As part of the bilaterally-funded AHRC-DFG project “Roman Melting Pots: Tracing food residues and cultural diversity in a frontier zone”, we are seeking to recruit a research technician to join our international team. You will be based in the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology in the University of Bristol, working under the supervision of Dr Lucy Cramp, and will play a vital and exciting role in the project, undertaking extraction and biomolecular analysis of archaeological lipids from Roman pottery. You will have a background in analytical chemistry or biomolecular archaeology and experience of biomolecular and/or stable isotope analysis of lipids, ideally with experience of working with archaeological materials. You will be able to manage and prioritise your day-to-day tasks and will have an exceptionally rigorous approach to laboratory procedures and ensuring data quality.
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