TITLE: Site Director
LOCATION: IAC Ltd. Head Offices, Network Enterprise Centre, Kilcoole, Co Wicklow.
DURATION: Full-time (37.5 hour-week Mon-Fri.). Contract: Immediate start, permanent position (pending suitability and probation).
REMUNERATION Competitive salary (dependent on experience); (BAJR Approved)
BACKGROUND: IAC Archaeology is Ireland’s largest archaeological consultancy with significant experience in working for a wide variety of Clients and across sectors from transport and utilities to commercial and residential developments. We have a dedicated and highly professional consultancy and fieldwork team, who work to the highest standard and provide robust and objective solutions for the benefit of our clients and the wider historic environment. IAC Archaeology is proud to be a Corporate Member of the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland.
JOB DESCRIPTION: Due to continued business growth, we are currently looking for experienced Site Directors to join our expanding and friendly team in our Kilcoole office in County Wicklow. We would also welcome suitably qualified applicants (Project Officer/Senior Project Officer level) with UK commercial experience who would be interested in relocating to Ireland. Reporting to the Associate Director (Team Leader), you will carry out a variety of fieldwork projects (test-trenching, excavation, Monitoring) on projects in both the greater Dublin area and across the country.
Responsibilities will include (but not limited to):
- Preparation of licence applications and supporting documentation in relation to all aspects of archaeological fieldwork will be required (including aspects of H&S).
- Carry out archaeological fieldwork (testing, monitoring, excavation - as required), including the management of small-scale projects.
- Production of a range of archaeological testing, monitoring and excavation reports.
· BA/BSc Degree in Archaeology.
· Proven ability to direct archaeological fieldwork projects
· Licence eligible (or with the appropriate UK experience to become so in Ireland)
· Robust knowledge of the Irish and/or UK Planning system in relation to archaeology and heritage.
· Excellent writing and communications skills, ability to work individually and as part of a team. Flexibility and a willingness to adapt to changing situations is critical.
· Professional archaeological report writing experience.
· Good IT skills & computer literacy.
· Highly motivated, conscientious and efficient approach to work.
· A full driving licence with own transport
IAC is an equal-opportunities employer.
HOW TO APPLY: Email a cover letter and CV to email@example.com by 5pm Friday 28th February 2020.