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WHO ARE WE?
Network Archaeology have just celebrated our 24th birthday. We have evolved over the years and continue to encompass modern values and the ethics of our profession, and we have a great employment vision.
Network Archaeology has a particular focus on nationally important infrastructure including energy, transportation and renewables. With a large and growing portfolio of work, we are seeking to expand on our Geomatics team based at our Lincoln office.
Geomatics Project Supervisor or Project Officer
£24,095 - £28,357 (depending on experience)
- A degree or post-graduate qualification in archaeology or a related discipline
- Demonstrable experience in using GIS software. Knowledge of ArcGIS and particularly ArcGIS Pro and ArcOnline is a strong advantage.
- Experience with QGIS, CAD packages, Adobe CS, Agisoft Photoscan/ Metashape or other software packages would be an advantage
- Experience with geomatics data processing, editing and presentation of data to a high standard
- Proven track record in production of commercial archaeology report and publication figures
- Excellent time management and communication skills
- Familiarity with archaeological fieldwork and understanding of how stratigraphy and phasing is applied to geomatics data
- Demonstrable ability to undertake a varied and often time-sensitive workload
- Able to accurately follow company processes and work within a team of professionals
- Web and application development
- A full driving licence
- High level of attention-to-detail.
- A willingness to learn and adapt to new software.
Role & Responsibilities
- Based at our Lincoln offices as part of our friendly and motivated graphics team
- You will use a range of software packages, including ArcGIS to manage data produced on site or provided by clients and produce high quality content for use in WSIs, RAMS, marketing, grey literature reports and publications
- An enthusiasm for the role and willingness to innovate and improve on existing systems is welcome
- 6-month contract – With the probability of an extension
- The contract includes 28 days paid holiday per year (incl. public and bank holidays), rising with service
- Contractual sick pay (after qualifying period and rising with service)
- Contributory pension scheme
- Childcare vouchers
- Bike2Work scheme
- BUPA Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
- Membership of CIfA is desirable
- Applicants must be a British citizen, an EU national or hold a current Work Permit. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to any offer of employment. If you hold a Work Permit you need to send a copy with your CV
Please email CV and brief covering letter to: Michelle Pilgrim at email@example.com
The closing date for applications is 6th November 2020. We respond to all received applications.
Network Archaeology is an Equal Opportunity Employer.