ILLUSTRATOR / ASSISTANT ILLUSTRATOR
Salary range £20,548 - £25,049 (Dependent on experience)
We are looking for a full-time archaeological illustrator to join our Andover Office, to produce high quality illustrations for client reports, publications and other graphics outputs.
We would prefer an experienced Illustrator, but would consider those requiring further training to develop/enhance illustration skills. As part of our Illustration team, you will need to demonstrate your excellent verbal and written communication and time-management skills.
For the Illustrator role, you will have proven expertise in the production of archaeological illustrations and confidence using Adobe Creative Suite, AutoCAD and GIS. Ideally you are already a member of the CIfA, or able to demonstrate that you meet the requirements for membership.
For the Assistant Illustrator role, you will have some experience of the Adobe Creative Suite and the production of finds drawings, and will be fully committed to developing your knowledge of illustration software and drawing skills.
As well as the opportunity to join one of the country’s leading archaeological practices (with our award-winning training schemes), we are able to offer an attractive benefits package which includes 22 days annual leave (rising with service), paid sick leave, life assurance, childcare vouchers and a generous contributory pension, as well as some assistance with relocation expenses.
For an informal discussion about this opportunity please contact Karen Walker (Principal Post-excavation Manager) on 07889 811393.
You can find out more about CA, and download a job description and application form at www.cotswoldarchaeology.co.uk.
If you can demonstrate that you meet the essential requirements for either role, then please submit a completed application form, CV and covering letter, to email@example.com or by post to HR Department, Cotswold Archaeology, Building 11, Kemble Enterprise Park, Cirencester, Glos GL7 6BQ by 9am on Wednesday 24th May 2017. Your application should be accompanied by six examples of your archaeological illustrative work, of which at least three should be non-artefact illustrations (acceptable forms are paper, digital or via links).