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Archaeobotanist/Palaeoecologist post at English Heritage

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  • j_fitzroy
    Forwarded from another list: English Heritage is advertising a post for an Archaeobotanist/Palaeoecologist. Please circulate the following information to
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      English Heritage is advertising a post for an
      Archaeobotanist/Palaeoecologist. Please circulate the following
      information to interested colleagues.

      English Heritage protects and provides advice on this countrys unique
      legacy of historic buildings, landscapes and archaeological sites. We
      also manage over 400 sites and welcome in excess of 11 million
      visitors to these each year.

      Archaeobotanist/Palaeoecologist

      circa. £23,000 per annum

      Changes to the organisation of English Heritages scientific staff
      mean that we are now looking for an experienced
      Archaeobotanist/Palaeoecologist to join the Environmental Studies Team
      in Portsmouth.

      The post-holder will be expected to carry out research into one of the
      following: macroscopic plant remains, pollen, charcoal, and preferably
      also diatoms, foraminifera, molluscs or ostracods. Experience of
      working in the coastal and or marine archaeology would be a distinct
      advantage as the post-holder will work closely with the Maritime
      Archaeology Team. Other duties will include undertaking analytical
      work on English Heritage projects, project monitoring, providing
      advice, developing the botanical reference collections, and
      participating in training and public access programmes.

      A higher degree in an archaeological or environmental science and at
      least 3 years relevant experience, or a first degree in an
      archaeological or environmental science subject and at least 5 years
      relevant experience is essential. You should have excellent
      communication skills, thrive under pressure, and enjoy working within
      a small team.

      For an application form and further details, please send an A4 sized
      self-addressed envelope (no stamp) to Sarah King, Human Resources,
      English Heritage, National Monuments Record Centre, Kemble Drive,
      Swindon,

      SN2 2GZ, quoting reference number J/031/05.

      Closing date for the receipt of applications is Friday 13th May 2005.
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