Trainee Archaeologists, Archaeologists, Senior Archaeologists and Project Officers
Trainee Archaeologists- £19,928 to £21,391, Archaeologists - £22,222, Senior Archaeologists- £22,662 to £24,663, Project Officers- £25,983 to £29,105
Trainee Archaeologists, previous experience desirable
Archaeologists, minimum 6 months commercial experience, CSCS card, PCIfA or equivalent
Senior Archaeologists, minimum 2 years commercial experience, CSCS card, PCIfA or equivalent
Project Officers, minimum 5 years commercial experience, CSCS card, ACIfA or equivalent
Trainee Archaeologists will be automatically enrolled on our CIfA Approved Training programme, details of which are available on request. We will acknowledge any previous training recorded by a recognised employer or university department so long as it is recorded on a BAJR Skills Passport.
A significant increase in our fieldwork programme means we have an immediate requirement for a range of archaeologists to work on a variety of projects.
Canterbury Archaeological Trust employs a large full-time team of archaeologists and specialist staff, mostly based out of our Canterbury head office. It is one of the UK’s longest established commercial contracting organisations having been founded in 1975. The Trust is also a registered charity with an enviable record for community archaeology, academic and grant-funded research. The Trust operates throughout the UK.
Please send cv and covering letter, including the earliest date you are available to start work, to email@example.com
Applicants must be a British citizen or hold a current work permit. Proof of eligibility will be required prior to any offer of employment; if you hold a Work Permit you should send a copy with your application or it will not be considered.
Canterbury Archaeological Trust is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Registered Charity No. 278861, Company Registration No. 1441517