Current Vacancies

The Royal Commission is looking to recruit two new part time posts to join the team on the European Funded CHERISH Project – Climate Change and Coastal Heritage.

CHERISH is a six and a half year project that has employed cutting-edge technologies to analyse coastal and island archaeology, past environments and maritime heritage sites most affected by climate change, coastal erosion, storminess and rising sea levels along the coastline of Wales and Ireland.  The project is now beginning a programme of promotion and dissemination of the results gathered from the research and the two new posts will join the CHERISH team to deliver this phase.

We are looking for:

A Public Relations and Marketing Manager responsible for delivering a focussed promotion and marketing programme of the results and products of the CHERISH project across Wales and Ireland, and;

A Digital Data and Survey Assistant responsible for organising and archiving a diverse array of archaeological datasets, as well as hands on archaeological field experience.


Public Relations and Marketing Manager

Part time: Two days per week (14.8 hours)

Fixed term until 30 June 2023

Salary: £30,600 pro rata per annum rising to £37,410 pro rata per annum

Job Description:
🔽 CHERISH Public Relations and Marketing Manager


Digital Data and Survey Assistant

Part Time: 4 days per week (29.6 hours)

Fixed term until 30 June 2023

Salary: £20,500 pro rata per annum rising to £23,830 pro rata per annum

Job Description:
🔽 CHERISH Digital Data and Survey Assistant

Full details and an application can be downloaded below. The closing date for applications is 5pm on 27 September 2021.

Application Forms

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

🔽 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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