Vacancies in the Nottingham office

Available Roles:

Located in NOTTINGHAM: Trent & Peak and various locations, for immediate start;

 

Project Archaeologists

graduate trainees to experienced field staff: £17,431 – £18,374 p.a.

A variety of opportunities, both Nottingham and away-based, exist for Project Archaeologists. Full support and training, focussing on the Skills Passport, CPD log and tailored sessions will be given to graduate trainees (less than 6 months experience) to acquire the skills to progress.

 

Project Supervisors

£19,000 – £20,500 p.a. dependent on experience

We require Project Supervisors to assist Project Officers in implementing agreed programmes of fieldwork within strict time and budgetary constraints. This could include the supervision of small to medium field teams, independent excavation, survey and recording, or elements of post-excavation analysis and reporting.

 

Project Officers

£21,000 – £25,758 p.a. dependent on experience

We require Project Officers to implement agreed programmes of fieldwork within strict time and budgetary constraints. Reporting to a Project Manager, you will be responsible for the leadership of small to large field teams and the coordination of post excavation/reporting tasks, commensurate with your experience. For the right candidate, project management training leading to progression could be provided.

 

Project Manager (Heritage Consultancy)

£25,883 – £31,000 p.a. dependent on experience

Due to critical growth in early-stage enquiries at TPA, we require a Project Manager to focus solely on the establishment of a formal Heritage Consultancy department. Based in Nottingham, the successful candidate will manage a portfolio of desk-based based projects throughout the Midlands and beyond, and provide expert advice to a wide variety of clients from project inception to completion.

 

Project Manager

£25,883 – £31,000 p.a. dependent on experience

Due to a continuing increase in our portfolio of commercial, community and research projects, we require an additional Project Manager. Based in Nottingham the successful candidate will have a demonstrable ability to manage a portfolio of field based projects throughout the Midlands and beyond.

 

All posts are for 6-12 month contracts in the first instance with the potential for extension/permanence and
require:

  • A degree in archaeology or related discipline and an appropriate level of demonstrable experience
  • A driving licence (for Project Supervisors and Officers)
  • CIfA membership and valid CSCS card is preferred
  • A First Aid at Work certificate would be advantageous, but not essential

 

Roles at other sites:

To view employment opportunities within YAT’s other archaeological offices located in York, Sheffield and Glasgow, as well as its Attractions & Events division, please follow the links below: