As Archaeobotanical Manager, you will: Undertake research and act as Project Manager on a large proportion of awarded projects including some or all of the following duties: Undertaking and managing fieldwork in rural and urban locations (including busy construction/ demolition sites); Designing fieldwork and laboratory-based sampling strategies; Undertaking and managing laboratory extractions and specialist macrobotanical (seeds and fruits) and/or wood/charcoal analysis; Production and/or editing of research: (1) project designs; (2) risk assessments and method statements; (3) detailed specialist fieldwork, assessment and analysis reports. You will also collaborate, provide expert advice, and attend meetings with clients (including archaeological contractors, consultants, developers, land-owners, government organisations & internal/external academic researchers) and overseeing bodies (e.g. English Heritage Regional Science Advisors, Local Planning Authorities, Chartered Institute for Archaeologists); and lead on or make a significant contribution to papers for publication in high-ranking peer-reviewed academic journals.
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