Company Info

Museum of London Archaeology

London, United Kingdom

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Web Site: https://www.mola.org.uk/

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Senior Geoarchaeologist


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Job ID:

478

Location:

London, United Kingdom 

Category:

GIS, GIS Analyst, GIS Consultant, GIS Project Manager, GIS Support

Salary:

£26,399 - £29,620 (dependent upon experience) per year
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Job Views:

1306

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

12.16.2021
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Job Description:

MOLA is an experienced and innovative archaeology practice. We have been providing independent, professional heritage advice and services for over 40 years across the UK and internationally on schemes both large and small. Our commercial services are designed to help our development, infrastructure and construction sector clients to meet their planning process requirements swiftly and expertly, with the certainty and value they need.
 
We are world-renowned for archaeological fieldwork, delivering social value, and undertaking highly significant research. We wrote the book on fieldwork recording methodologies, and continue to shape the industry today.

 
The role
MOLA is looking for qualified Geoarchaeologists to work on a wide variety of project types and tasks, including on-site and off-site geoarchaeological work. The role is varied and will include a number of practical tasks ranging from auger and borehole work, advising and sampling on archaeological sites to off-site lab work, report writing, and deposit modelling.
 
You will be meticulous in your work approach, a natural problem solver and be interested in developing methodologies.  You will already be familiar/competent with archaeological sites, floodplain alluvial environments, sedimentary sampling and description, report writing, and Excel with knowledge of ARCGIS / Rockworks programmes desirable.
 
You will ideally have UK commercial archaeology experience. Candidates should demonstrate an ability to work within large teams and have a flexible approach to deployment. CSCS card holders are preferred.
 

Job Requirements:

Why join MOLA
Our large, multi-disciplinary teams work on some of the UK’s biggest and most exciting projects, making headlines around the world. As a well-connected organisation and one of the largest in the country - with over 300 people in a range of specialisms - we can offer access to learning and development opportunities few other employers can.
 
MOLA have a policy of mentoring and training for staff at all levels to develop individual capability and enhance career prospects.
 
 
We always seek new ways to support our people and have various wellbeing initiatives and financial assistance schemes available. We are proud supporters of the mental health charity Mates in Mind, and continuously work to make MOLA a safe and inclusive environment
 
For an informal discussion about the role please contact Graham Spurr - Head of Geoarchaeology at gspurr@mola.org.uk
 
For more information and to apply:
Please visit https://mola.current-vacancies.com/Jobs/Advert/2461648?cid=2033&t=Senior-Geoarchaeologist
 
The closing date for applications is Sunday 16th January 2022.
 
All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement.


Company Info


Museum of London Archaeology
London, United Kingdom
Phone:
Web Site: https://www.mola.org.uk/

Senior Geoarchaeologist

col-narrow-left   

Job ID:

478

Location:

London, United Kingdom 

Category:

GIS, GIS Analyst, GIS Consultant, GIS Project Manager, GIS Support

Salary:

£26,399 - £29,620 (dependent upon experience) per year
col-narrow-right   

Job Views:

1306

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

12.16.2021
col-wide   

Job Description:

MOLA is an experienced and innovative archaeology practice. We have been providing independent, professional heritage advice and services for over 40 years across the UK and internationally on schemes both large and small. Our commercial services are designed to help our development, infrastructure and construction sector clients to meet their planning process requirements swiftly and expertly, with the certainty and value they need.
 
We are world-renowned for archaeological fieldwork, delivering social value, and undertaking highly significant research. We wrote the book on fieldwork recording methodologies, and continue to shape the industry today.

 
The role
MOLA is looking for qualified Geoarchaeologists to work on a wide variety of project types and tasks, including on-site and off-site geoarchaeological work. The role is varied and will include a number of practical tasks ranging from auger and borehole work, advising and sampling on archaeological sites to off-site lab work, report writing, and deposit modelling.
 
You will be meticulous in your work approach, a natural problem solver and be interested in developing methodologies.  You will already be familiar/competent with archaeological sites, floodplain alluvial environments, sedimentary sampling and description, report writing, and Excel with knowledge of ARCGIS / Rockworks programmes desirable.
 
You will ideally have UK commercial archaeology experience. Candidates should demonstrate an ability to work within large teams and have a flexible approach to deployment. CSCS card holders are preferred.
 

Job Requirements:

Why join MOLA
Our large, multi-disciplinary teams work on some of the UK’s biggest and most exciting projects, making headlines around the world. As a well-connected organisation and one of the largest in the country - with over 300 people in a range of specialisms - we can offer access to learning and development opportunities few other employers can.
 
MOLA have a policy of mentoring and training for staff at all levels to develop individual capability and enhance career prospects.
 
 
We always seek new ways to support our people and have various wellbeing initiatives and financial assistance schemes available. We are proud supporters of the mental health charity Mates in Mind, and continuously work to make MOLA a safe and inclusive environment
 
For an informal discussion about the role please contact Graham Spurr - Head of Geoarchaeology at gspurr@mola.org.uk
 
For more information and to apply:
Please visit https://mola.current-vacancies.com/Jobs/Advert/2461648?cid=2033&t=Senior-Geoarchaeologist
 
The closing date for applications is Sunday 16th January 2022.
 
All applicants must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to commencement.