The UCL Institute of Archaeology is recognised as one of the leading academic departments of Archaeology not just in the UK but globally. The Institute has an established position as a world leading heritage conservation training institution. Our post graduate programmes investigate cultural heritage through the conservation of heritage objects and structures.
We are seeking to appoint a talented individual at Lecturer level from 1 September 2013, to work with existing colleagues in contributing to and developing research and teaching in conservation.
The person appointed will be expected to make a significant contribution to the MA in Principles of Conservation, the MSc in Conservation for Archaeology and Museums and other Institute programmes, including academic and practical teaching, supervising dissertations, tutoring internships and organising fieldwork. It is expected that the person will enthusiastically participate in the Institute’s Heritage Studies Section, contributing to strategic developments across the activities of the Section.
The successful candidate will have a passion for conservation teaching and research, outstanding achievements for their career stage, a PhD in conservation or a closely related subject, and a strong track-record of publication in the field of conservation. They will also have an enthusiastic attitude towards collaborative teamwork.
Please note that the successful candidate will be appointed to a grade on the basis of skills and experience. Appointment at grade 8 will be dependent on experience and outstanding research and teaching achievements.