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Subject:

Job Advert: Clwyd-Powys archaeologist

From:

Mike Heyworth <[log in to unmask]>

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Mike Heyworth <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 28 Mar 2002 10:12:11 -0000

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From: Britarch [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 26 March 2002 12:52

THE CLWYD-POWYS ARCHAEOLOGICAL TRUST

ARCHAEOLOGIST


The Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust wishes to appoint an assistant to
its field services team to succeed an existing member of staff who will
imminently be leaving. The successful candidate will be involved in a
variety of work throughout mid and north-east Wales including fieldwork
and assessment on large thematic projects, systematic fieldwork in the
uplands, watching briefs, small-scale excavations, evaluations and other
contracts. He/she will be expected to work closely and efficiently with
other members of the field services section, but will also be expected
to take responsibility for particular pieces of work as required, and
where necessary develop a project from initially setting it up through
the desk-top and field assessment elements to the completion of the
report.

This post is based within Field Services Section of CPAT at one of our
offices in Welshpool in northern Powys. It is anticipated that an
initial appointment would be for 6 months, with the expectation of
renewal, at a salary within the range 13,764 to 14,283, and would
start as soon as possible.

You should have relevant experience of archaeological fieldwork and the
preparation of reports to publication standard, preferably a degree in
archaeology, or a related subject. Both a knowledge of Welsh and
membership of the Institute of Field Archaeologists would be an
advantage, though neither is essential.  Applicants must hold a current
full driving licence, and be prepared for a considerable amount of
travel.

Applications, with full CV, should arrive by Friday 12th April 2002.
You may send applications
by post, fax or e-mail to:

Mrs J Britnell,
The Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust
7a Church Street, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 7DL

Fax. 01938-552179, E-mail: [log in to unmask]

To learn more about CPAT and its work, visit our website at
www.cpat.org.uk.  For an informal discussion about this post, please
ring Bob Silvester on 01938 552035.

Should you wish to apply for both this post and the previously announced
Heritage Management Assistant (Tir Gofal) post, please make this clear
in your application.




ABOUT CPAT

The Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust is one of the four Welsh
Archaeological Trusts, established in the mid 1970s to offer regional
archaeological services across the whole of Wales.  It is a registered
charity and a limited company receiving funding from Cadw: Welsh
Historic Monuments, the Royal Commission on the Ancient & Historical
Monuments of Wales and other sources.  CPAT's area covers some 7500
square kilometres of the predominantly rural region of central and
north-eastern Wales.  The Trust is a Registered Archaeological
Organisation with the Institute of Field Archaeologists and currently
employs 14 members of staff based in two offices in Welshpool in Powys.

--
CPAT
7a Church St
Welshpool
SY21 7DL

For further information about CPAT and our work in mid- and north-east
Wales,
visit our website at www.cpat.org.uk

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