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Position at University College London

From: Janet Berry <janet.berry<-a>
Date: Tuesday, March 1, 2005
Environmental Scientist/Conservation Scientist/Conservator
    with science base
Centre for Sustainable Heritage
University College London

Research Assistant (12 month contract) based in Central London
Salary: c. UKP22,000-24,000 including London Allowance

Working as researcher at the Centre for Sustainable Heritage at UCL
on a project investigating the impact of aggregates extraction and
transportation on the historic environment at sites in rural England
you will undertake a variety of tasks, including outdoor fieldwork,
collection and analysis of dust, noise, traffic and vibration data
and the use of geographical information systems. You will also need
to liaise with various stakeholders including the public, heritage
managers and quarry operators.

You will have a good science, engineering or conservation degree and
possibly a higher degree. A high level of computer literacy is
essential and experience of geographical information systems would
be advantageous. Experience of working in a research environment and
knowledge or experience of building conservation, environmental
conservation, planning or the quarry industry would be desirable. A
full driving licence is necessary in order to undertake the
fieldwork element of the project. You will be expected to make a
contribution to the project including publication of academic papers
from the very beginning of your appointment.

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 29th March 2005
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 5th April 2005.

To apply, complete a UCL application form, and return by post with
CV and a covering letter explaining what skills you can contribute
to this position and how you see it fitting in with your career to:
Joanna Saxon, The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, University
College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT. You should mark the
top left hand corner of your envelope with the reference 'CSH/AG'.
Further details on the post and the UCL application form can be
downloaded from the link below, or requested in writing from Joanna
Saxon at the above address.


Dr Nigel Blades
Lecturer and Projects Director
UCL Centre for Sustainable Heritage
The Bartlett
(Torrington Place Site)
University College London
Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT, UK

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