GRADUATE ARCHAEOLOGISTS FOR GEOPHYSICAL SURVEY TEAMS
Salary: from £21,525 (rising to £22,170.75 once assessment passed) + generous benefits package
Hours: Full time, 37.5h/week
Locations: You will be based out of our geophysics hub in Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire but working on sites across the UK
Contract Type: 6 month fixed-term contract with a view to extension
Closing Date: March 31st 2023. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and we may fill existing vacancies before the closing date, so you are advised to submit your application as early as possible.
Are you fascinated in the past and looking for a career in commercial archaeology? Do you ever wonder how archaeological sites are located and identified in the first place? Do you want to be at the forefront of the development of geophysical survey techniques in the commercial field? Do you want to be part of a big team working on nationally important and interesting projects throughout the United Kingdom?
If so and you are a Graduate Archaeologist who has what it takes, keen to develop and expand your knowledge and skills in archaeology, we have an excellent training programme where you will be part of a team who delivers high quality geophysical surveys to a range of clients.
The traineeship scheme offers you structured mandatory and optional modules along with dedicated support from our L&D department.
Why Should You Apply?
We are a privately owned archaeological business, part of the RSK Group, a leader in integrated environmental, engineering, and technical services. We provide heritage services to the development and construction sectors in UK and across the world. With four offices in England and one in Scotland, we offer our employees:
We are looking to recruit up to 6 Graduate Archaeologists, committed, results-driven individuals, available to start our geophysical survey training programme immediately. You will be based in our offices in Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire.
The posts are predominantly field-based and will involve the survey of sites, using a range of geophysical techniques but primarily magnetometry, of all sizes across the United Kingdom. You will benefit from using the extensive resources available through our training scheme alongside support from other staff to help develop your early career.
The nature of the surveys varies from small scale projects which may be completed in a day or two to major infrastructure projects which may take several weeks. Virtually all the surveys will involve working away from your office base in West Yorkshire and travelling to new places is a normal part of this role. Weekend working may occasionally be required.
In Headland we are proud of our people. We will support you to your meet your goals and throughout the training programme.
Skills and Qualities:
A Degree in Archaeology, or in a relevant subject
Benefits we offer you:
How to apply
You must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to your commencement.
Send CV and covering letter to email@example.com quoting reference GRADGEO2023. Postal applications will not be accepted. For queries regarding the role, and the trainee programme, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Headland is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and we are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.