The Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum (RGZM), a member of the Leibniz Association, is a globally operating archaeological research institute and museum, with its headquarters in Mainz, Germany, and further locations in Neuwied and Mayen. Since its foundation in 1852, the museum has been dedicated to the material legacy of humankind, spanning from the Pleistocene to the Middle Ages, with the aim to understand the evolution of human behavior, as well as the development and transformation of societies. To this end, the RGZM maintains a variety of research infrastructures, including laboratories for archaeological sciences, traceology and conservation/restoration, as well as comprehensive collections, one of the largest specialist libraries for archaeology in Europe and extensive archives. This infrastructure supports research, teaching, and knowledge transfer at national and international levels. Your area of responsibility: independent planning and execution of research projects in Archaeometry and Material Sciences within the framework of the RGZM-research program; development of analytical methods; scientific analyses for both internal and external projects on predominantly inorganic archaeological materials; teaching in archaeomaterial-related fields within our conservation/restoration study programme.
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