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Monday, March 5, 2012

Community Archaeologist - wanted

from Valentina Bold
Development Officer: Discovering Dumfries and Galloway's Past 
This post is to establish a community archaeology project in Dumfries & Galloway, South-west Scotland, aimed at helping local people to explore this region's heritage by providing opportunities for training and participation in non-intrusive archaeological field investigation, with a particular focus on geophysical survey. The post, hosted by Glasgow University (Archaeology and Interdisciplinary Studies), is a fixed-term appointment for nine months based in Dumfries at the University's Crichton campus. 
Applicants should have an archaeology/heritage background and have experience in project management or development and in delivering funding applications. A working knowledge of gradiometer and resistance survey techniques is also desirable.
For informal enquiries contact or Tel: +44 (0)141 330 5371/5690. 
This post is funded for 9 months Salary range: £26,004 - £26,779 p.a.
Apply online at
Closing date:  Friday 23rd March  2012
Interviews are scheduled in the first week of April, with the post starting as soon as possible after that.

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