MHI Data Manager - Birmingham
PAY: from £25,000 for 37.5 hours per week
START DATE: November – immediate start date
ACCOMMODATION: Not provided, but a £2500 allowance will be offered to those who relocate to Birmingham.
We are recruiting a Data Manager to oversee the metric survey work at a large cemetery excavation in Birmingham and potentially other sites on a large infrastructure scheme. The role assumes overall responsibility for the spatial record, the survey team, skills, processes and equipment required to produce a high-quality product. The candidate must be a competent surveyor with at least 3 years’ experience using a total station, robotic total station and GPS Units and have a sound understanding of site control. The post-holder will also be fully proficient in post-survey processing of archaeological survey data. Experience of urban archaeological survey is essential.
Although the majority of daily site survey work will be undertaken by the survey supervisors, you will manage the team confidently and be able to provide support as needed, with a particular focus on resolving and issues with the data and/or equipment.
While primarily focused on the spatial record, the role will also cover other data and database management tasks for the project. This will involve overseeing both field and office based teams who will gather, process, check, store and disseminate archaeological information in a variety of paper and digital formats, including photographic records. The post holder will need to undertake some of these tasks personally and will serve as data steward for the information under their control. Experience of paperless archaeological recording is desired but not essential.
Preference will be given to applicants who already hold AQP/PQP CSCS cards. Please note CRO cards are not accepted on the scheme. We can arrange and pay for a test if necessary and provide information about how to upgrade CRO cards to AQP/PQP. Offers of employment will be conditional on acquiring the right card. Please note that the test stations are only available in the UK.
- 28 days annual leave (including bank holidays) pro rata
- Company pension scheme
- Cycle to work scheme
- Access to promotion / transfer opportunities within MOLA and Headland
- Relocation allowance of £2500 (payable over 3 months) if relocating to Birmingham from outside of Birmingham (eligibility rules apply)
There may be opportunities to transfer to work on other projects within MOLA and Headland. These will only be available subject to successful completion of the probationary period.
For more information about the role and to apply, please download the full job description and application form from either site at:
https://www.mola.org.uk/about-us/careers or https://www.headlandarchaeology.com/careers/current-vacancies/
- The closing date for applications is Sunday 18th November at 23:59
- Applications made without an application form will not be considered
- Applications should be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please refer to the job code MHDM-B when making your application
- Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.
While everyone recruited will have common contracts, the employer will be either Headland or MOLA. Successful applicants will be assigned to one organisation for management of HR issues.
All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement.
MHI promotes diversity and equality of opportunity at all levels, and welcomes applications from people regardless of sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, age, or religion or belief.