Still open until 17 November:
- Survey, record and interpret known and unknown submerged heritage assets using a range of excavation and diving equipment
- Plan and manage an underwater excavation
- Produce, compile and maintain archaeological data and handle, record and pre-classify waterlogged finds including entering data continuously to the excavation database
- Draw sketches, plans and sections according to QM guidelines
- Analyze and interpret archaeological, geophysical and remote-sensing survey data, including Acoustic Systems, Bathymetric survey, Side scan Sonar, Sub-Bottom Profiling, Magnetometer etc.
- Manage pictures (archiving and renaming pictures), write internal reports and desk based assessments.
- Write and publish scientific excavation reports
- Practical and theoretical knowledge about measuring, drawing and documenting underwater
- Experience conducting underwater archaeological surveys including remote sensing data collection and processing, mapping, recording, excavation and report writing
- Skills with personal computer applications including GIS
- Ability to work individually and as part of a team
- Knowledge about Gulf archaeology
- Certification as scientific diver
- Certificate for boat experience that includes launching, trailering and operating.
- Minimum Master Degree in Maritime/Nautical Archaeology or related field, a PhD Degree is desirable.
- Minimum of 8 years of experience