- Suffolk County Council
- Place of work:
- Bury Resource Centre, Bury St Edmunds
- Salary details:
- Job term:
- Full Time
- 37 per week
- Fixed Term
- Closing date:
- 29 July 2019 01:00 PM
Fixed term for up to 12 months.
Suffolk is a beautiful county, rich in archaeological heritage. As part of the Growth, Highways and Infrastructure directorate, the Archaeological Service is seeking to recruit a Senior Archaeological Officer.
You will be championing the county’s special qualities, and working to protect and promote the understanding and conservation of the archaeological heritage of Suffolk, by advising Local Planning Authorities on a caseload of development that will include national infrastructure projects. You will have a background in fieldwork and post-excavation projects and an understanding of the planning process.
You will need to demonstrate experience of the planning process and be able to take responsibility for providing advice on large schemes and NSIP projects.
Your work will bring you into contact with a wide range of customers and organisations, including developers, archaeological contractors, parish councils and national statutory agencies. You will need to be a good communicator, who can negotiate effectively and someone who is keen to share knowledge and forge strong working relationships, with the drive and enthusiasm to manage a busy workload.
For an informal discussion, please contact Abby Antrobus on (01284) 741231 or Rachael Abraham on (01284) 741232.
Please read the Job and Person Profile before applying for this job.
Interview date: 8 August 2019.
This authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks or police vetting will be required for relevant posts. We are also committed to flexible working. For the types of flexible or part time working available for specific roles, please see the Job and Person Profile. Suffolk County Council - welcoming diversity.