Valencia port authority has called a tender for the geotechnical and underwater archaeological survey campaign for the container dock project of the northern extension of the harbour, at an estimated value of €1.4 million euro ($1.6 million).
The port has launched the project to expand the port, which will include a future container terminal with a berth of about two km in length and a draft of 20 metres, an adjacent esplanade area of some 137 hectares, a maritime access canal, road and rail connection.
The duration of the contract is seven months and the deadline for receiving offers will expire on June 19.
Do you have exceptional interpersonal skills? Do you have an understanding of the legislation and policy which applies in the marine environment and impacts on wreck and salvage issues? Would you relish an interesting and unusual opportunity within Government?
Do you have experience of engaging directly with external customers and/or members of the public?
If so, we are looking for a Receiver of Wreck to join us at the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) and we’d love to hear from you.
This is a pivotal role and historic, which provides the function through which much of Part IX of the Merchant Shipping Act 1995 is administered, operated and enforced.
As the Receiver of Wreck for the UK, you will deal with matters of wreck and salvage in UK waters and wreck brought within UK waters. You will find yourself dealing with wreck material from the Bronze Age all the way through to the operational response to current incidents involving wreck and salvage.
This is a unique, challenging and rewarding role where you will have the opportunity to engage with a wide range of stakeholders, from colleagues across the MCA to Ministers, wider Government and industry stakeholders to name just a few.
This is an advanced professional, administrative, and field position that requires varied and complex duties as an archaeologist. Work involves evaluating and managing terrestrial and submerged archaeological resources throughout the state, conducting cultural resource compliance reviews associated with Federal and State laws and regulations and making additions to and editing restricted archaeological data in the office’s Geographical Information System (GIS). This position is a specialist in underwater archaeology and requires OSHA-exempt scientific diving, OSHA-complaint working diving, boat handling, marine remote sensing, conducting underwater archaeological investigations, assisting with processing resulting collections, and analysis and reporting of investigative results. Duties may also involve a wide range of public outreach activities relating to the office’s underwater archaeology program requiring interaction with the public, avocational archaeologist, and the media. Employee works under the direct supervision of the Deputy State Archaeologist – Underwater and performs related duties as required.
We are looking for an archeologist able to come work to Portugal, Algarve.
The work is for a underwater archaeologist to follow-up dredging interventions, meaning that they have to be responsible for the reports.
The conditions are:
– Type of intervention: follow-up of dredging.
– Position: director / co-direction
– Hours: Monday to Friday 9:30 am / 5:30 pm, from June 3 to June 30
– Fees: € 1800
– We have a house in Alvor
– We need a document saying that he/she can secure the work, a letter of recommendation (for example) and academic certificate ratings
– As a responsible archaeologist, he/she must possess adequate technical-scientific training, experienceability to decide, he/she will have to have a good knowledge and control of the project. Ensure the archaeological supervision of the project with minimal damage to its development.
The call for papers for the Nautical Archaeology Society’s annual conference 2019 are now open.
The details of the conference can be found on our website here: https://www.nauticalarchaeologysociety.org/annual-conference