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Senior Archaeologist (Built Heritage)

Summary Information for vacancy - reference FIELD48-2

Department

Museum of London Group

Salary

£19,800 p.a. plus final salary pension scheme and clothing allowance (negotiable for candidates with exceptional skills)

Location

N1 7ED, Hackney (IL), Greater London, London

Closing Date

24 June 2011

Interviews start

11 July 2011

Grade

AO

Seniority

Junior

Pay frequency

Monthly

Appointment Terms

Permanent

Working Arrangement

Full time

Travel required

No

No of vacancies

2

Field of work

Operational Delivery

Brief Description

We are looking for motivated individuals to work across our busy Buildings and Assessments teams to support our growing built heritage workload. You will be responsible for carrying out built heritage fieldwork and the subsequent preparation of client reports including but not limited to standing building assessments, heritage statements, conservation management plans, built heritage surveys, standing building recording reports and environmental statements to meet client requirements, MOLA quality standards and commercial budget and time constraints.

Vacancy description

£19,800 p.a. plus final salary pension scheme and clothing allowance (negotiable for candidates with exceptional skills)

One permanent post and one 6 month post (with possibility of being extended)

We are looking for motivated individuals to work across our busy Buildings and Assessments teams to support our growing built heritage workload. You will be responsible for carrying out built heritage fieldwork and the subsequent preparation of client reports including but not limited to standing building assessments, heritage statements, conservation management plans, built heritage surveys, standing building recording reports and environmental statements to meet client requirements, MOLA quality standards and commercial budget and time constraints.

You must have proven experience in designing, supervising and delivering pre-planning projects and planning condition driven projects. You must also be a strong team-worker with a flexible approach to work, keen to develop your skills within MOLA and to contribute to the growth of our built heritage reputation and commercial success.

Applications from candidates with a background in historic building conservation are welcomed.
 

Language Skills

English

Skills

Essential Criteria

  • Ability to prepare archaeological reports to meet publications standards
  • Ability to work under pressure and to tight schedules
  • Excellent organisational skills and ability to manage own time and work to deadlines
  • The ability to communicate effectively and professionally with people at all levels

Desirable criteria

  • Familiarity with London archive procedures
  • Familiarity with GIS systems and CAD

Qualifications

Essential criteria

  • Degree in Archaeology or equivalent discipline or equivalent work experience
  • CSCS Card or willingness to train and take the test

Desirable criteria

  • Corporate Membership of IFA
  • Further degree in relevant discipline

 

Experience

Essential criteria

  • Experience of having successfully line managed and developed others
  • Demonstrable experience of working in multi-disciplinary teams to deliver projects within time and budget constraints
  • Substantial experience of commercial built heritage projects

Desirable criteria

  • Substantial experience of supervising below-ground archaeology projects
  • Substantial experience of delivering watching briefs
  • Experience of training other archaeological staff

 

Further information

CRB check required - No

Regulated by OCSC - No

Reserved for existing civil servants - No

Reserved for UK nationals - No

How to apply

Application forms and further details can be found at www.museumoflondonarchaeology.org.uk/jobs. Alternatively, please send a stamped self-addressed A4 envelope to Museum of London, 150 London Wall, London, EC2Y 5HN, marked for the attention of HR, quoting reference number FIELD48 -2


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