membership of a relevant professional body i.e. IFA    AF     Full driving licence and willingness to drive company vehicles        AF Experience & Knowledge                Knowledge of archaeology of Iron Age/Roman Britain    Current knowledge of archaeology in Cambridgeshire        Substantial experience working with community archaeology groups or projects     Experience of supervising archaeology projects     AF/I     Experience of event management, organising workshops and conferences         AF/I     Experience of public speaking         AF/I     Experience of social media/blogs/publicity campaigns            Demonstrable experience of working in multi-disciplinary teams to deliver projects within time and budget constraints     Experience of project evaluation    AF/I     Experience of teaching to both specialist and non-specialist audiences         AF/I Skills/Abilities/ Competencies                Ability to work under pressure and to tight schedules     Familiarity with CAD     AF/I     Ability to work independently and manage a diverse programme of responsibilities     Familiarity with design programmes such as the Adobe Creative Suites package     AF/I     •The ability to design learning materials including digital media, audio-visual displays, artefacts    Familiarity with website CMS, SEO, social media scheduling and monitoring     AF/I     Strong organisational, interpersonal  and communication skills     Ability to create and manage GIS projects     I     Familiarity with the use of social media (Facebook, Twitter, Flickr)     Familiarity with database systems such as Access     AF/I     Ability to network and connect with stakeholders from a range of fields    Experience of developing AV content for web or other media    AF/IBAerfahrenjaand willingness to drive company vehicles
athen stipendienAustria:ATAthenÖAW  Stipendien nein9Vollzeit 1200028000 2017-04-15 http://www.orea.oeaw.ac.at/ 1 ATHEN-STIPENDIEN [STIPENDIEN AM ÖSTERREICHISCHEN ARCHÄOLOGISCHEN INSTITUT IN ATHEN] Programmstatuten Die Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (ÖAW) vergibt Forschungsstipendien an der Zweigstelle Athen des Österreichischen Archäologischen Instituts (ÖAI) für herausragende wissenschaftliche Forschungen in den Fachbereichen Prähistorische und Klassische Archäologie, Alte Geschichte, Epigraphik, Numismatik, Philologie, antike Baugeschichte, Byzantinistik und Neogräzistik. Einreichtermin: 15. April 2017 Zielsetzung Die Stipendien werden für Forschungsvorhaben vergeben, zu deren Durchführung ein Aufenthalt in Athen notwendig ist. Der Forschungsort Athen garantiert für die genannten Fachbereiche über die scientific community der zahlreichen griechischen Forschungsinstitutionen sowie ausländischen Schulen bzw. Instituten und den damit verbundenen Fachspezialist/inn/en, den einschlägigen wissenschaftlichen Veranstaltungen und den differenziert ausgerichteten Fachbibliotheken ein einzigartiges dynamisches Umfeld für entsprechende Forschungsvorhaben. Darüber hinaus ermöglicht die reichhaltige und erstklassige materielle Hinterlassenschaft des Altertums in den Museen und archäologische Stätten Athens und Griechenlands einen unmittelbaren Kontakt mit den grundlegenden Materialien der oben angeführten Fachbereiche. Zielgruppe Eingeladen zur Bewerbung sind Doktorandinnen und Doktoranden sowie Senior Researcher, die an Universitäten oder außeruniversitären Forschungseinrichtungen in Österreich tätig sind. Antragsteller/innen, die nicht die österreichische Staatsbürgerschaft besitzen, müssen nachweisen können, dass der Mittelpunkt ihrer Lebens- und Forschungsinteressen seit mehr als zwei Jahren in Österreich ist. Förderdauer Die Stipendien haben eine Laufzeit von 6 – 9 Monaten (prae-doc) bzw. 1 – 3 Monaten (post-doc). Die Stipendien können nach Bekanntgabe der Zuerkennung bis zum Ende des laufenden Jahres angetreten werden. 2 Leistungen Die Höhe der Stipendien beträgt 1.200,- Euro pro Monat (prae-doc) bzw. 2.000,- Euro pro Monat (post-doc). Zusätzlich wird ein einmaliger Reisekostenzuschuss in Höhe von 500,- Euro gewährt. Darüber hinaus sind folgende Leistungen mit einem Stipendium verbunden: - kostenloses Quartier im Gästetrakt des Institutsgebäudes - Arbeitsplatz mit Nutzung der wissenschaftlichen Infrastruktur des ÖAI-Athen - Unterstützung von Seiten des ÖAI-Athen in Hinblick auf erforderliche Anträge an die einschlägigen griechischen Stellen und in Athen ansässige ausländische archäologische Schulen und Institute - Unterstützung in allgemeinen und praktischen Belangen wie Auskünfte, allfällige Reiseplanungen, etc. Auswahlverfahren Die vollständigen Unterlagen sind bis zu dem in der Ausschreibung genannten Einreichtermin bei der ÖAW (Abteilung Stipendien und Preise) einzureichen. Es gilt das Datum des Poststempels. Die Mitglieder des Vergabekomitees sind Expertinnen und Experten, die von der ÖAW nominiert werden. Die Entscheidung über die Zuerkennung der Stipendien erfolgt auf Basis der vergleichenden Beurteilung der Anträge durch die Komiteemitglieder; zusätzlich können auch externe Gutachten eingeholt werden. Wesentliche Kriterien für die Auswahl sind die wissenschaftliche Qualifikation der Bewerber/innen, die wissenschaftliche Qualität des Forschungsprojekts sowie der Nachweis der Notwendigkeit des Forschungsaufenthalts in Athen für die Durchführung des Projekts. Das Komitee tritt im Juni zur Beschlussfassung über die Vergabe der Stipendien zusammen. Die Bewerber/innen werden über die Entscheidung des Beirats schriftlich in Kenntnis gesetzt. Es besteht kein Anspruch auf Zuerkennung eines Stipendiums. Der Rechtsweg ist ausgeschlossen. Zielerreichung Jede/r Geförderte ist verpflichtet, während des Aufenthalts am ÖAI-Athen die (ersten) Ergebnisse des Forschungsprojekts einem breiteren Wissenschaftspublikum zu präsentieren. Spätestens ein Monat nach Ablauf der Förderdauer ist der Abteilung für Stipendien und Preise der ÖAW ein Abschlussbericht zu übermitteln. Im Rahmen der Förderung entstandene Publikationen sind ebenfalls vorzulegen. In allen Publikationen, die aufgrund der Förderung entstehen, ist der Vermerk „gefördert im Rahmen des Stipendienprogramms der ÖAW am ÖAI-Athen“ bzw. „funded within the fellowship program of the OeAW at OeAI Athens“ anzuführen. [Stand: Februar 2017]MAkeineneinAntragsteller/innen, die nicht die österreichische Staatsbürgerschaft besitzen, müssen nachweisen können, dass der Mittelpunkt ihrer Lebens- und Forschungsinteressen seit mehr als zwei Jahren in Österreich ist. Förderdauer Die Stipendien haben eine Laufzeit von 6 – 9 Monaten (prae-doc) bzw. 1 – 3 Monaten (post-doc).
lecturerUnited States:USWashingtonUniv. of Washington  Lehre und Forschung1nein12Vollzeit    2017-04-13 https://anthropology.washington.edu/news/2017/03/17/seeking-a-lecturer-archaeology The Department of Anthropology in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington invites applications for a one-year lecturer position in archaeology, beginning September 16, 2017. We seek an archaeologist with a record of successful teaching at the undergraduate level in both large and small classes. Applicants must have earned a doctorate by the date of appointment; applicants who have not completed their Ph.D. at the time of application will be considered. The successful candidate will have an engaging, responsive, and creative pedagogy that relates the history and practice of archaeology to excite and educate students about the field. They will show a commitment to teaching designed to encourage critical thought, student engagement, and sensitivity to archaeology’s political and ethical implications and its responsibilities to a descendant or local communities. Such a record could involve the use of active learning techniques, critical pedagogy, among others, and would demonstrate an awareness of the unique needs of UW’s diverse body of students. Delivering accessible and inclusive undergraduate education and service is integral to our mission as a department. Teaching responsibilities will include six undergraduate courses in archaeology, across three-quarters of a nine-month academic year. Salary is competitive. All University of Washington lecturers engage in teaching and service. To apply include the following items: (1) cover letter, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) teaching portfolio, including a statement of teaching philosophy, a sample syllabus for both a larger lower division and a smaller upper division class (an upper division class with a laboratory component would be welcome), and teaching evaluations, (4) diversity statement (a statement on how your teaching, research and/or service contribute to diversity through scholarship or by improving access to higher education for underrepresented individuals or groups), and (5) the names of three referees. The cover letter should be addressed to Dr. Peter Lape, Department of Anthropology. Priority will be given to applications received by April 13, 2017. All questions and inquiries may be directed to archlect@uw.edu.PhDerfahrennein 
volontariatGermany:DEXantenLVR  Museum/Vermittlung1nein24Vollzeit 2252026978 2017-04-13 http://www.lvr.de/de/nav_main/derlvr/personal/ausbildungundstudiumbeimlvr/aktuellestellenangebote_1/praktikaundvolontariate/Volontariat99214090802.jsp Der Landschaftsverband Rheinland (LVR) sucht ab dem 01.05.2017 eine / einen Wissenschaftliche Volontärin/Wissenschaftlichen Volontär für den LVR-Archäologischen Park Xanten / LVR-RömerMuseum. Der Dienstposten ist mit der regelmäßigen wöchentlichen Arbeitszeit und befristet für die Dauer von zwei Jahren zu besetzen. Der Landschaftsverband Rheinland (LVR) arbeitet als Kommunalverband mit rund 18.000 Beschäftigten für die 9,6 Millionen Menschen im Rheinland. Mit seinen 41 Schulen, zehn Kliniken, 19 Museen und Kultureinrichtungen, drei Heilpädagogischen Netzen, vier Jugendhilfeeinrichtungen und dem Landesjugendamt erfüllt er Aufgaben, die rheinlandweit wahrgenommen werden. Der LVR ist Deutschlands größter Leistungsträger für Menschen mit Behinderungen und engagiert sich für Inklusion in allen Lebensbereichen. „Qualität für Menschen“ ist sein Leitgedanke. Die 13 kreisfreien Städte und die zwölf Kreise im Rheinland sowie die StädteRegion Aachen sind die Mitgliedskörperschaften des LVR. In der Landschaftsversammlung Rheinland gestalten Politikerinnen und Politiker aus den rheinischen Kommunen die Arbeit des Verbandes. Der LVR-Archäologische Park Xanten mit dem dazugehörigen LVR-RömerMuseum ist eines der bedeutendsten Freilichtmuseen der Bundesrepubl