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Stantec Graduate Archaeologist 2022 (Nationwide) in Reading, United Kingdom

Redefine your personal best.

Have you ever thought about joining a Graduate Development Programme where you get to work in a diverse, welcoming, and fun environment, on amazing projects, whilst starting your journey to becoming professionally qualified?

We have a large and diverse graduate cohort, spread across all our offices in the UK. You will join our existing cohort of Engineers, Scientists, Project Managers, Data specialist, Environmentalist, Talent Acquisition & HR, Health Safety and Business Management to name a few. We have a structured 2 year graduate program that is catered to your specific discipline. You will learn on the job, work on some amazing projects and be mentored by some of our industries leading practitioners.

With Increasing workloads from existing clients and our success in winning new Water Company frameworks has resulted in the need to further grow our ecology services, with an opportunity for a passionate graduate to support directly alongside the team.

Based in either Reading, Leeds or Newcastle you will join part of our Environmental Services group, the Archaeology team has an opportunity for a passionate graduate to support directly alongside experienced archaeologists. Carrying out a range of archaeological field work for a range of new and existing clients. This role will predominately be based in the field, but also required at times in the office. Your day-to-day activities will include undertaking site visits, collating and analysing field survey data and producing high quality technical reports and environmental statements.

About You

  • You will have an Honours degree or higher in Archaeology, Heritage Management or any other relevant subject.

  • An understanding of issues relating to Archaeology, historic buildings and building surveying would be highly advantageous.

  • Suitable experience in Archaeology fieldwork, such as excavations, geophysics, archival research or desk-based assessment.

  • Experience using Geographical Information Systems (GIS) software would be beneficial.

  • Proven ability to work collaboratively and proficiently to prepare high quality, concise technical reports. Demonstrating strong data analysis and scientific writing skills.

  • All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK at the time you start employment.

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