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Job Vacancy: Archaeology South-East

1 July 2013

Archaeology South-East

Archaeology South-East is advertising for a Project Manager (Ref.:1341861). The deadline for applications is 12 July 2013.

Archaeology South-East, the contracts division of the Centre for Applied Archaeology  (formerly known as the Institute's Field Unit), wishes to recruit a full-time experienced Project Manager able to prepare tenders for fieldwork contacts, manage staff and budgets in the delivery of fieldwork and or post excavation services and contribute to the overall running of the project team.

Archaeology South-East has a wide portfolio of work, with an emphasis on archaeological attendances associated with construction projects in SE England, delivered by a team of over 80 professional staff. As part of the management team the successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to the wider research and teaching objectives of UCL.

The post is based at the Archaeology South-East offices in Brighton, East Sussex.

  • Further details of the post and the online application facility are available on the UCL website.
  • Enquiries about the application process may be directed to Jayne Brooks, email: fau@ucl.ac.uk Tel: 01273 426830.
  • Prospective candidates may telephone Dominic Perring (07703 341312) for an informal discussion of employment prospects and conditions.

Archaeology South-East is involved in developing professional practice, pioneering new approaches to the study of the past, finding ways to involve local communities in their work, and in communicating results to popular and academic audiences.