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Positions at the Institute of Archaeology, London

From: Clifford Price <tcfa285>
Date: Monday, February 22, 1999
University College London
Institute of Archaeology
Recording, Conservation and Management of Rock Art in The United
Two fixed term research vacancies (Archaeology)

A pilot project researching the current status of Rock Art studies
in the United Kingdom has been commissioned by English Heritage and
will be jointly undertaken by staff at the School of Conservation
Sciences, Bournemouth University, and the Institute of Archaeology,
University College London.  Two new research positions at the
Institute of Archaeology have been created and applications are now
invited for (1) Researcher (six months research for worldwide
literature review, and field assessment, of analysis, conservation
and monitoring techniques for petroglyphs and their sites); and (2)
Researcher (three months for worldwide literature review of
recording techniques and public presentation of petroglyphs and
their sites). Research will consider not only the situation within
the UK but also examples of rock art worldwide.

Applicants for both posts should have a degree in archaeology or a
closely related subject and should possess experience in rock art
studies. PC literacy and familiarity with research methods are
essential for both posts.

The appointments are to begin as soon as possible at a starting
salary of UKP17,869 per annum inclusive of UKP2,134 London
Allowance. Shortlisted applicants are expected to be interviewed on
23 March 1999.

Applications with a full c.v. and the names of three referees should
be sent to the

    Financial Administrator
    Institute of Archaeology
    31-34 Gordon Square
    London WC1H 0PY
    +44 171 380 7486
    Fax: +44 171 383 2572
    barbara.brown [at] ucl__ac__uk

Closing date for applications is 12 March 1999.

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