Senior Archeologist

Bring your experience in built heritage management to a truly diverse range of projects.

  • Be part of a large, highly regarded Heritage Team
  • Look forward to working on a steady flow of diverse projects
  • Hybrid Working and flexibility that work for you

Are you an experienced Heritage Consultant looking to work alongside leading specialists to harness knowledge and innovation?

Are you looking for a steady flow of interesting and diverse projects?

We would love to talk to you about joining our Heritage team to lead a range of truly diverse projects as well as helping to mentor our early career specialists.

We are a collaborative team, from early career Archaeologists to highly experienced industry leaders with a diverse blend of backgrounds including academia, public sector, and consulting. We are always challenging ourselves to bring practical, innovative approaches that make a difference to truly diverse projects, from small-scale residential developments to some of the largest development projects in Australia


Here’s what you can expect 
  • You will bring your experience in heritage management to a range of projects in historical, and built heritage sectors; from pre-design concept inputs, assessments, approvals, post-approval mitigations, through to unexpected or unauthorized remediation
  • You will play a leading role in managing and implementing projects and preparing proposals, liaising with clients and the community 
  • You will play a key role in providing leadership and mentorship to develop our bright and ambitious early career Archaeologists   
  • You will be surrounded by a supportive team and have the autonomy, flexibility and support you need to balance all aspects of your life  
  • With offices across Australia; you will be able to flex and enjoy hybrid working at its best


Here’s what you'll bring to have impact
  • A relevant tertiary degree in anthropology, archaeology, history, or heritage studies  
  • A minimum of 5-10 years archaeological consulting experience in historical heritage management; including field investigations, impact assessment and statutory approvals (heritage management plans, heritage impact permits) 
  • An understanding of VIC historical heritage legislation and management 
  • Demonstrated experience in client liaison, project management, working to deadlines within budget constraints, engaging and managing subcontractors, reviewing technical reports; 
  • Exceptional reporting and quality assurance skills, underpinned by deep knowledge of state, territory, and Commonwealth legislation  
  • A current valid unrestricted drivers’ license and Construction Industry Safety Induction (White Card) 


Our goal is to build a team of EMMers that looks like the world around us — and we want EMMers to stay and grow. As part of our efforts to build an EMM for everyone, we embed diversity, equity, and inclusion into our work and we aim to cultivate a sense of belonging throughout the company.

We welcome applications from people with diverse backgrounds regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.

  • Please note we can only consider applicants with a legal right to work in Canada     
  • Unsolicited resumes from recruitment consultants will not be accepted for this position


How to Apply

If you meet the requirement of this position, please submit your application via the form below or email to confirming your preferred work location and quoting reference: RTR110.

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