Tel: +44 01620 861643 | Email: email@example.com
This section will let you know some more details about the BAJR employment system.
If there is anything more you want to know, please call me on 0787 6528 498 / 01620 861643 or email me at - firstname.lastname@example.org
Simple answer to that is; £100 per single advert. This helps to cover the vast number of additional free services on BAJR, from Education, Guides and a massive updated database of archaeology to cutting edge technology which will be shared for free... We even produce a web based radio program once a week. ...
Add to that an audience of over 4000 people per day!! and that is surely worth it. You can pay either by sending a cheque made payable to BAJR or British Archaeological Jobs & Resource sent to BAJR, Old Schoolrooms, Luggate Burn, East Lothian, EH41 4QA
BACs payments are also welcome - the BACS details are printed on the invoice
You can also pay by PayPal or CreditCard (via PayPal).
BAJR has decided to implement a simple system based upon duries and responsibilities expected of an individual:
The weekly rate is based on a calculation based on 37.5 hours work per 5 day week (with no additional non statuatory holiday pay entitlement, pension rights or sickness leave entitlement)
The pay bands are not meant to be expected pay levels, but a minima below which a person cannot be paid below. If the post does fall below this, then it cannot be advertised on BAJR.
This also includes other posts that are within the company, where it is expected that ALL jobs within the company fall within the recommendations.
For Grade 1 training and Placement posts it is essential that this is discusssed with BAJR prior to advertising. - I must be satisfied that remuneration is provided and training and outcomes are well defined. These posts must not be used to cover for a potential full time member of staff and evidence may be required to show the post is one that fulfills the criteria.
GRADE: (example post)
(Required Minimum - this is a minimum level not a pay level and it is expected that a higher remuneration is available)
G1 Training Position)
Please discuss with BAJR the relevance , remuneration and outcomes of this position.
G2 (ie Basic Site Assistant)
£16,339.10 (£314.21 per week)
G3 (ie Site Assistant 2 or Technical Worker 1
£17,439.46 ( £ 335.39 per week)
G 3/4 (ie Senior Site Assistant or Technical Worker 1 or Junior/Trainee
£18,231.79 (£350.61 per week)
G4 (ie Technical Worker 2 or Supervisor )
£19,031.00 (£365.99 per week)
G 4/5 (ie Senior Technical Worker 2 or Supervisor or Junior Project
£20,063.26 (£385.83 per week)
G 5 (ie Specialist 1, or Project Officer SMR Asst.)
£21,332.86 (410.25per week)
G 5/6 (ie Senior Specialist, SMR post and Project Officer or Junior/Trainee
G 6 (ie Specialist 2, Senior SMR Post or Project Manager)
G 7 (ie Directorial and Senior Management)
For more on these post descriptions please see here: Guide to Pay and Conditions 2013/14
AS often as I can - and with mobile technology this can mean daily.
It can be up to 3 days however as I may with to discuss an element of the advert, such as wording or the rates.
BAJR does try to keep an eye on what is going on... it is quite often like the proverbial swan with a gentle glide on the surface and a frantic paddling beneath. I am grateful to all the companies that advertise through BAJR for their support and help maintain the standard.
The jobs you never see are ones that pay beneath the BAJR set pay levels or have conditions that are not in keeping with the IfA Codes and Conducts that BAJR not only recommends as a standard, but upholds as a supporter and Full Member of the IfA.
If you have a problem with either a company that advertises (they are in breach of H&S or Pay Levels or Employment Entitlements) then please get in touch and we can try to negotiate an amicable solution.
The same is true for a company with a problem staff member. I am only able to act if I am informed of problems and will carry out investigations in an attempt to find a reasonable solution.
The Diggers Forum also keeps an eye on all adverts, and reports any potential issues.
In one breath, here are the answers to most of your questions :