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Archaeologist, - Ref:1420726
UCL Department / Division
Institute of Archaeology
Specific unit / Sub department
Location of position
£22,254 - £25,627 per annum
Duties and Responsibilities
Operating out of offices in East Sussex, Essex and London Archaeology South-East (the Field Unit of the Institute of Archaeology, UCL) requires short-contract staff to work on excavations in southern England.
Work opportunities can arise at very short notice, and we currently have in place a number of tenders, which if successful mean that we will require Archaeologists at short notice. Therefore, we are looking for expressions of interest from suitably experienced/qualified Archaeologists whom we can contact as and when circumstances require.
Successful applicants will be required to record, sample and describe archaeological finds and features, both in the field and off site and assist in the preparation of project reports. Applicants may also be required to take responsibility for small projects, possibly involving the supervision of small numbers of staff.
These contracts are available on a fixed term basis for approximately 3 months with the possibility of extension.
Applicants should be competent at general excavation and recording techniques, with a detailed understanding of the principles of archaeological stratification. Ideally the applicant will have a degree in archaeology (or closely related topic). Membership of Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) at Practitioner (PIFA) or Affiliate level is desirable.
A working knowledge of at least some period(s) of British archaeology is essential as is proven experience of archaeological fieldwork. Ideally this builds on previous professional employment in UK (or equivalent) contract archaeology.
If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact Samantha Clacher, Archaeology South-East, Units 1&2, 2 Chapel Place, Portslade, East Sussex, BN41 1DR.
Applications must include both an email address and telephone number that will allow us to make contact at short notice. N.B. Field projects may require periods away from home, for which accommodation will normally be provided.
There is no closing date for this vacancy.
We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.
31 Dec 2022
Latest time for the submission of applications
This appointment is subject to UCL Terms and Conditions of Service for Research and Support Staff.
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Archaeologist Grade: 5
Department: Institute of Archaeology (UCL Field Archaeology Unit) Location: Portslade, Sussex or Witham, Essex
Assistant Director, Project Manager or Senior Archaeologist
Operating out of offices in East Sussex, Essex and London Archaeology South-East (the Field Unit of the Institute of Archaeology, UCL) requires staff to work on excavations in southern England.
Main purpose of the job
To carry out general excavation, recording and post-excavation processing duties under supervision.
Duties and responsibilities:
To record, sample and describe archaeological finds and features, both in the field (excavation, survey, watching brief, building recording) and off site (finds processing, analysis and description of artefacts and ecofacts, archaeological illustration etc)
To assist in the preparation of project reports
To take occasional responsibility for small projects, possibly involving the supervision of small numbers of staff
To occasionally provide technical support and instruction to students on courses run by, or partially taught by, the CAA
To carry out any duties as are within the scope, spirit and purpose of the job as required by CAA/ASE management
To implement all relevant UCL policies, including Equal Opportunities and Race Equality policies
To be aware of and observe all relevant Fire and Health and Safety Regulations (including those set out in the CAA/ASE Health and Safety Policy) and to follow safe-working requirements set out in Risk Assessment and other project-specific documents
Criteria Essential or Desirable
Qualifications, experience and knowledge
Detailed understanding of the principles of archaeological stratification Essential
Ability to identify most classes of archaeological find commonly encountered in fieldwork in Britain (e.g. Roman pottery, human bone etc) Essential
Working knowledge of a wide range of periods/topics relevant to fieldwork in British archaeology (e.g. Romano-British landscapes, cemetery archaeology, geo-archaeology, etc) Essential
Degree in archaeology (or closely related topic) Desirable
Membership of Chartered Institute of Archaeologists (CIfA) at Practitioner (PIfA) or Affiliate (AIfA) level Desirable
Sufficient previous experience of archaeological fieldwork to understand professional working practice Essential
Experience that indicates a careful and methodological approach to meeting deadlines whilst working under supervision Essential
Preparation of specialist/expert archaeological reports Desirable
Previous employment in UK contract archaeology Desirable
Skills and abilities
Competence in the recording of archaeological features/finds using professionally agreed-upon recording systems (including scale-drawing, pro-forma context recording and stratigraphic matrix Essential
A developing area of specialist expertise in one of the following areas of archaeological work (and according to the particular needs of the archaeological projects for which the post is being recruited); Excavation supervision, Illustration, Surveying, Finds analysis, Geoarchaeology, Heritage Management, Historic Building Recording or Forensic archaeology
Numerate and literate: capable of providing clear descriptions of observations and interpretations made in the conduct of archaeological work Essential
Driving licence Desirable
CSCS card Desirable
Commitment to professional standards of archaeology Essential
Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team Essential
Commitment to UCL’s policy of equal opportunity and the ability to work harmoniously with colleagues, students and others of all cultures and backgrounds Essential
Own car and willingness to use for work purposes Desirable
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