TEP is looking to recruit a suitably qualified Graduate Historic Environment Consultant for its multidisciplinary team in Market Harborough, Leicestershire. This is an exciting consultancy opportunity which offers a chance to work in a successful and established archaeology and historic environment team on a range of stimulating and challenging projects, and further your own career and expertise in a supportive multidisciplinary practice.
The Role and Requirements
This post would appeal to an archaeologist or heritage graduate in the early stages of their career, ideally with some consultancy work experience. The role involves providing advice on archaeology and the historic environment to a wide range of clients involved in energy, residential, commercial, private and public sectors. Our projects include the assessment of buried archaeology, historic landscapes, built heritage affects and small fieldwork projects. Key responsibilities will be the preparation of desk-based assessments and heritage statements, specifying archaeological mitigation measures, the provision of technical advice to clients and colleagues and providing support to the wider heritage team within TEP.
The successful candidate should be a Practitioner (PCIfA) Grade member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA), or equivalent professional body, or be eligible for that grade of membership.
TEP is an Investors in People Gold Standard employer. The post offers a great opportunity for career progression, with in-house mentoring and support in a professional service area that TEP is keen to expand.
Successful candidates will be able to demonstrate:
- Relevant qualification in archaeology, heritage or a related subject, or experience equivalent to this;
- Ability to apply professional standards in a commercial environment;
- Report writing;
- Good analytical skills;
- Computer literacy, particularly Microsoft Word and Excel;
- Full driving licence;
- The ability to action instructions independently and
- The ability to work well within a team.
- Experience of specifying and managing archaeological contracts;
- Previous experience of writing historic environment desk-based assessments and heritage statements;
- Experience of using GIS;
- An understanding of Environmental Legislation and the planning system;
- Skills developed whilst working in a consultancy environment and:
- Experience with liaising directly with clients and other environmental managers;
- Practitioner (PCIfA) or higher Grade member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) or equivalent professional body.
TEP offer a salary and benefits package, consistent with the CIfA and BAJR minima, including pension scheme and payment of professional subscriptions. Salary will be dependent on experience.
TEP is an Equal Opportunities employer and an Investor in People. We operate an Equal Opportunities Policy and seek to ensure opportunities for everyone to work safely and maximise their abilities.
We are only able to consider candidates already eligible to work in the UK.
For more information about this role and how to apply, please download the application declaration pack herePlease send your completed application declaration form and CV to email@example.com.
Closing date for receipt of applications is 1st September 2019.