Reporting to the Lead Archaeologist, the candidate will form part of En-Sure’s Archaeology Team. The Candidate’s main duties will be to undertake archaeology monitoring and other duties as assigned by the Lead Archaeologist and to assist with any other work as may be required. These may include:
1. Provide assistance to the archaeologists and Lead Archaeologist in the performance of the duties of the archaeology team.
2. Undertake such duties as may be assigned by superiors, including research, on site monitoring, office work, and report production.
3. Prepare reports as directed by the Lead Archaeologist.
4. Assist the archaeology team in delivering projects on time and to the expected quality.
5. Undertake any other assignments as may be directed by the Directors of the company.
6. May be occasionally required to work shift hours depending on project exigencies; though this would not be the norm and would be agreed beforehand.
The ideal candidate is expected to have:
a) A first degree (MQF Level 6) in Archaeology (whether major or subsidiary);
b) Be registered as an archaeology monitor with the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage (or have the necessary qualifications to obtain such registration within a reasonable time);
c) Exposure to relevant work gained through practical and/or on-the-job training (including University placements); and
d) Experience in using ACAD software (or similar).
In addition, the candidate is to:
a) Be of high integrity, accountable, well-organized, and highly motivated;
b) Thrive on working in a challenging environment with tight deadlines;
c) Be ready to be trained in the use of new technologies, software and equipment required for the conduct of the tasks assigned; and
d) Possess a valid driving license.
Applicants are to send a detailed CV together with a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org that explains why they should be considered for the job. Applications are to be received by 26 January 2018.