Looking for a truly unique opportunity in a City of Culture? A city of ambition, a city that sparked the English Civil War, a city that does things differently. From the mouth of the River Humber to the medieval town of Hull, with surviving Henrician defences and a rich maritime heritage - think Hull doesn’t have rich archaeological remains?
It’s time to share our story. Join a small team of archaeologists working to record and promote the archaeology of Hull and East Riding.
Humber Historic Environment Record is looking for an experienced archaeologist with a background in geoarchaeology to develop an Urban Archaeological Database and deposit model.
This is a unique opportunity to join the team as UAD Project Officer and deliver a project funded by Historic England. This is a fixed term post for 20 months.
You will have a degree in archaeology or related subject, have experience of Historic Environment Records, understand geoarchaeological processes and the creation of deposit models. You will be enthusiastic about archaeology and promoting the story of Hull to the public. Familiarity with HBSMR and GIS packages would be an advantage but not essential, as wouild knowledge of deposit software. In return, you would have the opportunity to shape the creation of the deposit model, its uses and applications.
For informal discussions regarding the vacancy please contact Lucie McCarthy on (01482) 612940
Closing date for applications: 25th November
Interview date: 7th November