University of Leicester - School of Archaeology and Ancient History
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|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Contract Type:||Contract / Temporary|
|Placed on:||21st November 2016|
|Closes:||11th December 2016|
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Salary Grade 7 - £32,958 to £38,183 per annum (pro-rata). Due to external funding restrictions, an appointment can only be made at £32,958.
We would welcome applications from individuals who would like to both part-time and full-time.
Fixed term contract until 31st March 2017.
The University of Leicester is a world-leading institution, marked by a belief in the synergy of research and teaching. With over 23,000 students, including 4,300 from overseas, and 3,800 staff, including over 1,200 active researchers, we believe a university should empower, inspire and innovate. Under the leadership of our President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paul Boyle, the University is entering an exciting new phase of development with an ambitious and transformative agenda for 2020 and beyond.
We wish to appoint an excellent researcher to join our successful School of Archaeology and Ancient History. You will assist in collating and writing up for publication the results of a three-year AHRC funded programme of research of the archaeological contexts of Iron Age and Roman coin hoarding in Britain; preparing the archive materials for deposition. The project is a joint one between the British Museum (PI Dr Roger Bland) and the University of Leicester (CIs Professors Colin Haselgrove and David Mattingly). With your extensive knowledge of the archaeology of Iron Age and Roman north-west Europe you will help to write up findings for publication in a monograph.
We anticipate that assessments will take place during the week commencing 19 December 2016.
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