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1. Senior Investigator (Maritime)

The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales is looking to recruit a Senior Investigator (Maritime), a key post in its Survey and Investigation team.

This is a permanent position. The post is responsible for enhancing and maintaining the National Monuments Record through research and survey of maritime archaeology around the Welsh coast and for providing expert advice to decision makers and planners in the historic environment sector.  

The successful candidate will have direct experience of maritime survey, including in the intertidal zone, a record of synthesis and publication in this field of work and experience of managing and using maritime specialist survey data. We are particularly looking for someone who can work effectively as part of a team to deliver projects and objectives. The ability to communicate through the medium of Welsh is required for the post.  However, applications will be considered from candidates who are committed to learn Welsh to the required level.  Training will be funded.

Senior Investigator (Maritime)

  • Full time, permanent position
  • Salary scale: £29,850 to £36,500 per annum. Appointment will usually be at the minimum of the pay scale.
  • Closing date for applications: 8 March 2020.

Application Forms

To assist you with your application you should read the following before completing the forms:

🔽 Job description: Senior Investigator (Maritime)
🔽 Application Form 2016, PDF
🔽 Application Form 2016, Word
🔽 Guidance on Completing the Application Form
🔽 RCAHMW Equality Monitoring Form
🔽 RCAHMW Vetting Form
🔽 Benefits of working for the Royal Commission
🔽 Welsh Skills Assessment Framework

If you need further information please contact us.

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2. Maritime Research Assistant
(Lloyd’s Register Foundation)

The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales is looking to recruit a Maritime Research Assistant to work on the “Making the Link: Lloyd’s Register and the National Monuments Record of Wales” project.

The main aim of the project is to promote the digital resources of Lloyd’s Register Foundation by linking them to the shipwreck data held in the National Monuments of Wales that is publicly available online via Coflein, the Royal Commission’s online portal.

The main purpose of the role is to link the National Monument Record of Wales shipwreck records to the Casualty Returns made available online by Lloyd’s Register Foundation and to promote those records by giving public talks at venues across Wales and by making regular social media posts.

Maritime Research Assistant

  • This is a full time six-month fixed term appointment starting at the beginning of April 2020.
  • £20,000 per annum
  • Closing date: 23 February 2020 at 5pm

Application Forms

To assist you with your application you should read the following before completing the forms:

🔽 Job description: Maritime Research Assistant (Lloyd’s Register Foundation)
🔽 Action Plan: Maritime Research Assistant (Lloyd’s Register Foundation)
🔽 Application Form 2016, PDF
🔽 Application Form 2016, Word
🔽 Guidance on Completing the Application Form
🔽 RCAHMW Equality Monitoring Form
🔽 RCAHMW Vetting Form
🔽 Benefits of working for the Royal Commission
🔽 Welsh Skills Assessment Framework

If you need further information please contact us.

Contact Us

Forms should be returned via email to: sue.billingsley@rcahmw.gov.uk or to:
The HR Manager,
RCAHMW,
Penglais Road,
Aberystwyth,
Ceredigion. SY23 3BU.

Telephone: 01970 621228


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