We are seeking to employ a Senior or Principal Geoarchaeologist to play a lead role in developing and leading our geoarchaeological and deposit modelling offering.
To meet our growing workload and specialist requirements we are looking for an experienced geoarchaeologist to develop our capabilities to undertake geoarchaeological assessment, produce geoarchaeological project designs and written schemes of investigation, manage/undertaken geoarchaeological monitoring and recording, and create deposit models.
The role comprises, but is not limited to, developing our inhouse capabilities to undertake or elements of geoarchaeological work on infrastructure projects, from project bidding, through inception, design assessment, and fieldwork stages. Including production of reports and deposits models to support projects/planning applications, and providing specialist advise and client liaison. In addition, the successful applicant will support the Heritage Team with general archaeological consultancy work, include historic environment assessment and EIA inputs.
Well-developed professional knowledge and understanding of British archaeology/geoarchaeology.
A relevant archaeological/geoarchaeological masters degree
Competent research skills
Competent IT skills, including the use of relevant deposit modelling software packages
Experience of Geographical Information Systems
Experience of producing geoarchaeological assessments, deposit models and geoarchaeological impact assessments.
Experience designing and undertaking geoarchaeological fieldwork
Strong communication, and presenting skills
Experience of producing non geoarchaeological archaeological reports, including desk based assessments, WSIs and EIA inputs.
Experience of Marine Archaeology, include associated marine deposit modelling/assessments
The Mott MacDonald Heritage Team has 27 staff based in Glasgow, Cambridge, Birmingham, Bristol, Reading, Leeds, Brighton, Altrincham and London. We span the heritage disciplines with specialist skills in archaeological and built heritage management.
About the business unit
Environmental and social considerations are central to Mott MacDonald’s Purpose and its offerings across all sectors and territories. Our environment and social business provides essential services and innovative solutions which anticipate our clients’ needs across all sectors.
How to apply
To apply for this role, please complete our 15-minute application via our website. Our talent acquisition coordinators aim to provide feedback within 5 working days with the outcome of your application. More information about our application process can be found here. If you have any questions regarding your application or the role, please reach out to the dedicated recruiter listed who will be more than happy to help.
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