The Post-Fieldwork Manager will oversee the delivery, by the Projects Team, of post-fieldwork project elements, ensuring they are delivered to a consistent and high-quality standard. These elements include report production and quality control, data deposition and archiving, and client and stakeholder engagement. The role will primarily entail managing a group of Project Officers, who are responsible for overseeing the day-to-day elements of services from commission to completion, and a dedicated Reporting Officer.
- Manage a team of Projects Officers working on post-fieldwork elements of heritage and non-heritage geophysical surveys, as well as UAV surveys.
- Ensure uniformity in quality excellence for post-fieldwork services (e.g. reporting, client management, archiving).
- Responsible for ensuring the Projects Team meets reporting budget targets and timescales.
- Contribute to the development of workplace systems and procedures.
- Staff development, including identifying reporting and reporting management training needs and coordinating the delivery to colleagues.
- Sign off and approve geophysical survey and UAV survey reports.
- Provide advice on reporting programming to the Programme Manager.
- Lead on the creation of social media and community projects content.
- Keep abreast of industry and regional standards and guidelines and ensuring that work is undertaking to these requirements.
- Experience in project management and/or leading teams is essential, particularly if this entailed client management or stakeholder engagement.
- A geophysical and/or remote sensing background or knowledge is desirable.
- Experience in writing and checking technical and/or archaeological reports is essential.
- Experience in producing publications is desirable.
- Membership of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists at ACIfA or MCIfA grade is desirable.
- Effective interpersonal communication skills and previous experiences of managing or mentoring individuals.
- Understanding of project budgets and associated costs is desirable.