> Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 17:48:11 +0100
> From: Mark Gardiner <[log in to unmask]>
> Organization: Queen's University Belfast
> Two jobs in the School of Archaeology and Palaeoecology, Queen's
> University Belfast
> 1. Post Doctoral Research Assistant
> Ref No: 01/F760A
> Archaeology and Paleoecology
> Applications are invited for this post, available for 20 months to
> undertake research on timber buildings in England and Wales dating to
> between AD900 and 1150 in conjunction with the holder of the Leverhulme
> research grant, Dr Mark Gardiner. Candidates should hold by 1 November
> 2001 a PhD in the architectural history of British vernacular buildings
> or the medieval archaeology of Britain.
> It is desirable that they have experience of archaeological excavation
> and recording methods used in British archaeology and have a knowledge
> of British medieval vernacular buildings. The post may be undertaken
> from locations within Britain and Ireland. For further information on
> this post please contact Marguerite Hunter (028 9027 3186,
> [log in to unmask]). Salary: RA1A £17,451 - £26,229, placing on
> commencement depending on age, experience and qualifications.
> 2. Post Doctoral Research Fellow
> Ref No: 01/F758A
> Archaeology and Palaeoecology
> The School of Archaeology and Palaeoecology wishes to appoint an
> individual with a proven track record of archaeological report-writing
> for a one year contract.
> The successful candidate will undertake the completion of publication
> reports for a series of prehistoric sites in Scotland excavated during
> the 1960s and '70s, on behalf of Historic Scotland. Applicants must have
> completed a doctorate in archaeology or a related discipline, in
> addition, they must be capable of maximising the research potential of
> the sites under study, notably the Neolithic/Beaker period settlement
> at Northton, and the Iron Age settlement of Kaimes Hill. Applicants must
> demonstrate evidence of report-writing, excellent written communication
> skills and good analytical skills. It is desirable that applicants have
> had previous experience in the management of archaeological excavation
> or post-excavation projects, and that they have a proven capacity to
> complete such work within all time and budgetary constraints. A research
> interest in prehistoric and/or Scottish archaeology would be an
> Secondment from permanent employment may be considered for an
> appropriate candidate.
> Salary: RA1A £17,451 - £26,229, placing on commencement depending on
> age, experience and qualifications.
> Closing date: 5.00 pm, Friday 9 November 2001 for both posts.
> Applicants, quoting reference number, may obtain further particulars
> from the address below.
> The University is committed to equal opportunities and to selection on
> merit. It therefore welcomes applications from all sections of society.
> Fixed term contract posts are available for the stated period in the
> first instance but in particular circumstances may be renewed or made
> permanent subject to availability of funding.
> Queen's University Belfast
> Personnel Department
> Belfast, BT7 1NN.
> Tel (028) 90273044 or (028) 90273854 (answering machine) or
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