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Archaeological Technician/Assistant Archaeological Supervisor (8218)
Requisition ID 8218 - Posted 14/02/2019 - Various locations across Central Bedfordshire - Job Category (1) - Full Time - £0 - £20,999
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Team: Albion Archaeology
Salary: £18,672 to £20,541 per annum pro rata
Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week
Current Base Location: Albion Archaeology sites and offices
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: Rolling advert – all applications will be reviewed immediately
Interview Date: To be arranged
More about the role:
If you are an archaeologist with practitioner level experience, looking for a permanent job within a friendly team, this job may be for you. We have an excellent track record of developing existing staff and we are committed to providing opportunities for career progression at all levels in the organisation. Salary is dependent on competence demonstrated CIfA accreditation, and is set out as follows:
£18,870 to £20,541 per annum pro rata for those demonstrating competence through CIfA accreditation and a CSCS card/Health & Safety Test pass.
£18,672 per annum pro rata for those who cannot yet demonstrate competence through CIfA accreditation, however with supported career progression to the next salary level.
Those working at practitioner level but not yet accredited will be expected to apply for and obtain practitioner membership of CIfA. Full support through the CIfA application process will be given to those working at practitioner level, but who do not yet have the necessary professional accreditation.
These job roles require a CSCS card, as an essential requirement although if not already held we will support the successful applicants to obtain this during their probationary period.
Albion Archaeology is a trading unit of Central Bedfordshire Council, and a registered organisation with CIfA . We are committed to professional standards, outreach and public engagement and providing high levels of service to our customers. Our main office is in Bedford with transport out to site available from our office base. Some occasional working away may be required although most of our sites are within travelling distance of our base. This is a field-based role and you should be prepared to work outside in all weathers.
This is a rolling recruitment and applications will be reviewed as they are received, and outcomes communicated quickly. We anticipate that we will also require staff on an ongoing basis and would therefore welcome applications from people who may not be immediately available. Successful applicants will be placed on a shortlist from which the most suitable candidates will be selected in accordance with our future project requirements.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to undertake a short telephone interview. Please ensure that your named referees are willing to provide a reference and that they can be contacted using the details you have provided. If we are unable to contact your referees the process may be delayed.
Central Bedfordshire Council is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in the workplace.
To maintain a fair and consistent approach for applicants, it is Central Bedfordshire Council's policy to only consider applications made via our online application system and we therefore thank you for not submitting your application offline. If you do not have a CV to hand, please look on our website for a CV template that you can use to create your CV to apply for this role. http://www.centralbedfordshire.gov.uk/jobs/work-here/application.aspx
Archaeological Technician/Assistant Archaeological Supervisor
areer grade progression from
Project line manager (usually supervisor)
To contribute to intrusive and non
operation of Albion Archaeology.
The post holder is responsible for compiling and
maintaining data from the historic environment and contributing to the interpretation of
bute to the work of Albion Archaeology. This will include a range of tasks
dependent on the requirements of the ongoing project programme
Undertake excavation and recording of archaeological features
accordance with Albion procedure
This will include
identification of cut features and
collection of artefacts, labelling and recording of deposits
and their finds, recording measurements, scale drawing,
Undertake finds and environmental processing and documentation as instructed and in
accordance with Albion procedure. This will include washing, sieving, marking, bagging
and packaging etc.
Undertake a range of post
excavation tasks contributing to th
e interpretation of findings.
This might include data input, scanning of records, computer
based tasks, checking of
records and archive preparation etc.
Contribute to the preparation of archaeological sites to include oversight of the removal of
overburden by mechanical plant in accordance with instruction, selection of tools and
equipment, assistance with site grid and pre
excavation survey etc.
As appropriate to career
grade level assist with the supervision of volunteers or
of less experienced team members
Undertake general housekeeping
and site set
up tasks, such as fencing,
maintenance of facilities, site compound
, tools and equipment
, storage and transport of
finds, records and equipment
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